The Academic Offer that Best Suits You

 

What academic degree to pursue is often one of the most challenging questions for students to answer. The good news is that Canada offers some of the best educational choices to help you select the right academic path for you. 

Additionally, Canada has a reputation for having one of the best educational systems in the world. It’s this reputation that attracts students from all over the world. There are approximately 600,000 international students in Canada to date, studying 400 undergraduate courses all over the provinces and territories.

Since education is one of the Canadian government’s priorities, the education system is divided into three levels: Primary Education, Secondary Education, and Post-Secondary Education.

As for international students, Canada establishes Designated Learning Institutions (DLI) to allow foreign enrollment in learning programs. These DLI are schools approved by the provincial authorities or the Federal Government to host international students. It is important to consider that all secondary education institutions are DLIs, but not all post-secondary institutions have this designation. 

Canada offers many areas of study: humanities, sciences, arts, business and many others. Additionally, most DLI offer undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate degrees. Furthermore, research-based academic programs (especially in medicine and other sciences) are common and in high demand in Canada.

Interested in a Pathway Program?

If you want to polish your language skills before coming to Canada and use the credits to transition into a DLI, a pathway program could be perfect for you.
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The Academic Offer that Best Suits You

 

What academic degree to pursue is often one of the most challenging questions for students to answer. The good news is that Canada offers some of the best educational choices to help you select the right academic path for you. 

Additionally, Canada has a reputation for having one of the best educational systems in the world. It’s this reputation that attracts students from all over the world. There are approximately 600,000 international students in Canada to date, studying 400 undergraduate courses all over the provinces and territories.

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Since education is one of the Canadian government’s priorities, the education system is divided into three levels: Primary Education, Secondary Education, and Post-Secondary Education.

As for international students, Canada establishes Designated Learning Institutions (DLI) to allow foreign enrollment in learning programs. These DLI are schools approved by the provincial authorities or the Federal Government to host international students. It is important to consider that all secondary education institutions are DLIs, but not all post-secondary institutions have this designation. 

Canada offers many areas of study: humanities, sciences, arts, business and many others. Additionally, most DLI offer undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate degrees. Furthermore, research-based academic programs (especially in medicine and other sciences) are common and in high demand in Canada.

Interested in a Pathway Program?

If you want to polish your language skills before coming to Canada and use the credits to transition into a DLI, a pathway program could be perfect for you.
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Study Areas

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Study Levels

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