Studying in Canada

The good reasons to study in Canada

Studying in Canada: Canada boasts a high-quality education system.

It is a country with a reputation for excellence both in academics and quality of life.

Indeed, major Canadian cities (such as Toronto, Montreal, etc.) are known for their safety, cleanliness, and attractive lifestyle.

Canada is also a welcoming land. It has always encouraged cultural diversity and immigration.

As for Canadian degrees, they are highly recognized and sought after by the business community.

Diverse and renowned for their high quality, they are coveted by students worldwide.

The various cycles of higher education in Canada:

  • DEC (Diplôme d’études collégiales): Duration between 2 to 3 years, offering either pre-university training or technical training.
  • AEC (Attestation d’études collégiales): Duration between 2 to 6 sessions, offering short technical training programs.
  • DEP (Diplôme d’études professionnelles): Duration between 600 and 1800 hours, prepares for direct entry into the job market.
  • Bachelor’s Degree: Diploma between 3 to 4 years, equivalent to a bachelor’s degree.
  • Master’s Degree: The duration of a master’s degree varies between 1 and 2 years, the program includes a thesis, a dissertation, an internship, or courses.
  • DESS (Diplôme d’études spécialisées): Specialized diploma on a particular theme, open to both students and professionals.
  • Doctorate: Lasts from 3 to 5 years, includes a thesis, which must be based on original and in-depth research in the field of study.

For English-speaking Canada, there are four sessions:

Fall – Winter – Spring – Summer

You can also enroll throughout the year for language courses. It is not necessary to be proficient in English as it can be studied once on site.

The education system in English-speaking Canada is roughly similar to that of the United States. We find universities, colleges, and institutes.

The same goes for degrees: bachelor’s, master’s (MA/MB/MBA), and doctorate.

To enroll in a Canadian university, a strong academic record is necessary. Regarding language, proficiency in one of the two official languages, French and English, is mandatory to attend classes. In the case of choosing an English-speaking Canadian institution, even if you are not very proficient in English, you can still enroll. You will study English once you are there.

Studying in Canada offers considerable advantages. You will gain experience during and after your studies. Additionally, there is the possibility of permanent immigration for foreign students who have obtained a degree from post-secondary programs in Canada.

For your enrollment, you only need to prepare these documents and send them to us. We will take care of the rest.

The documents required are:

  • 3 copies of your passport
  • 3 photos
  • 3 copies of your high school diploma, or if in progress, an attestation of enrollment
  • 3 copies of your transcripts (for grades 5, 6, and high school)
  • 3 copies of your bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) for applicants to postgraduate studies
  • 3 copies of your diploma transcript
  • Letter of motivation
  • Admission and processing fees