Applying to Canadian Universities
Study in Canada and you can look forward to earning an internationally recognised degree while benefiting from favourable working laws, cheap medical insurance and a varied climate.
Learn about the 95 universities which make up the Association of Universities and Colleges in Canada and the various degree programs offered at these institutions.
From entry requirements to work experience, teaching style to module options, our guide lists the key factors you'll need to consider when deciding which course to study at a Canadian university.
Learn how Canadian universities are ranked and the other factors you should also consider to get the most out of your time at university in Canada.
When should you think about applying to study at a Canadian institutions and how should you go about it?
Read about what academic qualifications you'll need to study at your chosen university and other requirements which may affect your application.
Learn about potential sources of funding for your degree in Canada and what organisations and scholarships are available to help you.