Study in Canada

  • Canada’s education system is maintained to a high standard by each of the provinces or territories.Canada’s education system draws students from all over the world to study. There were 336,497 international students in Canada in 2014, representing an 83% increase since 2008, and an increase of 10% over the previous year.Combining the great outdoors with great student cities, Canada holds its own among the world’s leading study destinations.

    There are over 90 universities in Canada, of which 17 are private. As is common elsewhere, Canadian universities offer three levels of degree: bachelor’s (usually lasting four years), master’s (requiring an additional year or two) and doctorate (usually an additional three years).

    Canada also has around 150 colleges – also known as community colleges, technical colleges, regional colleges or CÉGEPs (in Québec) – which offer short courses and diplomas. In addition, the country has a long history of specialized career colleges, which seek to prepare students for specific vocations.

    A total of 26 Canadian universities feature in the QS World University Rankings® 2016-2017, including three within the global top 50. These are McGill University (30th), the University of Toronto (32nd) and the University of British Columbia (45th).

List of Colleges

  • Niagara College - Ontario & Toronto

    Georgian College - Ontario & Toronto

    Fanshawe College - Ontario & Toronto

    Fleming College - Ontario & Toronto

    St Clair College - Ontario & Toronto

    Conestoga college - Ontario & Toronto

    Sheridan College - Ontario & Toronto

    Seneca College - Ontario & Toronto

    George Brown College - Ontario & Toronto

    Centennial College - Ontario & Toronto

    Cambrian College - Ontario & Toronto

    Lambton College - Ontario & Toronto

    Mohawk College - Ontario & Toronto

    Canadore College - Ontario & Toronto

    Northern College of applied Arts and Technology - Ontario & Toronto

    St Lawrence College - Ontario & Toronto

    Humber College - Ontario & Toronto

    Stouffville College - Ontario & Toronto

    Algonquin College - Ottawa

    Confederation College of applied arts and technology - Thunder Bay

    Fairleigh Dickinson University - British Columbia & Vancouver

    University Canada West - British Columbia & Vancouver

    Columbia college - British Columbia & Vancouver

    Fraser International College - British Columbia & Vancouver

    Malaspina University / Vancouver Island University - British Columbia & Vancouver

    Thomson Rivers University - British Columbia & Vancouver

    Alexander College - British Columbia & Vancouver

    College of Rockies - British Columbia & Vancouver

    Dorset College - British Columbia & Vancouver

    Sprott Shaw College - British Columbia & Vancouver

    University of Frazer valley - British Columbia & Vancouver

    Camosun College - British Columbia & Vancouver

    Northern Lights College - British Columbia & Vancouver

    NYIT- Newyork Institute of technology (only management program) - British Columbia & Vancouver

    BCIT- British Columbia Institute of technology - British Columbia & Vancouver

    Douglas College - British Columbia & Vancouver

    Vancouver Community College - British Columbia & Vancouver

    Okanagan College - British Columbia & Vancouver

    Selkirk College - British Columbia & Vancouver

    Royal Roads University - British Columbia & Vancouver

    SAIT - Calgary/Alberta

    NAIT - Calgary/Alberta

    Bow Valley College - Calgary/Alberta

    Mc Ewan University - Calgary/Alberta

    Devry Institute of technology - Calgary/Alberta

    Dalhousie University - Nova Scotia

    Cape Breton University - Nova Scotia

    Saskatchewan Institute of applied and science technology (SIAST) - Saskatchewan

    Park Land College - Saskatchewan

    Red River College - Manitoba

    Mount Alison University (UG program only) - Manitoba