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Here are some of the most popular provinces to international students and their education system:

Ontario

Capital: Toronto

Ontario welcomes the talents and energy that immigrants bring to this province. In return, it offers prosperity and an excellent quality of life.
Ontario has many different industries and jobs. Newcomers can find job prospects in Ontario’s strong economy in:

• Finance
• Tourism
• Manufacturing
• Art and science

Publicly assisted colleges of applied arts and technology and universities deliver post-secondary education to international students in Ontario. There are also some high schools that deliver international students summer camps and annual programs.

This is how Ontario’s education system works

Alberta

Capital: Edmonton

 

The people of Alberta have many cultures and backgrounds. They work together to build a strong economy and safe communities where everyone is welcome. Alberta has:
• High lifestyle’s quality
• Cultural events across the province
• Excellent health care and school systems
• A strong and stable economy of industries such as oil and gas.

Publicly assisted colleges of applied arts and technology and universities deliver post-secondary education to international students in Alberta. There are also some high schools that deliver international students summer camps and annual programs.

This is how Alberta’s education system works

Manitoba

Capital: Winnipeg

 

Manitoba is between Ontario and Saskatchewan. More and more people around the world are moving to Manitoba. The population enjoys the relaxed life of Manitoba. All newcomers are welcome to settle in the friendly cities of Manitoba
Publicly assisted colleges of applied arts and technology and universities deliver post-secondary education to international students in Manitoba.

There are also some high schools that deliver international students summer camps and annual programs.

This is how Manitoba’s education system works

British Columbia (BC)

Capital: Victoria

 

International Students love British Columbia (B.C.) for its beautiful landscapes and outdoor adventures. It is on the west coast of Canada, between the Pacific Ocean and the Rocky Mountains.
B.C. has a growing economy Between 2011 and 2021 there will be more than one million jobs available in the province.
You will find many job’s opportunities at B.C., whether you are immigrating or coming for a short time.

Publicly assisted colleges of applied arts and technology and universities deliver post-secondary education to international students in British Columbia. There are also some high schools that deliver international students summer camps and annual programs.

This is how British Columbia’s education system works

Saskatchewan

Capital: Regina

 

Saskatchewan’s diverse economy, abundant natural resources, lower living costs and high quality of life make it an excellent option to live, work, raise a family and invest in a business.
The beautiful and wide-open spaces of the province are only surpassed by its warm, friendly and welcoming people. In its highest population so far, the province continues to attract newcomers from all over the world, to its diverse communities

Publicly assisted colleges of applied arts and technology and universities deliver post-secondary education to international students in Saskatchewan. There are also some high schools that deliver international students summer camps and annual programs.

This is how Saskatchewan’s education system works

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