Sunday, July 14, 2024

Pakistanis Can Study Free of Cost in 5 Canadian Universities

This year, a number of Canadian colleges will provide Free funded scholarships and will allow overseas students to pursue undergraduate, graduate or doctorate degrees in Canada for free.

A scholarship program and other beneficial measures are also provided by the Canadian government to assist overseas students in meeting their financial demands while studying there.

Canada’s world-class colleges and scholarship possibilities are major reasons why foreign students frequently choose Canada for their studies. These institutions have the huge privilege of getting into top rankings every year

Canadian institutions are a prominent choice for international students because they provide high-quality education.

The following are the 5 Universities:

  • University of Montreal

A quarter of all students at the university are international. This is the second-largest university in the country in terms of student numbers, with more than 36,000 students enrolled.

The university has a students’ union that represents undergraduate and postgraduate students, and it has three affiliated fraternities

  • McMaster University.

It is located in Hamilton, Ontario. Students and faculty come from more than 90 countries.

The university is named after William McMaster, a prominent Canadian senator, and banker who donated C$900,000 to found the institution.

McMaster’s medical school is world-renowned,

  • McGill University.

The university was founded in 1821.

The main campus is at the base of Mount Royal in downtown Montreal. First-year students have the option to live on the park-like campus.

  • The University of British Columbia.

Some 33 percent of students are international at this University

Eight Nobel prizewinners are associated with the university, as are 71 Rhodes scholars and 65 Olympic medallists.

There are two campuses, one in Vancouver and one in Okanagan.

  • The University of Toronto.

This is the only Canadian university to feature in the top 20 of the World University Rankings 2023.

Notable alumni include five Canadian prime ministers and the writers Michael Ondaatje and Margaret Atwood. In total, 10 Nobel laureates are affiliated with the university.

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