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Canada is a place where students from all over the world come to study. For science and technology there are lots of universities to choose from. The most sought after courses include Mining, Engineering, Enviromental science, Animation, Geo sciences and Petroleum sciences. The country has over 92 universities and over 175 colleges and technical institutes.

Animation is one of the most popular course of the youngsters today. Hollywood animations are turning out to be blockbusters and there is the constant need of fresh talent. Not to forget the package deals in the strting lever itself is very handsome. Canada has one of the best universities offering comprehensive courses in animation. Major companies like the Fox animation studios, walt disney, warner bros and so on constantly look for fresh talent.

The Candian education centre (CEC) in India is helping students by providing them genuine information about the study in Canada. The expert councellers provide detailed counselling on institutions, admission process for Canada and also help in preparing and forwarding the applications. They also host a variety of sessions, seminars and pre departure orientation. For more details log on to

Some universities offer enterance scholarships at undergraduate levels for meritous students. To name a few

Various universities and colleges have their own internal scholarship schemes and offer a lot to choose from.

A few universities in Canada

Malaspina University College
This university was established in 1969 and it holds over 10,000 full time canadian students and 1,000 international students from over 50 countries.
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Humber College Institute Of Technology & Advanced Learning
This college is one of the three colleges designated by the Ontario government as a 'Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning'. The college offers 25 bachelor degree programmes along with the diploma, certificate, apprenticeship and graduate programmes.
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Memorial University Of Newfoundland
It is the largest university in Atlantic Canada and is ranked in the list of the top 500 universities worldwide. The university offers more than 100 degree programmes. The university is sorrounded by the ocean and so it makes it the leader in naval architecture engineering, maritime history, cold ocean research and marine studies.
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The University of British Columbia
The educational and research programmes are the highest and of great intellectual calibre. In 2007 when Prof. Carl Wieman (awarded nobel prize for physics in 2001) joins UBC, it will be one of the two universities in Canada with a Nobel Laureate currently on its faculty.
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College of the North Atlantic
One of the largest post secondary educational and skill training centres in Canada it is Newfoundland and Labrador's public college.
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Seneca International
Canada's largest post-secondary college is fully accredited by the Ontario government of Canada and has 17,000 full time and 90,000 part time students. For international students the college ensures free health insurance, free housing assistance, free internet and email and other facilities.
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University of Waterloo
The  university offers the most comprehensive work/study programme in the world. The proven reputation for providing an outstanding educational experience that builds up connections to the world sets the university apart.
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The Maple Bear early childhood programme
The programme is based on current Canadian practises with the focus on the child intellectually, socially and emotionally. The other significant point is it is based on the oral ability and literacy in english.
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Sites offering scholarship details to various universities in Canada
Canada's most comprehensive scholarship portal. Search through our extensive database to find scholarships, student awards, bursaries and grants. You'll also find information about student loans, applications and budget planning.

The links on this page provide details about how to apply for a Canadian Scholarship, the kinds of scholarships that are available and also how to apply for a Canada Student Loan. Each link also has links to numerous other sites where money is often available, just for the asking. There are also grants available to help you pay expenses and there are also grants you can apply for that will repay part of your student loan when you graduate.

Find information on more than 1,700 universities, colleges and career colleges in Canada, including admission requirements, costs, programs and contact details. View interactive virtual campus e-Tours™. Search by keyword for programs, schools, careers and scholarships. Use the powerful advanced search Key for Canadian schools and scholarships to get customized results. Get recruited by a university, college or career college.

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International Scholarships for Canadians
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Canadian Scholarships for Foreign and Commonwealth Citizens
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Canadian Academic Institutions
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Alumni Association
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Canada at a glance
Prime Minister - Stephen Harper (2006)

Governor - General: Michaëlle Jean (2005)

Capital - Ottawa in the province of Ontario.

Currency - Canadian dollar

Languages: English,   French

Race: British Isles origin, French origin , Europeanc, Asian, African, Arab

Religions: Roman Catholic , Protestant  other Christian , Muslim

Literacy rate: 97%

Climate - Daytime summer temperatures can rise to 35 °C and higher, while lows of -25 are not uncommon in winter.
More moderate temperatures are the norm in spring and fall.

Timezones - Canada has six time zones. The easternmost, in Newfoundland, is three hours and 30 minutes behind Greenwich
Mean Time (GMT). The other time zones are the Atlantic, the Eastern, the Central, the Rocky Mountain and,
farthest west, the Pacific, which is eight hours behind GMT.

Sports - The most popular sports in Canada include swimming, ice hockey, cross-country and alpine skiing, baseball,
tennis, basketball and golf.

Main cities - Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa-Hull, the National Capital Region and Edmonton.
A vast list of universities in Canada

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