Studying in Canada
It's no surprise the number of international students in Canada grew over 90% since 2008. There are many reasons why Canada is one of the premiere destinations for students from around the world. We look forward to welcoming you.
Top 15 Happiest Countries in the World
Since the first edition of the World Happiness Report, Canada has ranked consistently in the top spots for happiest countries and 2022 is no different.
Top 12 Safest Countries in the World
The Global Peace Index by the Institute for Economics & Peace is the world's leading measure of global peacefulness. Canada ranked in the highest category according to the Peace Index.
Top 3 in the World for Quality of Life
In this survey of the best countries to live in, Canada is in the top 3 based on factors such as access to food, housing, quality education, health care, employment, political stability, individual freedom, and environmental quality.
World Leader in Anti-discrimination Policies
Canada is known as a world leader in anti-discrimination laws and policies, including its national policies on multiculturalism according to MIPEX, the Migrant Integration Policy Index.
Canada was the first country in the world to adopt multiculturalism as an official policy.
200+ ethnic origins
Canada is one of the most culturally-diverse countries in the world, with more than 200 ethnic origins living in Canada in 2011, and 13 of these origins surpassing the 1-million mark.
Nearly 600,000 and growing
There are nearly 600,000 international students studying in Canada, and that number increases each year.
Canadian University degrees recognized world wide
Students studying in Canada receive world-class education and graduate with degrees highly regarded around the globe.
Gain experience during your studies
Full-time international students are eligible for a work permit while studying. International students are also eligible to apply for a 3-year work permit after graduating from a 3- or 4-year university undergraduate degree or a 2-year graduate degree.
Your new home
Receive extra points by receiving Canadian degree when applying for permanent residency after graduation.