How Studying in Canada Be Beneficial To International Students?

Study in Canada

Canada has become the most favorite education destination for international students, including Nepalese students over the past few years. According to 2019 statistics, more than 640,000 international students from all around the world have been studying in Canada at all levels.

The reason why students pursue their higher studies in Canada is that as compared to USA, UK and Australia, Canada provides a wide range of universities that provides globally recognized degree at very affordable fees.

Apart from this, there are a lot of other benefits international students can have when they study in Canada. Below are mentioned top 5 reasons how studying in Canada is beneficial to international students.

1.   World-Class Universities

Universities and colleges in Canada are renowned for their research and innovation. All 13 provinces of Canada have world-class universities that come in the top 100 list of the best universities of the world. Therefore we can say that Canadian universities have outstanding academic excellence. Students definitely get high-quality education in Canada and benefit their careers in the long term.

2.   Globally Recognized Degrees

All degrees, whether it’s an undergraduate, post-graduate or a Doctorate degree, are globally recognized. A Canadian degree is equivalent to a degree obtained from the United States or Commonwealth countries. After the completion of the course, students with Canadian degrees can work anywhere in the world.

3.   Affordable Fees

Tuition fees that universities in Canada charge to their international students are the lowest among the English-speaking countries. The low study in Canada cost is one of the major reasons why a major crowd of international students immigrates to Canada.

The minimal annual tuition fee to study in Canada is around CAD 400 if you choose Social Sciences, Art, and Education programs. A few study programs in Canada cost between CAD 1,000 and CAD 4,000 per year. The cost of most of the study programs in Canada ranges from CAD 10,000 to CAD 30,000 per year.

Apart from the tuition fees, the accommodation cost, transportation cost and living expenses in Canada are also way cheaper than in any other country.

4.   Scholarships Availablity

If even the tuition fees and living expenses of Canada are bogging you down, there are various scholarships universities in Canada offer. You can apply for one to make your education more affordable.

Below is the list of scholarships a Nepalese student can apply for in Canada;

  • The Canada Visa Study Hub Scholarship Contest: $500
  • Global Affairs International Scholarship Opportunities for Non-Canadians: CAD 7,200 to CAD 14,700
  • Ontario Graduate Scholarship: CAD 10,000 to CAD 15,000
  • Canada Graduate Scholarships-Master’s Program (CGS M): CAD 17,000
  • Ontario Trillium Scholarship (OTS): CAD 40,000
  • Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship: CAD 50,000

5.   Immigration Opportunities

International students have the opportunity to work in Canada following their graduation. All they need to do is apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP). After working for a few years, with the work experience evidence, one can apply for PR to become a citizen of Canada.

Now you know why should you choose Canada for your higher studies, you may now be curious to know how to study in Canada. Yes, it’s often challenging for a Nepalese student to find the best institution from the arrays of universities in Canada. This is where students need an educational consultancy

If you are planning to study in Canada from Nepal, then you can go for Goreto Educational Consultancy. They have been counseling Nepalese students to study in Canada for more than a decade. With years of counseling experience, Goreto has become the best educational consultancy in Nepal.