Higher education in Canada
Canada is number one destination for Higher Studies in the United States. It is one of the best places in the world to live and study. Canada's achievemnet in terms of life expectancy, it's progress in science and technology, quality of life and higher national income etc project CAnada as one of the most sought after destination for Higher education.
The reasons for which Canada is best as a destination higher education.
A degree or diploma from any Canadian University or college has international recognition which is why Canada has become an ideal destination for higher study.
For Indian students popularity of Canadian Universities is its lowest tuition fee for studies among the English speaking countries. The reason behind it is that most educational instutues at Canada are public funded.
Canadian Universities offer a plethora of certificate and professional courses ranging from Bachelors to doctorate level.
The courses in a Canadian university is always focused on employers. Institues of Canada respond to the training needs of business, industries and public sector services.
An Indian student who has completed 16 years of education can pursue a Masters degree in a Canadian University. And for a Post Graduate doploma it required 15 years of education. Many MBA prgrammmes at Canadian Universities too allow a student with 15 years of education.
The best thing that Canada offers to a Foreign student is its national Policy for multiculturism. This ensure a stress free study period for a foreign student who happens to belong different culture groups. Unlike many other Foeign universities which cannot assure safety for stuents from different cultures Canada is quite a safer bet because all cultures are treated as equal at canada.
For an Indian student the most sought after study programmes are PG Diploma courses because of the wide range of choices for fields and Specialisations in Canadian Universities. The USP of PG programmes at Canadian Universities are that
1. They offer co-operative education and training which allow a student to spend certain amount of time for practical experience at workplaces.
2. There are choices for paid programmes to for such co-operative education programmes.
3. Students are allowed to work part-time. For that there are fixed time limits which students must obey.
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