Why Study at Canada?
If you are looking for your extreme growth in terms of personal and career than Canada is the best option as it is a multicultural country. Moreover Canada is a very safe country in terms of crime and politics. Students get good Quality life such as health care system, good weather comfortable population density and relatively unaffected by natural disasters. Canada offers a wide range of educational institutions and courses for both degrees and diplomas and students can have the opportunity to work in Canada for a year once they get the certificate. Canadian universities are highly rewarded in the world. Moreover Canadian tuition fees are lowest than any other English-speaking country in the world. Students can also work part time during their studies making it easier to get great work experience and save money.
Education in Canada is provided, funded and overseen by federal, provincial and local government. Canada spends about 7% of its GDP on education. Universities in Canada have degree granting authority via Act of Ministerial consent from The Ministry of education of the particular province. Most schools and colleges in Canada offers a different courses in antiracism, crafts, Social studies and native studies to enhance to knowledge of students. University degrees are offered at three consecutive levels-bachelors, Master’s and Doctoral. Colleges and institutes undertake diploma and certificate programs, and some offers degrees in some particular areas. Thus, the education in Canada is set up to meet the diverse needs of an individual student.
Safety & Security of Students:
Though, Canada is a safe country, students and people are advisable to take some precautions for their safety whether it’s on public areas, bank, home, street or on vehicle. There are a number of precautions you can take that will reduce the opportunities that a bugler is looking for.
(1) If you are living as a paying-guest, conduct a security check of your home to determine possible entry points.
(2) Never open a door to strangers without credentials.
(3) Walk only in well lit-areas and centre of the sidewalk, away from alleys and doorways
(4) Don’t burden yourself with bulky purse or bags on streets while walking
(5) Sign all credit cards when you receive them
(6) Do not give out financial or personal information on phone
(7) Keep your Social Insurance Number in a safe place, not on your wallet
(8) Urgently report police in hard situation. They are very supportive to students
Canada is a multicultural country. Canadian culture is quite traditional. It is a home to a large number of aboriginal people, called first nations. It encompasses artistic, musical, literary and social elements that are representative of Canada. Canadian culture has been influenced by European culture. Canada’s culture is a product of its history, geography and political system. In certain regards, Canada and USA share a similar culture. Canadians are exposed much to the US culture due to the proximity of US. Canada has always placed emphasis on equality and inclusiveness for all people. It creates an environment much more accepting of people. Canadian are very fun loving and informative people. They are much into art, music, television, literature, sports, leisure etc. So students get all different exposure of culture.
The cost of living in Canada is significantly lower than any other western country. Canadian housing is particularly cheap but prices are a bit high in Ontario and Vancouver. Students save a high amount of money while studying and working in Canada due to following reasons
(1) Food is cheaper in Canada
(2) Power is cheaper than UK and USA
(3) Car insurance is very inexpensive
(4) Survey says that, cost of living in Toronto is 30% less than in London, Thus, Canada is the best place to save money while you study
Canada is often associated with cold weather and snow, but in reality its climate is as diverse as its landscape. Canadians enjoy four very distinct seasons. Daytime summer temperatures can rise from 25C and higher, while lows of 25C are not uncommon in winter. More moderate temperatures are the norm in spring and fall. Summers can be hot and dry. Spring is generally pleasant across the country. Autumns are often crisp and cool. Winters are mild and wet. When the temperature does not drop, Canadians stay warm thanks to an infrastructure of heated houses, cars and malls. Some cities have also installed walkways to and from buildings.
Job Market in Canada
The economy of Canada is quite advanced and most of the people enjoy high standard of living. Since the recession, the economy of Canada has grown more rapidly than any other countries in the world and job ratio has increased significantly. Canada has the tenth largest economy in the world so people don’t find it difficult to get a job.
Canada has one of the highest levels of economy freedom in the world. The economy of Canada is quite advanced and most of the people enjoy high standard of living. Canada is a world leader in the production of many natural resources such as forests, minerals, fish hydroelectric power, gold and diamond, all of which has helped Canada focus their economic development on the
Export of raw material. For instance, one of Canada’s largest manufacturing industries is the Pulp & Paper sector which is directly linked to the logging industry. The Canadian economy has grown more rapidly than any other developed countries. The success of economy can be attributed to several factors like including low inflation, low interest rates and low Canadian dollars.
Canada’s economy is both mature and diverse. Canadian economy is the eight largest in the world according to IMF.Thus, Canada is leading in all major industries which have helped to grow its economy.