Canadian Education at your Fingertips
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Prepare and Study, Travel, Work or Live abroad
Canaway Academy (Canaway) is a Canadian educational institution located in Ontario, Canada, with representation in different parts of the world such as Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Peru, and Uruguay.
The institution is based on more than 25 years of collective experience of its founder and associates in the areas of education, technology and immigration, and has access to more than 1,200 educational institutions around the world.
Canaway Academy is inspired by its students and helps them fulfill their full potential with educational opportunities abroad.
Our Vision, Mission, and Values
¿WHAT DOES “CANAWAY” MEAN?The word “Canaway” is the combination of two words in English:
- “Can” and
- “Away” (Outside of Canada)
- “Canada” (“Cana” for short) and
- “Pathway” (“way” for short)
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Higher Education Advice$50 USD flat fee
* This is the reduced price during the pandemic. The regular price for English classes is $125 USD/month and for High School courses is $150 USD/month
** Price is subject to change. It includes all meals, public transportation, homestay with a Canadian host family, and English classes. Contact us for details.
“Work while you study, help your spouse or common-law partner get a work permit while you study, work temporarily or stay permanently in Canada after you graduate as an international student.”
— Government of Canada, Immigration and Citizenship website
– Degrees Recognized Worldwide
A Canadian degree, diploma or certificate is recognized worldwide and is equivalent to those granted in the United States or the United Kingdom.
– Affordable Education
The cost of living and tuition for international students is lower than in other countries such as the United States or the United Kingdom.
– Multicultural Society
Canada has a multicultural society which fosters acceptance and celebrates diversity, in addition to allowing the enjoyment of typical foods and recreational activities from all over the world. The Canadian society is tolerant and non-discriminatory.
– Safe Communities
Canada has a reputation for being a safe country. Canada has a friendly and open culture, being considered by the United Nations as one of the best places to live.
– Student Life
Life as a student is vibrant and full of opportunities. University infrastructure in Canada is modern and you can enjoy Olympic-grade sports facilities, public auditoriums and art galleries.
– Work opportunities
A student with a student visa can work part-time while studying and can work full-time for up to 3 years after graduation (*).
– Opportunities to become a permanent resident
International students with Canadian diplomas or degrees and work experience in Canada can apply for permanent residence without having to leave the country (*).
(*) Based on the Government of Canada, Immigration and Citizenship website. These regulations may change without prior notice.
You are all welcome in Canada
“Ours is a land of original peoples and of newcomers. And our greatest pride is that you can come here from anywhere in the world, build a good life, and be part of our community. We don’t care where you are from or what religion you practice or whom you love. You are all welcome in Canada!”
— Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada