Canada - University Counseling


The climate can vary extremely depending on where you are in Canada, which makes discussions about lifestyle central when it comes to applications to Canadian universities. Increasing job opportunities and the existence of consistently top-ranked programmes have made Canada a desired country for prospective university students. A solid GPA, enrolling in internationally accepted programmes such as the IB Diploma Program, and performing well on standardized tests such as the SAT, ACT, IELTS and TOEFL will surely help you make successful applications. The fact that Canada has two official languages – English and French – means that you can learn a second language, although your language of instruction will usually be one of the two. A major advantage of going to Canada for university is that you can study for 20 hours a week. If you want to continue living and working in Canada, a diploma from a Canadian university will help you in many ways.

Which Canadian university would you like to study at? Let us help you decide!