Attraction of Canada
Canada is the second largest country in the world. It is a country rich in natural resources such as the Rocky Mountains, Niagara Falls, and national parks. The blend of urban areas and nature is the largest attraction of Canada. With a low population density and relaxed pace of life, Canada is also highly recommended for those who want to have a comfortable study abroad experience.
Moreover, Canada has been accepting immigrants for a long time, making it one of the most multi-ethnic nations in the world. Due to the presence of many immigrants from various cultures, values, and backgrounds, Canada values cooperation and has warm people there, making it a popular study abroad destination.
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Warm throughout the year, with more rainy days in winter Summer: August - Maximum 22°C, Minimum 13°C, Average 18°C Winter: January - Maximum 7°C, Minimum 1°C, Average 4°C,
Summers are more humid than other cities, winters are freezing cold Summer: August - Maximum 25℃, Minimum 17℃, Average 21℃ Winter: January - Maximum -1℃, Minimum -7℃, Average -4℃
Attractions of Studying in Canada
Among the attractions of studying in Canada are the multi-nationality of the country and the warm-heartedness of the people. Immigrants account for approximately 20% of the total population of Canada and in recent years the number of immigrants from the Middle East and Asia has been increasing in addition to those from European countries. It is a unique Canadian experience to be able to experience multiculturalism while learning a language.
Due to its proximity to the United States, Canadian English is known to be less accented and habitual than that of other countries with English as an official language. English spoken by Canadians is easily comprehensible and even beginners to study abroad will feel comfortable traveling to Canada.
1. Vancouver - British Columbia -Vancouver is a city that many people visit as the gateway to the west coast of Canada. Vancouver is a beautiful city that combines nature with a modern city. Ranked as one of the "World's Best Places to Live," Vancouver is a safe city and many people choose Vancouver as their study abroad destination annually.
Vancouver is also home to many language schools, offering a wide variety of programs and courses with many different specialties. Another reason for its popularity is that it is easy to live in, with dry and relatively cool summers and less harsh winters.
Canada Place, Vancouver Lookout, Stanley Park, Granville Island
Vancouver has a Mediterranean climate, characterized by a dry summer. Winters are also comparatively warm and the climate is considered comfortable.
2. Toronto- Ontario -Toronto is the center of the Canadian economy and is said to be the largest city in Canada. The landmark CN Tower and its surrounding area offer a wide variety of tourist attractions and Toronto is a great place to experience the culture of various countries. With a large library and shopping malls, visitors can feel the latest in Canadian culture.
The local people, known as Trontanians, are very friendly and warmly welcome international students and visitors. With one out of every two people in Toronto being an immigrant, Toronto has a unique personality!
Waterfront, CN Tower, Rogers Centre, Toronto Eaton Centre
Toronto has a subarctic humid climate with a large difference in temperature between summer and winter compared to Vancouver. Overall, temperatures in Toronto tend to be cooler so clothing should be carefully considered.
3. Montréal - Quebec -Montréal, the second largest city in Canada, is known for its beautiful, traditional European-style landscape, which has earned it the sobriquet "Paris of North America". Contrarily, once downtown, the city is lined with contemporary buildings, creating a very unique blend of modernity and history. Montréal is well-known as a city where French is the official language even though it is in Canada and is a highly recommended destination for those who want to learn both English and French.
Notre Dame Cathedral (Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris), Old Montreal, Mount Royal Park (Parc du Mont-Royal), The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal, Jean Talon Market
The climate in Montreal, like Toronto, is subarctic humid and the city is extremely cold, dropping from -10°C to -30°C during the winter months. It is recommended that visitors take all possible measures to protect themselves from the cold from November to March.
Living in Canada
Canada is the second largest country in the world, so the climate varies considerably from city to city. The following is an introduction to the climates of two cities, Vancouver and Toronto.
The climate in Vancouver is Mediterranean, with a dry season in the summer; temperatures are slightly cooler throughout the year, and summers are not as hot. Although Canada is known for its cold weather, Vancouver has a relatively mild winter climate.
Toronto, on the other hand, is located in a subarctic humid climate area. The subarctic humid climate is characterized by a large difference in temperature between summer and winter. Temperatures are cool throughout the year. In winter, even the highest temperatures can drop below freezing on some days.
Although it varies depending on the product or item, eating out, in particular, is characteristically relatively expensive. Tipping is a common practice in Canada, such as when using taxis or eating at restaurants, which can result in greater expenses. The standard tip is approximately 10-15% of the total cost of the meal.
Canada is generally considered to be a safe country. Although you may feel uneasy because of the proximity of the country to the United States, visitors can rest assure that restrictions on firearms are tightly enforced. Nevertheless, it is also true that petty crimes such as pick-pocketing and theft do occur in Canada. It is advisable to avoid walking alone at night in urban areas.
Estimated Cost of Study Abroad
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* The cost of airline tickets varies depending on the departure and arrival airports.
* Tuition and accommodation fees vary from school to school.
* The costs of living for study abroad vary from person to person.
List of Language Schools
St Giles Vancouver
Learn English in small classes at a boutique school established 70 years ago in the heart of Vancouver!
Established in 1983, this language school is a long-established language school from Germany with 40 years of history and achievements!
CIS (Connect International School)
Extremely small class size! Improve your English in a comfortable and homely environment!
Popular, well-established language school with students from over 100 countries!
Toronto School of Management
Recommended for those who would like to acquire expertise and experience an internship in Toronto.
Q: What visa do I need to apply for to study in Canada?
A: For study abroad duration of six months or less, an electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) is required. If you are studying abroad for more than six months, an application for a student visa is required in addition to the eTA. skyticket study abroad can make applications for eTA and student visas on behalf of students. Contact us for further details.
Q: How long does it take to obtain a student visa for Canada?
A: Application for a Canadian student visa takes approximately one to two months to process.
An acceptance letter from the language school will be required at the time of application. Canadian visas can be applied 6 months prior to travel.
Q: What documents are required for entry into Canada?
A: The following documents are required for immigration clearance in Canada for study abroad.
eTA (electronic Travel Authorization)
E-ticket (proof of return flight)
Visa Certification (proof of visa)
Letter of Admission
Bank Statement or receipt(s) of tuition fees and accommodation expenses in English
* Required documents differ for purposes other than study abroad
Q: Can I have a part-time job during my study abroad in Canada?
A: Part-time work is not permitted for eTA-only visa holders, however, holders of student visas may be able to work part-time if they meet the requirements of the "Work off-campus as an International Student". Off-campus part-time work is available up to 20 hours per week during the school year and if specific terms & conditions are met, full-time work is available during spring break, summer break, winter break and other scheduled breaks (breaks set by the school).
Terms & Conditions
Be enrolled in a full-time program of 6 months or more
Be enrolled in an Academic, Vocational or other core program (ESL is not accepted)
Hold a valid student visa and be in an off-campus work status
Have a valid Social Insurance Number (SIN)
Q: Is there an age limit for studying in Canada?
A：While there is an age limit for working holidays, there is usually no age limit for study abroad. Although there is no upper age limit, some schools and programs may have a minimum age requirement of 18 years and above.