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FinanceStudyingJuly 22, 2021

How to Fund Your Education as a Newcomer Student in Canada

Canada is home to some of the best schools and universities. Many students globally view studying in Canada as an opportunity to gain world-class education at an economical cost in comparison to countries like the United States, United Kingdom or Australia. Being part of a growing multicultural environment and the [...]

FinanceJuly 31, 2020

How to open an international student bank account in Canada

Managing finances, budgeting, and paying school fees are important tasks in every student’s life. As an international student in Canada, one of the things to get you started with your finances is opening a bank account.  In this article, we will guide you through the process of opening an account [...]

FinanceHousingStudyingFebruary 3, 2020

Mind over money: How to budget for student life in Canada

You are not alone. Every year several hundred thousand students arrive in Canada with hopes and dreams of graduating from some of the internationally acclaimed schools and universities located in various Canadian provinces. The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship (IRCC) highlighted that at the end of 2021, more than 600,000 [...]

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