Benefits of Studying in Canada for International Students
Living and tuition costs for international students in Canada are normally lower than in other countries, even though education charges may differ depending on the kind of course and/or institute selected. In most cases, the tuition costs are still far less costly than in other countries.
Canada offers worldwide degree programs, proving the quality of education at affordable tuition fees makes the country one of the most favored higher education destinations for international students.
Canada is represented by 26 top universities in the QS World University Rankings. Engineering, microbiology, telecommunications, environmental science, agriculture, and other subjects are all available in Canadian universities and colleges.
Canada is one of the safest countries in the world. Canada is known for having a fairly low crime rate.
When sending their children overseas for education, most parents look for the safest country.
Also, students studying in Canada feel that the country provides a highly safe environment for them.
Students who graduate from a Canadian institution have a great chance of finding work quickly. The Post-Graduate Work Permit (PGWP) lets international students stay in Canada and work for up to 3 years after their studies.
Students in Canada have the advantage of being able to work and study at the same time. Among other advantages, this enables them to manage their finances without accruing massive debt. You can work up to 20 hours per week, and full time during your school breaks, without a work permit