University of Toronto, University of British Columbia , and McGill University are ranked in the top 50 of Times Higher Education (THE) 2017-2018 World University Rankings. Three other Canadian universities, McMaster University, Université de Montréal, and University of Alberta, are in the top 200. [Read more…]
The new school year has begun! Between choosing your class schedule and planning your orientation event schedule, there are some important things to consider as an international student arriving in Canada for the first time. Canadian immigration law requires international students to arrive in Canada with valid and complete documentation. For this purpose, Canada Study News has prepared this short guide to help you navigate your arrival to Canada. [Read more…]
A new study indicates that graduates who choose to study and work in Canada earn more after graduation if they have a greater understanding of the labour market of their chosen field of study, have a stronger language proficiency, and develop contacts in the workforce. [Read more…]
The popular program will continue to work closely with a new group of graduating students from various backgrounds to help them settle in Nova Scotia through comprehensive career transition training and support. [Read more…]
Two graduates of the University of Waterloo, Rita Huang and Natalie Yang, have created a link between the technology sector in the Kitchener-Waterloo region in Ontario, Canada and technology enthusiasts, entrepreneurs, and students back home in China.
After completing their undergraduate studies in China, both Huang and Yang decided to pursue a Master’s degree in ‘Digital Media Experience Innovation’ at the University of Waterloo, where 37 percent of graduate students come from abroad. [Read more…]
Global Affairs Canada and the Federal Agency for Support and Evaluation of Graduate Education (CAPES) of Brazil are offering scholarships that will give professors and graduates from both countries the opportunity to conduct team-based research in the other country. [Read more…]
Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Chrystia Freeland, has announced that Canada will provide CAD $10 million over a five-year period to support post-secondary students and mid-career professionals from Southeast Asia to gain access to world-class education in Canada.
Minster Freeland announced the new scholarship on August 6 at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) regional forum in Manila, Philippines. [Read more…]