The two countries that receive the most applications from international students are the USA and Great Britain, but both are expensive compared to Canada. You should compare tuition fees and cost of living, work in the currency exchange rate, and then start calculating value. British Columbia consistently serves up the best value – affordable education, an excellent system known the world over, safe and beautiful environment, and plenty of choice. And becoming an international student is often easier in Canada than in other English-speaking countries.

Study Permits, needed for many international students, are obtainable from Canadian consular offices in almost every major country. The process is simple and applications are generally processed quickly. Once you are living in Canada as an international student you can renew your Study Permit to complete your high school studies and also your post-secondary education. College and University student visa holders are often allowed to work while they study and also may stay in Canada to work after completion of their degree.