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.

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Top 10 Happiest Countries in the World


Canada has consistently ranked within the top ten happiest nations since the World Happiness Report was first published. 

Learn More about the 2017 World Happiness Report
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Top 10 Most Peaceful Countries in the World


Canada is ranked as the Most Peaceful Country in North America on the Global Peace Index 2016, listed at #8 out of 163 countries around the globe.

Learn More about the 2016 Global Peace Index
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Embrace Multiculturalism


Canada was the first country in the world to adopt multiculturalism as an official policy.

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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.

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Nearly 500,000 and growing


There are nearly 500,000 international students studying in Canada, and that number increases each year.

Learn more about International Students in Canada
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Canadian University degrees recognized world wide


Students studying in Canada receive world-class education and graduate with degrees highly regarded around the globe.

Learn more about Canadian University Degrees
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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.

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Your new home


Receive extra points by receiving Canadian degree when applying for permanent residency after graduation.

Learn more about staying in Canada after graduation