Why Study in Canada at ECA Global Partner Universities?
• The degree awarded from the university and college is worldwide recognized.
• Canada has one of the best educational systems in the world and this combined with its wonderful multicultural cosmopolitan attitude makes it an excellent destination for international students to come and further their education.
• Degrees from Canadian institutes are internationally recognized
• Canada is a very safe, stable country and has an excellent health care system, and the educational and living costs are relatively low compared to other English speaking countries, so this is an ideal place for international students to come and enhance their learning.
• There are more than 150,000 international students who go to Canada every year to study. International students bring a rich culture to the classrooms.
• Canadian universities and colleges are respected worldwide for their high quality of education.
• Tuition fees for international students in Canada, and the cost of living, are among the lowest in the world.
• Eligible students can gain valuable Canadian work experience through off campus employment.
• Canada ranks among the most multicultural nations in the world. Regardless of ethnic origin, students feel at home in our diverse communities and campuses.
• According to the United Nations, Canada offers one of the highest standards for quality of life in the world.
More information on Canada
• Canada is a federation of ten provinces & three territories
• It is a multicultural country and is considered to be a safe, clean and peaceful country
• Canada has been ranked as one of best place to live on the globe according to the United Nations and is the second largest country in world after Russia
• Canada is a geographically vast country and offers diverse cultures within its borders
• Education in Canada is provided, funded and overseen by provincial and local governments.
• Education constitutionally provincial responsibility and rigorously guarded
• International education/student recruitment increasing priority
• Provincial policy approach mainly “holistic” but with strong international student recruitment emphasis
Definitions of degrees
• Bachelors or Undergraduate
Undergraduate programs leading to a bachelor’s degree generally require three or four years of full-time study, depending on the province.
• Master’s or Graduate Studies or Post Graduate Diploma
Master’s degrees generally require at least 2 years of full-time studies including a thesis (a long essay based on original research), practicum or research paper.
• Doctoral, or PhD
Doctoral programs require a minimum of 2-5 years of full-time study