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Study in Canada


Apparently, there are many factors to consider when selecting a university, such as tuition fees, Location, courses offered etc. it is also worthy to note that the well-known universities may not always be the best. Do some more digging and find out if there are more things you will be interested in the university such as extracurricular activities, available facilities and their state, and what former students say about the university. This is very much Important.


When applying to study abroad, the biggest challenge tends to be fees. Most especially in the premium countries like USA, UK. Winning a scholarship means escaping the high costs involved when studying abroad. However, to apply for a scholarship to study in Canada, you must know the options available to you. This shouldn’t be any difficulty or you can always contact Agents of study abroad placements for further scholarship guides like


Canada has two official languages: English and French, wow! Surprised, aren’t you? Thus, international students planning to study in Canada must be fluent in at least one of these languages. Most of or Much of Canada’s French-speaking population reside in Quebec province. Therefore, you will likely need French proficiency as part of your requirements, on top of your English language. This addition is always optional


Canada is a multicultural nation, the people, the food, the transportation, and the weather, will be very different compared to where you are coming from. Prepare to find yourself feeling totally clueless in social settings. However, take this as a learning curve, take advantage of your study period to learn about the various cultures and experience exotic flavors of the Canadian cuisine. Sure, you will come back for more.


Most colleges and universities in Canada are fully publicly funded and accredited. This means you will likely enjoy high-quality education for free or at very low costs. Also, you will get a certificate that is widely recognized in most countries around the world. That’s a great deal.

The good news is Students can work for twenty hours per week while they study. And during the holidays. There are various part-time jobs available on and off-campus for students. Furthermore, you can choose to stay and work full-time once you complete your studies. Fascinating!

You must prepare yourself for months of very cold weathers. In addition to buying heavy winter jackets, you will need some gloves, a hat, and some waterproof boots. Do not let this put you off, it’s just a regular seasonal phenomenon you will sure love and get used to it in the long run.

Do not spend money on items you do not need always remember that. Before you leave home, get in touch with the International Relations office, this will give you an idea of how much you will be spending so that you plan your finances in advance. Also, get in touch with other students to find out approximately how much they spend per month and which options are cheaper when buying things. Lastly, to get the most value out of your money, always keep track of your exchange rates.

Other places we can help you study

Global Studies Abroad also helps in students that wish to study in these other countries – Ukraine, Germany, Cyprus, Poland, Australia, Canada, North Cyprus, Norway, Australia etc.

For more information, kindly send us an email at or fill an application form directly following this link – Apply Online.