Why Pursue Masters in Canada?
Seven Canadian universities are ranked among the top 200 in the world by the QS World University Rankings (2020).
Chances for Specialization
An MS degree is available in various academic disciplines, including medical, information technology, engineering and technology, finance, management, business administration, architecture, nursing, and design.
Among English-speaking nations, Canada has the lowest tuition fees. Comparatively speaking, pursuing a Masters in Canada ($30,000–$55,00CAD) is less expensive than in the United States ($35,000–$82,000CAD yearly) or Australia.
Compared to the USA, almost 70% more grants and scholarships are available to students in the form of fellowships, scholarships, etc.
A Canadian Bureau of International Education (CBIE) survey found that almost 60% of international students wanted to return to Canada after completing their Masters in Canada.
Immigration and Visa Process
Compared to other study-abroad destinations, Canada has a more accommodating immigration policy. Students can apply for a post-graduation work permit if they want a PR.