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

What To Do On College Visits

No college search is complete without college visits. You'll get to know a college best by visiting it. Touring different campuses will also give...

Top 10 Most Popular Countries for International Students 2020

So you want to go to university, but you're not sure where. Don't worry, we've got you. You'll be pleased to know that living...

How to Apply to Study in Canada

Canada is a fantastic place to study. Home to some of the world's top universities, it remains a firm favourite with international students from...

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...

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...

An Interview with a Pharmacist

Read through an interesting interview with Robin McGuire, a pharmacy graduate from the University of Toronto, Ontario. Tell us a little bit about yourself... I have...

STUDENT LIFE

7 Speeches That Will Motivate You To Study

Looking for motivation to study? If you're feeling unspired and unmotivated, here's a selection of our favourite talks and speeches to keep you going....

Your Mental Health at University – How To Get Support

May is Mental Health Awareness month, so we wanted to take the opportunity to talk about mental health at university. According to UCAS, there...

Top Cities in Europe for International Students to Visit

One of the greatest things about studying in Europe, especially in continental Europe, is that it is so easy to travel between countries. Yet,...

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

Graduation!

Ishita has now graduated from the Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning. Over the last two years, she has completed two postgraduate certificates...

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 Bilingual

How important is it to learn a foreign language? Is it just confined to making your CV stronger or travelling?  In reality, being bilingual...

Education Makes a World of Difference

As a high school student in Iran, Negar Abedi dreamed of going to university in Canada. She didn’t know what she would study, but...

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...

Adjusting to Life Back in Canada

Wednesday morning when I got to Dublin airport for the last time was really hard. It was once I was sitting on the plane it...