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Bachelor in Canada

Obtaining a Bachelor's Degree in Canada: Specifics, Benefits and Admission Process

Bachelor in Canada
Obtaining a Bachelor's Degree in Canada: Specifics, Benefits and Admission Process
Bachelor’s degrees in Canada can be obtained at universities and public colleges after at least 4 years of study. As a rule, international students seek to apply for undergraduate studies at universities in Canada because they are considered the best quality of education in the world. In addition, Canadian undergraduate degrees are recognized around the world, and graduates are valued and can find work in international companies.

Universities across Canada do not belong to any single educational system. Each province, like the management of an individual university, has the right to set its own standards for managing an educational institution, including participation in international rankings. While several Canadian universities are represented in top 100 and top 500 world rankings, many canadian universities are considered prestigious in a particular industry or professional sector.
Bachelor’s degrees in Canada can be obtained at universities and public colleges after at least 4 years of study. As a rule, international students seek to apply for undergraduate studies at universities in Canada because they are considered the best quality of education in the world. In addition, Canadian undergraduate degrees are recognized around the world, and graduates are valued and can find work in international companies.

Universities across Canada do not belong to any single educational system. Each province, like the management of an individual university, has the right to set its own standards for managing an educational institution, including participation in international rankings. While several Canadian universities are represented in top 100 and top 500 world rankings, many canadian universities are considered prestigious in a particular industry or professional sector.

Difference between Canadian universities and colleges

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Admission requirements for Canadian universities are more demanding than those for college. During applications, applicants compete with Canadian high school graduates who had begun training at least two years prior to graduation. This is important to consider for international students, for whom some universities offer programs that combine academic and language training with the aim of a smooth transition to the university. After completing the preparatory program, you can go directly to the second year at a university.
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Studying in an undergraduate program at a Canadian university is noticeably more difficult than completing a diploma program in college. Because universities provide more fundamental academic knowledge, the student will have a broader and deeper study of the theory, as well as be more trained in conducting scientific research. In colleges, the study programs are more applied in nature and are aimed at the requirements of the labor market. This is achieved through one or two practical working terms offered as a part of a bachelor’s degree program at a Canadian college.
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Financial foundation is the next thing that distinguishes Canadian universities from colleges. In addition to public funding for faculty and researchers, private funding from sponsors enables universities to have more substantial funds to support students and equipment faculties. This explains the higher potential of an applicant to receive a scholarship or research grant when entering a university, which is much less often possible when entering a college. But the cost of tuition at a Canadian university is substantially higher than that of a college. An international student should expect to pay at least 25,000 CAD per year.
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Admission requirements for Canadian universities are more demanding than those for college. During applications, applicants compete with Canadian high school graduates who had begun training at least two years prior to graduation. This is important to consider for international students, for whom some universities offer programs that combine academic and language training with the aim of a smooth transition to the university. After completing the preparatory program, you can go directly to the second year at a university.
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Studying in an undergraduate program at a Canadian university is noticeably more difficult than completing a diploma program in college. Because universities provide more fundamental academic knowledge, the student will have a broader and deeper study of the theory, as well as be more trained in conducting scientific research. In colleges, the study programs are more applied in nature and are aimed at the requirements of the labor market. This is achieved through one or two practical working terms offered as a part of a bachelor’s degree program at a Canadian college.
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Financial foundation is the next thing that distinguishes Canadian universities from colleges. In addition to public funding for faculty and researchers, private funding from sponsors enables universities to have more substantial funds to support students and equipment faculties. This explains the higher potential of an applicant to receive a scholarship or research grant when entering a university, which is much less often possible when entering a college. But the cost of tuition at a Canadian university is substantially higher than that of a college. An international student should expect to pay at least 25,000 CAD per year.
Colleges of Canada

Benefits of studying at Canadian universities

Graduates of Canadian universities are valued in the global labor market and have high chances of receiving a decent salary
Universities give students volunteering, research and internship opportunities in some of the best companies
After studying at a university, an international student receives a work visa (Work Permit) and can stay to work in the country
Possibility of obtaining permanent resident status and Canadian citizenship
Most of the teachers are active professionals who can share their experience and help with finding a job
Possibility of legal part-time work while studying (20 hours per week)
Graduates of Canadian universities are valued in the global labor market and have high chances of receiving a decent salary
Universities give students volunteering, research and internship opportunities in some of the best companies
After studying at a university, an international student receives a work visa (Work Permit) and can stay to work in the country
Possibility of obtaining permanent resident status and Canadian citizenship
Most of the teachers are active professionals who can share their experience and help with finding a job
Possibility of legal part-time work while studying (20 hours per week)

Undergraduate admission process in Canada

Admission to Canadian universities is possible provided that the student has a high school diploma with good or excellent grades. At the same time, applicants do not need the results of uniform exams and do not need to pass any entrance tests, such as the SAT in the USA.

The admission process is as follows, and Canpass often helps at every step of the way:
Admission to Canadian universities is possible provided that the student has a high school diploma with good or excellent grades. At the same time, applicants do not need the results of uniform exams and do not need to pass any entrance tests, such as the SAT in the USA.

The admission process is as follows, and Canpass often helps at every step of the way:
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Take the international test English or French proficiency (IELTS / TOEFL, DELF / DALF / TCF / TEF)
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Select a province and city for admission
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Choose a field of studies and university (you can submit documents to several educational institutions at once)
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Choose the month of enrollment: September or January (the recommended time for submission of documents is at least 9 months before the start of training)
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Collect and translate secondary or post-secondary education documents
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Fill out the application form from the respective universities
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Pay a registration fee
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Take the international test English or French proficiency (IELTS / TOEFL, DELF / DALF / TCF / TEF)
2
Select a province and city for admission
3
Choose a field of studies and university (you can submit documents to several educational institutions at once)
4
Choose the month of enrollment: September or January (the recommended time for submission of documents is at least 9 months before the start of training)
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Collect and translate secondary or post-secondary education documents
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Fill out the application form from the respective universities
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Pay a registration fee
Admission applications to Canadian universities open 9 — 10 months prior to the start of programs — this allows for early conditional admission based on the grades of the previous year as well as the first half of the current year. After fully completing a secondary education, this condition is often removed and final enrollment in the program is confirmed.

international students can apply and get several Letters of Acceptance from different colleges and universities so they can choose the most suitable program out of offers they received.
Admission applications to Canadian universities open 9 — 10 months prior to the start of programs — this allows for early conditional admission based on the grades of the previous year as well as the first half of the current year. After fully completing a secondary education, this condition is often removed and final enrollment in the program is confirmed.

international students can apply and get several Letters of Acceptance from different colleges and universities so they can choose the most suitable program out of offers they received.
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