Canada boasts of a robust and well-funded education system, which is largely managed individually by the various provinces in Canada. As a result, there may be a few differences, between provinces, however by and large the education system in Canada is mostly uniform and is of high quality when compared to many other countries.
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You will need to be at least 18 years old, to be able to apply for an undergraduate program in Canada. To know more about the process of applying to universities in Canada, you can take the advice of our Canadian education consultant at Global Tree
Many universities in Canada accept GRE apart from other tests for admission into their graduate programs. You will also need to provide test scores of the IELTS test to demonstrate your ability to receive instruction in English
You will need to have completed at least 12 years of Canadian or equivalent international education to be able to apply to universities in Canada for undergraduate programs. You will need to complete four years or equivalent undergraduate degree to be eligible to apply for a post-graduate program in Canada.
Canadian universities offer three different intakes.
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