Population: 34.7 million (UN, 2012)
Largest city: Toronto
Area: 9.9 million sq km (3.8 million sq miles)
Major languages: English, French (both official)
Major religion: Christianity
Life expectancy: 79 years (men), 83 years (women) (UN)
Monetary unit: 1 Canadian dollar = 100 cents
Main exports: Machinery and equipment, automotive products, metals and plastics, forestry products, agricultural and fishing products, energy products
GNI per capita: US $45,550 (World Bank, 2011)
International dialling code: +1
• Qualifications Valued Around the World
• Affordable Education
• Multicultural Society
• Healthy and Safe Communities
• World-Class Language Education
• Exciting Campus Lifestyle
• Innovative and Abundant Research Opportunities
• Land of Possibilities
• Possibility of Immigration
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Fraser International College provides pathway programs for study at Simon Fraser University (SFU) in Vancouver, Canada.
SFU is regarded as one of Canada’s finest universities, with world-renowned teachers and research facilities. While you’re studying at FIC, you’ll have access to all of the university’s facilities, including library, swimming pool, gym, cafes, a health clinic and student counselling facilities. You can choose whether to stay on campus at student residences, with internet-wired single rooms, share private accommodation off-campus, or stay with a Canadian family through the ‘homestay’ program.
With many extra-curricular activities, including one of Canada’s best varsity sports teams, you’ll meet students from all over the world and enjoy discovering all that the beautiful city of Vancouver has to offer. You’ll also benefit from smaller class sizes and personalised attention, while you prepare for further tertiary study in Canada.
International College of Manitoba provides pathway programs to the University of Manitoba, western Canada’s first university and the largest research focused institution in the province.
While studying at ICM, you’ll have access to all the university facilities, Libraries, computer labs, recreation facilities, health services, careers counselling and on-campus accommodation. As an ICM student you’ll be able to choose from a program in Business, Arts, Science or Engineering and will be able to progress into a wide range of University Degrees in these areas. Smaller classes and extra academic teaching hours mean you’ll finish your program with an intensive understanding of your subjects – and will be completely prepared for your second year at the University of Manitoba.