The most popular provinces to go to university are British Columbia and Ontario, where two major cities in Canada are located — Vancouver and Toronto. We also want to highlight Quebec, as little attention is often paid to it. Quebec is a bilingual province, and Montreal is the second-largest city in Canada after Toronto. There are plenty of English-language programs in Quebec if you don't know French. It's also worth noting that studying here is much cheaper than in other Canadian provinces.
Canadian universities and colleges offer a wide array of programs, such as business, finance, marketing, medicine, engineering, education, law, graphic design, directing, among others. Scholarships at each university can be allocated best on your subject, increasing the chance that you will receive one.
One of the most substantial advantages of studying in Canada is the chance to receive a residence permit when you graduate from a Canadian university. You will also have permission to work after graduating from 1 to 3 years with a so-called Post-Graduation Work Permit. This option allows graduates to receive invaluable experience working at Canadian organizations with prospects of soon receiving permanent residence in Canada.