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Studying in Canada is a relatively straightforward process, but depending on your circumstances, there may be a number of steps that require a considerable amount of calendar time to complete.
The Alberta Government provides information on Education Equivalencies that you should review to get a sense of where your current education aligns with schooling in Canada. As you move to the next step of contacting us, we can help clarify any questions you may still have relating to your current education.
With a growing population of nearly one million, Edmonton is a thriving metropolitan city that retains the convenience and sense of community typically encountered in much smaller cities. Newcomers will find all the services and facilities provided in any major city in the world, yet still be able to quickly fit in and become comfortable living in a new country. Not only is Edmonton a warm and welcoming city, but residents also enjoy one of the lowest costs of living in North America.
Edmonton is the capital of the province of Alberta and is well known for its beautiful river valley, excellent recreational opportunities, and expansive park system – the largest of any urban centre in North America. Edmonton hosts a number of world-class festivals, including the Folk Festival, The Works, Street Performers Festival, K-Days, Shakespeare in the Park, ‘A Taste of Edmonton, and the world-famous Fringe Festival – the largest festival of alternative theatre in North America.