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

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...

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...

How to Move to Montreal as an International Student

A cosmopolitan city with a vibrant cultural scene, Montreal is the best student city in North America. It’s easy to see why, with its...

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...

What It’s Like to Study in Canada

As international students, we experience a totally new environment and, on top of that, we have to get to grips with a whole new...

Top 5 Student-Friendly Cities in The World

You’ve chosen the subject you want to pursue. You have a good idea of what job title you want to nail after graduation. You've...

STUDENT LIFE

Dyslexia at University

It is said that up to 10% of the population falls somewhere on the Dyslexia spectrum. And it's not uncommon for most people to...

5 More Must-have Apps for International Students

Gone are the days of turning up to class with a notepad and a pen. Thanks to modern technology, our studying habits are becoming...

Preventing and Coping with Academic Burnout

Academic burnout is a long-term condition that leaves you feeling frustrated and unmotivated with impacts on your schoolwork and concentration. It can be very...

SCHOLARSHIPS

The skinny on scholarships for trade schools

At a time when some job opportunities are shrinking, no career paths present greater opportunities and growth than the skilled trades. Demand for tradesmen...

Top 5 Government Funded Scholarships for International Students

For many international students, government funding in the form of grants, bursaries and scholarships is the only way they can pursue their dream of...

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...

STUDENT BLOGS

How to Be Happy

If I had to ask you, what is it that really makes you happy, what would your answer be? Previously I had written a blog...

Mumbai Diaries – A Day Full of Young Guns

Someone once asked me, “If you do decide to go back to India, what do you plan to do?” I instantly replied, “I want...

Part 2/3: I Saw…

Part 2 of Yash Sharma's brilliant three-part introductory blog. Check out Yash's Part 1/3: I Came... then Part 3/3: ...I conquered Without getting carried away by those...

Hating Goodbyes – My Pessimistic Side Takes Over!

Goodbye represents the end of something. It can be amazing if you are saying goodbye to anything negative or sad, like saying goodbye to...

That’s All from Me…

All around me are the sounds of cutting-edge scientific research in action: the slow grind of a shaking water-bath keeping vials of blood from...

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...