Career Overseas provides exciting opportunities for higher studies in Canada!
Canada is known for providing quality education to international students at an affordable cost. This is why students from across the world come to Canada on a regular basis for their higher studies. At present about 10% of the university population of Canada comes from abroad. There are approximately 353,000 international students in Canada from which 14% are from India. The following are some must know facts for students who are planning to study in Canada. Canada is known as a picturesque nation of cultural diversity, friendly people, and tolerant attitudes towards foreigners. Nearly a fifth of Canada’s students are welcomed from other nations, and we’ve helped many of them to settle in the country, so here are some of the basics international students in Canada may need to know about Canadian life. Canadian culture is influenced by British and French traditions, but its historical openness towards immigration means the country is a melting pot of many different cultures. Canadians are big fans of professional sports, with the most popular being the National Hockey League. Most Canadian cities host numerous sporting events, theatrical productions, and musical performances; and many emerging artists often play at university campus venues. There is 98 Universities in Canada with multiple institutes and colleges. 26 of these 98 Universities have been listed in the QS World University Rankings of 2016–2017. There are 3 Universities in Canada in the top 50, 10 Universities in Canada in the top 300 and the remaining 13 Universities listed in the top 700 institutes of the list. Canada is ranked in the top 5 nations that helps in the provision of a stronger higher educational system as per the QS Higher Education System Strength Rankings of 2016. There are four cities in Canada that is listed in the QS 2016 Best Student Cities in the World and they are Quebec, Toronto, Ottawa and Vancouver.