Why study in British Columbia?

  • Natural beauty

British Columbia is the westernmost province of Canada bordered by the Pacific Ocean. Famous for its natural beauty, BC’s 17,000 miles of coastline, vast temperate rainforests, mountains and protected national parks create an expanse of untouched wilderness.

While endangered animal species such as grizzly bears, wolves and even mountain lions, still thrive here whale watching in BC is an extraordinary experience.BC’s coastal region has the mildest winters in all of Canada, with wet  winters in Vancouver.

  • Dynamic cities

Two of BC’S dynamic cities are Vancouver and Victoria.

Vancouver is a world-class city renowned for its quality of life with worldwide rankings in being the most livable city for more than a decade. It is vital port city used to ship products between Asia, Canada and Europe whose industry also includes forest product, mining and, increasingly, software development, biotechnology and film.

Victoria is a thriving city of heritage architecture and time-honored traditions like afternoon tea. With the ocean at its doorstep and wilderness in its backyard, it’s also a perfect place for outdoor enthusiasts. You can find everything from a world-class science and natural history museum to a blooming public park where peacocks roam freely, plus a range of unique shops, cafes and restaurants. And more cycling routes than any other Canadian city, providing a great way to explore the scenery.

  • World-class education

Canada is frequently named as one of the top 10 best education systems in the world. BC Universities are among the top institutions in Canada, with more than 100,000 students from all over the world.

Among the top universities are The Simon Fraser University, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, University Canada West and University of British Columbia. These universities are located in Metro Vancouver region, the most populated region of British Columbia. Vancouver Island University and Royal Roads University are both located in Vancouver Island.

  • Career opportunities after graduation

Globalization and modern technology has made it easier to obtain education in other countries, and British Columbia’s institutions offer the possibility of skilled workers to join the local economy.

Due to Canada’s open-minded attitude towards international students, British Columbia is an ideal choice for those looking to move abroad on a more permanent basis and begin their careers upon graduating.