In recent years, the number of students interested in studying abroad has surged, making Canada a more popular choice than the UK and the US. In contrast to Indian universities, Canadian universities offer three admission intakes every year.
Canadian universities tend to get maximum student admission in the fall. Students who couldn’t get in the fall intake can also enroll in the winter intake. Summer intake courses may not be available in all academic departments. Also, all programs may not be available during the winter intake period. Hence, there are limited seats than in the fall intake for this intake.
As there are fewer applicants, there is less competition, which some students find to be an advantage. However, this is still your most viable option if you can’t get into the fall deadline. Many universities can accommodate applications for courses with vacancies.
Universities typically invite winter semester student applications with two-year intakes.
1. University of Lethbridge
Located in Alberta, the University of Lethbridge — also known as ULethbridge or uLeth — is a renowned public research university. It has a significant influence on Canadian higher education due to its academic environment rich in innovations and a system that meets the educational needs of its students.
Across its two campuses – Lethbridge and Calgary – the University of Lethbridge offers more than 150 courses. The Calgary Campus offers degree programs in health sciences and management through evening and weekend courses.
The courses at the University of Lethbridge include Education, Business, Indigenous Topics, Fine Arts, Humanities & Culture, Environment & Agriculture, Health, Math & Technology, and Sciences. During the first year, students can use liberal education courses for any degree they choose, giving them a chance to discover their unique abilities.
Among the University amenities are a sports & wellness center, a community stadium, a library, environmental science labs, and an institute for behavioral neuroscience.
The University of Lethbridge has constructed one of Canada’s most advanced science and academic buildings on its campus. Over 100 professors research topics from chemistry to neuroscience to astronomy, biology to psychology at the university.
2. University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC)
University of North British Columbia (UNBC), founded in 1990, is a small university specializing in intensive research. UNBC also has regional campuses in northern British Columbia — Quesnel, Terrace, Prince Rupert, and Fort St. John.
The Canadian magazine Maclean’s has again ranked UNBC as a top small university in 2022. In addition, in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, UNBC is ranked within the top 5% of universities globally.
Students can pursue undergraduate degrees in subjects including arts (BA), commerce (BCom), education (BEd), health sciences (BHSc), science (BSc), applied sciences (BASc), social work (BSW), planning (BPl) and science in nursing (BScN).
In addition to academic and social organizations, there are more than 60 student clubs at the university. In addition, the University has its own broadcast radio station — CFURadio 88.7 FM broadcasts from Prince George, British Columbia.
3. Acadia University
Wolfville is home to Acadia University, one of the oldest universities in the province of Nova Scotia, founded in 1838. Acadia University offers a small class size and has 28 students in each class. Furthermore, 80% of the university’s courses are co-op programs (cooperative education). Co-op programs offer students the possibility to achieve practical knowledge while studying at the same time.
At Acadia University, the liberal arts tradition prepares students for a complex world. There are four faculties that students can choose from — Arts, Pure and Applied Science, Professional Studies, and Theology.
Faculty, staff, and other professors at Acadia University are committed to helping their students discover and unleash their potential and challenging them academically through small classes and personal attention.
4. Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU)
For more than 40 years, Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) has brought innovative and balanced teaching between theory and practice, valuing student learning and their acquisition of experience. This way, students learn by doing instead of being limited to books. KPU is a comprehensive university with academic and trade programs.
KPU is a polytechnic university dedicated to providing various hands-on Canadian experiences that enrich students’ education. KPU has five campuses across Canada in Langley, Cloverdale, Surrey, Civic Plaza, and Richmond.
Through solid relationships with industry leaders and professional organizations, KPU is well connected to the local community. Experiential learning is available in KPU programs, including — Applied Research, Field Schools, Co-Operative Education Practicums, and On-Campus Studios & labs.
Vocational training programs are available for workers and skilled technicians in engineering, accountancy, criminology, business administration, nursing, medicine, and architecture.
5. Capilano University
Established in 1968 and located on the slopes of the North Shore Mountains in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Capilano University is a public university focused on teaching. It has over 100 programs to choose from for undergraduate, postgraduate, and diploma. Capilano University is widely recognized as a high-quality educational institution.
Capilano University offers undergraduate studies in the area of Arts & Sciences, Business & Professional Studies, Education, Health & Human Development, Fine & Applied Arts, and Global & Community Studies. Capilano University typically has 25 students in a class — small-batch leads to best-personalized attention to each student.
The University of Capilano provides students with both support and challenge. Each student receives personalized learning to enhance their educational experience. The university aims to ensure the success of all students — not just in the classroom but in all aspects of their lives.
In addition to its main campus in North Vancouver, Capilano University has a regional campus in Sechelt (Sunshine Coast), CapU Lonsdale on the North Shore, and the Ts̓zil Learning Center at Líl̓wat Nation in Mount Currie, British Columbia.
1. Associate of Arts Degree
Associate of Arts degrees is offered in two-year undergraduate programs that provide a liberal arts education in history, mathematics, psychology, social science, and literature. Students who earn an Associate of Arts degree can find employment or pursue further studies to obtain a bachelor’s degree.
The students require a minimum of 60 credits to gain the Associate of Arts degree. The credits are divided into four parts:
2. Associate of Science Degree
An Associate of Science degree is designed to provide students with broad knowledge and experience that prepares them for entry into the job market or further study.
As part of an Associate of Science degree program, students will gain a multidisciplinary knowledge of natural and applied sciences. Additionally, they will develop critical thinking and research skills. Students can customize the program to focus on a subject of their choice — mathematics, chemistry, physics, or biology.
3. Bachelor of Business Administration
A Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree provides students with a broad understanding of the significant areas of an organization. Students study various topics and develop managerial skills to equip them for success in any business area.
The primary subjects studied by students in Bachelor of Business Administration are business strategy, supply chain management, accounting & finance, business innovation & development, organizational behavior & leadership, and marketing.
Upon completing the Business Administration program, students gain transferable skills that they can use in various areas, such as marketing products, managing company finances, analyzing performance data, motivating employees, and making business decisions that boost the company’s performance.
4. Bachelor of Science
An undergraduate degree in science (B.Sc.) almost always focuses on technical courses. The program exposes students to mathematical, analytical, and problem-solving skills. A thesis is written in the final year of study, and students are tested on their research abilities.
Major fields of study for bachelor’s degrees in science include mathematics, natural sciences, informatics, and engineering.
5. Bachelor of Arts
Gaining a Bachelor of Arts degree (BA) takes three or four years. Among the disciplines of liberal arts and sciences, a multitude of subjects can be studied toward earning this degree.
Out of the 3000+ bachelor’s degrees available in Canadian universities, over 1200+ courses are offered as a Bachelor of Arts. There are many popular specializations — journalism, humanities, creative writing, visual design, and many more. A Bachelor of Arts degree is developed to improve a student’s communication and analytical skills.
Canada’s education is among the best in the world, making it popular as a study destination. Students from abroad are welcome in Canada, and the country invests a lot into ensuring that students are safe and enjoy their stay.
With a high living standard and flexible study environment, the student can enjoy living in one of the strongest economies in the world. In addition, smaller class sizes ensure more individual attention for each student. University professors also encourage students to participate in group projects and debates to provide them with a better understanding of how to accomplish a task by providing them with different perspectives on it.
The right time to apply for admission to Canada’s January 2023 intake is at least six months before the intake. This will allow you time to prepare the required documentation for university admission and submit the visa application.
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