Why study in Canada?


“5 is all you need”!

  1. A welcoming nation to all people, cultures and backgrounds.
  2. Lowest tuition fees among all developed countries.
  3. High standard of living & safety.
  4. High quality of education accepted around the world.
  5. We make it easy to apply to become a Canadian Permanent Resident while studying & without leaving Canada!

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Canada tops the list of countries with the best reputations. What do you think?


WATCH: Canada has been restored to the top spot in an international survey of countries with the best reputation. As Mike Le Couteur reports, in typical Canadian fashion, we are humbled by the results. Canada’s reputation in the world is the cream of the crop, according to a new survey of global public perception. Our country claimed the top spot on the survey of 55 nations (based on GDP), conducted by the Reputation Institute , an international consulting firm based in Copenhagen and Boston.

Canada knocked Switzerland out of the No. 1 spot (Switzerland dropped to No. 4 this year) and topped Scandinavian and northern European countries which traditionally place at the top of “best places to live,” happiness indexes and the like.


But, Canada is no stranger to being in first place on the Country RepTrak: it’s held that spot all but two years since the survey began in 2010. Canada was second to Switzerland last year and to Sweden in 2010. “When people perceive a country positively based on their direct experiences and through the lens of others, that translates into increased tourism dollars,” Reputation Institute managing partner Fernando Prado said in a press release. “That’s because a country’s reputation dictates supportive behaviors such as the willingness of people to visit that country.” Canada’s ranking is based on the interviews of more than 48,000 people in G8 countries, according to the Reputation Institute.To gauge the perception of 55 countries — in North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia — the survey looked at three dimensions: effective government, appealing environment and advanced economy.

To back up our top ranking, survey respondents were most likely to want to visit, live, work and study in Canada. We also ranked high for potential investment (No. 2), interest in buying our products (No.5) and as a place to attend or organize events (No. 2). That could be a good thing for Canadians.