Canada is the largest country in North America, but its population is only 10% of its neighbour – United States of America. Canada is well known for its natural beauty – the mountains, the lakes, the landscape, and it is multi-diversity and multi-racial. Canada has two official languages – English and French. Students who would like to study in Quebec, for instance, have to be fluent in French, not necessary English.
Post-secondary education in Canada is provided by Universities and Vocational Institutions. Universities offer Bachelor’s degrees to PhD, whereas Vocational Institutions offer Certificate to Advanced Diplomas or Associate Degrees. Similar to the United States, Canadian Bachelor’s degrees are more general, where professional courses such as Medicine and Pharmacy, Architecture and Law are at the Postgraduate entry. Please check with our friendly counsellors before you put in an application.
Please note that study cost subject to annual revision of tuition fee from respective institution.
|Study Level||Annual Tuition Fee (CAD)||Living Cost (CAD)|
|Foundation or Year 12||$17,000 - $30,000||$14,000|
|Bachelor Degree||$22,000 - $40,000||$14,000 - $18,000|
|Master Degree||$20,000 - $25,000||$14,000 - $18,000|
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