Canadian universities are still popular in the world. This post is about our practical advice for leaving after the baccalaureate or in the context of a university exchange.
Canada is one of the most welcoming countries for international students: nearly 300,000 students are enrolled every year in a Canadian institution. According to a recent survey by Canada’s Immigration Department, the number of students from abroad applying for a study permit is increasing by 8.9% on average each year.
The country has 93 universities, many of which are ranked among the best in the world. This is notably the case for the 5 best universities in the country according to the Times Higher Education ranking: the University of Toronto, the University of British Columbia (Vancouver), McGill University (Montreal), McMaster University ( Hamilton, Ontario) and the University of Montreal.
In fact, the Belle Province has a particularly dynamic reception policy. However, it is perfectly possible to study in French in other Canadian provinces while living in an Anglophone environment. Canada is committed to maintaining the balance between the two languages and many academic institutions are making efforts to do so.
How to apply for admission? Get a study permit? What is the tuition fee? Can we hope to win a scholarship? Where to stay ? How to get a work permit or stay in Canada after the end of your degree?
Leave after the ferry
Submit an application for admission. The first thing to do for a student wishing to prepare a Canadian bachelor’s degree in three or four years (the equivalent of a bachelor’s degree) is to choose the program he wants to enroll in order to apply to a post-secondary institution. The letter of admission issued by the university is essential to obtain a study permit from the immigration services. After that, get your visa. You can visit electronic visa 24 to get more info.
The EduCanada website maintains a Directory of Educational Institutions in Canada. The same site offers a research tool on postsecondary programs by occupation and by province. Each Canadian university defines its own eligibility criteria. It is therefore imperative to inquire with each institution. It is recommended to apply well in advance – ideally one year in advance. But many universities remain relatively flexible.
The Embassy of Canada in many other countries hold regular information sessions on Canadian Studies at the Canadian Cultural Center. There are more than a hundred events each year around this theme. The easiest way for any student from abroad who wants to enroll in a Canadian university is to come to one of these events. Canadian universities are moving for the occasion. The admissions officers are there and it is quite possible to leave with his letter of admission.
Curriculum and pedagogy
The pattern of postsecondary education in Canada presents some differences that must be known with that of higher education in France. The bachelor’s degree, which is equivalent to our license, is usually prepared in four years. In Canada, one often enters master’s degree in fifth year of post-secondary studies.
It is especially at the level of pedagogy implemented that the differences are most marked: problem-based learning, inverse class and mixed training are in vogue in a leading country in these new methods of learning.
The plugs are designed for two flat pins. It is advisable to carry an adapter and check if the devices to be connected can withstand the 110 volt electrical current.
As in other American territories, tips are not included in the accounts of restaurants, bars and coffee shops. In the same way as in New York, it is stipulated that customers have to pay an extra that ranges between 10 and 15 percent of the total depending on the quality of service.
When traveling to Canada, keep in mind that your security level is very high, so you can travel around the country with complete peace of mind, except for the basic precautions to prevent theft in areas with a greater influx of people.
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