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Needless to say, all the institutions have different rules. Some of them ban mobiles when others don’t even allow students to have water outside the cafeteria. In this post, the Typical Student team will compare US colleges and Canadian unis. What’s the difference between attending them? Let’s see!
#1 University Instead College
Talking about US, there’s no matter if you attend a college or a university. This place is usually called college. In Canada, it’s typically called university.
Secondly, in US college is much pricier than in Canada. The usual cost of private tuition in the US for the 2018-2019 academic year is $35,676. It means that public in-state tuition costs nearly $9,716. Talking about Canada, the students' ranges are from $6,653 (Ontario) to $2,172 (Newfoundland and Labrador).
They say that admission to Canadian universities is really simpler because it’s based on GPA.
#4 Application Process
Another undeniable advantage of Canadian education is the fact that the application process is not so competitive.
#5 Leaving Home For University
According to the statistic, in Canada, it’s more common for students to go to a university close to home than it is in the US. There are only 10% of Canadian students who leave their province for university.
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