Benefits of Canada

🇨🇦 A degree obtained from a Canadian university is globally recognized as being equivalent to one obtained from the United States, Great Britain or Australia.

🇨🇦 U of T, UBC and McGill have been ranked in the top 50 schools of the world for 2020 by the globally recognized Times Higher Education publication.

🇨🇦 Living standards and the quality of education in Canada are among the highest in the world. 


🇨🇦 Tuition fees for international students are generally lower than the U.S. and U.K. 


🇨🇦 Many Canadian universities integrate co-op work programs into their undergraduate curriculums, giving students real world experience and industry connections before graduation. 

🇨🇦 Students at Canadian universities have opportunities to learn from global business leaders that work in partnership with schools in specific areas such as:

Banking - RBC, BMO, TD, CIBC, Scotiabank

Aerospace - Bombardier, Airbus, MDA, Collins

Marine Biology - Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Finance/Accounting - Deloitte, PwC, EY, KPMG

Engineering - SNC-Lavalin, Aecon, Ellis-Don, PCL

Oil/Gas - Suncor, CNR, Imperial Oil, Enbridge

Forestry - Canfor, Interfor, Tolko, West Fraser Timber

🇨🇦 Kaylee from NH had this to say about her experience at university in Fredericton, NB.  "I loved attending school in Canada.  It was like I was a mini ambassador from the U.S. for 4 years. When I graduated, I had job offers in two different countries and two different job markets.  Employers in the U.S. placed a lot of value on my international experience".


McGill University, Montreal

Considering Canada? 🇨🇦

Canadian schools offer exceptional academics, a broad range of programs, and excellent value.

🇨🇦 Sue is an alumni of the University of British Columbia and has recently toured 8 universities across Canada. She has a special interest in the value that Canadian schools can offer to students, especially children of Canadian citizens who may be eligible for 'domestic' pricing. 


🇨🇦 The admission process for Canadian schools differs significantly from that of U.S. schools. Contact us to find out more.