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Study in Canada

Canada is the second largest country in the world; its federal and provincial governments invest considerable effort in domestic research and development.

The cost of higher education in Canada is much lower than costs in the US and UK, making it a much more affordable option. Canadian degrees are internationally recognized, and Canadian universities offer a high class education at low cost. Canadian universities allow you to take other classes and apply them to your degree, thus giving you a valuable degree of versatility and freedom.

Canadian cities such as Ottawa offer a harmonious balance between urban and rural life, perfect if you want to maintain a connection to nature while studying. Cities such as Toronto offer a blend of the old and the new, as historical architecture is juxtaposed with modern buildings.

Canada has consistently been an international leader in computer and information technologies, making it an ideal choice for those interested in studying tech-related courses. It also offers job opportunities and chances to stay in Canada after you graduate - studying in Canada could be a valuable long-term investment in your future, as the Canadian government encourages international students with Canadian credentials and work experience to apply for permanent residency.

Universities in Canada
Browse from 27 universities in Canada. Search from undergraduate and masters programs, compare tuition and other fees, explore global rankings, learn about accommodation options and admissions requirements.