Canadian Colleges

In recent years, more and more international students are attracted by studying in Canada, because of the high quality teaching and various educational resources over there.

College education in Canada is greatly different from that of China. In Canada, classes are held in smaller groups, ensuring that all students are given the opportunity to express themselves. Small classes make it easier for schools to offer more variety of courses for students to choose from. In addition to fundamental college courses, there are vocational training programs, college transfer programs and popular certification training programs.

Many colleges cooperate with large enterprises to offer co-op courses, which provide students internship and training opportunities in the real world. Other than academic credits, students will gain practical working experience from these co-op courses, as well as a salary. These courses start at the beginning of the second semester. In order to take these courses, students need to submit an application and go through both school and company interviews. Additionally, there are designated teachers who give interview advice for interning students. Interns will frequently be invited to stay on with the company after graduation.

As a result, in most western societies, college graduates can more easily find employment. For those student who seek higher level management, professional careers or scientific research, further education would be required.

For Chinese students, college is a good choice, particularly for those who already have considered school and plan to immigrate; colleges are suitable choices as a transition. We suggest students be very careful when selecting their major and institution. It is always better to make the choice based on an honest assessment of your academic achievements and future ambitions.

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