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  • America
  • Australia
  • Canada
  • UK
  • Ireland
  • NewZealand
  • France
Capital : OTTAWA
Language : English, French
Official Currency : Canadian Dollar (CAD)
Why Study in Canada?
Canada is the second largest country in the world in area, after Russia, and has the longest coastline of any country in the world, being next to the Pacific, Arctic, and Atlantic Oceans. Around 32 million people live in ten provinces and three territories of canada.

Universities of canada share a key strength: their high quality. Canadian universities have a long record of providing an accessible university education to students from across Canada and around the world. Reflecting the rich history many cultures and traditions, Canadian universities offer a mix of opportunities in a variety of educational settings.

The 89 Universities that are members of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada are located across the country, with institutions in every Canadian province. Taken together, they offer a wide range of courses.

In addition to universities, Canada has post secondary system includes 175 community colleges, which respond to the training needs of business, industry and the public service, as well as the educational needs of vocationally oriented secondary school graduates. These colleges, also known as institutes of technology, university colleges or CEGEPS, historically offered diplomas and certificates rather than degrees. Today, some offer degrees themselves, and a number offer university transfer programs or provide programs jointly with neighboring universities.
A Range of Choices
Canadian universities provide a full spectrum of undergraduate and graduate degree programs, with faculty undertaking research of national and international importance.

Universities in Canada range from large urban, multi-campus and research-intensive universities, offering a wide range of undergraduate, graduate and professional programs, to small liberal arts colleges with a focus on undergraduate education. Others provide specialized professional programs in fields such as business, engineering, art and design or agriculture.

You will find that Canada is nothing if not diverse! University colleges represent a new model for post secondary education, combining practical vocational programs with more theoretical offerings. Since Canada is a bilingual country, our universities demonstrate this by offering instruction in English, French, or even both!

A Reputation for Excellence
Canadian universities have earned an international reputation for excellence. Their faculty have recognized research and teaching strengths in areas such as computer sciences, business including MBA programs, health sciences, law, ocean studies, natural resources and agriculture.

In addition to their teaching, universities play a vital role in their local communities, offering concerts and plays, day care centers, sports and fitness facilities, lectures, museums, on-campus radio stations and art galleries open to all. Research is central to the mission of Canadian universities. In fact, 25% of Canada's research capacity is found in our universities - a far higher proportion than most others countries. Universities in Canada employ about one-third of the country PhD's, who spearhead the national research effort. Students at Canadian universities are frequently involved in research projects, often during their early undergraduate years. Professors see research as an integral component to their classroom teaching. Canadian university research has yielded a wealth of innovations as important as insulin, Pablum, the artificial pacemaker, improved strains of wheat, and the identification of the genetic causes of diseases such as cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy and Lou Gehrig disease. Today, Canadian researchers are world leaders in areas such as helping people cope with pain and stress, improving human memory, pulp and paper chemistry, dealing with the impact of technology in the workplace, and finding new treatments for cancer, osteoporosis and arthritis.

A Lasting Reward
A university education translates into new skills, better job prospects and higher salaries. University graduates also have a better chance at promotion throughout their career, better health and benefit packages, as well as better pension plans. Clearly, the rewards of a university education last a lifetime.
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Seneca College
Edmonton View Website
Edmonton View Website
Humber College Toronto View Website
Vancouver Island University Vancouver View Website
Columbia College British Columbia View Website
Thompson Rivers University British Columbia View Website
University Of Canada West
Victoria View Website
Mohawk College of Applied Arts & Technology Ontario View Website
Northern Lights College British columbia View Website
George Brown College Toronto View Website
Red River College of Applied Arts, Science & Technology Manitoba View Website
Sheridan College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning Ontario View Website
Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Technology Ontario View Website
Selkirk College Castlegar View Website
Vancouver Community College Vancouver View Website
University of the Fraser valley British columbia View Website
Camosun College Victoria View Website
Royal Roads University British columbia View Website
College of the Rockies Victoria View Website
Douglas College British columbia View Website
Georgian College of Arts & Technology Ontario View Website
Medicine Hat College Alberta View Website
SAIT Alberta View Website
Okanagan College British columbia View Website
University of Victoria Victoria View Website
College Of New Caledonia Prince George View Website
St. Lawrence College Ontario View Website
Dalhousie University Nova Scotia View Website
Parkland College Illinois View Website
Acadia University Nova Scotia View Website
Canadian College of English Language Vancouver View Website
University of Toronto Toronto View Website
Canadian University College Alberta View Website
Canadian College Vancouver View Website