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Study in Canada


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Study in Canada

  1. 1. Study inCANADA
  2. 2. Choose excellence in CANADA.
  3. 3. Why study in CANADA?
  4. 4. Why study in CANADA?•90 + publicly–funded universities•Internationally recognized, high-quality education•Affordable tuition and living expenses•Flexible and portable degree programs•Clean, safe, cosmopolitan campuses and communities
  5. 5. Admissions.•Admission requirements vary by institution•Academic achievement is the most important criterion•Students normally apply to a specific faculty or program•Proof of English language proficiency may be required•Supplementary information may also be required (or considered)•Transfer credit or advanced standing may be granted for enrichedprograms on a course-by-course basis (e.g. A-level, IB and AP)
  6. 6. Application process.•Applications normally open in October•Online applications are available (visit: institutional websites)•Common application in Ontario (visit:•Application deadlines vary, but tend to be later than in the U.S.•Admission decisions are normally made on a rolling basis•The typical academic year runs from September to April
  7. 7. Finances.•Tuition and fees compare favourably to those at similar post-secondary institutions in the U.S. and Europe•Low cost of living in Canada•Merit-based scholarships awarded•Some scholarships earmarked for international students
  8. 8. Estimated Costs.Tuition & Related Fees 15,000-25,000 CADLiving Costs 7,000-12,000 CAD(Books & Supplies, Room & Board, etc.)Estimated Total 22,000-37,000 CAD
  9. 9. Employment Opportunities.•Opportunities to work part-time on- and off-campus•Opportunities to work full-time during study breaks•Co-op programs available (paid internships)•After graduation, start your career in Canada
  10. 10. Study Permits.•Required for students who are not Canadian citizens orPermanent Residents•Students with an offer of university admission must applythrough the appropriate Canadian Embassy or High Commission•For details and more information, visit:
  11. 11. Student Services.•Airport Pick-Up•International Student Advising•Housing Services (on- and off-campus)•Orientation•Academic Advising and Social Support•Career Development Services
  12. 12. Questions to Ask.•What programs are available?•What are the admission requirements?•When are the application deadlines?•Location in Canada? Urban, suburban or rural campus?•What extra-curricular opportunities exist?