Canadian education is less costly and internationally recognized. The number of international students studying in Canada has doubled since 2008 because of the Canadian system’s versatility and diversity of educational programs. Below is the list of post-secondary education programs and their duration.
|Different education programs after secondary education||Duration|
|Advanced Diploma||2-3 years|
|Bachelor’s Degree||4 years full-time study|
|Post-Graduate Diploma or Certificates||1-2 years|
|Master’s Degree||1-2 years|
|Doctorate or Ph.D.||4-7 years|
Many designated colleges in Canada offering only short-term courses such as diplomas and certificate programs to a certain standard. International students can opt for those programs as well.
Language needs: Out of Canada’s two official languages, English and French, students should know any of the languages compulsorily. One can also select language courses offered by Canadian universities.
Top courses: The most popular Canadian courses are business management and finance, computer science, engineering and technology, health and medicine, humanities and social sciences, biological and life sciences, media and journalism, tourism and hospitality.