Canada Day: 6 Websites That Help International Students Aspiring To Study In Canada

By Sashikanth

The fireworks are about to overflow in the sky during the night as Canada is celebrating its anniversary today, i.e., July 1. The country located in North America, Canada, is all set to hold the unprecedented celebrations to commemorate its national day. Every year, Canada celebrates national day on July 1, which is believed to be the official birthdate because of the Constitution Act that joined the provinces to emerge as a single country.


Canada, which is known for its multicultural diversity and as the best country to live in, is one amongst the best student destinations in the world. The quality of education and Canada's study permit after acquiring an education are the major reasons why prospective international students are queuing up to study in Canadian universities. When the wishes are pouring on Canada for its birthday, let's tour the top 6 websites that are not only useful for prospective international students but also for the students down there.

Canada Day: 6 Best Websites For Students

1. EduCanada

This is an official study portal that provides all the information to international students about various educational opportunities. It also provides cost calculator, study program finder, study permit information and links to individual school information. The EduCanada exists because of the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC) and Global Affairs Canada.
Explore the website here.

2. International Scholarships

The country is committed to encouraging international students to take up higher education in Canada by awarding many government-supported scholarships. There are many research scholarships for non-Canadians. Students can explore this website to find the scholarships or funding opportunities available by Global Affairs Canada and others. One will also find scholarships available for Canadians.
Explore the website here.

3. Immigration, Refugees And Citizenship Canada (IRCC)

This IRCC is a section under the, which is run by the government of Canada. The aim of is to make things easy for Canadians to find all the information besides services. Students who are planning to study in Canada can make use of this website which will provide all the information about the study permits, work permits, visa details, etc.
Explore the website here.

4. Colleges And Institutes Canada (CICan)

Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) is a voluntary membership organisation representing publicly supported colleges and institutes in Canada. One can explore the website to know about the institutes that offer specialised courses. This is a very useful website for prospective international students who are about to begin their application process.
Explore the website here.

5. Universities Canada

This website is the voice of Canadian universities on higher education, research and innovation. The Universities Canada is an association of 96 member institutes dedicated to transforming lives through education. This will help students by providing information on the university study besides awarding scholarships on behalf of private sector companies.
Explore the website here

6. Canadian Bureau For International Education (CBIE)

CBIE, which was incorporated in 1966, is the national voice regarding the international education of Canada. It encourages students to take up international education dedicated to equity. The website, which is dedicated exclusively to international students, promotes Canada's international relations through foreign students pursuing higher studies in Canada and Canadians studying abroad.
Explore the website here.

These are some of the best websites required for a prospective international student to explore more about the higher education opportunities in Canada. India, which is a true friend to Canada, shares long-standing relations with the country. Let's not forget to send out best wishes to Canada on the occasion of Canada Day!

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