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                       A guide for international students

                       

                      Canada's universities share a key strength: their high quality. Canadian universities have a long record of providing an accessible university education to students from across Canada and around the world. Reflecting the rich history many cultures and traditions, Canadian universities offer a mix of opportunities in a variety of educational settings.

                      The following institutions welcome international students and would love to hear from you:

                       

                       

                       

                      Intensive English Language Learning in Canada

                      The Intensive English Language Program at Brock University offers quality instruction in five skills: Reading, Listening, Writing, Speaking and Grammar- Read More

                       

                       

                      Study Law in Canada

                      UBC Law has been educating leaders in the legal, social and political arenas for over half a century. Our graduates are distinguished by the unique advantages our Faculty of Law offers - Read More

                       

                       

                      The Edwards School of Business MBA Program

                      The MBA Program has a long-standing history of business education excellence; due to our continual evolution, is one of the most innovative Master of Business Administration programs in the country - Read More

                       

                       

                      Study for a Master of Engineering in Internetworking in Canada

                      Internetworking is a multidisciplinary area which requires knowledge and skills in the related areas of engineering, communications....- Read More

                       

                       

                      Theological Schools in Canada

                      Master of Arts (Biblical/Theological Studies), Master of Arts (Christian Studies), Master of Arts in Intercultural Ministries, Master of Arts in Leadership and Ministry, Master of Divinity - Read More

                       

                       

                      University and College Entrance Preparation Program

                      Yellowhead Tribal College, a center offering accredited post-secondary courses, certificates, diplomas, and degrees through recognized colleges and universities- Read More

                       

                       

                      Master of Science in Management

                      The Master of Science in Management degree meets a growing need in graduate management education. Unlike a traditional MBA that focuses on development of functional knowledge and skills- Read More

                       

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                      English programs in  Canada

                      Intensive classes! Modern campus! Free activities! International friends! These are just some of the reasons why international students choose English Language Centre (ELC) programs to improve their English skills- Read More

                       

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                      Brandon University

                       

                      Study in Manitoba Canada

                      New, interesting, exciting and innovative programs, including our Bachelor of Fine Arts, Applied Disaster & Emergency Studies, Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science, Bachelor of Indigenous Health and Human Services, Master of Psychiatric Nursing and our internationally renowned School of Music - Read More

                       



                      The 89 Universities that are members of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada are located across the country, with institutions in every Canadian province. Taken together, they offer a wide range of courses.

                      In addition to universities, Canada's postsecondary system includes 175 community colleges, which respond to the training needs of business, industry and the public service, as well as the educational needs of vocationally oriented secondary school graduates. These colleges, also known as institutes of technology, university colleges or CEGEPS, historically offered diplomas and certificates rather than degrees. Today, some offer degrees themselves, and a number offer university transfer programs or provide programs jointly with neighboring universities.

                      A Range of Choices

                      Canadian universities provide a full spectrum of undergraduate and graduate degree programs, with faculty undertaking research of national and international importance.

                      Universities in Canada range from large urban, multi-campus and research-intensive universities, offering a wide range of undergraduate, graduate and professional programs, to small liberal arts colleges with a focus on undergraduate education. Others provide specialized professional programs in fields such as business, engineering, art and design or agriculture.

                      You will find that Canada is nothing if not diverse! University colleges represent a new model for postsecondary education, combining practical vocational programs with more theoretical offerings. Since Canada is a bilingual country, our universities demonstrate this by offering instruction in English, French, or even both!

                      Three universities are devoted entirely to distance education - a field in which Canada, a country of vast spaces and outstanding achievements in telecommunications, is a world leader. In fact, most universities in Canada offer a wide selection of courses through distance education, with formats ranging from traditional print or audiotape correspondence courses, to teleconference or computer conferences. Support systems for students who study at a distance are common, including counseling and study skills seminars, tutorial assistance by phone, fax or computer, and direct online links to campus libraries.

                      A Reputation for Excellence

                      Canadian universities have earned an international reputation for excellence. Their faculty have recognized research and teaching strengths in areas such as computer sciences, business (including MBA programs), health sciences, law, ocean studies, natural resources and agriculture.

                       

                       

                      In addition to their teaching, universities play a vital role in their local communities, offering concerts and plays, day care centres, sports and fitness facilities, lectures, museums, on-campus radio stations and art galleries open to all. Research is central to the mission of Canadian universities. In fact, 25% of Canada's research capacity is found in our universities - a far higher proportion than most others countries. Universities in Canada employ about one-third of the country's PhDs, who spearhead the national research effort. Students at Canadian universities are frequently involved in research projects, often during their early undergraduate years. Professors see research as an integral component to their classroom teaching. Canadian university research has yielded a wealth of innovations as important as insulin, Pablum, the artificial pacemaker, improved strains of wheat, and the identification of the genetic causes of diseases such as cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy and Lou Gehrig's disease. Today, Canadian researchers are world leaders in areas such as helping people cope with pain and stress, improving human memory, pulp and paper chemistry, dealing with the impact of technology in the workplace, and finding new treatments for cancer, osteoporosis and arthritis.

                      The System in Profile

                      Universities in Canada operate under provincial government charters. There is no formal system of university-wide institutional accreditation. Instead, membership of AUCC, in conjunction with the university's provincial government charter, is seen as serving in lieu of institutional accreditation, both in Canada and abroad. In addition, graduate programs and professional schools such as law, nursing, medicine and engineering have rigorous discipline-specific accreditation procedures. Computer science is also developing its own accreditation system.

                      There are currently 500, 000 full-time undergraduates at Canadian universities, 200, 000 part-time undergraduates, 75, 000 full-time and 40, 000 part-time graduate students. Student profiles have changed dramatically over the past decade, with more older students, more women and a greater multicultural mix. The social sciences remain by far the largest field of study in Canada, followed by education and the humanities. Biochemistry and computer science have been among the fastest growing disciplines at the bachelor's level in the last five years, closely followed by nursing, sociology and psychology. A wide range of student services is offered by most universities, including special tutoring in writing and math skills, help in finding off-campus housing, academic, career or personal counseling, and health services.

                      Many universities provide support to students with special needs, including single parents, women, those with physical, sensory or learning disabilities, aboriginal students, part-time students, gays and lesbians, mature students, and students of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Special programs are also often available to help first-year students improve their chances for success at university. Some offer for-credit courses aimed at integrating students to university life and studies. Many universities provide such assistance on an on-going basis throughout the academic year, with workshops in areas such as essay and exam writing, study and research skills.

                      A Lasting Reward

                      A university education translates into new skills, better job prospects and higher salaries. University graduates also have a better chance at promotion throughout their career, better health and benefit packages, as well as better pension plans. Clearly, the rewards of a university education last a lifetime.

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