It’s a well-known fact that Canada is one of the best countries to study in. It is home to some of the top rated universities in the world today. Every year, millions of international students apply for student visas and scholarships to win the opportunity to study at one of its Universities. It offers some of the best and most qualitative programs and study conditions.
Canada also provides some cheaper and better study options and many wonderful opportunities to continue living there for everyone who graduates. Getting a permanent residency in Canada, especially if you have already lived there during your college years, can sometimes be easier than you think.
If you’re planning to study in Canada, here are the tops rated universities to choose from:
- University of Toronto
It is the first university funded in the Upper Canada and is controlled by Church of England. It has 12 colleges and with unique features and historical values. It is the first university in Canada to reach 1 billion Canadian $ in endowment! Over 15% of all the students currently studying there are international.
- McGill University
Did you know that McGill University is the first and only Canadian university represented in the World Economic Forum’s Global University Leaders Forum along with the top 26 leader universities form all over the world? Founded in 1821, it is also rated as one of the most beautiful campuses in the world! It is the University of more than 40,000 Students each year and it offers more than 300 different degrees.
- University of British Colombia
It is one of the best universities in Canada with more than 50,000 full time students. It has also the country’s largest nuclear physics laboratory and it is divided into 12 faculties located in Vancouver and another seven located in Kelowna.
- University of Montreal
It is a francophone university and also, the second largest one in Canada. It has more than 50,000 student and more than 25% are International. Its main campus is located on the slope of Mount Royal. Undergraduate and postgraduate students are both represented by a student’s union.
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