Study In Canada

Canada welcomes a record number of international students each year, with more than 293,000 international students from around the world. This is good news for the Canadian government, which sees it as a gold mine of economic benefits.

Canada is a leader in providing quality education. According to the Programme for International Student Assessment, Canada ranks among the top OECD countries in terms of student skills.

Education systems provide the knowledge, skills and qualifications required for today’s global labour market.

Canada welcomes a record number of international students each year, with more than 293,000 international students from around the world.


Doubling the number of international students in Canada by 2022

Canada will focus its efforts on countries in North Africa, the Middle East, Brazil, China, India, Mexico and Vietnam.

The Canadian government sees these international students as a real gold mine of immediate and long-term economic benefits, knowing that the majority of these students end up wanting to settle permanently in Canada after their studies.

International students already generate $8 billion in economic benefits in tuition fees, accommodation costs and discretionary spending. Attracting more than 450,000 researchers and international students to Canada by 2022 will create at least 86,500 net jobs for Canadians.

And there are many post-secondary programs (University, College) suitable for you in science, engineering, business, arts, etc…

You could soon be living and studying in Canada in the best academic environments.

During your period of study in Canada and after graduation, you can enter the Canadian job market with qualifications that are recognized and respected around the world. A recognized university program of study in Canada can become your path to Permanent Residence in Canada.

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  • International students' intentions to stay in the country upon completion of their studies also vary according to their region of origin.
  • More than two-thirds of students from sub-Saharan Africa (71%) and South Asia (66%) plan to stay in Canada.
  • This percentage drops to 32% for European students and 22% for Americans.

In 2013, there were 293,505 international students studying at all levels in Canada, mostly in engineering or business, an increase of 84% from 2003.

Easy access to education at any age

In Canada, 90% of adults aged 25-64 have completed upper secondary education, a level above the OECD average of 76%.

Canada ranks among the top OECD countries in reading, math and science, with the average student scoring 522 points. The most effective school systems are those that are able to deliver quality education to all students without distinction.

Canadian students perform well in school regardless of their socio-economic background, mother tongue, and whether they are native-born Canadians or recent immigrants. Targeted programs are successful in helping vulnerable populations raise their educational attainment levels.

To Study In Canada

1. Have your admission letter

You must have been accepted (letter of admission) by a school, college, university or educational institution in Canada.

2. Having the Financial Capacity

  • Your tuition fees according to the chosen programLiving expenses for you and your accompanying family members in CanadaTransportation to and from Canada for you and your family members who accompany you to Canada

    You must have no criminal record and not be a risk to the security of Canada. May provide a police certificate

    You must be in good health and be willing to undergo a medical examination.

    You must satisfy the immigration officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your authorized stay.

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1. Finding the right study program

We help you find a University or College Program that best suits your budget and your career expectations.

2. Preparing Your Application

Preparation of your application – getting the admission (the Letter of Admission).

3. Request for CAQ

Complete the CAQ application process if you wish to study in Quebec.

4. Student Visa

Apply for the “Visa to Study in Canada”.

5. Steps related to your settlement in Canada

The steps related to your settlement in Canada (insurance, housing, and more…) optional

6. Remaining in Canada after your studies

Remain in Canada permanently

Are you in the process of graduating or have graduated, and would like to settle in Canada permanently? Several Programs are available to facilitate your immigration to Canada.

If you wish to retain the services of WORK TO CANADA IMMIGRATION for your immigration to Canada after your studies, you will benefit from a special follow-up during your studies.

Seize your future and choose us as your partner for a Canadian study experience that will last a lifetime!