Ludhiana – In the past few years, Canada has emerged as one of the top study destinations in the world for international students and is, therefore, attracting students in large numbers from countries all over the world.
There are certainly a vast number of benefits for choosing Canada as your study destination. A majority of prospective study abroad applicants are, however, faced with a grueling task of making a choice between a diploma and degree course to be pursued in Canadian universities.
While the choice for a diploma course comes easy, there are several other factors to be considered before making this life-changing choice of pursuing a higher education academic program in Canada:
1. Career Success
The degree courses are marked with a different level of difficulty for students as compared to diploma courses. Diploma courses are fairly easy for students to complete whereas degree courses require a lot of hard work, dedication and commitment on the part of students in order to come out with flying colors. Considering the different degrees of difficulty associated with both the types of academic courses, the students who complete degree courses have fairly more recognition and are offered better career prospects as compared to corresponding diploma holders. Even more, the remuneration they are offered is much higher as compared to students holding diplomas.
2. Permanent Residency (PR)
Due to a simple reason that there are too many international students choosing Canada as their study destination, the settlement laws in this country are a lot more favourable for students pursuing degree courses than simple diploma courses as the former give an impression of being more serious students and are, therefore, considered to be ones who can make a positive contribution to the country’s economy and development. As the PR applications are expected to increase further in the coming 2-5 years, the rules are going to be even more strict with a preference to be given to degree students.
3. Change in Government
With the government changing next year, the rules for international students who wish to gain an entry to this country are expected to be tougher, thereby, making it possible for only serious students to get through the visa process and other formalities related to successfully securing an admission in a foreign university.
4. Low Budget Difference
One of the reasons for which the students get allured to pursue a diploma course is that they believe them to be a lot cheaper and cost-friendly as compared to regular degree courses. The truth, however, is that there is no much difference in the costs associated with the degree and diploma courses. While the diploma courses cost approximately 8 lakhs per year, the estimated costs for pursuing a degree course in Canada are somewhere in the range of 9 to 12 lakhs. Thus, the budget should never be your criteria while making a choice between the types of courses to be pursued.
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