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Everything you need to know about Canada!

Canada, one of the countries with the highest quality of life, is also recognized as the third country where you can breathe the purest air in the world. Canada has extensive natural landscapes and immense natural parks recognized internationally. The majority of the population is characterized by being friendly, with a good sense of humor. Its climatic conditions, being a cold country most of the time, makes it possible to enjoy activities and sports such as ice hockey or skiing.

Living in Canada

Canada is undoubtedly a country with a high quality of life, offering opportunities for international students. If you choose this place as your study destination, your stay will be a unique life experience.

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Main cities

Its main cities; Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, and Quebec offer unique, vibrant lifestyles with diverse entertainment options for international students, where you can enjoy activities such as; music festivals and/or boat trips through the main lakes, among others.

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Study in Canada

Canada is a multicultural country characterized by having two official languages which are: English and French. It is a country that offers a warm, dynamic, and diverse lifestyle where you can enjoy natural beauties and winter sports.

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Advantages of studying in Canada


It offers high quality and friendly educational environment.


It is a safe country to travel, work and live.


Most international students enjoy the different seasons and the recreational activities that each one offers, summer, fall, winter, and spring.


It is a country that welcomes people of all nationalities, that allows you to interact with students from different parts of the world.


If you are an international student, you can access discounts for travel, restaurants, hotels, among others (You must first obtain the International Student Identification Card).


It is recognized for being a tolerant country.


It has natural beauties like parks, lakes, and mountains that you can visit during your leisure time.

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Types of Courses you can take in Canada

Canada has three categories of courses that allow you to study in this country:


Language courses: English or French


Short professional certifications


University Programs

What do you need to make your

studies in Canada?

  • Have your current and valid passport.

  • You must register at a recognized and accredited academic institution.

  • Make the application for your visa for the purpose of studies.

  • Depending on the course of your choice and your nationality, you must have other additional requirements such as:

    • Certifications of previous studies.

    • Official test of your level of English (IELTS, TOEFL, FCE, CAE).

    • Medical Exams.

    • Financial capacity to pay for your study trip.

    • Explain the reasons why you want to make your study trip to this country.

    • Have a certificate of a criminal record.

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Working in canada

Canada offers the possibility of working 20 hours a week with a study visa and while you are carrying out your studies, as long as the course you are taking corresponds to one of the following categories:

  • If you are a full-time student at a designated learning institution (DLI)

  • If you are enrolled in further studies such as vocational courses, certifications, professional training program or professional training and university degrees.

  • The duration of your course must be at least 6 months.

In this sense, it is not possible to work if you are taking a language course.

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