International students put Canada on top of the list of preferred study-places abroad.
Canada comes on the list of one of the most educated countries in the world. If you are wondering that why Canada is a most desirable country for International Students, then you should take a look the following points that make Canada the most preferred country for International students.
Quality of Education: In Canada, there are world-class universities and colleges that provide varied courses. A Canadian degree, diploma or certificate is equivalent to those obtained from the United States. Canada has ranked no. 4th in top 10 most expensive countries to study. Of course, the world’s top 20 universities are from the US or the UK, but 22nd is from Canada. According to THE Rankings, the top 5 Universities in Canada are the University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, McGill University, McMaster University, and the University of Montreal.
Lower Tuition Fees: In Canada, there are colleges and universities have Lower Tuition fees. There are cheap and affordable ones where tuition fees range from $5,000 to $10,000 per year. Here is a list of average tuition fees at the top-ranked Canadian universities: University of Toronto – average tuition fees 38,000 CAD/year. The University of British Columbia – average tuition fees 8,500-9,000 CAD/year. McGill University – average tuition fees 8,000 CAD/year.
Visa Processing Proficiency: Study visa is one of the most important factors in 2017, 70% of the student’s mobility was based on the visa, while the work visa is a less worrisome factor. Canada provides ease in the visa process under the SPP category, providing results in 5-10 working days from filling the visa application, with a less systematic and easy process with less documentation and quick results. However, the process of visa can sometimes take up to 3 months.
Affordability and Safety: Concern for personal safety has made the United States and the United Kingdom less desirable choices for international students. For the last two years, the concern of mobility for Canadian safety standards for students has seen a 10% proficiency, which has continued in 2017 and is expected to be for the coming years.
Employment Opportunities: Unlike the UK or the United States, Canada offers off-campus work to international students for a fortnight 20-hour limit as well as during their studies.