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The Land of Maple leaf – Canada

Known as the "The Land of Maple Leaf" Canada is the northernmost country in North America. It is also the most desirable country for immigrants in the world due to its very diverse social environment. The Canadian government encourages the coexistence and development of multiculturalism, allowing different ethnic groups to retain their own cultural traditions and customs while respecting the cultural characteristics of other ethnic groups. Ethnic inclusiveness is a major feature of Canadian life, which has also established a friendly and harmonious society.
Canada has ten provinces and three territories, and it is one of the countries with the largest number of cities selected as the world's best places to live.

  1. Initial Consultation:
    • Introduce Canadian schools in detail, from pre-school to university, from public to private
    • Ability assessment
  2. School Applications:
    • Assist students and parents in school selection
    • Initial study plan development
    • Submit application
  3. Study Permit Application 
  4. Continuing Services:
    • Homestay searching and application
    • Guardians contact and application
    • Airport pick-up and homestay check-in services
  5. Provide timely and comprehensive assistance to students throughout their aboard life
  6. Maintain close contact with the school on a regular basis to ensure the safety and success of our students
  7. Provide assistance with work visa applications and other related immigration services after student’s graduation.
  1. Comprehensive Consultation 
    • In order to provide better services, our consultants will thoroughly understand each student's unique learning background and requirements, taking into account factors such as academic goals, educational background, extracurricular interests, personality, and adaptability.
    • Additionally, we also need to understand the students' family financial situation in order to assess their suitability and feasibility for studying in various countries. These factors will directly impact the application process for acceptance and visas.
  2. Analysis and Suggestion 
    • Our consultants will develop individualized learning plans for each student based on extensive research and analysis of the materials provided by the students.
    • Our recommendations will help students and parents make the most informed decisions. In some cases, we will assist students in overcoming obstacles, such as utilizing scholarship programs to reduce financial burden.
    • Our experienced consultants will provide the best learning plans to achieve the students' ultimate learning goals.
  3. Application and Continuous Communication 
    • Once students have made a decision from our consultants' carefully selected plans, our consultants will also work closely with school representatives, immigration consultants, and lawyers during the application process.
    • This process includes admission applications, visa applications, scholarship applications, and arranging homestays, among other things.
    • Throughout the entire process, our professional consultants will maintain close communication with students and parents, acting as a bridge of communication between students and overseas schools.
  4. Preparations before departure 
    • GPC will help minimize the negative impact of cultural differences, language barriers, and other uncertainties that may arise when students study abroad.
    • GPC provide comprehensive pre-departure counseling and information sessions to help students understand and adapt to their new environment.
    • Our experienced counselors work closely with students and their families to address any potential psychological or adaptive issues.
    • Our aim is to help students focus on their studies and ensure a positive and successful overseas learning experience.
  5. Follow-up service 
    • GPC will provide students with a wide range of overseas support. These services include homestay visits, supervisory guardians, and student tutoring.
    • We also monitor the progress of the students and provide regular reports to parents.

The Canadian immigration department has strict visa application standards, resulting in a lower success rate compared to other education industry countries. However, the relaxed immigration policies still have a great attraction to parents and students interested in immigrating to Canada. Sending children to study in Canada early can be very helpful for future immigration.

In recent years, the Canadian government has increased its promotion efforts to attract more international students. Specifically, an education office has been set up in the Canadian embassy in China to contact major universities, which is very helpful for Chinese students to understand studying in Canada.

To retain talent, the Canadian immigration department has loosened the policy on post-graduation work permits for international students. Any international student who graduates from a regular Canadian higher education institution can obtain a work permit lasting from 1 to 3 years without job offer. This incentive program has attracted more international students to work in Canada after graduation, filling the demand for high-tech talent in the labor market, enriching Canada's talent pool, and creating favorable conditions for students to transfer their immigration status.

Compared to other countries (UK, US, Australia, New Zealand…), Canada not only provides quality education guarantees for students but also greatly reduces the difficulty of future work and immigration to Canada. It is a high-quality choice for studying and immigrating.

To apply for studying in Canada, applicants must submit their grades from the past two years and apply for admission to Canadian universities. When they are admitted and have paid tuition, they can receive a formal letter of admission. They can then start applying for a study permit, which requires sufficient proof of funds with a minimum of 18 months deposit period. Applicants must also clearly state their study purpose and intention to the Canadian immigration department to ensure a smooth visa application process.

We have the best follow-up service team in the province. Students will receive comprehensive care and weekly services from the moment they get off the plane. Parents, rest assured, your children are also our children.

  1. Exclusive airport pick-up service.
  2. Host family searching and application
  3. Introduction to family doctors, obstetricians, and ophthalmologists.
  4. Assistance with home purchases and rentals, car purchases and leases.
  5. Purchase household appliances and daily necessities.
  6. Apply for social welfare benefits, health insurance, child benefits, Canada Child Tax Benefits.
  7. Enroll in Government-provided ESL courses for new immigrants.
  8. Open bank accounts, educational and investment funds; file taxes; purchase insurance.

Studying in Canada has never been easier

World Rankings of Canadian Universities

26University of TorontoToronto
27McGill UniversityMontreal
46University of British ColumbiaVancouver
111Université de MontréalMontreal
126University of AlbertaEdmonton
140McMaster UniversityHamilton
149University of WaterlooWaterloo
170Western UniversityLondon
230University of OttawaOttawa
235University of CalgaryCalgary
240Queen's UniversityKingston
272Dalhousie UniversityHalifax
298Simon Fraser UniversityBurnaby
334University of VictoriaVictoria
414Université LavalQuébec
458University of SaskatchewanSaskatoon
494York UniversityToronto
521-530Concordia UniversityMontreal
581-590University of GuelphGuelph
591-600Université du QuébecQuébec
601-650Carleton UniversityOttawa
601-650University of ManitobaWinnipeg
651-8University of New BrunswickFredericton
701-750University of WindsorWindsor
751-800Memorial University of Newfoundland St. John's
751-800Université de SherbrookeSherbrooke
801-1000Ryerson UniversityToronto
1001-1200Brock University St. Catharines

Five Canada-Related Must-Know Facts

Nowadays, there is a rising trend of "basic education study abroad" in China, with primary and secondary school study abroad becoming a major trend. International education can significantly enhance one's competitiveness in the job market. Many parents of international students hope that their children can gain stronger competitiveness through this, and thus achieve greater success. This mentality is often more evident in families that choose to send their children abroad for basic education.

Exploratory Learning

Canadian education advocates for "mastering knowledge through practice". For example, primary school students are taken to farms and zoos to learn while observing animals up close, enhancing their learning experience and solidifying their knowledge. Teachers who promote food conservation will take students to make bread, letting them understand the origin of food and learn to cherish the effort that goes into producing it. These are not textbook knowledge, but rather a way to cultivate children's understanding of the world.

Unlock Potential in Sports

Hockey, curling, skiing, soccer, horseback riding, baseball, basketball, swimming, taekwondo, fencing, golf... any sport you can name has professional children's clubs in Canada. With proper training, children can even enter professional competitions. This provides every child with the opportunity to develop their potential.

Cultivating Good Habits 

Canadians place great importance on cultivating a habit of reading in children. This is a voluntary and self-motivated habit, not something enforced by teachers. Children can start frequenting libraries from a very young age because there are various activities specifically designed for them, such as singing, storytelling, guitar playing, and games. From initial entertainment and play, children gradually learn to read and recognize words through pictures, gaining knowledge while having fun.

Multicultural Communication

Student in Canada can participate in various clubs, organizations, and activities at school, or volunteer in the community to hone their skills. For Chinese students, participating in social activities not only helps to quickly improve their English proficiency and build confidence, but also develops their organizational and coordination skills when working with others. Through firsthand experiences, they gain a deeper understanding of social customs and culture, preparing them for their future integration into society.

Canadian students don’t have exam pressure when they transition from high school to university. In Canada's educational system, academic education is not the only thing that students need to focus on. In addition, the accumulation of social experience and the cultivation of communication skills are also particularly important. Therefore, to a large extent, the educational system of Canadian secondary schools is very attractive.

Cultivating creativity

For international students in primary and secondary schools, exposure to a completely different cultural environment before their thinking is fully settled is conducive to comparing the differences and similarities between the two cultures and ways of thinking, which also helps to cultivate student’s creativity. The way in which students who study abroad analyze problems will differ significantly from that of domestic students.

Independence Cultivation 

When children go abroad, they are separated from their parents and need to live and learn independently. In this environment, children can develop their own self-care abilities. Students with strong language skills, firm learning goals, and good habits of independent learning are suitable for studying abroad.

Language Advantage

In Canada, high school is three years (such as in British Columbia, grades 10-12), or four years (such as in Ontario, grades 9-12). International students who complete four years of high school will usually meet the language requirements for almost all North American universities (including top schools, some of which only require three years) without providing TOEFL, IELTS and other language test scores. Moreover, because of the credit system, students can transfer schools freely, even to schools in the United States, giving them a wider range of choices.

Diverse Assessment Methods

Canadian high schools use multiple methods to evaluate students' overall quality, including attendance, tests, classroom performance, exams, teamwork, etc. Upon graduation, students are also required to complete at least 40 hours of community volunteer work. There are various elective courses, and students' performance is not only evaluated based on a single exam but through a more diversified approach. This also allows students to have more time to devote to the cultivation of their overall qualities.

Equitable Allocation of Educational Resources

There is no official ranking of Canadian public high schools, and the education bureau has unified standards for funding, teaching staff, and facilities. Therefore, there is almost no difference in hardware conditions among public high schools. As long as students are willing to learn, the schools will provide an equal platform for all students. Usually, when people refer to "good school districts," they mean the surrounding communities where middle-class families reside, have sufficient income, and value investing in their children's education, thus creating a better learning atmosphere.

In Canada, higher education institutions are divided into universities, university colleges, colleges, and career colleges.

Most Canadian universities are publicly funded, and undergraduate programs typically take three to four years to complete. A master's degree is usually pursued after obtaining a bachelor's degree and takes one to two years to complete. Pursuing a doctoral degree typically takes three years. The length of the academic year can vary among institutions, with some universities having two semesters from September to December and from January to April, and others having three semesters from May to August.

  • Career College
    • Career colleges are private schools that offer post-secondary programs aimed at preparing students for the job market.
  • Community Colleges and Technical Colleges
    • There are 175 community colleges in Canada, all of which belong to the Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC). These organizations have considerable authority within the 12 education jurisdictions and their basic function is to adapt to the training needs of industry, commerce, and the public sector, continuously meeting the needs of vocational high school graduates and adult education.
  • University College
    • University colleges combine the best of both university and college, offering applied and academic programs. They offer both university degree programs and college diploma programs. The range of courses available to students is very broad, including language courses offered as a second language. This allows students to choose between the two types of programs mentioned above.
  • University
    • In Canada, there are many universities for international students to choose from. Canadian universities are well-known for their quality of teaching and academic research. Most universities are government-funded and are able to maintain a highly autonomous academic atmosphere and consistent quality of education regardless of location and area of study.
    • Many schools offer a wide range of programs and degrees from undergraduate to doctoral level. Academic requirements and curriculum vary depending on the province, school, and program of study. The university academic year typically runs from September to May, with some universities having a two-semester or three-term system and offering courses during the summer as well.