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Studying in Canada

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  • Why should I study in Canada?

    Around 265,000 international students go to Canada each year for its high quality, yet affordable college education. Having claimed the title of “best place to study”, Canada is home to many world-renowned universities, such as University of Toronto, and University of British Columbia, among others. In fact, Canadian degrees, certificates, and diplomas are globally recognized as being equivalent to one from the US, and other Commonwealth countries.

    The Canadian government and many organizations also offer many scholarships, ranging from partial scholarships of 10,000 USD to full scholarships of as much as 50,000 USD.

    Canada has also been accepted by the United Nations and the Global Peace Index as one of the world’s safest countries. It also offers great student health benefits, along with an easier transition to post-school life and permanent residency.

  • How do I choose a school in Canada?

    Schools in Canada offer many undergraduate and graduate programs in every academic field. After deciding (1) What your career goals are and (2) What academic programs can help you achieve those goals, it's time to do some research on which school is best for you! There are schools in Canada that are looking for Filipino students just like you! Explore them here.

  • Do I need a visa? How do I get it?

    If you’re a Philippine passport-holder, you’re going to need a student visa to attend school in Canada. The process involves:

    1. Completing the online application form
    2. Gathering all required documents, which may include the following:
      • Your passport
      • Proof of financial support
      • Your acceptance letter from a Canadian institution
    Note that you can’t start processing your student visa until you get accepted by a school in Canada. For the full list of details, please visit the Canadian embassy website or contact the Canadian embassy in Manila.

  • What are the requirements for studying at a school in Canada?

        Generally, schools in the Canada will ask for your:

    • Education credentials,
    • Proof of English proficiency
    • An essay.
    The specific requirements will vary depending on your school, course, and level of study. Visit the Edukasyon profile of the school you like to find their specific requirements. For a list of schools in Canada looking for Filipino students, see here.

  • What are the required languages for studying in the Canada?

    Both English and French are the official languages of Canada. However, all courses are offered in English, while only some are offered in French. Furthermore, every foreign student is required to submit proof that they are proficient in any of the two languages through a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL®) test, or a Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française (DALF) test.

    If you’re worried about your English language proficiency, check out our partner language centers that can help you improve your skills!

  • Are there scholarships available? How can I finance my studies?

    There are many scholarships offered by the Canadian government and even the schools themselves. Visit the Edukasyon profiles of the schools you are interested in to check if they are offering any scholarships.

    There are also some international student loans available from different loan giving bodies. University representatives usually work in tandem with their financial aid department that focuses on helping students find options to finance their education. Explore our partner schools here, and inquire to get connected with your university representative.

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Schools in Canada

Which school do you want to study? What program can you take? Are the schools offering scholarships?

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Life in Canada

Where could you live? What would daily life be like? What's the cost of living? Is it safe living here?

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Work in Canada

What are the benefits of being a graduate in that country? What's life like working while studying?

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