Study in Canada

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Canada is a country that has been home to many students from around the world. Canadian universities have attracted a lot of international students, making this destination quite popular for higher education programs and degrees among other countries in the Asia Pacific region due to its proximity with North America (the United States).

The most well known Canadian provinces for international students are British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec, which between them are home to many of the top universities in Canada.

Canada has 100 universities out of which 3 of them rank in the top 50, 10 in the top 300 and 13 universities are listed in the top 700 universities worldwide.

Canada is considered to be one of the safest countries for international studies. Canadian universities take the safety of their students on campus very seriously. The rate of violent crimes is low and emergency services like police, fire, and ambulance are easily available throughout the country. There are lots of immigrants in the country, during the last century and a half over 15 million people have immigrated to Canada.

Canada was the first country in the world to introduce a policy of multiculturalism during 1970 which highlights the value of different races and ethnicities. Some of the largest groups of ethnicities you can expect to encounter in Canada include Irish, German, Scottish, Italian and Chinese.

Canada is one of the few developed nations that offer job opportunities to students who have obtained a Canadian degree. In fact, after finishing their studies, international students can work in Canada for up to 3 years!

Although studying in Canada sounds like an exciting and fun challenge but the visa and application process is a bit complicated that’s why we EPA Global help you will all of your visa needs like Admission, Language requirements, Application letter to the university, Letter of intent, SOP and LOR, IELTS or TOEFL, Proof of funds etc. Contact us today if you want to know more about studying in Canada.