Studying in Canada
International students who wish to study in Canada need to obtain a study permit, which acts as a visa, prior to travel.
AFFORDABLE STUDY DESTINATION
For a wealth of choice, culture and outstanding natural beauty, studying in Canada offers an irresistible, affordable alternative to some of its more sought-after competitors – without scrimping on quality.
It’s not only the picturesque backdrop of world-famous mountain ranges, lakes and beaches that has attracted 350,000 international students to the world’s second-largest country to further their education.
Combined with the friendly Canadian good nature, multicultural provinces and consistently high standards of research and teaching, heading north of the USA is emerging as the preferable option and offers the perfect student experience.
Mick Howarth (Director)
Tel: +44 (0) 1772 586 381
GESC is an accredited organisation with links to top Canadian Universities
Across its 98 Universities, Canada’s higher education sector nurtures 1.5 million students per year. Three of Canada’s Universities appear in the top 50 of the QS World University Rankings 2017/18.
We are contracted to the following:
- Royal Roads University
- Algonquin College
- Conestoga College
- Applyboard which offer over 30 quality Universities and Colleges please enquire
Funding to study in Canada
International students are not eligible for the same public funding as Canadian graduates, but don’t worry – there are a number of funding options available for non-native students. GESC can help you get the right bursaries and help you through the application process.