Many students come to study abroad with ambitions of securing employment, once they have succeeded in their academics. Unfortunately, that’s not the case for many of the buoyant graduates. Especially in countries like the UK, where an enormous number of International students are faced with disappointments, when comes the time for them to build a career. However, In Canada, all we hear out loud are success stories.
Here are some reasons why that might be the case:
Time it takes to qualify for Citizenship – Unlike the UK and many other countries, where there’s little chance for students of securing a fruitful future, in Canada, however, one becomes eligible to apply for a citizenship, once the period of 4 years of living in the country legally has been completed.
Whereas compared to the UK, it takes 10 years of independent stay before one becomes qualified to apply for a citizenship.
Less Expenses – The UK is one of the most expensive countries in the world. Sometimes, it’s even difficult for students to cope up with the public transportation cost.
Having a personal transport is not at all as economical as it is in Canada. On top of that the pay scale for student jobs is also lower as compared to it is, in Canada. And after the Brexit, projection is, students must challenge the harsh immigration policies.
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