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Study in Canada as an international student

Apply to study in Canada as an international student, extend your study permit and find out about working while you study or after you graduate.

Top universities in Canada

Canada has a well-established position among the world’s leading study destinations. The most popular Canadian provinces for international students are Ontario, British Columbia, and Quebec, which between them are home to many of the top universities in Canada.

There is no substitute for hard work. – Thomas Edison

As universities in Canada are managed by provincial governments, you’ll find there will be slight differences in how education is carried out. Quebec, in particular, is markedly different to the rest of Canada, with different term times and lengths of study. For instance, students finish secondary school a year early and must take a mandatory pre-university General and Vocational College (CEGEP) course, essentially eliminating the freshman year of university. Check with your chosen institutions for specific details.

More about Canada?

  • Federal parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy
  • Made up of ten provinces and three territories
  • Official head of state is UK monarch (currently Queen Elizabeth II), who appoints a governor general (currently David Johnston)
  • Head of government is Prime Minister (currently Justin Trudeau)
  • Official languages: English and French (French is spoken mostly in Quebec province)
  • Major religion: Christianity
  • Total landmass of approximately 3,855,100 square miles – the world’s second biggest country
  • Main exports: Machinery and equipment, automotive products, minerals such as zinc, uranium, gold, nickel and lead among others, metals and plastics, forestry products, agricultural and fishing products, energy products
  • Quebec is world’s largest producer of maple syrup (three-quarters of global output), while 80% of the world’s maple syrup comes from Canada.
  • Most popular sport: ice hockey, with lacrosse, curling and Canadian football also popular
  • Time zone: varies from UTC-3.5 to UTC-8, changing to UTC-2.5 to UTC-7 during summer months
  • Internet domain: .ca
  • International dialing code: +1

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