Man wearing a virtual reality head set

Engage with Canada virtually

We understand that many of you expected to be in Canada to start or continue your programs this fall, but the pandemic has delayed your plans. We want to share with you, from the comfort of your home, some of the unique things you can experience once you get here.

Get a taste of Canada with this collection of Canadian experiences curated just for you! Find virtual tours of your new campus, watch concerts or Canadian documentaries, and learn more about Canadian wildlife and our breathtaking parks while you study from home. To help plan your study-in-Canada adventure and get to know Canada’s geography, use our map and find places and experiences to enjoy after you arrive.

Campus tours across Canada

Students on campus

To find links to tours and experiences in the region where you will be studying, select your province of study:

Campus tours across Canada

Natural beauty, national parks

Male student looking over Peyto Lake in Banff National Park, Alberta

There is so much to explore and experience in Canada. You can use Parks Canada’s Google Street View and 360 video series to view the beauty of nature found in Canada’s national parks. You can visit Canada’s Capital Region and use virtual reality to move around the Parliament of Canada and our House of Commons.

You can also discover more of Canada’s local culture, iconic landscapes and legendary experiences with the Keep Exploring website.

Canadian wilderness and wildlife webcams

Arts and culture

Male CO-OP student posing for a picture near a mural with indigenous art in Whitehorse, Yukon

In the digital age, it has never been easier to experience another culture through its art, films and music. We’ve put together a selection of sources that will make you feel like you’re travelling from coast-to-coast-to-coast with our songs and stories, and through time as you visit the many virtual exhibits at our museums that are immersed in Canadian history.

Arts and culture

Living in Canada

Young woman waving a small Canadian flag

Another online tool you may find useful was created by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, called Living in Canada. By answering a few questions, you can find great information and learn all about living in Canada.

Living in Canada