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A new type of university – innovative, enterprising and business-facing with a commitment to adding value to employers, enterprise, regional and national economies.

Why Study Here :

  • The University of Hertfordshire is one of the top 100 universities in the world under 50 years old according to the Times Higher Education 100 under 50 rankings 2015.
  • We are included in the Times Higher Education list of the 100 most international universities in the world published in January 2015.
  • The University is one of the top 20 universities in the world to study animation according to this month's 3DWorld magazine (April 2012).
  • The University's formula student team is the most successful UK team.
About Canada

Canada is the second largest country in the world, being a federation of ten provinces and three territories.  These stretch over almost 4 million square miles, which is almost 6.5% of the total land area of the world.  This vast area covers many geographical areas from tundra in the north to the prairies in the mid west, the rocky mountains in the west and the great lakes and coastal regions of the east.  The diversity of the environment will fascinate and inspire you. 

Canada has a population of under 40 million people (approximately 0.5% of the current world population), and the majority of people tend to be concentrated in the cities of the east.  Eastern Canada is the heart of the country with Toronto, Montreal and the national capital Ottawa all relatively close together, and Vancouver on the west coast.  The central cities of Calgary and Edmonton sit on the plains, and offer their own unique experience.

All cities are easily accessible by plane, rail and road, and offer great trans Canadian sightseeing opportunities.

Canada is socially and financially very stable, with a parliamentary democracy.  It is a diverse society with a large immigrant population.  Canada is well known for its natural resources, and has thriving energy and agricultural sectors, and is a recognised leader in the world in these, and other, areas such as medicine and biotechnology.

Canada is ranked number 2 in the G20 as the easiest place to start a business and is one of the least corrupt societies in the world.

Coming to Canada to study will give you an insight into Canadian culture and lifestyle, and obtaining your qualification could well lead to a well paid job and mean that you will never want to leave.

 

Canada Weather

Canada is often stereotyped as being cold.  In the north it is cold.  Very cold.  There is perma frost, a temperature of perhaps lower than minus 25 degrees Celsius, and indigenous people living a traditional way of life that is celebrated by Canadian culture.  But that is not the end of the story on climate.

To the south there are four distinct seasons, and the temperature can climb to 35 degrees Celsius in the summer.

The East coast has its hottest month in January, with an average temperature of 21°C (70°F), the most daily sunshine hours (11), and it is also the wettest month with an average of 60mm of rainfall.

The coldest month is January at -3°C (28°F).  there can be significant snowfall, especially from ‘lake effect snow’ and Canadians take advantage of this by their extensive winter sporting opportunities.

The West coast, Vancouver area sees August is the hottest month with an average temperature of 18°C (64°F) and the coldest month is January at 4°C (38°F).

The most daily sunshine hours is 13 in July, and this is also the best month to swim in the sea as the average sea temperature is 14°C (57°F). The wettest month is November with an average of 200mm of rain

So, even from the simple snapshot you can see that the climate and weather varies from province to province, and this leads to many environmental wonders and experiences that cannot be found anywhere else.

Holidays and Festivals

Canada marks its holidays by Statute, following religious and patriotic occasions, although as like most western countries the holidays are periods for shopping and sales.

The holidays are;

New Years Day

            January 1st each year.

Good Friday

            This is a Christian remembrance day on the Friday before Easter Sunday. Easter falls on the first Sunday following the full moon on or after 21 March, taken to be the date of the vernal equinox.

Easter Monday

            Christian celebration of the resurrection. Easter Monday occurs after Easter Sunday, which commemorates Jesus Christ's resurrection.

Victoria (Empire or Commonwealth or Journe nationale des patriotes) Day.

This is celebrated on the Monday before May 25th each year. Traditionally, cottages are opened for the summer and gardens planted on this weekend, and the day is still celebrated in some parts of the country with fireworks displays.

Canada Day

July 1, commemorates the day on which Canadian Confederation came into existence in 1867. Originally celebrated in rather quiet - and hence very Canadian - ways, Canada Day is now the occasion for elaborate cultural and entertainment spectacles, many paid for by the federal government to foster Canadian culture.

Labour Day

This is celebrated on the first Monday in September.  It honours the contribution of organised labour, and can see union organised parades and picnics, particularly in Ontario,

Thanksgiving Day

This is observed on the second Monday in October, and celebrates the end of the harvest season.  It is earlier that the same holiday in the USA, reflecting the shorter agricultural growing season in Canada.

Remembrance Day

November 11th.  This is the day of the armistice that ended the Great War (World War 1).  It is celebrated at the National Cenotaph in Confederation Square, Ottawa, and at cenotaphs in towns and villages all over the country.  It is marked by a moment of silence at 11am, and parades of veterans of armed conflict.

Christmas Day

Christian Festival celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ.

Boxing Day

The second day of Christmastide, and St Stephens’ day.  Boxing day as a term refers to the old tradition of providing servants with a ‘christmas box’ on the day following Christmas.  It is now more of a consumer driven shopping experience.

Other holidays and festivals

Civic holiday (Heritage Day in Alberta), Saskatchewan Day, and Simcoe Day or McLaughlin Day in Ontario is celebrated in most provinces at the beginning of August.

Quebecers celebrate the Fête nationale du Québec (Québec national holiday) on June 24.

 

Newfoundland and Labrador observe Memorial Day (July 1).

The Northwest Territories celebrates National Aboriginal Day (June 21).

 

Yukon has celebrated Discovery Day in August since 1912.

Food In the Canada
canadian foods

A small sampling of Canadian foods. Top to bottom, left to rightMontreal-style smoked meatmaple syruppeameal baconbutter tartpoutineNanaimo bar

Canadian food varies across the country as you may expect, and has traditional French, English and Scottish roots.

 

Immigration has impacted the food of Canada, and now multi cultural food outlets are found almost universally across the country.  There are some national dishes, but you will be able to find your own taste of food without difficulty and also be exposed to new influences.

 

Maple syrup is a national staple of Canada, universally available, and has aboriginal origins.  This is commonly served with pancakes at breakfast.

Regional differences include British culinary influences in the maritime areas and Upper Canada (lots of fish, beef and pork). 

French influences are seen throughout Lower Canada, Northeastern Ontario and New Brunswick.  Dutch and Scandinavian culinary influences are found in the Southwestern regions of Ontario.

In the prairie provinces  Ukrainian, German and Polish influences dominate.

There are many Chinese restaurants in each region, and these tend to tailor their cuisine to local tastes, and this leads to variation across the country.

Poutine is a Canadian national dish originating from the province of Quebec consisting of French fries and cheese curds topped with a brown gravy.  It is celebrated as a symbol of Québécois cultural pride, and is very popular in the province.  Annual poutine celebrations occur across both Canada and the Northwestern USA.

Places to visit
1. Toronto

Toronto is Canadas’ largest city, and probably its best known, eclipsing the Capital, Ottawa. Totonto has skyscrapers, upmarket shopping areas and bohemian experiences. It is also where the CN Tower is located, perhaps Canadas most famous man made landmark.

Toronto

Photo: Alamy

2. Niagara Falls

Niagara falls sits on the US-canadian border and actually consists of three sets of waterfalls, the Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls. 

Niagara falls form the highest flow rate of any waterfall in the world (around 2,400 m3 per second). Once you've seen the Falls (and perhaps taken a Maid of the Mist tour), you can explore the theme park-esque town that lives off the natural wonder's tourist appeal.

Niagara Falls

Take the Maid of the Mist tour of the Niagara Falls Photo: Getty

3. Montreal

The second largest city in Canada, Montreal is France's home away from home. The city's official language is French and spoken by more than half of the population. The French also lend the city its sense of cool, laid-back chic. It is a cultural hub with more than a few international flavours and boasts more than 100 festivals a year.

Montreal

Le Fleuve Saint-Laurent, Montreal Photo: Fotolia/AP

3. Montreal

The second largest city in Canada, Montreal is France's home away from home. The city's official language is French and spoken by more than half of the population. The French also lend the city its sense of cool, laid-back chic. It is a cultural hub with more than a few international flavours and boasts more than 100 festivals a year.

Montreal

Le Fleuve Saint-Laurent, Montreal Photo: Fotolia/AP

4. Vancouver

Vancouver has been named the "best place to live in the world" more than a few times. The west coast city in British Columbia boasts a buzzy cultural life, a rich platter of ethnically diverse restaurants and a cosmopolitan population.

Vancouver

The west end of Vancouver Photo: Fotolia/AP

5. The Canadian Rockies

The Canadian Rockies span British Columbia and Alberta and is one of the world's most impressive mountain ranges. Boasting mind-boggling scenery and a number of Canada's highest peaks, the region is ideal for explorers. There are also a number of ski resorts in the mountain range, including Banff, and the National Park.

The Canadian Rockies

Moraine Lake in the Canadian Rockies Photo: Fotolia/AP

6. Whistler

One of North America's largest and most popular ski resorts hosted the Winter Olympics in 2010 and boasts some 8,000 acres of pistes and 1,610m of vertical. Its ski area across two mountains - Whistler and Blackcomb - enjoys a long season from November to May and an impressive and reliable average snowfall.

Whistler

Photo: Mike Crane/Tourism Whistler

7. The Yukon

The north west corner of Canada is a sparse expanse of peaks, wildlife and adventure. The Yukon is home to the highest mountain in Canada, Mount Logan (5,959m) and is a treasure trove of pristine nature. Sports enthusiasts can paddle lakes and rivers in canoes and kayaks, ride or walk trails, ski and snowboard or try ice climbing and dog sledding.

The Yukon

The Yukon in the autumn Photo: Fotolia/AP

8. Quebec and Quebec City

Quebec, the largest province in Canada, and its capital, Quebec City, are on the country's east coast, and play host to some of Canada's most beautiful countryside. Quebec City is one of the oldest settlements in North America, French-speaking and home to the Château Frontenac, a 19th century hotel that dominates the city's skyline. Quebec the province, of which Montreal is a part, has small, picturesque towns, ski resorts and moose.

Quebec and Quebec City

The Château Frontenac in Quebec City Photo: Fotolia/AP

9. Ottawa

For a capital city, Ottawa is small and friendly and nowhere near the size of counterparts Toronto and Montreal. The city is charming and bike-friendly, peaceful and civilised, and a great base for exploring the Canadian wilderness on its doorstep in Ontario.

Ottawa

The Parliament Buildings in Ottawa Photo: Fotolia/AP

10. Nova Scotia and Halifax

Nova Scotia, or New Scotland, is not entirely dissimilar to its etymological cousin - famed for its seafood, nautical heritage and moderate climate. Its capital, Halifax, played a role in rescuing survivors from the Titanic over a century ago, and before that was the end point for the Royal Mail Ship Britannia's crossing from Liverpool in 1840, arriving at the historic port after only 12 days at sea.

Nova Scotia and Halifax

Peggy's Cove in Nova Scotia Photo: Fotolia/AP

What language are spoken

Canada is officially a bilingual country, English and French are spoken throughout Canada, and have official federal status.  French influences are apparent especially in Quebec, where the official language is French, but all legislation is in both French and English.

There are a multitude of other languages, as you may expect in a culturally diverse society.

WHY STUDY IN CANADA

Canada ranks third in the world for quality of education, life and job prospects for international students (2016 HSBC report).

8 Canadian universities rank among the global top 200 - The Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2016/2017)

 5 Canadian MBA schools are in the top 100 - Financial Times Global MBA Rankings (2016)

Canada has a world class education system and an internationally recognised research programme.  It is a world leader in many subject areas, and it has a strong commitment to ongoing education and career development.

BENEFITS OF CANADA EDUCATION

Canada is one of the five largest energy producers in the world

Canada’s ICT sector is among the world’s strongest

Canada is pioneering new technologies in the fields of nuclear energy, oil and gas, and hydrogen fuel cells

Canada is a major producer of green energy using solar, biomass, wind, tidal, thermal and hydroelectric energy

Four Canadian universities ranked in the 2016 ARWU top 100 in computer science

Four Canadian universities ranked in the top 100 of the 2017 QS World University Rankings in engineering/technology

 

Canada ranked 1st out of 16 countries for alumni employment in the 2015 HSBC report on the cost of international university education

On average, adults working full time in Canada earn more per month than those in Australia, France, Germany and the U.K.

95 % of college graduates are employed

Post Graduation Work Placement Programme (PGWPP) offers the ability to extend your Visa for two years work following successful completion of your studies if you have completed a qualifying course at a  Public Sector university, college, polytechnic, CEGEPs and institutes, not private colleges or language schools,.

Spousal employment and free provincial public childrens’ education is then available.

The Canadian High Commission web site should always be consulted for up to date accurate information.

AVAILABLE STUDY OPTIONS

Canadian study options include;

Language courses

Foundation courses

Undergraduate courses

Postgraduate courses

Doctoral programmes

EXPLORE THE CANADA
 
LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT

Applicants are required to meet minimum English language proficiency requirements for direct entry into academic programs.

Students may meet this condition by either providing an acceptable English language proficiency test score (TOEFL, IELTS, etc.) or by achieving an acceptable score on the TRU English Placement Test (EPT). Students are strongly encouraged to complete an acceptable test prior to arriving to improve course selection options, but this is not mandatory.

In order to verify all English language proficiency test scores, students must have an official copy sent directly to TRU Admissions from the testing agency. Copies of test scores, provided to the ESAL department upon arrival, will not be accepted.

Students who fail to achieve the results for direct entry into academic programs will be placed in the appropriate level of English language study as indicated below.

TRU Placement

TOEFL iBT

TOEFL paper-based

IELTS

MELAB

CanTEST

CAEL

Direct entry to academic programs

88+ with no section below 20

570+ TWE 4.5+

6.5+ with no bands below 6.0

81+

4.5+ with no component score below 4.0

Overall 70+
No subtest below 60

Direct entry into Level 5 ESL

80+

550-569 TWE 4.0+

6.0+ with no band below 5.5

77+

4.0+ with no component score below 4.0

Overall 60+
No subtest below 50

Direct entry into Level 4 ESL

71+

530-549

5.5+ with no band below 5.0

74+

4.0+ with no component score below 3.5

Overall 50+
No subtest below 40

Direct entry into Level 3 ESL

61+

500-529

5.0+

69+

3.5+

Overall 40+

 

HOW TO APPLY

Applications for most programs commences on October 1, and continues throughout the year to the following March.


Limited admission programs do not have a posted deadline but you are encouraged to complete your application early to ensure seat availability. Application deadlines that fall on a weekend or a statutory holiday will be extended to the next working day.

 General

Applications are competitive, there is no guarantee of a place.  Higher ranked universities are very sought after, and competition is tough.

Academic programs generally require BC high school graduation or equivalent. Exceptions to this requirement will be indicated below. You may be considered to have the equivalent of BC high school graduation for admission purposes if you have completed:

  • the BC Adult Graduation (Adult Dogwood) diploma, or previously the ABE Provincial diploma
  • the General Education Diploma (GED)

 English

Masters Program admission requirements;

You must have obtained an undergraduate degree or successfully completed the first three years (min. 90 credits) or more of an undergraduate degree;

 

Other requirements;

Official transcripts; LSAT score; Personal Statement; 3 references; Any other supplemental documents required by your selected category of admissions

Canadian Accredited Independent Schools (CAIS) Represents over 90 Canadian elementary and secondary independent schools from across Canada.

www.cais.ca www.boardingschools.ca

BOARDING SCHOOLS

Primary and secondary schools offer a nurturing environment focused on student needs Schools aim for a low student-teacher ratio High school graduates excel in science, reading and mathematics (PISA, OECD) Quality is consistently high - students are well prepared to attend their university or college of choice

A wide range of options: public, private and independent schools

Schools are provincially accredited and government approved

Canadian high school diplomas are recognized worldwide

Host families are welcoming, caring and supportive, and are carefully screened and selected

Canadian Association of Public Schools – International (CAPS-I) Represents 127 Canadian public school districts/boards that recruit international students at the elementary and secondary levels. www.caps-i.ca

LEARN ENGLISH

Langues Canada Represents Canadian language schools accredited under an internationally recognized quality assurance mechanism. www.languagescanada.ca

FOUNDATION PATHWAY

Pathways

Education pathways are flexible and offer students a streamlined approach

Arrangements exist between programs, institutions, provinces and countries

Types of pathways

K-12 to post-secondary

College to university

University to postgraduate diploma (college)

 Language school to post-secondary

Private school to public school

Colleges and Institutes Canada (CiCan) Represents publicly supported colleges, institutes, cegeps and polytechnics in Canada and internationally.www.collegesinstitutes.ca

UNDERGRADUATE / Masters

Outstanding array of quality-assured programs: over 15,000 undergraduate and graduate programs at more than 100 universities.

 Institutions range from large, research-intensive universities to smaller undergraduate campuses

 Professors are caring and supportive

Cutting-edge technology and research

Some co-operative education and internship options

Universities Canada (UC) Represents 97 Canadian public and private not-for-profit universities and universitydegree level colleges. www.univcan.ca

PHD/DBA/RESEARCH

Canada represents only 0.5% of the world's population, yet Canadian researchers publish more than 3% of the world's scientific papers

Fields in which Canada has both a relatively high degree of specialization and a high impact (above the G7 average) include Clinical Medicine; Biology; Information and Communication Technologies; Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry; Earth and Environmental Sciences; and Economics and Business. LEARN IN CANADA Canada has 2,000 Canada Research Chairs and 20 Industrial Research Chairs fund $300 million annually to attract and retain outstanding scholars and scientists.

SCHOLARSHIP & FINANCIAL SUPPORT

Average full-time annual fees to study in Canada for International undergraduate students is CDN $23,500.

International graduate students fees are approximately $15,000 CDN

There are many scholarships for international students available directly from Canadian institutions; students should also research the availability of scholarships from their home governments

 Entrance scholarships are generally based on academic merit

Institutional and government bursaries and grants may also be made available once studies are underway

For scholarships offered by the Canadian government, visit www.scholarships.gc.ca

 
MONEY & COSTS

About The United Kingdom

The United Kingdom is probably one of the most cosmopolitan countries in Europe, joining people from all over the world in one truly multicultural society. More than 400,000 international students visit the UK every year.

British universities provide a broad range of internationally-recognised study programmes, preparing students for future careers in major international companies. The United Kingdom is also home to some of the best research facilities in the world.

The UK has one of the most developed countries worldwide, with many important sectors that positively impact the country’s economy, such as aerospace, pharmacy, oil and gas production, services, tourism, and education.

The famous UK rainy weather is not a very pleasant feature, but at least, you won’t experience harsh winters or very hot summers either.

ACCOMODATION

UK weather and what to wear

The UK is often associated with rain, but this is because the weather can be unpredictable. The rain doesn't come all in one season – it can come at any time of year, and on any day. You might experience beautiful sunshine, blustering winds and drizzling rain – all in one afternoon!

But with the right clothes and the right attitude, you can enjoy the UK, whatever the weather. There’s not much better than lazing by the river in the sunshine, dancing in the mud at a music festival, or heading out for a snowball fight.

TRAVEL & TOURISM

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HEALTH & WELFARE

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FOOD COST

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EU STUDENTS

About The United Kingdom

The United Kingdom is probably one of the most cosmopolitan countries in Europe, joining people from all over the world in one truly multicultural society. More than 400,000 international students visit the UK every year.

British universities provide a broad range of internationally-recognised study programmes, preparing students for future careers in major international companies. The United Kingdom is also home to some of the best research facilities in the world.

The UK has one of the most developed countries worldwide, with many important sectors that positively impact the country’s economy, such as aerospace, pharmacy, oil and gas production, services, tourism, and education.

The famous UK rainy weather is not a very pleasant feature, but at least, you won’t experience harsh winters or very hot summers either.

TYPES OF STUDENT VISA

For more information on work permit programs and eligibility criteria, visit www.cic.gc.ca

 Study Permits

You need a study permit to study in Canada for six months or longer

You need the following documents to apply:

Proof of acceptance

Valid passport

 Proof of financial support

 Letter of explanation

 There are two ways to apply:

 Online

 On paper

For more information on eligibility, applying and how to prepare for your arrival in Canada, visit the Government of Canada’s Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship website: www.cic.gc.ca (under the Study section)

Online resources • Official study in Canada portal www.EduCanada.ca • Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials www.cicic.ca • Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada www.cic.gc.ca • YouTube – EduCanada Channel • Flickr – EduCanada

 

The culture in Canada is friendly, if nothing else. We knew that, but it turns out that friendliness extends to extraterrestrials—the country built the world’s first UFO Landing Platform way back in 1967. Located in St. Paul, Alberta, the platform is round (much like the UFOs meant to land on it) and contains a map of Canada.

https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/world-s-first-ufo-landing-pad

 

The Polar Bear Swim occurs on New Years Day in English Bay, Vancouver, no polar bears are present, but many non furry people plunge into icy waters, just don’t stay in too long!!

http://vancouver.ca/parks-recreation-culture/polar-bear-swim.aspx

WORK WHILE STUDYING IN THE UK

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HOW TO APPLY

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PRE-DEPARTURE INFORMATION

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Masters Degrees In CANADA

Master of Arts (B.A.)

533 Programms

Master of Science (B.Sc.)

444 Programms

Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)

180 Programms

Graduate Certificate

66 Programms

Bachelor Degrees In CANADA

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

533 Programms

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

444 Programms

Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)

180 Programms

Graduate Certificate

66 Programms

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MSc International Management
BPP University

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BSc (Hons) Computer Science

Plymouth University, UK