Study in Canada


Capital City: Ottawa
Type of Government: Constitutional monarchy
 Head of State:  Queen Elizabeth II
 Head of Government:  Prime Minister Stephen Harper
 Official Languages:  English and French
 Area:  9,976,140 km2
 Population:  32.5 million
 Religion:  Roman Catholic 45%, Protestant and other 55%
 Currency:  Canadian Dollar ($CAD)
 Number of Time Zones:  6
 Weights and Measures:  Metric system

The National Flag of Canada, also known as the Maple Leaf.


Canada is the world’s second-largest country (9,976,140 km2), surpassed only by the Russian Federation. Canada is made up of ten provinces and three territories. The provinces are: British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. The territories are the Yukon, the Northwest Territories (NWT), and Nunavut, Canada’s newest territory.


Canada’s population is over 30 million with the vast majority (77%) living in cities and towns. The largest cities in Canada are: Toronto (4.44 million), Montréal (3.33 million), Vancouver (1.89 million), Ottawa-Hull, the National Capital Region (1.03 million).


Canada’s economy is made up of many different industries. There are three main types of industries in Canada: natural resources, manufacturing and services.

  1. Natural resource industries include forestry, fishing, agriculture, mining and energy. These industries have played an important part in the country’s history and development. Today, the economy of many areas of the country still depends on developing natural resources.
  2. Manufacturing industries make products to sell in Canada and around the world. Manufactured products include paper, technological equipment, automobiles, food, clothing and many other goods. Our largest international trading partner is the United States.
  3. Service industries provide thousands of different jobs in areas like transportation, education, health care, construction, banking, communications and government. More than 70 percent of working Canadians now have jobs in service industries.
  1. Range of options in terms of Programs/ Institutes/ Universities
  2. Countless Option of Education like Diploma & Bachelor at Undergraduate Level, Masters, PG Diploma and PhD at graduate level.
  3. Low Tuition Fees
  4. Part Time Work Opportunities on Campus and Off Campus
  5. Innumerable Practical Work experience opportunities through its cooperative work term.
  6. Post Study Work Permit
  7. Opportunities for PR under different Categories like Canadian experience class, Provincial Nominee program/ Permanent Immigration options for international student who graduate from Canada.
  8. Great Standard of living
  9. Scholarship Opportunities
  10. Qualifications Acknowledged globally
  11. Affordable Education
  12. Multicultural Society
  13. Healthy and Safe Communities
  14. World-Class Language Education
  15. Exciting Campus Lifestyle
  16. Innovative and Abundant Research Opportunities
  17. Land of Possibilities
  18. Possibility of Immigration