Canada is a hugely popular choice as an overseas study destination for a host of reasons. From secure environment to first-rate education system, abundant opportunities to buzzling city life and picturesque locations, Canada offers everything you could possibly want from life.
Canada is a Federation of ten provinces (Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick,
Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, and Saskatchewan)
three territories (Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Nunavut).
Diploma & Advanced Diploma Courses cost range from CAD$11,000 - CAD$13,000 per year depending on the course. Bachelor’s Degrees cost range from CAD$13,000 - CAd$19,000 per year for most under-graduate degrees. Post-graduate Degrees cost ranges from CAD$12,000 and ranges up to CAD$22,000. * Fees given are of informative nature may vary from university to university
|Sl No||Name Of University||Place||Year of Starting|
|1||University of Alberta||Edmonton, Alberta||Public university, Estd 1908|
|2||The University of British Columbia||Vancouver, British Columbia||Public university, Estd 1908|
|3||Humber College||Toronto, Ontario||Public college, Estd 1967|
|4||University of Regina||Regina, Saskatchewan||Public college, Estd 1974|
|5||St. Clair College||Windsor, Ontario||Public college, Estd 1967|
|6||Northern College||Timmins, Ontario||Public college, Estd 1967|
|7||Algoma University||Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario||Public university, Estd 1965|
|8||Public university, Estd 1965||Courtenay, British Columbia||Public college, Estd 1975|
|9||Mount Royal University||Calgary, Alberta||Public university, Estd 1910|
|10||St. Francis Xavier University||Antigonish, Nova Scotia||Public university, Estd 1853|