As one of the top 10 economies globally, Canada has an extremely low population density. It is one of the countries with the most accessible visa policies for students and encourages immigration, aiming to attract a significant number of international students with the goal of receiving 300,000 immigrants annually.
With its low costs and open immigration opportunities, studying in Canada has become the ideal choice for many Vietnamese students.
NEEC is one of the leading reputable consultancy firms for studying abroad and immigration to Canada. They are committed to accompanying you in creating a specific roadmap, selecting the most suitable fields of study, and choosing the right school!
The top benefit of studying in Canada is that degrees from this country hold international recognition and are acknowledged by both the US and the UK. Studying in Canada is cost-effective yet of high quality. The majority of colleges and universities in Canada are public institutions, so the education system of these schools is quite robust due to being assured.
Many students from various countries around the world choose to study in Canada. Therefore, the culture here is very rich and diverse. Canada's two official languages are English and French, both of which are used concurrently in all government institutions of the country
Low Costs and Flexible Job Opportunities
The total tuition and living expenses when studying in Canada start at just 350 million VND per year, much lower than in the United States and Australia. Many schools in Canada offer Co-op programs, where students are required to participate in paid internships as part of their curriculum. Additionally, students are allowed to work legally for up to 20 hours per week to cover living expenses and gain additional work experience.
Exemption from Financial Proof When Applying for a Canadian Study Visa
Besides waiving interviews, Canada also does not require financial proof when applying for a study visa for college and university levels if students achieve an IELTS score of 6.0 in all skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
Encouragement for Immigration After Graduation
This is the most prominent feature attracting a large number of Vietnamese students to choose to study in Canada. After graduating from colleges and universities in this country, all international students are allowed to stay for an additional maximum of 3 years to seek employment and complete the immigration process. In addition to the Federal Immigration Program, Canada also offers Provincial Nominee Programs and other special immigration programs such as AIPP, RNIP.
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The study abroad consultants at NEEC have spent significant time studying in Canada and working for governmental agencies in the country. With practical experience in the living and learning environment there, as well as an understanding of the schools and immigration policies of Canada, NEEC can assist students in selecting the most suitable fields of study and schools for themselves.
At NEEC, students will take career aptitude tests to determine suitable fields and receive guidance on future development paths after graduation. Based on career interests, academic abilities, budget, and family preferences, NEEC advises on a list of suitable schools and accompanies students from the application process, school selection, pre-departure preparation, to settling down in the country.
Each student at NEEC will receive a personalized roadmap with the support of an experienced consultant and a professional document processing officer, optimizing the preparation process for studying in Canada.
NEEC can assist students in finding accommodation, purchasing airplane tickets, obtaining insurance, extending visas and study permits, as well as assisting with the Canadian immigration application process when needed.
NEEC has partnerships with a diverse range of colleges and universities in Canada, ranging from top-ranked institutions to those with lower tuition fees and those within Canada's immigration encouragement programs.
Scholarships in Canada are less common compared to the United States because most colleges and universities in Canada rarely offer scholarships. NEEC continuously updates a list of schools with scholarship policies in Canada to provide detailed guidance for potential students.
Because the tuition fees for studying in Canada are already quite low, scholarships in Canada are less common than in the United States. However, Canada still offers scholarships to outstanding students with high GPA and IELTS scores, especially in certain fields of study. NEEC regularly updates a list of schools with scholarship policies to provide detailed guidance for potential students.
Canada offers Co-op programs (programs combining study with work, including paid internships), but not all schools have them. Depending on the chosen field of study, NEEC will advise on schools with suitable Co-op programs. International students are allowed to work unlimited hours on campus and up to 20 hours per week off campus.
Schools in Canada recognize each other's credits, so transferring between schools is not difficult. NEEC can help students transfer between schools quite easily.
Canada typically prioritizes healthcare and early childhood education fields. However, the choice of majors heavily depends on students' abilities and interests. Parents and students can directly consult with NEEC to find the most suitable schools.
When it comes to immigration, Canada is currently one of the easiest countries to settle in. International students who graduate from a college or university program in Canada are allowed to stay an additional 3 years after graduation to find employment and apply for permanent residency. Besides the federal immigration program, Canada also offers many other special immigration policies such as AIPP and RNIP. Under these programs, students only need to study in regions encouraged for immigration and, within 3 years after graduation, find employment in the region they studied in to facilitate their settlement process.