1. The best spot to call home: The United Nations recognized Canada as one of the finest locations to live in the world, based on, among other things, educational attainment, life expectancy, national income, and overall quality of life.
2. Among the greatest locations to learn: Canada’s universities maintain strong academic standards and are routinely ranked among the best in the world.
3. Degrees that are recognized internationally: Hundreds of thousands of overseas students study in Canadian colleges and universities each year. Their degrees are accepted globally as equal to those received in the United States or Commonwealth countries.
4. A cosmopolitan nation: Canada is home to a high number of aboriginal people (First Nations, Inuit, and Metis), and it has received 15 million immigrants over the last century and a half. With over 200,000 new immigrants entering each year from more than 175 countries, Canada has the greatest percentage of newcomers in the world in relation to its population of over 34 million.
5. A secure and stable country: Canada is a democratic country that is peaceful, politically stable, and safe, and it is rarely afflicted by natural calamities. Almost 70% of international students polled by CBIE mentioned Canada’s reputation as a safe country as a major factor in their decision to study here.
6. Excellent medical treatment: In comparison to other nations, medical insurance in Canada is affordable, yet the treatments provided by Canadian hospitals are among the most modern and accessible in the world.
7. A multilingual nation: Learn a new language or enhance your existing second language abilities. Canada’s two official languages, English and French, have been taught as second languages for over a century, which is why we are world leaders in language instruction.
8. Living in the city and surrounded by an unspoiled environment: While there are many large cities and attractive locations to live, the preservation of vast amounts of undeveloped space and a thriving national and provincial park system is a top concern.
9. There are four separate seasons: Temperatures in Canada fluctuate greatly, as does the quantity of snow cover. There’s something for everyone, including free or low-cost indoor and outdoor leisure activities. Our four varied seasons provide variety and unique joys.
10. We’re ready for you: Canadians are open to and appreciative of diversity. Our educational institutions actively recruit overseas students and work to increase their international student population. One thing is certain: your experience in Canada will be one you will never forget!