Canada is currently the fourth largest study destination in the world, following the USA, UK, and Australia. It has also become a particularly popular country for international study, with international student enrolment growing by a massive 73% between 2014 and 2018. Canada has invested highly in its education system in recent years, raising the standard of academic courses and providing a high quality, efficient learning experience for every student. Wherever you choose to study in Canada, you’ll be receiving a top-ranking education, for an affordable price.
Morgan Oxford Education has already supported countless international students through the admission stages of Canadian institutions, working directly with preparatory boarding schools, international foundation colleges, schools, and universities all over the country to ensure that each student is placed in the best possible learning environment for their needs.
The Canadian school system is a federal system with the qualifications awarded varying between regions. The Morgan Oxford Education team has extensive knowledge of these differences and are able to guide you through your options with all information available. For more information, contact Morgan Oxford Education today.
Some of the further benefits to Canadian education include:
Canada is a bilingual country. Students are therefore exposed to multiple new languages and have the opportunity to develop their language skills as they study. This can ultimately boost employability both within Canada and in other countries across the world.
Canadian qualifications are widely recognised as equal to those awarded in the USA, UK, and Australia. Canada consistently performs well in international education rankings, meaning your qualification could be the gateway to international job opportunities later down the line.
Quality of life
For over 10 years, Canada has ranked among the top 10 countries in the world for quality of life. It’s well-known for its efficient and economical transport system, great student health benefits, and low crime rates. Canada is ranked by the Global Peace Index as being amongst the 10 safest countries in the world to visit and to live.
Vibrant employment options
Larger Canadian cities such as Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal have excellent reputations for post-graduate employment. If you’re seeking an urban setting for your studies or future employment then one of these locations could offer you fantastic opportunities for working and living.
There are programmes in Canada designed to help international students transition to permanent residency following their studies. Post-Graduation Work Permits, for example, allow graduates to remain in Canada for work experience. This process can ultimately lead to permanent residence and Canadian citizenship.