Studying abroad gives you an edge when applying for a job after your studies. In a highly competitive job market, having experience from another country is a detail that will make your CV stand out. The world is increasingly global, and the concept of “the nation” is more and more replaced with an interconnected world built on governmental coalitions, communication, and others important aspects of globalisation. International experience is one of the most vital experiences you can have. Making your educational years and international experience a choice you will not regret.
The four seasons
Canada is a country where you get to experience the four seasons of the year in a very noticeable way. If you are from the southern areas, this is an exotic experience to live once in your life. Seeing almost grown up exchange students shouting “snow!”, experiencing it for the first time is an incredible experience. There are a lot of possibilities to experience the winter in all its glory, including wildlife, skiing, skating and other winter sports. If you pursue a bachelor of business in Canada, you will definitely see snow, maybe for the first time in your life.
A safe community
Canada is one of the safest countries to live. The crime rate is low; there are excellent student health benefits and top quality universities. The universities are also focused on student health and safety, making Canada a very safe choice for you if you are uneasy about your safety while abroad. It is also a very multicultural and tolerant society towards minorities, whether they are ethnic, sexual or other. The Global Peace Index consistently has Canada on its list of the ten safest countries in the world together with countries like New Zealand, Austria, Portugal, and the Scandinavian countries.