1 One of the world’s leading immigration universities . In addition to Westerners and Asians, many immigrants from the Middle East and India live in Canada. In Canada, where there are many multicultural cities, you can meet people with various backgrounds and come into contact with cultures. There are many tolerant Japanese people, but there is almost no discrimination or shyness, so you can live with peace of mind.

2 English with beautiful pronunciation . English spoken in Canada is basically not accented, so listening to beautiful pronunciations on a regular basis will help you learn English without an accent. Communication is very important to boost the speed of English improvement, and Canadian English is recommended because the English is clear and easy to hear.

3 It is safer than other countries . It is consistently ranked among the safest countries in the world. It has received high praise from all over the world in both the ranking of cities that are easy to live in and the rankings of safe cities. So you can study with confidence.

4 Tuition is cheap .  Compared to the United States and the United Kingdom, Canada is attractive because of the low cost. Not only the tuition fee, but also the accompanying housing and living expenses are cheap, so the overall cost is low.

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Canadian university options

Athabasca University 

Concordia University of Edmonton

McEwan University 

Mount Royal University

King’s University


University of Alberta

University of Calgary

University of Lethbridge

British Columbia

Emily Carr University of Design

Kwantren Polytechnic University 

Royal Roads University 

Simon Fraser University

University of British Columbia

Thompson Rivers University

Trinity Western University

University of Northern British Columbia

University of the Fraser Valley

University of Victoria

Vancouver Island University


Brandon University 

Université de Moncton

New Brunswick 

Canadian Mennonite University

Mount Allison University

St. Thomas University

St. Paul’s College 

University of Winnipeg 

Newfoundland and Labrador 

Université de St. Boniface

University of New Brunswick

University of Manitoba