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Study programs

high school photo1)High/Secondary school.Education in Canada usually starts with kindergarten followed by grades 1 to 12. By law, children must go to school starting at the age of 5 or 6 and until they are between 16 and 18. Students who successfully complete secondary school get a high school diploma.The school year usually begins at the end of August and finishes toward the end of June. Children go to school from Monday to Friday during the school year (except during holidays). Since Canada is a bilingual country, English-language and French-language schools are available across the country (even in areas where one language is more commonly spoken than the other).Also be aware that for high school program you need homestay and custodianship if the person under 18-19 years old.Apply online.

ESL photo2)ESL/Study English.It is little wonder that so many students, both international and local, choose to study English courses. Proficient and skilled use of the English language can enhance career prospects, allow you to achieve success in business and can open up many opportunities when you choose to study with a credible English school. With the world becoming so much closer and more connected, opportunities to travel and explore different parts of the world are more available and, as a result of having studied English, travellers are better able to communicate. In terms of academia, English is the language most commonly spoken by academics worldwide. Also you can apply for esl courses to the college/university , which you want to enter, after you pass the English courses.   Apply online



dipoma photos3)Diploma programs.Diploma programs are highly time-effective if you need to complete your education quickly, because you should be able to complete a typical program in 12 to 18 months .Diploma programs are typically less expensive than a bachelor’s or master’s degree program. In addition, since they’re often designed with working professionals in mind, they tend to be offered online, at night, or on the weekends. That means you’ll be able to work while you’re in school.Apply online





Group of English or French students with the flag of Canada4)Bachelor programs.Another name for a bachelor’s degree is undergraduate degree, because it’s the degree that comes before graduate school. Employers view this credential as proof that you can handle a little bit of everything. They also view it as evidence that you’re a reliable person, with enough drive and determination to complete a long-term project. Employers use bachelor’s degrees like a screening tool. Many employers will only hire people who have earned a bachelors degree. This practice might seem unfair, but it’s a modern reality. If you are not in the percentage of people with bachelor degrees, you could potentially not be considered for some of today’s high-paying jobs. Also, if you have already Bachelor degree, we can offer you some Bachelor programs, where you can evaluate your academic credits from your native country diploma and study only 2 years instead of basic 4 or 5 years, and of course, save a huge amount of money.  Apply online


Canadian Master photo5)Master programs

The average salary for an MBA graduate is considerably higher than that of an employee with a regular master qualification. Also graduates of an MBA program have, due to their qualification, higher chances of obtaining and holding a high level management position.. Also it should be mentioned, than for enter the MBA program the future student needs related graduated bachelor Degree in same sphere and  probably may need GMAT or GRE score. It is not a secret, that MBA student  has great networking opportunities. Through this type of study you get to know and interact in a relevant manner with colleagues, professors and teaching staff .Apply online





Informative Facts

  • 10%

    of Canadians students leave their provinces

  • 40%

    of faculty at Canadian Universities are Internationally trained

  • 81%

    of Canadian Universities offer International Degree Programs

  • 97%

    of Canadian universities offer international experiences


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