Canada, which occupies the northern half of the North American continent, is famed for its natural beauty – few countries can boast anything close to its richness of woods, lakes, and mountains – as well as its ethnic variety. The country is officially multilingual, with both English and French used in administration and official documents.
It is also notable for its scant population (despite being the world's second-largest nation, it has a population lower than that of only one US state, California), as well as its brutal winters. Snow covers the ground in some parts of Canada for nearly half the year — but there aren't many Canadian institutions in such areas!
Canada has a long history of being one of the world's top study destinations. Ontario, British Columbia, and Quebec are the most popular Canadian provinces for international students, as they are home to many of Canada's finest colleges.
Applying to study in Canada might be an appealing choice for people who want to study at a top institution in one of the world's most developed countries.
Canada has 26 institutions in the QS World University Rankings® 2019, with three in the world's top 50 and 11 more in the world's top 300 — a feat only a few other countries have achieved.
The University of Toronto (28th) and McGill University (33rd) are the two highest Canadian entries, situated in Toronto and Montréal, respectively (the two largest cities in Canada). The University of Alberta, McMaster University, Université de Montréal, University of Waterloo, and Western University are also among the top 220 universities in the world.
Undergraduate degrees in Canada can be completed in three or four years, depending on the university. Depending on the sort of degree, postgraduate degrees might take anywhere from one to three years to finish. In Canada, there are three types of higher education providers: universities (which conduct research and offer both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees), community colleges, and technical, applied arts, or applied science schools (which offer certificates, diplomas, associate's degrees, and bachelor's degrees).
Because universities in Canada are administered by provincial governments, there will be minor discrepancies in how education is delivered. Quebec, in particular, differs significantly from the rest of Canada in terms of term durations and length of study. For example, students graduate secondary school a year early and must attend an obligatory pre-university General and Vocational College (CEGEP) course, thereby eliminating the first year of university. Specific information should be obtained from your preferred universities.
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