Canada becomes a top destination for International Education

Posted on May 15, 2018

The fact that half of Canada’s total resident population hold a college or University Degree makes Canada a top destination for international education. Just after the US, the country stands on number two position specifically for nature of people that welcome students from all races and also make the country a safe place to study. This factor has indeed attracted several students and parents who seek safety first while sending their children to overseas Universities.

With this being said, the ease of learning French language and enhancing the English language offered in Canada is one of the reasons student head towards Canada. There is special Languages Canada initiative started by Canada which constitute of over 200 private and public funded language accredited English and French education and training  According to the columns of the Language Magazine, the role of Language’s Canada is to ensure that the language education imparted is of the finest quality. To ensure that quality language education is imparted to students, following initiatives are taken care of:

  • All member schools are accredited under one internationally recognized scheme;
  • The Accreditation Scheme operates at arm’s length, is transparent and confidential, and maintains the integrity and rigor of Languages Canada’s standards and processes;
  • Regular program reviews are undertaken by a team of highly qualified independent professionals;
  • Deposits from students and agents are protected under Language Canada’s Education Completion Assurance Plan (eCap™) and the Student Education Assurance Fund (SEAF). In the event of a school closure, Languages Canada protects international students, ensuring they are safe, well looked after, and able to complete their paid studies.

The topuniversities.com ranked Montreal as the World’s Best City for International students in 2017. Indeed this honor brought Canada a renowned name in the world of education. With several of highest ranking institutions like the McGill University (currently ranked 30th in the world and first in Canada) and the Université de Montréal (126th in the world, fifth in Canada), the city has also been added to the index category of the student view this year.


Source: Language Magazine