Study in CANADA

Studying in Canada

When we think of Canada, we probably think of its picture postcard beauty – wide-open spaces, dramatic mountains, pristine forests and majestic lakes.

Canada is among the top three countries in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development

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Study in CANADA

What might not come to our mind, however, is that this country has a modern, progressive, open and tolerant multi-cultural society with its 2 official languages – English and French.

Canada is ranked as the number one country in the world to live in and for the better study options.

Living in Canada is similar in many respects to living in other Western countries, however there are some aspects of daily life that are unique in this nation.

Studying in Canada


 The quality of education in Canada is very good, every university has a style of its own: large, bustling campuses or smaller, more intimate settings; a university education in English or French; metropolitan cities or small towns. Students can choose to study at universities that offer a wide range of subjects at the undergraduate and graduate courses, or at small liberal arts institutions with a focus on undergraduate education. Great importance is given to learning and maintaining high standards of  education here. Canada’s universities and colleges are world-renowned for their high standards, safe campuses, and educational excellence.


They are at the forefront of the information technology revolution and ensure that their students are equipped for the 21st century. Canada even fosters diversified study options at Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Postgraduate Diploma and MS (Master of Science) levels. Moreover, a number of Canadian institutions are involved in international research partnerships to study and address major world issues.

The Canadian institutions and universities offer tailored programmes, and these courses may differ from campus to campus, but the ultimate goal of P3 overseas is to provide service & support to ensure success of the students.



We always recommend our students to stay on campus. Not only are the basic amenities easily accessible but also on-campus life allows students to gradually integrate into the student community under the guidance of peers and staff. Home-stays provide family life and are usually cheaper than on campus accommodation. Depending on your location, normally home-stays cost 800-1000USD a month on single occupancy room basis, including meals. Students who decide to rent an apartment can also get valuable help from the university student association.


·       MONEY

Before opening an account, a student should find out which banks are near where they would live and study. It may be difficult to open an account from overseas, so we recommend our students to take enough cash  with them to live on until they can open an account and arrange for funds that needs to be transferred from home.



When getting ready for different destination and living alone a student should be prepared with basic necessities. As a student they need to plan accordingly, prepare a list of things which they will need initially. Make sure their baggage should include seasonally and appropriate clothing, insurance documents, medicines, medical prescription and a letter from doctor.



When a student first arrive, it is expected that they will be calling home frequently. It is essential for them to  check phone’s compatibility with the local mobile operators, as some phones don’t work in Canada. With diverse choices of handsets and monthly plans, they can enjoy variety in handsets, operators and at a very competitive costs.



Usually college campus is fully equipped with Wi-Fi. Students do get access in the college campus. But it’s better to have a personal laptop. Students can check out the details at their university’s book store.