Why Toronto: Top Universities for International Students


  • Toronto is the capital city of Ontario, and the most populated city in Canada.
  • Toronto is famous for being one of the most welcome, diverse, multicultural cities, crime less city in the world.
  • Toronto is famous and known an international hub for overseas education, tourism business, arts, and culture, fashion, Entertainment, IT, Education, environmental innovation, food services.
  • English is the official language
  • Toronto has a variety of museums, galleries, and national historic sites, clubs. The city is also popular for its festivals, public events, entertainment districts, and sporting activities.


  • Toronto in Canada’s is a mixture of ethnically diverse city, and celebrates its diversity through its rich traditions, music and languages, food, culture and festivals.
  • The city has a vibrant setting with frequent festivals, theatre performances, and sporting activities
  • The entertainment in Toronto includes -nightclubs, bars and restaurants, Sport activities clubs, International student clubs and houses- the highest concentration in the city


  • The climate in Toronto can be explained as, with warm summers and cold winters. Due to polar masses, winter is very cold in Canada with minus degree temperature. From mid-November to March, its time of mainly in the form of snow.
  • Fog is usually common year-round in the nights and early mornings

Education System

  • Toronto is a main hub for students who want study in canada for higher study as includes Universities -public and private university, vocational schools, degree and diploma granting DLI colleges.
  • Colleges in Toronto include technical, applied arts, business, IT, Research programs and applied science schools.

Top Popular Colleges:

  • Seneca College.
  • Centennial College
  • Humber College
  • George Brown College.
  • Ryerson University. ...
  • York University. ...
  • University of Toronto

Best places to visit in Toronto for international students

Royal Ontario Museum, Niagara Falls, Scarborough Bluffs Park, Toronto Islands, Toronto Zoo

Finding work as a student

If you are registered as a full-time student at DLI institution in Canada, you will be able to receive a study permit which will allow you to work on and off-campus. International students are allowed to work for up to 20 hours per week during the college time, and up to 40 hours a week during semester breaks.

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