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4 Reasons Why You Should Study In Canada

When people think of travelling abroad to study, so many things come to mind. This may include the course of study, the fund, the destination, and the weather.

Canada has always been a hot choice, because of its natural scenic beauty, large unpopulated areas, bustling cities, multicultural ambience, and various job opportunities for international students.

Canada is known as a country where quality education is very prevalent. This place has tons of quality and internationally recognized higher institutions. It is a student-friendly country, with the highest literacy rate in the world. Also, according to research, Canada is hailed as one of the best places in the world to live and study.

Here are four main reasons why most people choose Canada as their study destination.

  1. Immigration friendly: Canada unlike every other European or Asian country has a systematic and well-regulated process for migrants. There are various immigration programs available that facilitate easier integration into Canadian society. Students who graduated from Canadian higher institutions have chances of getting good jobs, especially if the field of study is information technology or STEM-related fields. Not only that, there are various job opportunities for international students studying in Canada, as well as for their wards (children, spouse, dependants, family members) who may want to stay with them in Canada.
  2. Quality of Education: One of Canada’s strengths is in delivering high-quality education with comparatively modest spending. This country has over 200 colleges and popular institutes, 100 universities, accredited schools, and various specialized institutes. The educators are highly trained; thus, they bring diverse perspectives to the classroom. The Canadian educational system encourages cross-disciplinary studies and the development of transferable skills (e.g., critical thinking, teamwork and communications) and uses cutting-edge technology and digital media. Canada is a bilingual country, which makes studying an excellent opportunity to develop language skills and boost prospects for an interesting career. In 2018, five Canadian universities ranked top 100 for the best universities in the world according to the Times Higher Education World University Ratings.
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  1. Post-Graduation Work Permit: Canada offers a post-graduation work permit (PGWP) to students who graduated from any Canadian university. Also, International students can work while studying at a Canadian university. They can work both in on-campus and off-campus jobs on a part-time basis for 20 hours a week during the academic session and full-time during the holidays.

Post-graduation work permit (PGWP) in Canada is more like a right than a privilege. For as minimum as an eight months program of study, an international student is eligible for a work permit upon graduation. PGWP can have up to one to three years span depending on the course duration. This simply means that as a graduate of any Canadian university, you’re automatically eligible for a 1-3years work permit in the country. This is one of the many reasons people choose to study in Canada.

  1. Permanent Residence: Canada offers permanent residency to eligible immigrants. With this, they can apply for Canadian citizenship in the future, live, study and work anywhere in Canada, become eligible for healthcare and other social benefits enjoyed by Canadian citizens and enjoy Protection under Canadian law. Can you beat that!
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A student in Canada who of course must have gotten his/her work permit upon graduation and have worked full-time for up to 6-12months in Canada is eligible to apply for a permanent residency, especially through Canadian Experience Class (CEC). It’s as simple as that.

Furthermore, when one becomes a permanent resident in Canada for up to 2-3years, you are qualified to seek citizenship. This is a systematic coordinated process every international student who is eligible can enjoy.

With a government that is immigration friendly, excellent facilities for international students, a huge number of job opportunities and various options to become a permanent resident, Canada has valid reasons to become your best choice for study migration.

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Source: The Nation


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