Study in Canada
With more than a dozen provinces and territories, and in particular, each region has its own education system, Canada has access to learning opportunities everywhere, thus greatly attracting students to study in Canada. At the same time, Canada’s bilingual (English and French) system has also demonstrated its cultural diversity and is a great place for students to study abroad.
Canada is the northernmost country in North America. Its territory covers most of North America, stretching from the western Pacific to the eastern Atlantic and the northern to the Atlantic . Canada has the longest coastline in the world with beautiful scenery. With a population of about 335 million, Canada has become one of the hottest immigrant nations in the world due to its good immigration policy. In addition to locals, there are also immigrants from all over the world.
Toronto is 12 hours slower than Hong Kong and China , while Vancouver is 15 hours slower than Hong Kong/ China
Canada has four distinct seasons, with temperatures ranging from -8 degrees to 2 degrees in spring . In summer, the weather is hot during the day, with temperatures ranging from 8 degrees to 20 degrees and in some areas up to 35 degrees. The winter is quite cold, the temperature at -12 degrees to -3 degrees, the minimum temperature of about minus 25 degrees.
Canada is a multicultural country whose diverse culture stems from immigration policies. In Canadian society, you can see people of different colors live in harmony. Multi-ethnic, multicultural and multilingualities make Canada a colorful social culture that adds to its appeal.
Canada’s transportation network is extending in all directions. They are on the right. It has a number of international airports, can fly to the domestic provinces, students have the option to take the train or public transport. One of the most popular means of transport for bicycles is the city because of its short distance. Because of Canada’s vast territory and less people, driving their own private cars is the most convenient means of transport. Of course, this requires an economic base as well as a driver’s license, which is issued by the traffic licensing department in each province. Each driver’s license has a unique number, photo, signature, date of birth, address and other personal data of the driver, and the type of vehicle permitted to be used.
The students live in a Canadian home, have their own separate rooms, homestay families provide meals, and can participate in family activities. Boarding fees vary by location. For international students, this type of boarding allows students to adapt quickly to local life and to learn about the local culture. Many schools in Canada have dormitories, and students may consider living in school dormitories. School quarters divided into groups or individual rooms, male and female dormitory are separated. Dorms have shared kitchen, toilet, shower and laundry facilities. When students are accustomed to Canadian culture & local life, they also have the option of renting out their own homes & sharing them with other students also a popular accommodation option, Relatively this is a cheaper way.
The Canadian education system runs from kindergarten to university, including public and private schools. More than a dozen provinces and territories in Canada have their own education system, so there is a big difference in the education system across the country.
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