Facts About Canada
- Canada has two official languages – English and French.
- Canada has four distinct seasons – spring, summer, fall, and winter.
- The total number of international students in all education levels in Canada is 807,750 (study permit holders), including higher education.
- About 80% of international students are enrolled in Ontario, British Columbia, and Quebec
- Business management
- Information Technology (IT) & Computer Science
- Media & Journalism
- Human resources
- Health and medicine
- Project management
- Accounting and finance
- Agriculture & Forestry
- Logistics and supply management
Post Study Opportunities
Students have many options to get Canadian experience after they graduate from designated learning institutions. The duration differs based on the length of their study.
Post-graduation work permit Duration
Less than 8 months
At least 8 Months to 2 years
Same length as program
2 years or more
Our Partner Institutions
We match the goals and fields of study of students to ANY institutions in canada.
Work while studying
- International students can work up to 20 hours per week.
- Work full-time on a scheduled breakand holidays
- Students’ spouse or common-law partner may be eligible for open work permit
Students have different opprotunities of scholarship like:
- Scholarship from School of International Students
- Faculty /Department of Study Program
- School specific scholarship options during admission