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Preparing for your future can be a scary thing, especially when it comes to choosing universities for higher education. There are so many options to choose from. But out of all these options Canada comes out on top and here are a few good reasons to choose study in Canada.

Canada has always been ranked as one of the best countries in the world due to its high quality of life and education. Canada has been an ideal place for higher education since years and many students opt going to Canada not only because of the education but also the job and internship opportunities they have over there.

1. It is affordable

Canada is one of those countries who offer top-notch education to international students and the best part is that it is quite affordable. Tuition fee in Canada when compared to other countries is a lot cheaper. Also, keeping in mind the wonderful work opportunities for students, whether it is full-time or part-time. Qualified students are also granted scholarships to cut down on educational expenses. Plus, the cost of living there is low too.

2. Benefit from a world class education from top universities

Some of the top ranked universities are in Canada which compete with the leading and famous universities of that with U.K and the U.S. Canadian university degrees hold a lot of significance, and they are recognized around the world. The Canadian educational system encourages the development of transferable skills like teamwork and critical thinking. They also use the latest technology to teach their students. Some of the top Canadian universities are McGill University, University of Montreal, University of Toronto and University of British Columbia.

3. Quality of life; safe and peaceful

Canada is one of the safest countries in the world with lowest crime rates. Canada has been listed as the peaceful country across the globe by Global Peace Index. The quality of life is cheaper than other countries where people also have access to world-class healthcare and infrastructure too.

4. Earn while you learn and study

Students are allowed to work part time while studying. They can work for about 20 hours per week on campus or even outside. The students have great internship opportunities as well and they can also apply for a post-study work permit depending on their degree or the duration of their program.

5. Opportunity to gain work experience after graduating

The Canadian government offers work programs to students who have obtained a diploma or a degree. In this way, the students will gain work experience in Canada and is also a great way to continue to live in the country while enhancing and developing their working skills.

6. Cultural Diversity

Canada is a quite welcoming country and welcomes people with open arms. People from different countries have been migrating to Canada for so many years so this gives Canada the edge of cultural diversity. There are higher chances that you will be surrounded by a huge multicultural environment both in the society as well as your campus. Canadians embrace the diversity and recognize that as their strength. As you study in Canada, you will get to experience festivals and events of all ethnic groups which itself is a wonderful experience. This is also a great thing as you can easily adapt and make new friends from different cultures.

7. Living in a bilingual environment

Canada is a bilingual country which makes studying here an amazing opportunity to develop and enhance language skills. French and English are both official languages in Canada but again wherever you go, you can easily speak in English.

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