Canada offers international students the opportunity to follow quality training while enjoying a pleasant living environment.
It is relatively easy for students to get around using public transport, to integrate into the community, and to have an active student life in unique environments. Canada offers a high standard of living and a high quality education at costs that are generally lower than similar countries.
Living and Studying in Canada
Although procedures differ between universities and provinces, applications for admission generally must be submitted at least 8 to 12 months before the program start date. Each university sets its own admission criteria and the documents necessary to support each application, so it is important to inquire before submitting an application.
Tuition fees differ from university to university, depending on the program and students country of origin, so it is important to consult the website of the chosen university. In addition, living expenses vary according to the province and the city where the institution is located.
Information on living costs, tuition fees, housing, scholarship opportunities can be found from a number of sources, including EduCanada’s website or Universities Canada’s University Study website. Universities generally have student affairs offices that are a good source of practical information.