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Population: 34.7 million (UN, 2012)
Capital: Ottawa
Largest city: Toronto
Area: 9.9 million sq km (3.8 million sq miles)
Major languages: English, French (both official)
Major religion: Christianity
Life expectancy: 79 years (men), 83 years (women) (UN)
Monetary unit: 1 Canadian dollar = 100 cents
Main exports: Machinery and equipment, automotive products, metals and plastics, forestry products, agricultural and fishing products, energy products
GNI per capita: US $45,550 (World Bank, 2011)
International dialling code: +1

Advantages of Studying in Canada

  • Qualifications Valued Around the World
  • Affordable Education
  • Multicultural Society
  • Healthy and Safe Communities
  • World-Class Language Education
  • Exciting Campus Lifestyle
  • Innovative and Abundant Research Opportunities
  • Land of Possibilities
  • Possibility of Immigration

Canada is an immense country. It is very diverse in its people, its landscape, its climate, and its way of life. However, Canadians do share the same important values. These values guide and influence much of our everyday life. These are values of pride, a belief in equality and diversity and respect for all individuals in society. Women, men, children and seniors are all equally respected in Canada. Canadians may be different from each other but it is these shared values that make Canada a friendly, caring, peace loving and secure society in which to live.

For nine consecutive years (1994-2002), a United Nations survey found Canada to be among the top three places in the world to live. Conducted every year, the survey evaluates quality of life in 174 countries, using over 200 performance indicators. Canada earned particularly high marks for its access to education, high life expectancy (due to universal health care system); and low crime and violence rates. Canada continues to remain in the top five on the list. In addition, Canada’s largest cities — Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal — have been recognized as world-class cities in which to live and work, for their cleanliness and safety and for their cultural activities and attractive lifestyles.

Universities & Colleges

institution-logo-1612University of Windsor
The University of Windsor is a comprehensive, student-centred university, with more than 16,500 students enrolled in a broad range of undergraduate and graduate programs including several professional schools such as Law, Business, Engineering, Educa…
institution-logo-1640Vancouver Island University
Known as a centre of excellence for teaching, applied research and learning, Vancouver Island University (VIU) is producing quality graduates that are in demand by employers across the country and around the world. With roots that date back to 193…
institution-logo-1694Mount Allison University – New Brunswick
175 years of excellence Mount Allison University beautiful and historically rich campus is nestled on the Tantramar marshes in the heart of Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada. The University attracts some of the most talented and creative minds …
institution-logo-1683University of Quebec at Trois Rivieres
UQTR was created in 1969 with the merger of the Centre d Etudes universitaires de Trois-Rivieres and “Lecole normale dEtat Maurice Duplessis (named after Maurice Duplessis). The first major campus, Ringuet, was opened in 1973 and is located in the vi…
institution-logo-1638University of Northern British Columbia
Located in the spectacular landscape of northern British Columbia, UNBC is one of Canada’s best small universities. We have a passion for teaching, discovery, people, the environment, and the north. UNBC provides outstanding undergraduate and grad…
institution-logo-1610Brock University
We nurture both sides of the brain Our unique philosophy takes students beyond the pursuit of academic excellence. Brock is a place where left-brain and right-brain thinking come together. Students develop rational/analytical thinking in concer…
institution-logo-1671Royal Roads University
Coast Salish Our campus has a story and it starts with the original inhabitants, the Coast Salish people, when they discovered the area and made it their home. The area was ideal for building a community, providing herbs for medicine, a beach and …
institution-logo-1637University of Prince Edward Island
Located on 140 acres in Charlottetown, the birthplace of Confederation, the University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI) has a rich history with roots in two predecessor institutions: Prince of Wales College (est. 1834) and St. Dunstan\’s University (es…
institution-logo-1608University of Regina
The University of Reginas main campus and historic original College Avenue campus, covering 930 acres, provide an attractive study and work environment for our students, faculty and staff. The University is home to 10 faculties and 25 academic
institution-logo-1603University of Manitoba
We believe that education has a transformative power for students, their families and communities. We strive to be an active contributor to finding solutions to the challenges faced by our province and its citizens. We do not believe we should work i…
institution-logo-1989Kingswood University
Bethany Bible College was founded in October 1945, in Woodstock, New Brunswick by the Alliance of the Reformed Baptist Church of Canada. Known as the Holiness Bible Institute, its primary purpose was the training of ministers to serve the Reformed Ba…
institution-logo-1983First Nations University of Canada
The First Nations University of Canada (FNUniv) was established in 1976 as the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College (SIFC) through a federated partnership with the University of Regina. Thirty-five years after it was founded “to enhance the quality …
institution-logo-1980St. Mary’s University College
St. Mary’s University College is a Catholic, post-secondary, student-focused Liberal Arts and Sciences teaching and research institution. It offers a variety of degrees including a young but extremely successful Bachelor of Education program.
institution-logo-1978Crandall University
In the late 1940s, the United Baptist Convention became concerned about the young people who were leaving Atlantic Canada for a Bible college education. In spite of the fact that the denomination had a University in Wolfville, NS, there was an area o…
institution-logo-1964St. Stephen\’s University
On July 15, 1975, six brave students and a small group of faculty and staff launched St. Stephen’s University. From the beginning, we have seen the difference between training and transformation. Training has its place. But at its best, education not…
institution-logo-1909Yorkville University
It is an honour for me to preside over the development of a young, dynamic, and innovative university hosting a variety of practitioner oriented degree and diploma programs, graduate level and undergraduate level, offered in a delivery format designe…
institution-logo-1881The King’s University College
Bigger on the inside – that’s a great description of The King’s University College. At first glance, King’s may look like an “ordinary” small university. Here you’ll find professors who know a lot about their field of study and love to talk about …
institution-logo-1877University of King’s College
While other universities were under discussion at the time, the University of Kings College, founded in Windsor, NS, in 1789, was the first university to be established in English Canada. The college was the first to accept and graduate students, to …
institution-logo-1874Redeemer University College
As early as the mid-1950s an attempt was made to begin a university institution with a Reformed perspective in Ontario. However, it was not until early 1975 that a detailed investigation was undertaken by a feasibility study committee. The result of …
institution-logo-1872University of Saint-Boniface
Universite de Saint-Boniface (USB) is a French-language post-secondary institution in the province of Manitoba, Canada. USB offers general and specialized university degree programs as well as technical and professional training to a wide variety of …
institution-logo-1868University of Sainte-Anne
The Universite Sainte-Anne is the only post-secondary institution in French in Nova Scotia. It welcomes students from across Atlantic Canada and around the world. Programs in business administration, education, humanities, pure sciences, as well as …
institution-logo-1864University of Quebec at Rimouski
From the beginning, UQAR has sought to train people who will actively contribute to building a better world and has devoted itself to creating and spreading universal knowledge. After several decades, the results speak for themselves: over 32,000 gra…
institution-logo-1794Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University (NSCAD)
One of Canadas oldest independent cultural institutions, NSCAD University continues to be regarded as a principal centre for education and research in visual culture in North America. Part of our appeal is the ever-present relationship of the old …
institution-logo-1793St. Thomas University
The origin of St. Thomas University dates back to 1910. At that time, the Most Reverend Thomas F. Barry, Bishop of Chatham, invited the Basilian Fathers of Toronto to assume charge of an institution in Chatham, New Brunswick, providing education for …
institution-logo-1792Canadian Mennonite University
Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) is an Anabaptist Christian university, located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Chartered by the Province of Manitoba in 1998, CMU builds on a foundation of over fifty years of Mennonite higher education in the province, ….
institution-logo-1760Ontario College of Art and Design, OCAD University
ABOUT OCAD UNIVERSITY OCAD University has more depth and breadth in visual arts and design programs than any school of its kind in Canada. OCAD U offers its students a unique environment that combines studio-based learning with critical inquiry.
institution-logo-1757Cape Breton University
CBU traces its roots to 1951 when the “St. Francis Xavier University Sydney Campus”, also referred to as “Xavier Junior College” (XJC), was opened in downtown Sydney as a satellite campus of St. Francis Xavier University. Growth during the 1950s saw …
institution-logo-1756Grant MacEwan University
Established in 1971, MacEwan University was named after Dr. J.W. Grant MacEwan, author, educator and former lieutenant governor of Alberta. MacEwan became an accredited degree-granting institution in 2004 and offers baccalaureate degrees in arts,