There are about 280 post-secondary institutions in Canada. These universities and colleges offer many courses for all different levels of post-secondary education such as PhD, Masters, Degree, Diploma and Post-secondary certificates. Given the huge selection, choosing the right school/course is usually one of the biggest challenges in the pre-study part of your study in Canada plan. There are many options out there and there is no school/course that is perfect for everyone.
To help you find the right course, you will need to figure out what is most important to you:
Future Career Prospects
Shortlist a few schools/courses that meet your priorities.
Go through your shortlist and evaluate them
Pros and Cons
What do students/graduates say about them
Our recommendation is to do your research early. If you are looking at next September’s admission, you should start doing your research by this September. Admission to popular courses and schools tend to be very competitive and it helps to submit your application way before the application deadline as many schools practise early and rolling admissions.
For those who just started reading our 8-part Study in Canada blog, here is the list of topics that we are covering:
How to find the right course/school in Canada?
How much does it cost to study in Canada?
Deadlines to note
Visa & Study Permit Application
Post Arrival Plan
Are you thinking of furthering your studies in Canada? Follow us facebook, twitter or instagram to be notified when we released on our next blog on “Study in Canada – Part 4 – How much does it cost to study in Canada?”. Please feel free to comment or chat with us if you are already planning to come to Canada and would like to engage our assistance on any part of the process.