Both public and private education systems exist in Canada. The Canadian government subsidises a large share of the financial burden of educating its young minds, from kindergarten to university. When compared to other developed countries, Canada has one of the highest educational standards. In most cases, the school year goes from September through June the following year. Secondary education typically lasts through Grades 12 or 13, depending on the province. After that, students can pursue post-secondary studies at a university, college, or CEGEP (in Quebec). Many internationally known university programmes are located throughout Canada, in both urban and rural areas. Degrees conferred by Canadian institutions are considered as comparable to those conferred by universities in the United States and other Commonwealth countries. The academic year at universities normally spans from September to May.
By using online routes to submit all required documentation and extra mandatory procedures. The response will be mailed to you as well.
International students may be eligible for scholarships from private, government, or public institutions in Canada. International students may be eligible for scholarships from their chosen study institution.
It's a good idea to check with the academic institution you want to attend to see if IELTS is necessary and what scores are required.