Keep Exploring, Canada!

International students researching their options for study are faced with numerous – often confusing – options and factors to consider. Do I want to live in the Atlantic provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador, or would I be more suited to the bustling Ontario with a third of Canada’s population resident in the culturally diverse city? Do I want to study in a student town, or a more rural area to get closer to nature? We’re here to help you answer such questions, and ensure that the process of choosing a path for study is smoother and more intuitive for students, parents and counsellors alike.

FEATURED CONTENT

FEATURED INSTITUTIONS

Looking for somewhere to study? Explore some of our featured institutions in Canada.

Concordia University Royal Roads University
Durham College Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology

STUDYING IN CANADA

Chemistry in Canada: Now and in the Future

Canada is a multicultural nation with a high-quality education system and a focus on encouraging more students to study chemistry. Canada is a geographically large...

Hospitality Job Shadowing: A Taste of Hotel Life

In a sparkling clean hotel room in Colwood, Canada, Yuri Muniz makes a bed with precision. “You have to work quickly,” the Bachelor of Arts...

Cultural Adaptation: Essential for Global Citizens

Ruth Mojeed wasn’t planning to move to Canada. Her sights were set on the United Kingdom or France when she applied to universities for...

Why Study in Montreal, Canada?

OK. It looks like you have made up your mind already. You will, after all, travel overseas to continue your studies. You kind of...

Why I Chose Canada

What is life without challenges? Accepting challenges and striving to complete them is the key to success. To travel across continents and be in...

How To Become An Engineer In Canada

Want to know how to become an engineer in Canada? This article has been provided by Professional Engineers Ontario. Enjoy! In Canada, the P.Eng. designation...

STUDENT LIFE

4 Ways To Use Your Experience As An ESL Student In Your College Essays

Your college essay is the best way to stand out from all the other applicants out there. It's a way to show that you're...

How To Meet People Who Speak Your Language While Studying Abroad

Going to University is a daunting enough task as is. However, when you are on the other side of the world from everyone you...

Why Become A Student Ambassador?

As a general rule, ambassadors—government officials—are regarded as the president’s highest-ranking representatives. They are strong negotiators that coordinate numerous activities and strategies intended to...

SCHOLARSHIPS

How Much Does It Cost to Study in Canada?

For many international students, money is a major factor when deciding where they want to study abroad. And more often than not, finding out...

A Complete Guide To Finding and Applying for Scholarships

Governments of all countries today are looking forward to accepting international intakes. This has motivated them to extend various scholarships and grants to meritorious...

How To Write The Most Outstanding Scholarship Essay

When applying for scholarships, you know that you're going to be up against some stiff competition. How can you ensure that your application essay...

STUDENT BLOGS

My Journey So Far…

Hi everyone. My name is Zain Shafique and I am an international student from Pakistan. I am a first-year student in the Computer Programmer...

Being Buried in the Snow!

Camping is an experience that everyone should have at least once in their life. I have never personally been camping back home. I have been...

How NOT to Throw a Snowball!

I remember being a kid back in Dubai, watching ‘Home Alone’, and wondering how everything becomes extremely calm and beautiful around Christmas. I used to...

A Typical Day at Mount Allison University

Hi all! I’ve been blogging for my university for two years and I’m really excited to have a whole new set of readers. I...

Walking in a Winter Canadaland

“Ice Ice Baby” It gets hard to take a walk in a winter wonderland when the streets and sidewalks are covered in up to 30mm...

Goodbye Nerves, Hello New Experiences!

September started and I was instantly excited but also a little nervous about going back. It's my second year at Humber College in the Tourism...