If your time as a student in Canada gives you a taste for butter tarts, poutine, and a good life, you may want to stay here to work. If you do, we want to make sure you benefit from your education by working in a sector and career you love.Read More →

In cooperation with professional institutes, associations and consultants, Continuing Education offers seminars and courses that can be credited towards designations, applied towards continuing education credit, to maintain a designation, or for personal and professional growth. Adult and Community Education  Designation Association Certified Training and Development Professional (CTDP) Institute for PerformanceRead More →

When applying to CANADIAN STUDENT VISA, you will need to submit official documents from your authorized educational institution to provide proof of your academic credentials. These may include: transcripts mark sheets diplomas degree certificates If these documents are not in English or French, you may need to provide a certifiedRead More →

Each post-secondary institution has its own set of rules that determine how to apply, which level of English or French is required, and the application and study fees. Although there is no central online application service for higher education admissions across all of Canada, many provinces have their own centralizedRead More →

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY IN CANADA In Canada, there are significant differences between higher education institutions labeled colleges and those designated universities. Knowing the distinctions will help you decide which institution is the better option for you. Canadian Colleges Unlike in the United States, where the term collegeRead More →

Eligibility requirements You can study in Canada if you: are enrolled at a designated learning institution (DLI) show proof that you have enough money to pay for your: tuition fees living expenses for yourself and any family members who come with you to Canada and return transportation for yourself andRead More →

School life in Canada is consists of the following factors. Teachers: Teachers usually have a university education. Mixed classes: In most schools, boys and girls learn together in the same classroom. Some private schools are for boys or girls only. School curriculum: Every province and territory has official course work that studentsRead More →

There are many institutes for Canada post-secondary education. They are: universities colleges institutes Governments have processes to make sure these schools and the programs they offer meet their standards. Institutions that don’t go through government quality control are not officially recognized. Schools that are recognized can grant: degrees diplomas certificatesRead More →

There is a word best Elementary and secondary education in Canada. By law, children in Canada must go to school. Depending on the province or territory, children may start at the age of 5 or 6 and continue until they are between 16 and 18. Schools in Canada: start withRead More →