Thank for the reply tiger..
But according to u is it better to study in a university or in a college i want to study further in canada for my MBA...so shud i take 1 yr prgram n den apply fr PR n den do my job n den do MBA or else do a course for 2 yrs n den wrk3 yrs n den MBA am actually very confused abt my course as well...is a 2 yr BM better or a 1 yr Co-op ?? ..
And what is a better place to live in ..in terms u knw better living having fun but as well having high pay wen goin to wrk..
I'm no expert... and like you..a fellow hopeful... looking forward to study in Canada. From, what I've read, done research on, heard of, talked to people... Universities are definitely definitely a better choice (only the recognized public universities), and it's no wonder that getting into any Canadian university is quiet a task, with much much higher entry requirements such as minimum B average or 70% in your graduation/ previous studies... along with good IELTS score and other individual requirements as per the programme; Whereas in colleges, other than the few Bachelor degrees offered, most of them 've no set entry requirements except for a minimum IELTS score... However, saying this... I also believe..that universities are better for higher professional degrees while Colleges on other hand offer the trades and practical courses/ more hands on approach to certain courses, mostly those with Co-op terms. If you want faster PR, just do any shorter/easier to enter college course related to your area of study, work and apply for PR or you want to concentrate on your professional studies in depth and get into a good MBA programme.... So, it really depends, as to what you want to pursue..and what your long term goals are...
As I mentioned... most colleges are more or less same..and on same line.. frankly I personally find no difference whatsoever between 1 or 2 years BM PG level programmes, except for that 2 years programme 'll give you an opportunity for a 3years post graduate work permit. However, for obvious reasons, I do feel that courses with an optional co-op/intern months/whole term are better than those without a co-op option.
Most people prefer bigger cities like Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal etc. as they are of-course I believe more fun.. but also comparatively more expensive. Ontario, BC, Alberta 're most sought after provinces and also Quebec, but mostly for French speaking people, although there are colleges and Universities offering study programmes in English too. These days, the Sask. province is also a hit for students migrating their via Sask. PNP after their studies. However, I think that the Atlantic provinces- New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland &Labrador 're underrated and they too are a very good destination to live, especially nova Scotia, which is trying hard to attract more international students, and it's PNP has a big advantage, where the international student needs to work in a job preferably in their area of study for just 3 months (as compared to 6 in other provinces) before applying for PNP!
Hell.. I believe most fun would be to live in the Northern most ice cold provinces/territories of Canada i.e - Nunavut, Yukon and NWT!!!
So, it's really your choice...