Reputation for excellence in Education
Canada’s education has a reputation for excellence all over the world – and attracts enthusiastic and determined international students every year. Today, 10% of Canada’s students are from abroad, fostering a growing multicultural community. Universitas 21 recently released its 2014 rankings report of the world’s best higher education systems and Canada came in third place after the US and Sweden.
Unique work opportunities
With new visa regulation changes taking place this year, international students will be able to work while they study without an extra permit. At Brescia, you are also helped to find real-world experience if you wish to enhance your CV.
After you graduate, you will be able to work in Canada for up to three years and take your knowledge and skills into a successful career.
Culture and community in London, Ontario
London, Ontario, has so much to offer: the city is home to many festivals of music, food, dance, theatre, and more. London also has many museums and art galleries and a thriving artistic community; a professional theatre; artists-run centres; and cultural centres. In sports, London is home to professional ice hockey, soccer, lacrosse and basketball teams; as well as to the Western Ontario University’s varsity teams.
With more than 34 ethnic groups and two official languages, Canada has much to offer and is quickly becoming first choice for many students looking to get an education abroad.