With a Canadian or foreign high school diploma, you can enter any college or university in Canada. And no one will look askance at you if you’re a 40+ years old freshman. It’s never late to learn something new!
If you made up your mind about studying in Canada, make sure you apply several months in advance for a post-secondary program at a university or college. To do so, you need to take 4 steps. Read more →
There are hundreds of colleges and universities located everywhere across all provinces and territories of Canada. International students generally choose the most famous learning institutions. Read more →
Studying in Canada can be money-consuming. Be ready to spend C$20,000–30,000 per year on college or university fees plus C$15,000–20,000 annually on your daily needs. Also, you will … Read more →
You can work up to 20 hours a week while studying in Canada and up to 40 hours per week during the winter and summer holidays or spring break. In most cases, to be able to stay … Read more →
Education is a popular pathway to getting a permanent residence in Canada, and here’s why. If you have worked and studied in Canada, you can receive up to 100 additional points … Read more →