The world’s second largest country by surface but relatively small in terms of population, Canada punches above its weight in economic terms. It is one of the world’s top trading nations – and one of its richest. Alongside a dominant service sector, Canada also has vast oil reserves and is a major exporter or energy, food and minerals. Canada is a North American country stretching from the U.S. in the south to the Arctic Circle in the north. Major cities include massive Toronto, west coast film center Vancouver, French-speaking Montreal and Quebec City, and capital city Ottawa.

Canada’s vast swaths of wilderness include lake-filled Banff National Park in the Rocky Mountains. It’s also home to Niagara Falls, a famous group of massive waterfalls. With its vivid culture, astounding natural setting and extensive landscape, it’s no wonder that Canada is a developed country and has the fifteenth-highest nominal per capita income globally as well as the tenth-highest ranking in the Human Development index.

It ranks among the highest in international measurements of government transparency, civil liberties, quality of life, economic freedom, and education.


  • Excellent quality of life
  • Enriching cultural experience
  • Qualifications valued around the world
  • Affordable education
  • Multicultural society
  • Healthy and safe communities
  • World-class language education
  • Academic Excellence
  • Inexpensive Medical Insurance
  • Opportunity employment in Canada
  • Canada is a very welcoming destination

Canada is justifiably proud of its universities and colleges. There is no formal ranking system though, and choices are often based on geographic convenience and the reputation of a particular course. Of the 36 universities in Canada, 8 are privately funded and 1 (Montreal) uses French as the medium of instruction. Students from all over the world come to Canada for their tertiary education, and Canadian degrees are recognized

An important feature of the higher education system is that it is based on principle that anybody who wishes to do so should be able to complete a higher education program in any specialization they wish. No distinction is made between higher professional education and academic education;
the same institution can provide both type of education. Students in bachelor’s programs always have ample freedom to choose electives, allowing a professional major to be supplemented with subjects of a more academic nature, and vice versa.

*Bachelor’s degree – 4 years

*Master’s degree – 2 years

*Medicine – 5 years

*Pharmacy/Architecture- 5 years

Admission requirements vary based on the course that the student is applying to and also the high school or university curriculum the student is currently studying.

**Registered students with Gyanberry are provided with detailed admission requirements as well as comprehensive guidance on the entire admission process.

a) Minimum AED 40,000 – Maximum AED 100,000 per academic year

Living Expenses: Approx. AED 30,000 – AED 40,000 per academic year

Part Time Work: Yes, Possible

Post Study – Work Visa: Yes

  • Canada has a thriving and vibrant economy with plenty of room for growth andmany opportunities. At this time, employment opportunities are abundant as many cities and provinces in Canada have labor shortages in important sectors and industries. Canadian employers are eager to hire qualified and responsible workers.
  • In particular, those with training in the healthcare industry, IT, and engineering are highly sought after. Canada’s top and best employers for this year are: Queen’s University, Nav Canada, Toronto Hydro, Google, SaskPower, Ubisoft, SAP, MEC, Costco wholesale, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario.
  • In Canada, federal and provincial laws protect workers and employers. Laws set minimum wage levels, health and safety standards, and hours of work. Human rights laws protect employees being treated unfairly because of their gender, age, race, religion, or disability.
  • The country holds a very organised system when it comes to employment, job application and the processes related to it.
  • University of Manitoba
  • Trent University
  • Navitas Foundation – Fraser International College leading to Simon Fraser University
  • Navitas Foundation- International College of Manitoba leading to University of Manitoba
  • Wilfred laurier University
  • Canadian Independent College