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About Canada: A country located iin North America, extending from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west and northward into the Arctic Ocean. It is the world's second largest country by total area. 

Climate: Average winter and summer high temperatures across Canada vary according to the location. Daytime summer temperatures can rise to 35°C and higher, while lows of -15°C are not uncommon in winter. Over the years, Canadians have adapted extremely well to the colder periods of weather by installing heat in housing and cars, by having heated public transportation systems, and in some instances - in walkways to and from buildings in schools.

Culture: Canadian culture has been greatly influenced by immigration from all over the world. Many Canadians value multiculturalism and see Canada as being inherently multicultural. However, the country's culture has been heavily influenced by American culture because of its proximity and the high rate of migration between the two countries.

Hockey is a national pastime and the most popular spectator sport in the country.

Why choose Canada?

Canada is rated as one of The World's Best Country to Live in. For almost a decade (up to the year 2001), Canada was ranked number one among 175 countries in the United Nation's Quality of Life survey.Vancouver was ranked third overall in the 2005 annual "Quality of Life Survey", published by Mercer Human Resource Consulting. All five Canadian cities in the survey were praised for their relatively high levels of "personal safety and security" and for being in a politically stable country, according to a report. According to the 2004 UN Human Development Index, Canada was ranked fourth overall. (Read detailed 2004 information on Canada from the United Nations web site.)

Source: World-wide quality of life survey

Why study in Canada

- Canadian Qualification are considered as one of the best in the world.
- Canada provides student with the opportunity to settle in Canada on completion of the course. 
- Fees are Comparably lot cheaper 
- Latest method of training and the best quality of staff provide one of the finest teaching in the world 
- Provides Students with the cutting edge in the global market

Who can apply for Study Permits in Canada

To be eligible to study in Canada: 

-You must have been accepted by a school, college, university or other educational institution in Canada. 
-You must prove 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 and any family members who come with you to Canada. 
-You must be a law-abiding citizen with no criminal record and not be a risk to the security of Canada. You may have to provide a police certificate. 
-You must be in good health and willing to complete a medical examination, if necessary.
-You must satisfy an immigration officer that you will leave Canada when you have completed your studies.

Cost of Living: Rent-Bachelor Apartment(one room apartment, one month, large city) $700 - $1,100
Rent-Bachelor Apartment(one room apartment, one month, small city/town) $500 - $700
Internet Connection(high speed, one month) $40
Groceries for One Person(one month) $200 - $300
Bus Fare One Way(local) $2.25

University, College, Career College(Post-secondary School)

In Canada there is a division between where you would go to school to prepare yourself for certain types of work when choosing between university and college, though the line between the two are starting to blur. 

It used to be that if you wanted to become an electrician, a police officer or a plumber, or take on some other kind of hands-on trade or career, you would attend a college to receive a diploma. If you wanted to become a professional, such as a doctor, lawyer or teacher, you would attend a university to attain a degree.

Those same basic rules still apply, but many people in areas traditionally reserved for university graduates, such as business, are starting to obtain those positions with the help of college degrees. Colleges are handing out degrees and universities are handing out diplomas. Some schools have been specially formed to give students the opportunity to graduate with both a degree and a diploma.

In Québec, the situation is a little different. After high school, students can choose to go to a special school called a cégep. This is similar to a college in the rest of Canada, where a student might get a diploma to be a dental assistant or a cartographer. The difference is that if a Québec student wants to go to university, they must attend at least two years of school at a cégep.

Graduate school Adult

Most students, after completing university or college, proceed to the working world.

They might take a year off to travel, but generally, they start to look for jobs or work in their fields.

Some students go on to more schooling.

When people in Canada talk about graduate school, they are referring to degrees that only students who have completed a bachelor degree can take.

The first level of degree after a bachelor is a master's degree. An example of this would be a master's of business administration or MBA.

The next level would be a doctorate degree, or a Ph.D.

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