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Canada: 35 million people to 10 million square kilometers (28 times as much as Japan!). Students there are about 1.2 million, of which 100,000 international. Large cities, such as Toronto, Montreal or Vancouver, alternate with totally untouched nature.

Canada a land of contrasts: Untouched nature alternates with pulsating metropolises full of cultural and ethnic diversity. Speak for the experience of studying abroad in this exciting country, inter alia, the variety of places to study, the combination of subjects or the statements, which allow an individual access to employment or scientific careers. Moreover, it is a good experience, to relive the other end of the world to immerse themselves in new cultures and so their horizons to expand many times over.

At the federal level there is no authority for dealing with educational policy issues; the responsibility lies with the provincial governments and territories. Accordingly different are the admission requirements, fees and course study programs of universities and colleges the enormously diverse range of subjects is basically a science in itself, if only because the educational institutions determine independently on the content and descriptions. In this respect also applies here: Only inform in detail, then study.

As Canada interested student has a choice of more than 50 state colleges and universities, 16 French-speaking southern Quebecks, nine (more or less) bilingual universities and 200 community colleges. The typical Anglo-American subdivision in undergraduate and graduate study sections can also be found in Canada.

The universities offer all study opportunities from undergraduate education through the master's degree to a doctorate (PhD) and have moreover also their own research facilities. By contrast, the colleges have originally dedicated to the commonly held undergraduate education, expand their offerings now but also increasingly to studies of deepening graduate levels.

As a "community colleges" is a variety of educational institutions referred to, can be studied in which job-related, comparable with the university of final exam but is not possible. By crediting rendered coursework they allow many but the transition to university.

Generally speaking, the first content rather broad study section (the undergraduate education) ends depending on the province, after three to four years with the acquisition of the Bachelor's degree. This is already a professional qualification and as such is used by most students as a ticket into working life. But who wants to specialize in relation to a particular subject area itself, there is still one to two more years at the university and, after completion of this so-called graduate program the master title. The entry into the research-based doctorate programs can be carried out depending on the department after the graduate study section or directly after receiving an extended bachelor's title, the bachelor of honours.

Since the application is quite complicated bureaucratic for a degree program at a Canadian university, it should be done well in advance at full degree programs, for example, year and a half before the scheduled stay. The "Admissions Office" will decide individually on the usually submitted with the application form tests, certificates, letters of recommendation, proof of sufficient financial resources, the cover letter, the essays and any personal interviews. The inclusion criteria for incoming students are somewhat less stringent due to the non completion options.
by thewindoffreedomblows 3 years ago
Studying in Canada will not allow you to remain. Study permits aren't invitations to settle. That means you are welcome to come, enjoy your time, study and graduate. Then you must return home, it's a major condition of a study permit.
by Golddigger 3 years ago
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