5 Steps to Canada

Find the right program

Your program of study is one of the most important decisions you'll make. If you're not sure what the Canadian education system is like, read this article on schools and degree types in Canada. You’ll also want to research the cost of living in different parts of the country.

At the very least, be aware of this distinction:

- Undergraduate: Degree (3-4 years), diploma (2-3 years), or certificate (1 year) level, for students who have graduated high school, but have no other higher education.

- Graduate: For students who already have an undergraduate degree or diploma and want to continue their studies at an advanced level. (1-2 years for most graduate degrees.)

Get matched automatically to the right school and program for you

Getting Matched

Register for a free account with StudyinCanada.com to automatically get matched to programs based on your interests. Click here to sign up and get matched.

Program Quiz: A shorter version of getting matched, the program quiz asks you three quick questions and offers a list of programs that might fit you.

Career Quiz: Not sure what program is right for you? Take the career quiz and get a list of careers to consider, and the programs to help you get there.

Keyword Searching: Of course, you can always use an old-fashioned keyword search. Just visit the Programs page on StudyinCanada.com to start searching.

The Compare Tool: See how programs stack up against one another using the Compare tool. Compare programs from the same school, or different schools, across factors like cost, length, and prerequisites.

Career Paths: Each program includes potential career paths to explore. Each career has a profile with info on job openings, salary expectations, and more.

Costs: Most program listings on StudyinCanada.com include the cost per year for international students in Canadian dollars. Other costs, like material fees and living expenses, are on top of tuition.

Next Steps

If you haven't created an account yet, register for free with StudyinCanada.com, and start comparing your matching programs! When you've found some you like, it's time for step 2: applying to schools.

 2: Apply to schools