Why study in Canada?

Top 6 reasons about study in Canada and why would you think to study in Canada as international student.

Canada is famous for its high-quality education and the lower cost of studying and living in it.

Today, the number of international students in Canada is steadily increasing As of December 31st, Canada hosted nearly 622,000 international students.

Top 6 reasons to start your new studying journey in Canada.

1# Receive Quality education

Colleges and universities in Canada have the excellent academic standards, top professors and top-tier ranking universities, so it shapes incredibly talented graduates.

Canadian education is highly valued all over the world and after you finish your program you will be able to start your career in Canada.

2# You can work during while you study in Canada

The most popular question now days is that: Can I work and study in Canada?

Yes, if you are an international student in Canada, you can work part-time (up-to 20 hours per week).

As a student in Canada, you can work as you study, allowing you to pay your way through university or college all while obtaining crucial work experience.

But to be eligible to work you need to have a valid study permit for international students, be enrolled and actively pursuing your full-time study program at the Designated Learning Institution (DLI). During official school-breaks like summer vacations you are allowed to work full-time (over 20 hours per week). Study and work in Canada is possible and with our experience we can help you in your study pathway.

3# Affordable cost

Compared to neighboring countries such as the United States, Australia or United

Kingdom that offer the same level of education, Canada is has the lowest tuition fees.

A table of financial proof can be found here.

But as the international student yes, you still pay more than Canadian students, but don’t forget that you can work while you study to haven an income during your stay in Canada as explained in the first point.

4# Multicultural Education

According to the International Education Strategy published by the Government of

Canada, international students are present in all levels of education in Canada, so we can assure you that Canada is a welcoming country with a unique multiculturalism. In fact, as of 2019, it is the fourth most popular country for international student enrollment, behind the United States, United Kingdom, and China.

5# Bring your family to Canada

Students can bring their spouses or your common-law partner on a

dependent visa. You will have to provide proof of enough funds to support them. You can find the minimum required funds here.

6# Become a Canadian Permanent Resident

After graduation, if you wish to remain in Canada you will have the option to apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP), lasting up to three years – and subsequently, gain the work experience you need to apply for Permanent Residence of Canada.

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Loujin Khalil
Loujin Khalil

Founder, RCIC-IRB.
LMRT Immigration Services.

Loujin Khalil is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC-IRB) and member of The College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants (CICC).

With expertise in asylum and refugee applications, he represents clients before the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB), covering the Refugee Protection Division, Refugee Appeal Division, Immigration Division, and Immigration Appeal Division.

Areas of Expertise:
• Refugee Claim Applications (complex cases involving multiple nationalities, criminality, and exclusion 1F, 1E issues).
• Business Immigration Programs (Entrepreneur streams, Start-Up Visa…etc.).
• Family, Spousal and parents’ sponsorship.
• Pre-Removal Risk Assessment (PRRA).

For expert immigration consultation in Montreal, contact Loujin Khalil:
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