Studying in Canada can be a life changing experience. Many around the world think of immigrating to Canada and building a new life for themselves. Often, their starting point is through education. Canada offers a variety of courses and educational opportunities highly regarded in academic circles everywhere.
To many students, their journey in Canada starts with a comprehensive process of applying for visas, schools, financial aid, etc. While there are plenty of resources to help students gather all the information they need to immigrate successfully to Canada, it can be overwhelming sometimes.
This article combines those resources in one place and categorizes them into:
- Schools and Universities,
- Financial Resources,
- Canadian Culture,
- Document Guide,
- and Other resources.
The sources are verified to be authentic and some are even endorsed on the Canandian government’s website. They can help students navigate their new life in Canada easily.
Schools and Universities
The first step toward planning to study in Canada is picking a school of your choice. The following list comprises interactive maps, tools and articles that can help students find colleges and universities that offer courses relevant to them.
This section focuses on available financial resources. These involve information on scholarships, aids, banks in Canada, tax information, and other assistance that an international student might need to learn or prepare for before and during their stay in Canada.
Study costs for international students in Canada
How to choose a bank in Canada
Once the students have reached Canada, often they are faced with a culture shock. It is a different country and a completely new environment after all. These resources are here to prepare students for their assimilation into the Canadian culture and way of living.
Canadian culture – Brief Overview Experiencing Canada
Once the students have figured out their preferred courses and schools, the next step is to start preparing a checklist of all the documents required to qualify for a student visa in Canada. The resources listed below serve as a guide on where to start and which documents to collate before applying for your visa.
This section collates all other resources that will help students with finding accommodations, rentals, other FAQs about life in Canada, finding credible immigration consultants, learning about work and job boards.
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