Canada is a unique country where all the best qualities from representatives of its multicultural population are combined. The best Canadian universities include everything that international students are looking for: tuition in English and sometimes French, excellent value for money, as well as the opportunity to find a job and legally stay in the country for a long time.
What does the QS ranking say about Canadian universities? And the fact that out of more than 100 universities in the country, 3 are included in the top 100 universities in the world (QS World University Rankings 2020).
We have compiled our ranking of universities in Canada, where our students enter, and where the price and quality of education are ideally matched.
1- Prestigious education.
For many years in a row, Canada remains among the leaders of the countries for obtaining higher education among Ukrainian students. And all because a Canadian university or college diploma automatically confirms the excellent knowledge of its owner.
2- Ideal value for money.
The quality of education in Canada is not inferior to British or American, but its cost pleases the wallet. This applies not only to the cost of the study itself, but also to the cost of accommodation and meals.
For example, a Canadian college diploma will cost an average of CAD 12000-15000 per year (this is $ 9000-11000). There are simply no such prices in the USA and Britain. Thus, even the best universities in Canada will be much cheaper for your wallet.
3- Flexible immigration policy.
Canada is a country of immigrants. That is only the immigration policy of the province of Manitoba. MPNP (Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program) is a unique program in the province of Manitoba that allows you to obtain Permanent Resident status just six months after starting work. Students who receive a degree from the University of Manitoba need only work 6 months in the province to apply and become a Permanent Resident of Canada.
4- Easy employment.
Many educational institutions in Canada work closely with business and industry, therefore they produce specialists in those areas where there is a shortage of them. So there will be no problems with finding a job.
In addition, Canada’s education system is flexible enough for students who wish to work while studying. But here, too, there are limitations: 20 hours a week during study and 40 hours a week during vacations. Thus, the majority of students for graduation have real work experience in Canada, and some even have a full-time work contract.
5- Multicultural environment.
Canada is the leader among developed countries in terms of the number of immigrants. According to the 2011 census statistics, they are more than 20% of the country’s population.
The main population of the country (¾) is made up of Anglo-Canadian and French-Canadian groups. The rest of the nationalities are Germans, Italians, Ukrainians, Chinese, Dutch, Poles and Russians.
This mix has led to the fact that representatives of all nationalities feel equally good here.