Education
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novembre 23rd, 2015

Education

Study permit:

If you intend on studying in Canada for less than 6 months, you will need to apply for a Study Permit. Read more.

Learn French:

Speaking French can assist you in getting a job or a place in a university that has stringent requirements. There are many testing centres and private institutions that can assist you in learning the language. Read more.

Evaluate credentials:

If you have studied outside of Canada and wish to continue your studies in Canada, you will need to have your credentials evaluated by an authoritative company or the university or college itself. Read more.

High School Courses and Choices:

High school students have many decisions to make when it comes to choosing the right subjects and course work that will allow them to excel in their future studies. Read more.

Choose a Post-Secondary School:

Choosing the right path to your future success at a post-secondary institution is often confusing, which is why we have selected a few key factors to assist you in making your decision. Read more.

Top universities:

Education is well-funded and governed in Canada, which is why thousands of international students decide to study at the prestigious universities, colleges and trade schools across the country every year. Globally rated, the top institutions have been ranked for the 2015/2016 school year and many of Canada’s top universities rank in the top 100 worldwide. Read more.

Universities in Canada:

There are hundreds of universities and colleges across Canada. Find the institution of your dreams in the province and city of your choice here. Read more.

College and university admission:

There will be different application processes for each university, college or trade school with various requirements set by the institution. It is recommended that you start your applications as soon as possible. Read more.

College versus university:

There are many differences between colleges and universities in terms of the different courses provided, quality and availability of facilities and the types of qualifications. Read more.

Choose the right university or college:

Making this decision can often be confusing and stressful, though there are a few factors that can help you choose the right place for you. Read more.

How to apply for admission:

Staying up to date on the application dates for your chosen university or college is essential, and it is recommended that you start applying 4-6 months before the application date. Read more.

English Literacy Development:

Learning to speak English in Canada is essential and if you are lacking these skills as a young child, adolescent or adult, there are opportunities to learn the language in a supportive environment. Read more.

Special Education:

If your child is struggling in school and needs some extra attention, there are many programs in Canada that can assess and assist children and parents. Read more.

Counselling services:

Schools in Canada consider a holistic approach when dealing with students, from their social well-being to their learning capabilities. Providing a supportive system at school is encouraged and many programs have been implemented to assist students. Read more.

 

Extracurricular activities:

Active kids who attend after-school sports and cultural activities are often able to develop skills and talents that can assist them in the future. Organised by the schools and private companies, these activities usually take place after school. Read more.