The choice of a university or college in Canada could be the most important decision a prospective student has yet faced. Choosing the right post-secondary institution can determine a student’s academic success, and their enjoyment of the student experience. With so many options, and so much information available, it can be difficult to know where to start.
To help the process, CanadaVisa.com has recently updated its comprehensive School Search tool for 2017. School Search provides a centralized, up-to-date database on Canada’s universities and colleges, with profiles on more than 150 institutions across the country.
Study in Canada using School Search
Getting started with School Search is simple. To find a specific college or university, or to browse by location start typing an institution name, a province, or a city, and School Search will suggest results.
It is also possible to browse all institutions, or to browse universities or colleges separately. Click the links below the search bar to explore further.
Each profile features detailed information about the institution, including:
- Tuition fees;
- Admission requirements;
- Tips on student life and the surroundings of the institution;
- Services for international students;
- Popular study programs, and more.
When you think you’ve found the right institution for you, School Search provides contact details for each institution so you can get started with the next step towards studying in Canada.
Still don’t know where to start? Use the Canada Study and Immigration Options to find inspiration.
Get started with CanadaVisa School Search today.
International students and post-graduate workers in Canada can join the CanadaVisa Study Hub for a chance to win a $500 scholarship. Members also get access to exclusive notifications, tools and resources to help maximize their time in Canada and pursue a pathway to permanent residence.
If you want to discover your options for studying in Canada, or staying in Canada after graduation, complete the free CanadaVisa Study Pathway Assessment Form.
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