PhD Admission and Visa
A PhD in Canada will give you the opportunity to work with leading experts and take advantage of modern high-tech facilities. Once you've earned your doctorate, you'll have the opportunity to take advantage of one of the world's most generous post-study work visa schemes.
PhD opportunities in Canada - what's on offer for 2020/2021?
Canada has always been popular with international students - and international students have always been popular with Canada. But this has never been truer than it is right now.
The number of people studying abroad in Canada has risen by nearly 30% recently as more and more students have been attracted by the prospect of living and studying in a friendly and liberal society that supports and celebrates its internationally acclaimed universities. Not to mention the chance to experience and explore the country's diverse range of stunning natural landscapes and habitats.
Here are a few of the things that make Canada a great choice for PhD study in 2019 and beyond:
Internationally renowned universities - Canada's oldest universities date back to the seventeenth century, but the research they carry out continues to be world-leading, with six institutions in the top 150 of all three major global rankings.
Attractive international fees - PhD study in Canada is generally cheaper than in the neighboring USA, with some universities actually reducing - or even waiving - international fees.
- Successfully completing your doctorate will entitle you to live and work in Canada for up to three years and perhaps take up a pathway to permanent residency, or even citizenship.
The great outdoors - From the Great Lakes of Ontario and Québec and the Canadian Rocky Mountains and Prairies of Alberta to the unspoilt wilderness of the vast Northwest Territories: there's plenty to explore (and perhaps even research) during your PhD.
You'll also have the opportunity to study at the same universities as a famous American leader - and who knows: you might even meet Justin Trudeau himself.
Can I work in Canada after my PhD?
Yes. As a PhD graduate you'll be a great candidate for a range of jobs in higher education, research and other areas. What's more, Canada will be very keen to keep you and its post-study visa system is designed to make that option as attractive as possible.
Canada's post-graduation work permit (PGWP) allows international graduates from its universities to live and work in Canada for up to three years after completing a doctorate.
You'll need to have studied for your PhD full-time and have successfully completed your program.
You can submit an assessment today.
The assessment fee is NGN 10,000. It is charged to determine your eligibility as we review your submitted profile and give you a personalised professional advice with our charges provided you have a workable profile, the assessment fee is payable online and the fee is non-refundable.
It is wise to determine your eligibility with the sum of NGN 10,000 than to pay rogue agent/agency who may eventually defraud you with their empty promises.
Note: We do not work for hustlers who are simply looking for means to abscond the country knowing fully that they have no intention of studying and will not respect the conditions of their visas. Kindly ensure that the information you are about to provide are genuine to help us serve you better.
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