If diversity is what you want in your study abroad destination, then Canada is your pick. Canada undoubtedly figures among the top in the world, when it comes to the sheer quality of education. The country pays remarkable importance to the standard of education it offers.
If you’re interested in Canadian study opportunities, but confused and need a little guidance, read on as we have tried to provide a wealth of information and insights for your benefit.
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When looking for a study abroad destination, from the multitude of options available, your decision can be based on:
Canadians are widely regarded as being honest, friendly, polite, well educated, interesting and healthy. In fact, Canada consistently ranks as one of the top 3 best countries in the world to live by the United Nations.
More than 150,000 students come to study in Canada every year. Foreign students bring a rich culture to our classrooms. In Canada, the provinces and territories have jurisdiction over education.
The country spends more on education as a percentage of GDP, compared to the OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation & Development) average, and is the 2nd highest among G8 countries.80% of world’s animation created by Canadian Animators Canada has stunning landscapes, diverse ecosystems, and an astounding variety and abundance of wildlife, plant life and natural resources. You will be amazed to discover the vastness and richness of Canada’s unique and unparalleled natural beauty and learn about conservation and preservation initiatives in place to ensure their protection and sustainability.
Canada has traditionally offered its residents some of the cheapest housing in the developed world. Canadians are very hospitable, welcoming people – particularly in provincial and rural Canada. The majority of Canadians are very tolerant and follow a live and let live philosophy. There is often a stronger sense of community and duty in Canadian towns than can be found in other countries.
Furthermore, Canada is the world’s second biggest country, rich in natural resources including oil reserves second only to Saudi Arabia. The OECD compared the performance of school students in 65 countries in mathematics, reading and science. Canadian students performed better than students from any other English speaking country.
Canada’s health care is publicly funded: payment is generally not required for medical treatment, although depending on the province you live in it’s probable you’ll pay for pharmaceuticals and dental care.