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From planning your move, to graduation and beyond, learn all about studying in Canada.
If you are looking for a place to continue your education and launch your career, look no further.
Canada makes it all more simple than other study destinations. Learn how and why.
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You'll need this before coming to Canada and beginning your studies.
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Get the most out of your first few days as a student in Canada.
International students in Canada can work during their studies, but there are some things you should know first.
Don't let anxiety and stress get the better of you.
Lending a hand can help others . . . and you.
Reaching out is normal, especially in a new country. Here are some recommended resources.
Get to know your new home!
Did anyone ever tell you that Canada is the most beautiful, fun place on Earth? Now you know.
Discover if you are eligible to work in Canada upon graduation.
This is an opportunity, make the most of it!
Canada's immigration system is set up to support the transition and integration of graduates.
When you get PR, the cost of studying in Canada goes down. Find out more on this page.