Why is Canada a first-choice international education hub?
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Why is Canada a first-choice international education hub?

Canada is a country of picturesque national parks, mouthwatering maple syrup and most importantly, incredible career prospects for international students.

Supplying international students with welcoming immigration policies, those who graduate from a designated learning institution are eligible to apply for a post-graduation work permit (PGWP) within 90 days of programme completion.

According to the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations, “How long the post-graduation work permit is valid for depends on the length of your study programme. If your programme was more than eight months but less than two years, your PGWP may be valid for up to the same length as your study programme. And if it was two years or more, a PGWP may be issued for three years.”

If you complete an undergraduate or postgraduate degree at a designated learning institution, there’s a strong chance you could stay on and work in beautiful Canada.

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Unlike other students who choose to study in different countries, if you complete a degree from a respected university in Canada, you’ll have the choice to stay, meaning you can make the most of the industry connections and friendships you’ve built up over the duration of your studies, continue along your professional path without hesitation and make the most of Canada, a global career hub.

Canada: Career-focused education with international reach

If you want to enhance your professional opportunities in Canada, you should select a university that offers a career-focused education with a global reach.

As a designated learning institution, Trinity Western University (TWU) in British Columbia boasts both of these benefits.  Recognized as Canada’s premier Christian university, TWU has welcomed students from around the world for over 55 years.

Recently expanding its international reach to India and Nepal, it’s a first stop study destination for global learners looking for supportive career advisors, and an inclusive community built on faith, diversity and immigration guidance from day one.

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With a wide-ranging spectrum of degree programmes from Business (BBA, BA), Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Education (BEd), Leadership (BA),  Linguistics, Psychology and a total of over 60 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, there’s never a shortage of study routes for you to consider.

As Trinity Western University’s Vice President Dr. Philip Laird (also Professor of Psychology at TWU) explains, “Canada itself has a great structure of academic quality with quality assurance metrics and standards. With a longstanding reputation of high-quality education, Trinity Western has students from 30+ countries around the world that make this university their home.

“As the largest Christian university in Canada, our historic record of academic quality also means that we can welcome students from around the world to our engaging and accepting culture and our safe campus community.”

Constructed upon a foundation of commendable core values, the university continues to have a transformational impact on the culture of study through academic classroom activities, student life involvement, co-curricular activities such as athletics and community trips and through the university’s Wellness Centre.

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Why do global learners trust TWU with their future success?

Accredited by the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, recognised by the US Department of Education and a longstanding member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, TWU has close to 30,000 alumni all around the world.

With such a high-profile, encouraging learning community, it’s clear to see that TWU wants students to receive the best start in life, develop into competent leaders, and make a positive impact in their families, communities and society.

Of her student experience, Jessica, a TWU Education graduate, says, “My professors are some of the most dedicated people I know. They truly want me to succeed.”

And Brian, a TWU History graduate, believes that, “My TWU experience did so much more than simply enabling me to develop relevant career skills.”

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Inspiring both hearts and minds, Trinity Western connects learners to Career & Professional Development and helps you explore personal, educational and career options through practica, internships, and mentor programmes where students can receive the support of successful alumni who have established themselves in their careers.  With a user-friendly Career Connect portal, you’ll be ahead of the competition with an astounding CV and a long list of industry connections to exploit before graduation.

To complement this initiative, the university also offers the U1 programme that provides international learners with weekly coaching sessions, writing and academic support, and acculturation support designed to help students improve their academic performance based on their unique needs. For all students at TWU, there is an emphasis on Success Coaching and Study Skills.  Open to all students, this programme will boost your prospects, giving you the advantage of a strategic academic plan and top exam preparation techniques.

Additionally, the TWU student support services are always there to guide you on immigration policies, the benefits you can receive after graduation in Canada and what job opportunities await after you have been awarded your qualification. TWU equips students with the skills needed to become community leaders and global changemakers.

As a transformative educational experience, you’ll start out your Canadian study adventure in search of academic achievement and a world-class degree to your name. But you’ll leave Trinity Western University equipped with a strategic career plan and the world at your feet.

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