Last Updated on November 10, 2023 by Hina Rubab
Who does not dream of studying abroad and exploring different cultures? Of course, everybody does!
Well then Canada is the place!
Canada is considered an educational paradise for many foreign students.
The country has secured a reputable position among the world’s leading study destinations, according to the annual best country report for education conducted by US news and world report Canada ranks 4th due to its high standards of higher education.
There are 96 public and private universities in Canada from which 26 are included in Qs rankings as best ones. Public universities can charge between 7500 to 22500 CAD as tuition fee.
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Why Study in Canada?
Canada is persistently on the run for its social system and technology, making its environment adaptable to broad minded students. The top most reason to study in Canada is because of the scholarship’s offerings in Canada for international students; that make it easy for everyone to study there. Canada has maintained low inflation rates from past 3 years, which means it provides students with a moderate cost of living, also considerate charging of tuition fees from international students makes it a considerable choice.
TOP 5 UNIVERSITIES OF CANADA
Let’s discuss top 5 universities of Canada to take admission in any postgrad or undergrad courses this year:
University of Toronto
University of Toronto is ranked as no one best public university of Canada that has evolved into a high 0utput research centre of the world. It comprises 3 campuses known for its best architecture and friendly educational environment. It has provided scholarships to students from 160 countries across the globe. It has strong international rankings, ranked 26th in QS worlds global rankings 2022.
University of Toronto is the Nobel prize for peace winner in the field of physics, chemistry and medicine.
About 26% of its student body is international students. Tuition fees and expenses for international students: Undergraduate degree: $42,870-$49,800 per year, Postgraduate degrees: $6,900-22,640
University of McGill:
University of McGill is based in the 4th best educational city according to the Qs rankings, the city of Montreal. It is ranked 2nd top rated university of Canada. It is also recognized as the no 1 medical-doctoral university in Canada that offers scholarships as well.
32% of its student population are international students, who are fascinated by its reputation of owning 50 research centres, 400+ degree programs.
Educational expenses: Bachelor’s degree: $16,815 -$45,263, Master’s degree: 16,816
University of British Columbia
University of British Columbia, a public university that ranks 3rd among all the Canadian universities, it has been ranked consecutively as one of the top 20 universities of the world. It has been remarkably known for its international engagement with students, nurturing about 15,399 international students. Its high research and vast teaching excellence is highly appreciated by students, according to Qs World ranking it stands at 46th number along with 97.6% academic reputation worldwide. It one of the top university that offer scholarships without IELTS.
Looking at its fee structure can be counted in affordable tuition fee; Undergraduate programs: $25,978-36,588 (yearly), Masters program: $8,605
University of Montreal:
University of Montreal, the Nobel prize winner in the field of medicine, the world’s leading research centre stands
4TH best public institute of Canada ranks 111th according to QS world rankings. One of the factors that stand this university out must be its international collaboration and its research accomplishments.
Its highest ratio of international students, every one out of 4 students are foreigners.
Its Estimated tuition cost is cheaper too; Bachelor’s degree: $13,048-$16990, Master’s degree: $16372
University of Alberta
University of Alberta is the 5th best public university of Canada, and 126th best in the world according to the QS world rankings. University of Alberta has won Nobel prizes in the field of medicine, physics, and literature. 84.6% international students can report its acceptance rate is also higher. This is your go to institute if you’re interested in energy related research. The university focuses on making opportunities for foreign students available and affordable.
Undergraduate programs: $11,780-$45,208 per year
Postgraduate programs: $6,250
The opportunity of studying in Canada and that too with affordable educational expenses is something one should not ignore.