Studying in Canada is an American dream to most of us on their world-class education systems, its beautiful nature, its vast forest, lake, and mountains. Canada is known for its multicultural country and people also balancing between its cities and the natural beauty. Nothing compares to it.
In Canada, the language is bilingual with English and French used in its government matters, but that does not stop its people to converse in many other languages in the world. Including its education system, which students from around the world have fallen in love with its rich culture to learn from, its vast education fields, unique universities that attracts many people to fly off to Canada and earn their education from Canadian world-class universities.
Most popular top universities in Canada are Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia are home to many international students. Universities in Canada ranked its name in the QS World University Ranking 2019, with 26 universities in Canada are featured in it.
The period of degrees studies in Canada may take up from 3 to 4 years for undergraduate, depending on the courses or the university and postgraduate degree studies may take up from 1 to 3 years duration to complete. Universities (which pursue studies and provide both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees), community colleges and vocational, applied arts or applied science schools (which grant qualifications, diplomas, associate degrees, and bachelor's degrees) provide different types of higher education providers in Canada.
Fast facts about Canada: Canada is a country of federal parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy, consisting of ten provinces and three territories. As Canada is the second largest country in the world with total landmass of approximately 3,855,100 square miles, Toronto takes up the title of the largest city in Canada while its capital city is Ottawa. Uniquely, the official languages of Canada are English and French whilst in Quebec, French are mostly spoken in that province.
Main exports in Canada are machinery and equipment, automotive products, minerals such as zinc, uranium, gold, nickel and lead among others, metals and plastics, forestry products, agricultural and fishing products, and energy products. As Canada is famous for its high-quality maple syrup, Quebec is world’s largest producer of the famous maple syrup and 80% of world’s maple syrup originates from Canada. (Source: topuniversities.com)