Canada offers a high quality, research oriented and affordable education which is recognized world-wide. Canada is a safe, secure, healthy, multicultural and welcoming environment for international students. It's regarded as one of the best countries to live. 100,000+ international students enrolled in Canadian universities. Many Canadian Universities are ranked in top 100 worldwide.
Length of study. Most education programs in Canada begin in kindergarten (age five) or grade one (age six) and go to grade twelve (age 17 or 18), except in Quebec, where students finish a year earlier. After completion of a secondary school diploma, students may go on to post-secondary studies.
The government estimates that 70 per cent of students will in fact receive more in grants than the average cost of tuition fees, leaving them with no debt. Ontario's tuition fees are among the highest in the country, averaging $6,1600 per year for a degree at university, and $2,768 a year at college.
From the age of five, kids can attend kindergarten. Due to provincial autonomy in cultural and educational matters, there is no single Canadian school system, and curricula vary tremendously in different provinces. Public elementary education and secondary schools are free of charge.
Min 12th grade for under graduate study in a university, colleges and technical institutes.
Min of 550 in your toefl score.
For master degree you need 16 years of education.
Work experience and a GMAT score of 600 range for MBA programs.
6 band but not less than 5.5 is allowed required.
A strong academic background.
Demonstrated command of the English language.
For many programs, scores on standardized admissions tests.
Adequate financial resources.
Accounting and finance
Travel and tourism
1 to 4 years
Winter, summer, and fall