Study. Work. Live in Canada

Canada is the biggest country in the Western hemisphere. There is nothing you can’t find in Canada’s epic nature, welcoming people, and colonial attraction.

Country Overview

Canada is administrated by a parliamentary democracy, but the The Queen of England serves as the ceremonial head of state.
Most of Canada’s land (almost 80%) being uninhibited. Canada’s population is concentrated into a handful of major metropolitan areas.
Canada’s colonial history is manifest in its architecture and preservation of the French language, but today’s Canadian politics and culture are unique unto themselves.



North America

Capital City


Country Size

3.855 mi²


English, French


Canadian Dollar (CAD) – 1 CAD is approximately BDT 65 to BDT 70


38.01 million

Why choose Canada

Easy access to all of North America.
One of the safest countries in the world for children
High quality of life
Strong business opportunities
Pathway to citizenship
Free and high quality public education and healthcare system

Explore Canada

Toronto is Canada’s welknown and most populous city. Toronto being one of the most diverse cities in the world. Tourist find Toronto full of entertainment as it offers everything you could want out of a big city.

Montreal, in Quebec, is Canada’s second main city and the place where Canada’s French history is clear. Cobblestone streets, beautiful architecture, and sparkling nightlife have made Montreal a great city.

Ottawa is the capital city of Canada and is the center of political and commercial movement in Canada.

Vancouver is a beautiful city, located in British Columbia province, on Canada’s West. The city is known for its mild weather, ancient forests, and pacific vibes.

Canada’s Healthcare System

Healthcare system in Canada is decentralized and publicly funded. The healthcare system, known as Canadian Medicare, is controlled by the provincial governments and funded by the federal government. Citizens, permanent residents and work permit holders are able to access the healthcare system, but benefits may not be same in every province.
100% of Canadian Citizens and permanent residents have healthcare insurance.
The Canadian healthcare system is regulated on 5 principals: public administration, comprehensiveness, portability, universality, and accessibility.

Education in Canada

Education in Canada is free and accessible to all Canadians. Admitting into schools is obligatory for all children aged 6-16 with the option to study for two more years to receive preparation for university. Canada’s University is not free, but the expense is backed up by the provincial and federal government. Government schools in Canada follow strict standardized system and classes are taught in English, though some schools will offer instruction in French.

Canada receives an “A” for its high-school completion rate and ranks 2nd out of 16 peer countries.
Over 500,000 students graduated from a Canadian university in 2019.
4.98MM students were admitted in Canada’s public school system in 2020.