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Get to know Canada

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The Canadian provinces

Canada is the second largest country in the world. Initially inhabited by its First Nations, and later colonized by the French and British, Canada is the second largest country in the world.colonized by the French and British, it claimed its independence in 1867.

Today, Canada is a multicultural, multiracial and one of the most inclusive countries in the world, made up of more than 200 ethnic groups and 100 nationalities.200 ethnic groups and 100 different nationalities.

It is a well-rounded country: with cosmopolitan cities, breathtaking scenery, an excellent quality of life and a world-leading education system.

The Canadian <strong>provinces</strong>
Feel safe

Feel safe

According to the Global Peace Index, Canada is the 6th safest country in the world and the 1st in the Americas. Calgary, Vancouver, Toronto, and Montreal are among the top 20 safest cities in the world.

Quality of life

Quality of life

It's the second country in the world with the best quality of life.

Proven success

Proven success

The 91% of adults aged 25 to 64 have completed high school education (High School Diploma).

Multilingual country

Multilingual country

In Canada, more than 200 languages are spoken.

Cultural richness

Cultural richness

Multiculturalism is a cornerstone of life in Canada. Every year, the country welcomes around 150,000 legal immigrants who enrich Canadian culture and society.

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Why study abroad?

95%say that their stay was a catalyst factor in their maturity.

For the96%the experience improved their self-esteem.

For the98%it helped them better understand the cultural and social values of their country.

87%assured that the experience had a positive influence on their educational experience and history.

Why study abroad between the ages of 13 and 17?

  • During these years, there is a greater capacity for assimilating a new language.
  • It is the age of greatest emotional and intellectual development.
  • International experience is a determining element in the process of education and maturity, fostering critical thinking and personal and social responsibility.
Why <strong>study abroad</strong> between the ages of 13 and 17?