Post Secondary School

In Canada, there are different types of post-secondary schools: Universities, Colleges, and Institutes. Governments have processes to make sure these schools and the programs they offer meet their standards.

Programs: Undergraduate, Graduate – PhD, MSc, MASc, Post Graduate Diploma, Professional, Applied and Continuing Education (PACE) programs a
Typical Age: 15- 20 (Depends on the individual)
Semesters: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer

After secondary school, students can attend vocational schools, colleges, or universities. At a university they will first earn a Bachelor’s degree, which usually takes three to four years, depending on the student, the course of study, and the part of Canada the school is situated. The student can continue a study to receive a Master’s which typically takes two years to complete. Some go on to pursue a doctorate degree, and this takes between three to five years.

Canada has over 10,000 post secondary degree programs and certificates, offered in its universities and colleges. What this means is that students are not pigeon holed into conventional courses, instead, they have the opportunity to study courses they are actually interested in and are inclined towards.

Admission requirements depend on what school is being applied to and are usually program specific. However, Click Here to request for the list of requirements for both undergraduate and post graduate applications.

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