Education in Canada
  • Mostly provided publicly.
  • Funded and overseen by the provisional, local and federal governments.
  • Canada spends about 5.4% of its GDP on education.
  • Post secondary institutes with diplomas/degrees.
  • Universities with Bachelors/ Masters/ Doctorate degree.
  • Focuses on technical/ skilled programs.
  • Practical hands on courses.
  • PR policies fast, smooth- fast track system to let foreigners become Canadian citizens.
  • Canada- Country of Immigrants
  • Epitomizes as peace walkers, humanitarians, diverse cultures and spirit of freedom.
  • Among top three organisations for Economic Co-operation and Development countries in spending per capita on public post-secondary education.
  • Canada is a cultural mosaic-diversity in cultures.
  • Safe, welcoming and friendly environment-awarded consistently as best place to live in by United Nations.
  • Canadian Education System- a hybrid taking the best from the UK and the American Systems
  • Quality Education with lower tuition fees than others.
  • Second largest country in the world in area and more than 100 universities.
  • Economy fast growing one of the richest country as second big in Natural Resources/ Oil reserves- next to Saudi Arabia.
  • 6.8% Canadian Unemployment rate -at its lowest since 1976.
  • Average annual income of Canadian is 40000 $.
  • Consistently decreasing taxes- in turn taking more money at house.
  • Free health care and strong government that helps its people.people.

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