Canadian study, made easy

Attend a Canadian university and you’ll gain a high quality education that’s valued by employers all over the world. There are plenty of excellent options to choose from—12 Canadian universities are ranked among the best in the world by World University Rankings.

Other benefits of studying in Canada include affordable tuition fees, an excellent quality of life, the opportunity to work while you study and for up to 3 years after you graduate.

Top 10 reasons to study in Canada

  1. Great schools: Canada has excellent schools with leading-edge research facilities and top-notch academic staff.
  2. Internationally-respected degrees: A Canadian degree will earn you the respect needed to work anywhere in the world.
  3. Help with expenses: Apply for student scholarships and research funding.
  4. Affordable tuition: Tuition and associated fees are generally lower than in the United States.
  5. Diversity: Canada is a welcoming country with a multicultural environment.
  6. Work opportunities: Work off-campus or do an internship while you study, and apply for one of 3 work permits when you’re done.
  7. Safety: Live in a politically stable country with one of the lowest crime rates in the world.
  8. Quality of life: A comfortable population density, an abundance of natural resources, and lots of educational opportunities make Canada a great place to raise a family.
  9. Top-notch health care: Pay low insurance premiums and benefit from high quality medical care.

Close to nature: Enjoy ocean waves, sandy beaches, and scenic hiking trails.

About Canada

One of the most welcoming countries in the world, Canada’s general population is culturally and ethically diverse.


With requirements that include tests, notarized transcripts, letters of recommendation, and statements of purpose, the idea of applying to study in Canada can seem daunting.


You can fund your Canadian education in a number of ways. If your grades are high or you’ve made a notable contribution to society, you may be eligible for a scholarship.


Choose to stay on-campus with other students or rent an apartment off-campus. We’ll work with you to ensure you have a safe place to live close to school.


Whether you’re hoping to work while you study, or you want to start your career in Canada, there are plenty of work opportunities for international students in Canada.

Visa Processing

Getting a Canadian visa can be a challenge, but we can help by guiding you through the process, using the E-VISA system.