1.What are the common requirements into getting accepted in a Canadian University/College?
In order to get admitted in a Canadian tertiary education institution there are requirements students will have to meet, whether it I an undergraduate or a postgraduate program. Depending on the field of studies, programs and other relevant factors competition can vary. The two essential criteria are however, high school grades/performance as well as language skills be it English (in most of the provinces) or French in francophone ones.
2.How long does it take to get a Master's degree in Canada?
Commonly, Master's degrees last for a whole academic year including an obligatory internship added to the overall duration. Sometimes a Master degree can last for two academic years, depending on the curricula and the sensitivity of the program.
3.What is the main difference between Universities and Colleges in Canada?
Universities get to deal independently with academic matters regarding the curricula, methods and teaching strategies. Universities have the power to set academic, admission, and graduation policies and standards, appoint staff, and undertake academic planning, meanwhile Private Universities are out-of-province institutions permitted to provide degrees after a meticulous quality assessment process by the designated governmental authorities which give the green light to certain degrees.
4.What are the top Universities in Canada?
Ranked in the top 100 best Universities in the World are 5 of the best qualified Canadian Universities as following:
University of Toronto
University of British Columbia
University of Alberta
5.Can I work while studying in Canada?
Working in Canada as a student is only possible if you apply for a work permit; otherwise international students can take up solely on-campus jobs.