The Canadian education system boasts of superlative standards and rigorous quality controls, which ensures that students graduating from their universities are valued by employers across the world. Moreover, a degree, diploma or a certificate awarded by a Canadian institute is globally recognized as being at par with those awarded by Commonwealth nations or the United States. University of Toronto and British Colombia are two of the top rated universities in the world.
Students can choose from a large number of career focused certificate, diploma, postgraduate and degree programs. Students keen on doing original and intensive search during their Master's and PhD levels would find the facilities offered by Canadian universities more than substantial.
While Canada’s education and standard of living are amongst the highest in the world, its tuition fees and cost of living are generally lower than US and UK. A number of comparison studies conducted by educational publications of repute prove that students can save considerably on their tuition fees while studying in Canada. Job Opportunities during and after education
You also have the option of working outside the campus limited to 20 hours a week during semester months and full time during scheduled breaks like summer and winter vacations.
Canada also offers post study work right for 1-2 years depending on the course taken.
Students with Canadian credentials, qualifications and work experience can apply and easily secure permanent residency in Canada without having to leave after completing their education. However, this varies for each individual depending upon points obtained.
During the process which takes up to 15 to 18 months to complete, students from India find gainful full time employment which just adds to their credentials strengthening their application.
Almost all ethnic groups are represented in Canada and there are millions of Indians happily living there for generations. Canadians are very cosmopolitan and inclusive in their attitude and are generally regarded as being more polite, gracious and welcoming towards the Asian community. Students come to Canada from all over the world , so graduates build work contracts and friendships across the globe as well as with Canadians.