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Introduction About Canada

Study in Canada

Canada Education System

Student Work Permit

A Multicultural Society

Life in Canada

How does the Career Maker service work?

Study in Canada
Canada remains a favorite study destination for over 130,000 students every year. Canada is a big country with some of the world’s most astonishing places to see. Canada is not only highly industrialized but at the same time close to various natural habitats. It also has a top-notch higher education system that provides many Canadians the intellect and perspectives that they possess. Canada also has mixture of cultures and because of its diverse background and cosmopolitan population, Canada becomes the ultimate destination for students. It provides many ‘international’ benefits and experiences to foreign students like the varied ethnic background from Europe, Asia and Americas itself. Canada is a free and democratic society. The Canadian constitution, called the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, guarantees everyone the rights to equality, mobility, freedom of speech, assembly and association. People around the world consider Canada a generous, peaceful and compassionate nation. Canadians are viewed as honest, friendly and polite.

Canada Education System
The structure of Canadian education system includes kindergarten, elementary/junior high/middle school, secondary/high school and post-secondary education. Education in Canada is administered by each provincial and territorial government hence there are some differences between the education systems in each province and territory. All provinces and territories offer free and universal elementary and secondary schooling for 12 years, except Quebec where it is up to 11 years. Education is mandatory to the age of between 15 and 18, based on the province.

Student Work Permit
Students are limited to 20 hours work per week while classes are in session, they may work full time during holiday periods. Work rights are intended only to supplement a student's income and should not be viewed as the sole source of funds. Students intended to apply for student visas should have IELTS score. For TAFE, students should have 5.5 IELTS band for undergraduate and 6.0 bands for Master's. Canada offers many opportunities for international students. Canada's standard of living and education system are among the highest in the world. To study and obtain an Canadian qualification would be the best investment for your career

A Multicultural Society
Canada is a country composed of immigrants from practically every country in the world. Canada's success is largely due to the contributions made by these immigrants. Each year, Canada welcomes between 200,000 to 250,000 new immigrants. The diversified backgrounds and cultures are what makes Canada unique. Multiculturalism is promoted to help maintain this unique "melting pot".
The Canadian Multiculturalism Act recognizes the cultural diversity and states that all are free to maintain and share the cultural heritage and to participate fully and equally in the national life. Canada has two official languages, English and French. More than 17% of the population speaks a different language. Unlike many countries, Canada accepts dual citizenship. Statistics

Location: North America
Capital City: Ottawa
Main Cities: Toronto, Winnipeg, Vancouver
Population: 32,990,700
Area [sq.km]: 9,976,140
Currency: Canadian dollars ($) (CAD)
Main Languages: English, French, Inuktitut
Main Religions: Roman Catholic, Protestant

Life in Canada
Canada is a large country. The land area of 9,984,670 square kilometers makes it the second biggest country in the world. Canada perhaps is the only country in the world that is rarely in the news for any controversial issues. It is known to be a peace loving and one of the most preferred countries to migrate to. Following are a few fun facts about Canada, that make this country stand apart from the rest.
  1. An interesting fact about Canada is that it\'s the world\'s largest country area wise (including its waters).
  2. It also has the longest coastline in the world, about 243,000 kms in length.
  3. The country shares the world\'s longest common border with the United States of America, which is also the only unprotected border in the world
  4. An interesting fact for kids, is that Canada is widely believed to be the home of Santa Claus.
  5. The belief that the North Pole is owned by Canada is false. No country owns the North Pole.
  6. Canada is also the largest producer of a refreshingly sweet dessert wine called Icewine.
  7. It features in the list of top five world\'s producers of gold, copper, zinc, nickel, aluminum, and natural gas.
  8. It also has the highest tertiary education enrollment in the world, which includes locals as well as international students.
  9. Toronto is the largest city of Canada, with a population of more than 5 million people. Toronto dwellers hold more university degrees than any other big city in the world.
  10. In 1883, the baseball glove was invented in Canada.
  11. Many inventions including basketball, the electric light bulb, the electric range, the electron microscope, the telephone, standard time, the television, and the zipper, and the first snowmobile were invented in this remarkable country.
  12. The Niagara Falls, one of the largest and most popular waterfalls is in Ontario.
  13. Canada is also known to have the highest quality of life in the world, according to the United Nations Human Development Index.
How does the Career Maker service work?
Our counselors will study your profile to see if you meet the minimum university requirements. Once your profile is approved, you can send us the required documents. We will need the originals for verification. The originals will be returned to you after validation. We will study your profile and provide you with a list of universities that match your academic background and interests. We will work with you to select two universities that best match your profile. Once the universities are short-listed, we will send you the application forms of the selected universities. You can complete the forms and send it to us. We will check the form and the required documents and forward the same to the university. We will be tracking your application status and keep you updated on the progress. Once you get an admission, we will start the visa preparation process. We will guide you about the required documents and will prepare you for the visa interview.