Study in Canada
Canada is the most education preferable country situated in the north of the USA. Every year Canada welcomes more than 500,000 students from different countries in the world. This number is increasing each year and will reach at least a million by 2025. More than 95% of students recommend Canada as a destination for higher education.
The academic period in Canada:
Most universities and colleges in Canada use the semester system, which divides an academic year into two parts: Fall Term (typically September to December) and Winter Term (usually January to March). The winter term lasts from January through April. Spring/Summer vacation is normally from May to August, with optional spring and/or summer classes in the meantime.
According to Canadian rules for international students, they were allowed to work for up to 20 hours per week during their full-time study and 40 hours per week during breaks/ holidays.
Who needs a study permit?
When the program is longer than 6 months, this is usually the case. Even short-term programs may require study permission following the COVID-19 pandemic.
To travel to Canada, you may additionally require a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) or an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA), depending on your state of citizenship.
· The Affordable and high-quality education
· Diversity in culture
· High standard of living
· Appropriate law for international students