Free

Education

Counseling

Service

Basic

Information

on

Canadian

Education

 
 
 

We offer free counseling services and information to students who are interested in furthering their studies in Canada. Our expertise services include:

  • Local support: We have a liaison office in Vancouver, Canada with over eighteen years of experiences in education counseling. We have established close relationship with post-secondary institutes and school boards across Canada, and our consultants are knowledgeable about a vast number of academic programs.

  • Free-of-charge counseling: We offer free professional counseling services to both Canadian and non-Canadian students in Hong Kong.

  • Education Fair: We had organized the Canada Education Fair in Hong Kong for six consecutive years from 2011 to 2017. In 2011 and 2012, the Fair was jointly organized with the Consulate General of Canada in Hong Kong. Representatives from more than 50 Canadian public and private secondary schools, universities and colleges had participated in these fairs.

Why

Choose

Canada?

  • QUALIFICATIONS VALUED AROUND THE WORLD – Canadian credentials will open doors for your future and benefit your career.

  • AFFORDABLE EDUCATION – Cost of living and tuition fees for international students are generally lower in Canada than in other countries.

  • MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY – Canadians are known for being friendly, open and tolerant and the country welcomes students from more than 200 ethnic origins.

  • HEALTHY AND SAFE COMMUNITIES – You’ll enjoy all of the freedoms which protect Canadians: respect for human rights, equality, and a stable and peaceful society.

  • WORLD-CLASS LANGUAGE EDUCATION – Teaching of French and English as first and second languages is an integral part of Canada’s education.

  • EXCITING CAMPUS LIFE – From wired libraries and Olympic-quality sports facilities, to public concert halls and art galleries, Canada’s post-secondary campuses offer you enormous possibilities to combine learning and leisure.

  • INNOVATIVE & ABUNDANT RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES – The education system in Canada is grounded in a culture of research and development with excellent research facilities.

  • WORK OPPORTUNITIES – International students with qualified Canadian credentials may apply for a work permit during their course of studies and upon graduation from post-secondary diploma or degree programs

  • University: There are 96 public and private not-for-profit universities that offer a vast choice of undergraduate and post-graduate programs, as well as professional designations, certificate and diploma course.

  • Community College: There are over 150 members of the Association of Canadian Community Colleges. They are public institutions offering credentials that are sanctioned by provincial and territorial governments. Public colleges may also be known as institutes of technology, community colleges, polytechnics, colleges of applied arts and technology, and in Quebec, colleges d’enseignement général et professional (cégeps). They offer a wide range of education programs in a vast array of technical and professional fields. Programs take from a few months to four years.

  • High School and Elementary School: There are public and private primary and secondary schools. Public schools usually do not provide boarding facilities. They are intended for local students but they also accept international students and provide a homestay program with Canadian families. Many private schools provide residences and welcome international students. In all provinces except Quebec, students may seek admission to university after 12 years (Grade 1 to Grade 12) of primary and secondary schooling. In Quebec, there are only 11 years of elementary and secondary education. Students intending to enter university must first study two or three years at a CEGEP (college of general and vocational education).

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