Prospective students interested in moving abroad may be weighing the pros and cons of studying in Canada vs the USA. Though the USA is a popular destination, Canada currently holds the title of the number one country for foreign students.
A Canadian study permit can be processed in as little as 3 weeks. On the other hand, the U.S. visa application system is a lengthy and complicated process, requiring intense scrutiny, questioning, and plenty of waiting.
On average, Canadian university tuition fees are 27% more economical than at US universities. The cost of living is also lower in Canada. International students may be choosing to study in Canada because it’s more affordable.
International students can work in Canada for up to three years after they graduate; however, this is not the case in the United States where no employment after graduation is allowed unless you have been sponsored.
Universities in the US ask you to submit your GPA and the results of entrance examinations GMAT, TOEFL, and IELTS. The GRE and GMAT are less important to Canadian universities than your GPA and IELTS/TOEFL scores.
US-Engineering, Computer Science, Business Management, Data Science, Medicine, and Biotechnology Canada.
Computer Science and IT, Media &Journalism, Applied and Pure Sciences, Health and Medicine, and Hospitality & Tourism.