Language and Culture
Canada is a prominent country in the northern part of North America. There are ten provinces and three territories stretch from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific and Arctic Oceans, covering an area of 9.8 million square kilometres. It is the second-largest country in the world in terms of area. Despite its size, Canada is one of the most sparsely populated countries in the world. Canada’s capital is Ottawa, and the three largest metropolitan areas are Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver. Other popular Canadian cities include Halifax, Calgary and Winnipeg. Ontario and Quebec are famous for their industry.
At the same time, you will develop valuable professional and personal skills such as independence, openness, organization and adaptability.
The most important thing about studying abroad is that it is often available to students of all ages, high school or college graduates. Canadian universities offer highly specialized programs, curriculum adapted to current scenarios with high employment rates for graduates.
English and French are the official languages of Canada. With so many students and immigrants arriving in Canada, it has become a multilingual country with many languages, religions, and cultures. As it is a bilingual country we can expect to see signs and information in both English and French wherever you go. Canada ensures that people’s customs and traditions are preserved, also the value and dignity of people are respected.