Studying in Canada is affordable. Post-secondary tuition is generally lower than colleges and universities in the UK, US and Australia. They are not only more affordable but also higher quality with the latest content and pedagogy.
College programs vary in length and often less expensive than university programs. Some programs include work-integrated learning, which may help you earn an income while you are studying in Canada.
There are high-quality colleges and vocational schools in all the Canadian provinces, with varying cost of living. Larger cities in Canada are also relatively more affordable than many cities in developed nations. The minimum wage in Canada is also very reasonable.
Tuition fees for international students in Canada vary depending on the program, locations, and the college you choose.
Living expenses for international students in Canada
When you’re planning your budget as an international student in Canada, there are some important expenses to consider:
Food and groceries
Entertainment and fun