CareerStudyingJuly 13, 2022

How to write a cover letter as an international student in Canada

For most international students studying in Canada, the ultimate objective of gaining a world-class education is to set themselves up for a successful career. The knowledge, skills, and work experience you acquire during your studies, and the professional network you establish will help prepare you for the Canadian job market. [...]

StudyingJune 27, 2022

Resume writing tips for international students in Canada

As an international student in Canada, education is your first priority. However, one of the main goals of studying in Canada is to establish the skills, knowledge, and network that forms the foundation for your career. No matter your field of study, there is no shortage of skilled job opportunities [...]

StudyingJune 22, 2022

How to get a Letter of Acceptance (LOA) to study in Canada

As an international student, studying in Canada can lay a strong foundation for your future career and life. However, even though Canada is known for its welcoming temporary residence policies, not everybody qualifies to study in Canada.  To be eligible for a study permit, you must first secure admission into [...]

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HealthcareStudyingAugust 5, 2021

Health insurance for international students in Canada: Things to know

Canada is known for its world-class education and its publicly funded health care system. However, international students aren’t automatically eligible for free universal health care in every province and territory.  Here’s what you need to know about health care coverage as an international student in Canada. In this article: An [...]

StudyingJuly 30, 2021

Adapting to cultural differences in Canada as an international student

Canada is known for its cultural diversity and, as an international student, classroom interactions may be your first experience with people from very different backgrounds and cultures. Many international students experience some degree of culture shock in their first few months in Canada. Even though most Canadians are warm and [...]

StudyingJuly 26, 2021

Tips for succeeding as an international student in Canada

Each year, hundreds of thousands of international students come to Canada to build a better future for themselves. Whether it’s the world-class education that draws you, or you plan to stay and work in Canada and use education as a pathway to permanent residency, achieving success as a student will [...]

StudyingJuly 20, 2021

Your First Week as an International Student in Canada

Last updated: March 28, 2022 Canada is one of the world’s leading study destinations, due to its high quality of education, diverse culture, and overall quality of life. Each year, the country welcomes thousands of international students and sets them on a path to academic and personal success. Whether you [...]

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