In the "Global Education Quality National Rankings" newly released by USNEWS, Canada successfully surpassed the United States to rank first in the world.
In view of the lack of understanding of the Canadian education system and the unequal access to information, many parents and students have had many misunderstandings about studying in Canada.
Let’s take a look at the five misunderstandings of studying in Canada.
1. It’s early to go abroad, just submit the application before the deadline
As a country known for its quality of education, Canada accepts a very limited number of international students each year, and will not expand its enrollment for profit.
If you choose Canada as your country of study, you should plan as early as possible and apply as soon as possible, regardless of whether you are applying for primary or secondary schools or this research, so as not to miss the ideal college because the application channel of the college is closed.
Many prospective applicants from other countries also have such thoughts. These are very dangerous. You must remember the six-character secret "Plan early, apply early".
2. As long as the test results are good, you can definitely apply to the school
Canadian higher education, especially for the selection of graduate students, is not only a consideration of performance, but also an assessment of students' comprehensive literacy.
In addition to professional test scores and IELTS scores, scientific research experience, professional internships, papers and materials are also crucial for college applications.
Before starting to prepare for the IELTS test, you should understand the application requirements of the target institution in advance, and prepare for the test in an orderly manner according to the requirements of the institution.
3. As long as the education fund is adequately prepared, a visa can be obtained
Canada is a popular immigration country, but it is not based on the study abroad industry, but pays more attention to the quality of talents.
Visa officers are more inclined to accept international students with excellent comprehensive qualities and outstanding abilities. Even if the family's children's education fund is well prepared, but the academic performance is poor, it is very likely that the visa will be refused.
4. As long as you get a Canadian visa, you can start studying and living smoothly
The Canadian embassy visa (student visa) is only a pass to travel to Canada.
If you are studying in Canada as a student, you need to obtain a Canadian study permit (study permit) with your visa, embassy visa certificate, admission notice and other documents when you enter Canada.
Both visas and study permits have time limits, and are often less than the time spent studying in Canada. Students need to apply for renewal procedures 3 months before the study permit period.
The success of the renewal usually depends on the overall performance of the student during the previous study period.
5. Just find the "study abroad agency" teacher, you can "do everything"
Although many study abroad agencies promise to take care of everything, there is no need to worry.
However, studying abroad is a major decision in life. In the process of studying abroad, you need to choose a major and research direction based on your hobbies, complete essay writing based on your real thoughts and feelings, and complete professional courses and IELTS preparation.
I believe that many parents are also worrying about the recent study abroad plan. Recently, with the increase in flights, Air Canada has also launched a new safety plan. In addition to compulsory temperature measurement before boarding, passengers will also receive rubbing hands with alcohol. A protective bag for liquid and other safety supplies.
Various data also show that the opening of Canadian schools is proceeding in an orderly manner, and many school official websites have also launched thematic pages of admission policies under the epidemic.
The 2021 admissions application season is about to begin. If you want to study in Canada, you must make your plans early!