3.Quality of life – Safe and peaceful
Canada has been consistently ranked as one of the safest nations in the world. As per the Global Peace Index, Canada is the 7th Safest country across the globe. As international student, you’ll enjoy the same rights as any other Canadian. Quality of life also translates in to basic necessities of life like clean air, clean water, and lower population/competition, sense of space etc. to other aspects of life like access to world class healthcare, good education infrastructure etc.
4. Earn while you learn
In addition to co-op, students are allowed to work part time for about 20 hours per week on campus or outside. They can also apply for up to 3 years of post-study work permit depending on the program duration.
5.Focus on skill development
Canada has a fantastic system called co-operative work, to address just that. Co-op basically provides work opportunities to students in their relevant sectors, while they are studying. This prepares the students for the real world by introducing them early to the work environment and also inculcates discipline.