Business Type: Private
Age Range: 16+
Number of Students: 700
Percentage of International students: 40%
International Airports: Ottawa
Accommodation: CAN 800
Transport: CAN 100
Food: CAN 350
Courses: Principle of Management, Business Communication
|Course Name||Duration||Minimum Age||Level||Fees||Intake||More Details|
|Pre MBA to join Continue at University of British Colombia||6 months||16+||6||July, August|
|Intensive 6 weeks summer pre-university Academic English course||6 Weeks||16+||1,2||July, August|
|Two week summer certificate at Toronto University||2 Weeks||16+||3||July, August|
|Pathway to Algoma University||2 years (1st year Online + 2nd year Campus)||16+||3||September|
|Visa Name||Documents Needed||Visa Application Fees|
|Temporary Work Permits for Canada||
job offer from an employer
|Canadian Experience Class (CEC) Visa||
One year full Time Experience
References from Employer
Academic and Vocational Qualifications
|Skilled Worker Visa||
Passport, Academic and Vocational Qualifications, Experience, References, Language Qualification
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Talented individuals from around the world are drawn to Canada for its diversity, prestigious education system, and cosmopolitan cities. Offering a wide-range of degree programs in numerous fields and disciplines, Canada is amongst the most popular study abroad destinations. Plus, almost every program is taught in English, which grants a variety of choice for native speakers and the chance to practice for non-native speakers who want to perfect their skills. The Canadian education system offers three degrees: bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees. As an international student, you are welcome to complete all or part of your education in Canada. Like other countries, there are both public and private universities. Tuition fees for public universities average between 7,500 and 22,500 CAD per year, while tuition for private universities tend to be much higher. With few exceptions, degrees earned in Canada are internationally recognized. A vast majority of degree programs in Canada are taught in English. Therefore, students from countries where English is not the native language will have to prove their English proficiency through either the TOEFL® or IELTS™. That being said, studying abroad in Canada is also a great way to improve your English language skills. Practice speaking with locals to perfect your skills while also making new, international friends. Plus, if you plan on staying in Canada after your studies, proficiency in English will definitely be a requirement.
Country Name: Canada
Currency: Canadian Dollar
Monthly Maintenance: CAN$1,059
Life in Country:
Canada has a well-deserved reputation for being one of the friendliest places on earth. Not only that but it’s also considered to be one of the safest places to live. If you’re looking for the benefits of moving or immigrating to Canada, you won’t have to look very far.
Whilst most countries have shut their immigration programmes down due to the coronavirus pandemic, Canada has been quick to open migration opportunities in 2021. They are encouraging more skilled people to move to Canada to help bolster the economy.
Family friendly and laid-back, Canada was ranked 9th overall on the 2020 HSBC Expat Explorer Survey (1st for cultural values), as one of the best countries to move to. In addition, three of Canada’s cities recently made the top ten of Economist’s Global Liveability Survey – Calgary was ranked 5th, Vancouver 6th and Toronto 7th.
So why is Canada so popular? And do so many expats and migrants find it one of the most attractive countries in world in which to live and work?
It’s long been a country for people who want to live in a place where clean air, good living standards and safe streets are a priority and that’s what you get when you go to Canada. A safe place to live, amongst people who have strong values and ambition.