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Academic excellence is a hallmark of Canadian education, and Canadian universities and colleges consistently place high on international rankings. Canada also attracts top international faculty because of its investments in cutting-edge research in areas such as medical science, pharmaceuticals, information technology and artificial intelligence, among others.
Canada welcomes over 200,000 international students every year, recognizing that they contribute significantly to the economy and support jobs across the country. Canadian institutions are recognized worldwide for quality and affordability. Graduates benefit from globally-recognized credentials. broad program choices. international networking opportunities. multicultural exposure. exceptional healthcare, and valuable Canadian work experiences .
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A study permit is a document allowing students to study in institutions approved by a provincial or territorial government to host international students.
Students must meet requirements such as admission to an approved institution, proof of financial support for tuition and living expenses, medical examination, criminal checks, among others.
On arrival in Canada, travelers will meet a border services officers and immigration officers who will make sure basic requirements to enter Canada are met.
Some of these requirements are: passport, visa, valid letter of acceptance, and ensuring that travelers are not inadmissible to Canada.
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With the cost of study around the world going up, many students look for financial aid to support themselves. There are a variety of financial aid options available to students to study in Canada, including scholarships, grants, awards, and bursaries, among others. A scholarship is money to help reduce the financial burden of post-secondary education, and can be used to pay for tuition and other expenses such as books,, housing, or anything else needed. It is free because it doesn't have to be repaid.
Scholarships can be based on merit, factors such as a minimum GPA , volunteer experience, financial need and other factors. They are often offered by post-secondary institutions, companies, charities, provincial or federal governments, employers, and others,