Canadian universities prepare graduates with the ability to think critically, to be adaptive to emerging technologies, to become leaders in professional fields and to seek solutions.
More than one third of Canada’s research is conducted at Canadian universities – one of the highest rates of academic research among OECD and G8 countries.
*Bacherlor´s are generally three or four years of undergraduate study.
* Master’s: one or two years of study after the bachelor’s degree, including a thesis, practicum, or research paper or course-based
*Doctoral: three years of study including a thesis, usually after the master’s degree
- Co-op programs: cooperative education and internships