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Talk of immigrant friendly countries, Canada tops the list. A picturesque expanse of land with enthralling beauty, it is multicultural, vibrant and a bilingual nation with two official languages- English and French.

Being the world’s second largest country, with respect to area, it’s ethnically diverse and provides high quality of life. It ranks among the Top 10 countries in the United Nations Quality of Life Index. Politically speaking, it has a stable parliamentary democracy. With the lowest unemployment rate, it is a land of opportunities.

With universities located both in urban and rural settings, in almost all the regions of the country, education is easily accessible. Considering the high quality of academic standards, degrees, certificates or diplomas from Canadian universities are globally recognized and considered equivalent to those obtained from The United States or any other Commonwealth nation.


There is no central system that lays down the rules for post-secondary education institutions; instead they come under the jurisdiction of the provinces they are located in.

The following certifications are offered in Canada (along with the duration)-

  • Certificate – 1 year
  • Diploma – 1-2 years
  • Advanced Diploma- 3 years
  • Bachelors Degree- 4 years
  • Post Graduate Diplomas/Certificates- 12-17 weeks
  • Masters Degree- 1-2 years
  • Doctorate or PhD-4-7 years


Although, the cost and quality of living in Canada is high but is comparatively low when other nations like the US and UK are taken into consideration, making Canada a favorable choice.

The fee depends on the province you choose to study in along with the university and the course.

Tuition fee- It may vary from 10,000 CAD to 25,000 CAD per annum.

Living expenses- They may vary from 8000 to 10,000 CAD per annum depending on the student.


Most of the universities have a trimester system wherein admissions take place in January, May and September.


Language proficiency requirements-

Considering the fact that both French and English are used as a medium of instruction, not all universities require fluency in both, but, in order to qualify for a program at an English speaking University, IELTS is a commonly accepted test that is required for university admissions and visa process.

Academic requirements-

These vary, depending on the course and the institution offering the same.


International students with Student Visa are permitted to work for not more than 20 hours a week on casual basis and full-time during vacations.


  1. Acadia University
  2. Alexander College
  3. Algonquin college
  4. Brock University*
  5. Canadian Flyers International
  6. Cambrian College
  7. Camosun College
  8. Canadore College
  9. Cape Breton University
  10. Capilano University
  11. Centennial College
  12. College of New Caledonia
  13. College of The Rockies
  14. Concordia University – John Molson School Of Business*
  15. Concordia University of Edmonton
  16. Conestoga College
  17. Confederation College
  18. Dalhousie University *
  19. Devry Institute of Technology
  20. Douglas College
  21. Durham College
  22. Fairleigh Dickinson University, Vancouver
  23. Fanshawe College
  24. Fleming College
  25. Fraser International College (SFU)*
  26. George Brown College
  27. Georgian College
  28. Herzing College
  29. Humber College
  30. International College of Manitoba
  31. Kings University College At The University Of Western Ontario
  32. Kwantlen University
  33. Lakeland College
  34. Lakehead University
  35. Lambton College*
  36. Langara College
  37. Loyalist College
  38. McMaster University*
  39. Memorial University of New Foundland*
  40. Mohawk College
  41. Mount Allison University
  42. Niagara College
  43. Northwest Community College
  44. North Island College
  45. Northern College
  46. Northern Lights College
  47. NYIT – Vancouver
  48. Okanagan College
  49. Parkland College
  50. Red River College
  51. Royal Roads University
  52. Saint Mary’s University
  53. Saskatchewan Polytechnic
  54. Sault College
  55. Selkirk College
  56. Seneca College
  57. Sheridan College
  58. Francis Xavier University
  59. Clair College
  60. Lawrence College
  61. Lasalle College
  62. Le Cordon Bleu
  63. The University of Winnipeg
  64. Thompson Rivers University
  65. Trent University
  66. Toronto Film School
  67. University of Alberta*
  68. University Canada West
  69. University of the Fraser Valley
  70. University of New Brunswick*
  71. University of Waterloo*
  72. University of Windsor*
  73. University of Manitoba*
  74. University of Northern British Columbia
  75. University of Prince Edward Island*
  76. University of Regina
  77. University Of Saskatchewan*
  78. University of Victoria
  79. Vancouver Community College
  80. Vancouver Island University
  81. Vancouver Film School
  82. Vancouver Institute of Media Arts
  83. Vancouver Premier College of Hotel Management
  84. Yukon College
  85. Yorkville University