Develop New Skills While Working and Studying in Canada
There are so many reasons that Canada is a top choice for international students who want to study and work abroad. Not only does Canada offer affordable options for a world-class education, it’s also ranked as one of the best countries to live in by the UN.
Canada is an inviting nation that encourages multiculturalism. The Canadian population is made of people from around the world. With such a large representation of ethnicity from around the world, students will have no trouble connecting with classmates from their home countries, making the transition much easier. Studying in Canada also offers students the opportunity to learn or improve their English skills.
Work While You Study
Acsenda offers international students opportunities to work while they study. Through Ascenda’s business programs, students can obtain off-campus work approval. This gives students the opportunity to develop workplace skills and earn money while studying and experiencing life in Canada.
International students will also find many opportunities to continue working in Canada after they complete their studies. After graduation of select programs, Acsenda students are eligible to apply for a post graduate work permit.
Why Work and Study in Canada at Acsenda?
Acsenda School of Management is located in the heart of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Vancouver is located on the Pacific West Coast of Canada, with temperate weather year round. Vancouver offers something for everyone, from mountain hikes to world class shopping, and is consistently ranked as one of the world’s most livable cities.
Over 80% of our students come from outside of Canada, making Acsenda a global campus that brings minds from around the world together. With such a diverse campus, our programs prepare students for careers in the realm of international business.
We offer small class sizes, allowing students to work collaboratively with their classmates and their instructors. Students receive individual attention from instructors. Small class sizes not only allow for a personalized focus, but also create a higher retention and completion rate.