Canada has seen a steady increase in educational tourism in the last few years. The country is one of the best destinations for students from all over the world to study abroad and offers high-quality education with affordable fee structures and widely recognized degrees. According to a UN study, Canada has ranked third for nine consecutive years in the world in terms of living.
Canada has seen considerable growth in many industries through the contributions of our vibrant diverse population. The diversity within our post-secondary educational institutions is aimed at creating innovative leaders of tomorrow.
A workplace enriched by the originality and creativity of a diverse and inclusive workforce attracts and retains the best and brightest that would come through many of our post-secondary institutions.
There is also an increased demand for qualified students in Canada than ever before.
Year on year, Canada has been investing heavily in students as compared to any other country in the world. This has enabled the country to meet the ever-increasing demand for professionals in highly skilled, skilled as well as low-skilled industries.
Canada has been able to expand on the skills and trades available within the country by welcoming students from abroad.
Education in Canada is more affordable – not only the tuition fee but also the overall cost of living in Canada is lower – as compared to any other country such as the United States, United Kingdom and Australia amongst others. Canada, is, therefore, a preferred choice for students.
As an international student studying at a Designated Learning Institution in Canada, you would be eligible to work part-time (20 hours/week) while you are attending classes and full-time (30 hours/week) during the semester break, provided you have been maintaining the requirements of your permit.
Depending on the length of your program of study, you could apply for a Post Graduate work permit, which would allow you to work with a Canadian employer for 1 to 3 years following the successful completion of your academic program. It is important that you file for a post-graduate work permit within 180 days of graduating.
International students have an advantage when it comes to staying in Canada. Canadian Permanent Immigration Program is designed to allow Canadians to integrate into Canada's life, so international students must demonstrate the ability to live in the country. Many of the economic immigration systems and programs for international students in Canada have a clear advantage.
Pursuing your education in Canada can open the route for you to become a Permanent Resident. Typically, obtaining a work permit when you graduate is important to meet the work experience requirement for most permanent residency programs. Also, having a work permit allows you to gain valuable Canadian work experience.
Express Entry and Each and Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP) offers unique categories that cater to a wide range of opportunities.
Canadian Study Group can ensure that your pathway is designed to best suit your ultimate goal in Canada.