Canada has a quiet environment and high quality of life. It is an ideal country for many people to settle down, and it is also an ideal place for further studies. The educational system of Canadian universities is very similar to that of the United States. Canada’s financial industry and its supporting industries are one of Canada’s important economic pillars, and related disciplines opened by local universities have been highly praised internationally. Financial auditing, financial investment, risk management, etc. are all popular subjects in Canada.
Canada admission fees
The cost of studying in Canada includes tuition and living expenses. The tuition will vary slightly depending on the type of school you enter. The popular subjects in Canada are a financial investment, risk management, bioengineering, food processing, tourism management and other subjects.
High school: 9,000 – 22,000 Canadian dollars/year
Post-secondary college: 10,000 – 25,000 Canadian dollars/year
University: 25,000 – 60,000 Canadian dollars/year
University foundation course: 14,000 – 20,000 Canadian dollars/year
Accommodation and living expenses: 15,000 – 25,000 CAD/year
CAD 1.00 is approximately equal to HKD 5.87
Canadian university academic system and master’s application
The education system in Canada is similar to that in the United States. Universities mostly adopt a credit system, with degree courses lasting three or four years. Overseas students can access local universities through community colleges (post-secondary colleges).
Students need to provide high school grades and English or French grades when applying for Canadian universities. The admission requirements vary according to the university, courses and subjects. Generally speaking, if Hong Kong students want to apply for Canadian universities, the best DSE scores are 5 subjects and 4 points, or Achieve 3 subjects of C grade or above in A-Level. The English requirement is a TOEFL IBT score of 85 or above, or an IELTS 6.0 or above. If you apply for the MBA program, you need to take subjects such as calculus or advanced functions.