In Canada the education system was divided into three stages. A very
important point in Canada is its potentiality in literacy. If we search
for the illiteracy rate in Canada hardly we can't find it more than 4%.
This was happening because the Canadian government has laid basic
foundations. If we talk about the education stages in Canada the
education system is divided into elementary education, is a secondary
education and higher education. Higher education in Canada begins after
the compulsory secondary education. Students depending on their skill
sets and capabilities pursue graduate studies which are both
professional and vocational in nature. Biochemistry and Computer
Science have been among the fastest growing disciplines at the
bachelor's level in the last five years, closely followed by Nursing,
Sociology and Psychology. Canadian universities have earned an
international reputation for excellence. Their faculty has recognized
research and teaching strengths in areas such as computer sciences,
business (including MBA programs), health sciences, law, ocean studies,
natural resources, and agriculture.
As a bilingual nation, Canada offers superior English as a Second
Language (ESL) and French as a Second Language (FSL) programs for
students wishing to learn either or both languages.