Canada is a very multicultural nation with many different languages within each city. The high quality educational system and the welcoming nature of Canadian people will always attract students from across the globe. Many international students even choose to stay in Canada for employment after completing their course.
Postgraduate courses in Canada can typically last anywhere between 3 months to 4 years. Usually, when taking a postgraduate course down under, you will have the option to choose between a taught course and a research led course.
Do you wish to improve your language skills and subject knowledge before taking a Masters Degree in Canada? You can take a Pre-Masters course beforehand to make sure you are completely ready for your full Masters. This is an ideal option if you wish to study a Masters course that is not directly related to what you studied at undergraduate level.
Masters Degrees in Canada take 1-2 years to complete and can be either academic or professional, depending on your chosen career path. Some Canadian universities will also allow students to ‘fast track’ their studies so they can complete their Masters degree as quickly as possible.
Although Canadian universities generally have high entry requirements, they can be flexible and generally ask for a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher. You may also be required to take standardised test similar to that of the US. These include the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) and the Graduate Record Exam (GRE).
Working in Canada is made possible with the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program. This permits anyone who has been studying for more than 8 months to stay after graduation. Hoping to further your education after your initial graduation? Take a look at the postgraduate study options below.
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