Canadian Education and Immigration Consulting

Why choose CENI

We are a family-owned business based in Langley, BC, with a unique perspective on Canada gained from our experiences as international students turned Canadian citizens.

Our diverse backgrounds allow us to empathize with each client's individual situation and develop tailored plans for their future in Canada.

Why Canada

Canada is a popular destination for international students because it offers a great combination of high-quality education, affordability, multiculturalism, and post-graduation work opportunities.

High standard of living in Canada

Canada is ranked third in the world for the best quality of life according to the 2021 Best Countries Report by U.S. News & World Report.

Great return on investment

Your Canadian education will help prepare you for the future, whether you decide to stay in Canada or return to your home country.

A recent study shows that 60% of international students who were employed during their period of study or after graduation became landed immigrants within 10 years of having obtained their first study permit (Statistics Canada, 2021).

Affordable tuition fees

Canadian tuition fees are lower than colleges and universities in Australia, the U.K. and the U.S. (QS Top Universities, 2022). The cost of living is also reasonable in Canada, making it an ideal destination for students on a budget.

Flexible and high-quality education options

You will be able to choose from more than 16,000 university and 8,000 college programs across the Canada (Universities Canada, 2022; CICan, 2022).

Seven Canadian universities are ranked among the top 200 in the world according to the 2022 QS World University Rankings.

2022 QS World
University Rankings
  • #25 - University of Toronto
  • #31 - McGill University
  • #45 - University of British Columbia
  • #119 - University of Alberta
  • #130 - Université de Montréal
  • #149 - McMaster University
  • #165 - University of Waterloo

Study in Canada

Language Schools

College and vocational schools

Canadian colleges and vocational schools offer various opportunities for students to gain practical work experience while studying.

These programs are designed in collaboration with businesses and industries, providing hands-on training and teaching in-demand skills to prepare students for their future careers.

Additionally, some programs offer work-integrated learning, allowing students to earn an income while studying in Canada. Attending a Canadian college can lead to earning a certificate, diploma, or post-graduate diploma.


International students favor Canada for higher studies as it has 10 of the top 250 universities in the world (QS World University Rankings, 2021).

Canada offers a diverse range of higher learning institutions, including small universities with a personalized learning environment and large research-intensive universities with a global reputation.

University degrees in Canada provide bachelor's, master's, and doctorate (PhD) degrees that are equivalent to those in other Commonwealth countries like Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States.


Canadian teenagers are known for being high achievers in global education assessments conducted by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

In the latest rankings, Canada ranked 6th in reading, 12th in math, and 8th in science.

Furthermore, Canada has the second-highest rate of high school graduation in the world. If you send your child to study in Canada for their secondary education, you will be providing them with an excellent foundation for college or university.

Work in Canada

Have you considered your future in Canada?

Canada is an excellent destination for international students to start their careers after graduation, and a Canadian education can lay a solid foundation for long-term success.

In addition, Canadian employers have an increasing need for skilled talent. As per Employment and Social Development Canada (2021), 7.7 million job openings are expected between 2022-2031.

Visa / Immigration

local_library Study permit

If you plan to stay in Canada for more than 6 months, you must obtain a letter of acceptance from a Canadian school, university, or college. It is advisable to apply for a study permit as soon as you receive the acceptance letter, as processing times may vary and take up to 3 months depending on the country you are applying from.

* International students with a study permit attending a post-secondary program are allowed to work part-time (up to 20 hours per week) without the need for a separate work permit.


Graduates from specific post-secondary institutions may obtain Canadian work experience through the post-graduation work permit (PGWP), which is a temporary permit.

This work experience gained through the program could potentially strengthen your permanent residency application in Canada.

Work permit

To work full-time or participate in a work placement while studying, you will need to apply for a work permit.

Additionally, your spouse or common-law partner can also apply for a work permit.

airplane_ticket Travel visa

Students who plan to stay in Canada for less than 6 months may need a travel visa in their passport or an ETA (Electronic Travel Authorization).

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