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How is Student Life in Canada?
Asked by: study_lover
Posted on Wed, 28 May 2008 12:52:23 GMT
I am Indian student trying to apply in one of the top University of Canada to continue my studies in Public Health. I am trying to know, how is student life in Canada? How is employment opportunity in Canada for International Student? Is there any language problem for international student in Canada? Is any extra language proficiency can help in increasing opportunities for student? How is climatic condition? Is it suitable for student like me – for an Indian?
Canada is among the best destinations for higher education. It is popular destination among international students due to its quality education.
Student life in Canada varies according to place you stay. English language is must but French language is also in practice widely. Use of French language in Canada is almost equal to English language. French language is also important for your job opportunity.
As Canada lies at extreme northern hemisphere, the temperate is cold in average. There are many Indian students already studying in Canada. Education from Canada has global reorganization. You’ll enjoy your life in Canada. Most of the universities have students from all around the world therefore there’ll be exchange of culture and ideas. You’ll be able to expand your horizon and most probably you’ll develop some lifelong friendships.
EduExpert answered 47 years and 4 months ago
I think, student life is good in Canada because many Indian students are studying in Canada.
mike2011 answered 5 years and 8 months ago
In Canada near about 30 percent Indian are currently living so you have don,t face language problem in Canada and jobs depends on your skills.
zaidi112 answered 5 years ago
In Canada there are lots of Indians are living and most of the Punjabi. You can really enjoy your student life in Canada.
sultan111 answered 5 years ago
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