Living and studying in Canada

Let’s face it. When you go looking for a study abroad destination, there are a lot of options available to you. But let’s say you want to get your education in a country of diversity like no other. You want to be with people of different cultural and racial backgrounds. You want both wilderness and skyscrapers. You want educational choices, beginning with either French or English as the language of instruction, for literally hundreds of specializations from aerospace engineering to zoology. You want to pick from among institutions that enroll 1,000 and 60,000 students, with every size in between. You want to live in a cosmopolitan city, but it has to be close to a large park where you can ski, swim, canoe, hike and bike; or you want to live in a small town that is only a short train ride to a big city where you can see an award-winning stage musical or a big league hockey, basketball, or football game.

If you want diversity in your study abroad destination then Canada is your pick. If you are interested to study in Canada, but you are confused and need a little guidance, read on. iStudent Canada holds a wealth of information and insights that will help you make the right decision about study in Canada.

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