Provinces and territories
Canada is divided into provinces and territories, each with their own government. The Constitution of Canada gives the provinces jurisdiction over education and, under the federal laws that created them, the three territories have comparable delegated powers. As such, provinces and territories are responsible for setting and regulating education standards for their respective education institutions.
No matter what city or province you choose to study in, you can be assured your program, curriculum, and the degree, diploma or certificate you receive reflects a standard and quality of education that is recognized all over the world.
Find a program that is right for you and enjoy the freedom of knowing no matter what education institution you attend, you’re getting a quality education you can be proud of!
Discover the many education institutions available in each province or territory
Want to study abroad in Canada and have a particular region in mind? Maybe you want to experience life on the West Coast with its majestic Rockies, or immerse yourself in French-Canadian culture in the heart of Quebec. Find out more about living and studying in each province or territory below:
- British Columbia
- New Brunswick
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- Northwest Territories
- Nova Scotia
- Prince Edward Island
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