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Canada Education Consultants in Hyderabad

Canada Education Consultants

Education consultants for study in Canada

Canada has become an ideal place for higher education studies, sought by many prospective international students. Many of the Canadian universities are present in reputed international rankings. Canada is known for its top universities, high-quality education, friendly people and picturesque locations. 
Canada offers unique opportunities, premium standards of education and an overall enriching experience for international students who choose to study in Canada. It has some of the best student cities in the world. Montreal and Toronto have just about everything students could possibly ask for. As per a recent survey, Canada is one of the top destinations preferred by international students planning their studies abroad. 
Canada has more than 20+ private universities and 90+ public universities, offering 15,000 study options across fields. The programs enhance subject knowledge and skills such as teamwork, effective communication, critical thinking, and leadership qualities.
Check out some of the main reasons why you should give Canada a serious thought in terms of studying abroad:
1. Many of the top-ranked universities in the world are in Canada
Universities from Canada have a long history and reputation in terms of academic performance and high graduate employability rate. In fact, many of the Canadian higher educational institutions compete with leading and famous universities from the U.S. and the UK for instance.
Some of the top-ranked Canadian universities are:
· University of Toronto 
· University of British Columbia
· McGill University 
· University of Montreal 
· University of Alberta
2. English is everywhere
English and French are both official languages in Canada and share equal status, but anywhere you choose to go in Canada, you can easily survive just by speaking and communicating in English. However, while in Canada, you can seize the opportunity and learn some French or brush up your French language skills.
All universities from Canada offer English-taught degrees for all Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD level, so your main concern is to simply find a field of study according to your preferences.
3. Academic Excellence
Since education is a provincial responsibility, the provincial governments ensure that the quality of education is consistently very high throughout Canada irrespective of the type of institution – university or college. If you want to gain a bachelor’s degree or a master’s degree, choose from a wide range of universities as per your eligibility. If you are looking for shorter and relevant route to gain skills to become employable, choose from a number of specialised diplomas, advanced diplomas and post-graduate diplomas at Canadian colleges.
4. Focus on skill development
We all agree that world class education is not just about what we learn in classrooms. It is also about how prepared we are for the real world. Canada has a fantastic system called co-operative work, to address just that. Co-op basically provides work opportunities to students in their relevant sectors, while they are studying. So, an engineering student gets an opportunity to work for an engineering company during their study. This prepares the students for the real world by introducing them early to the work environment and also inculcates discipline. A typical co-op is for about 4 months in a year. So, if a student is enrolled in a 4 year degree program which offers co-op, they can gain valuable Canadian work experience of 16 months during their studies. Imagine the competitive advantage these students have over others when they start looking for permanent jobs after graduation.
5. Earn while you learn
In addition to co-op, students are allowed to work part time for about 20 hours per week on campus. They can also apply for up to 3 years of post-study work permit depending on the program duration.
6. Quality of life – Safe and peaceful
Canada has been consistently ranked as one of the safest nations in the world. In 2018, the Global Peace Index, listed Canada as the sixth peaceful country across the globe. As international student, you’ll enjoy the same rights as any other Canadian. Quality of life also translates in to basic necessities of life like clean air, clean water, and lower population/competition, sense of space etc. to other aspects of life like access to world class healthcare, good education infrastructure etc.



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