Canada Study News would like to wish a big congratulations to all the students graduating this week! This is the time to recognise years of hard work, as students across Canada collect their diplomas and degrees. In all the excitement, thinking about the next steps can seem less important. However, it is crucial for international students to stay informed about their options for working and staying in Canada after graduation. [Read more…]
Archives for May 2017
Maclean’s magazine has conducted its second annual student survey, asking more than 17,000 university students across Canada to give their opinions on a range of education topics including student life, exams, career preparation, and more. Read on to find out more about the top ten universities for career preparation, according to students. [Read more…]
Summer is festival season in Canada, with hundreds of events on offer across the country. Whether you’re working during the summer vacation, or taking extra classes, take a break and check out some of these iconic Canadian festivals featuring music, food, dance, theatre, sport, and more. [Read more…]
In recent months, various media sites have repeatedly featured reports of a surging interest in Canada as an international study destination. This interest heightened further in the weeks following the election of Donald Trump as the President of the United States in November, 2016. However, it was unclear at the time whether this well-publicised increase in interest and applications would translate into actual increases in international students in Canada. Now, it is clear that this is the case, as institutions across Canada have reported significant increases in international student enrolment for the 2017/2018 academic year. [Read more…]
A new ranking of higher education systems worldwide shows Canada continues to be a leader in post-secondary education. The country came seventh worldwide in the 2017 Universitas 21 (U21) Ranking of National Higher Education Systems, a report that ranks 50 national higher education systems in four areas: Resources, Environment, Output, and Connectivity. [Read more…]
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Ontario’s community college network, established in the late 1960s after the province’s Ministry of Education passed a bill to create an accessible post-secondary education system as an alternative to universities. To this day, publicly-funded community colleges across the province continue to provide a high standard in academic and vocational training. Read on to learn more about Ontario’s community colleges, and the advantages of choosing a college education in Canada.
On May 1, 2017, the province of Ontario reopened the International Masters Graduate and International PhD Graduate streams of the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) for the second time in 2017. In a testament to the popularity of these streams, the International Masters Graduate stream reached its intake limit that same day. These popular Canadian immigration streams offer a route to permanent residence for eligible individuals who have studied in Ontario. [Read more…]