January 26, 2016
Canada is well-known for providing international students with the best globally recognized education, while having lower tuition and living costs than in the United States or the UK.
The areas of study cover a wide range of applied and academic subjects. Combined with living in the most multicultural, safe and friendly environment, studying in Canada is the top choice for international students.
Canada allows international students to work legally during their studies and after graduation, as well as provides them with an option to become a Permanent Resident and put their education and experience to work in this country.
Subsequently, there is also an opportunity to become a Canadian citizen.
Unlike many other countries Canada allows dual citizenship, so you do not need to give up your original passport.
In the case of married international students, his/her spouse may obtain a work permit in Canada for the duration of the student’s study permit. If a student has children, they are entitled for free kindergarten (for children 4-6 years old) and free school (for children under 18 years old).
There is no age restriction for international students. One can often see mature students, who decided to change or expand their area of expertise, in all colleges and universities.