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Study in Canada🇨🇦

​Canada is one of the countries in the world that provide the most advanced and popularized higher education.

Canada has the world's most complete education system with world-class learning conditions. It has world-class universities, middle schools, and elementary schools Twelve years of free compulsory education are implemented nationwide.

Canadian Education System

Canada does not have a Federal Ministry of Education or similar educational institutions, and each province has a Ministry of Education that is responsible for the province’s education. All children go to the first grade when they are 6 years old. After high school, students can directly enter universities or colleges. In Canada, it takes December 31 as the cut-off point, which means that children born from January 1 to December 31 enter the same grade.

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Study in Nova Scotia of Canada

Public School

Nova Scotia's education system is split up into 8 different regions including:

  • Tri-County (22 schools),

  • Annapolis Valley (42 schools)

  • South Shore (25 schools)

  • Chignecto-Central (67 schools)

  • Halifax (135 schools)

  • Strait (20 schools)

  • Cape Breton-Victoria Regional Centre for Education (39 schools)


Nova Scotia has more than 450 public schools for children. The public system offers primary to Grade 12. At the age of four, children can enter the pre-primary in elementary school for free, and at the age of six, children can enter the first grade of elementary school.

Private School

There are also private schools in the province, such as:

  • Halifax Grammar School

  • Sacred Heart School of Halifax

  • Halifax Christian Academy

  • Armbrae Academy

  • Halifax Independent School

  • Bedford Academy the Halifax area.

  • King's-Edgehill School

It is Canada’s first independent school located in Windsor.

University & College

The Nova Scotia Community College system has 13 campuses around the province. With a focus on training and education, the college was established in 1988 by amalgamating the province's former vocational schools. In addition to the provincial community college system, there are 10 universities, including:

  • Dalhousie University

  • University of King's College

  • Saint Mary's University

  • Mount Saint Vincent University

  • NSCAD University

  • Acadia University

  • Université Sainte-Anne

  • Saint Francis Xavier University

  • Cape Breton University

  • Atlantic School of Theology


Besides, there are more than 90 registered private colleges in Nova Scotia.

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