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					In Canada, provinces and territories are responsible for elementary, secondary and college.
Consequently, Canada does not have a Federal Ministry of Education / National.

Education kindergarten through grade 12 is financed by the state, mandatory for all students and
free of charge for all citizens and permanent residents of Canada (Canadian Permanent
Resident). Mandatory school age varies across Canada but generally between the ages of 5-7 and
16-18. New school year usually starts from September to June. Most children in Canada attend
public schools. About five percent of students attending private schools.

Canadian education system is divided into five sections:

  Kindergarten
  Elementary School
  High school
  Career and Vocational Training
  University or other institution

Learning English or French in Canada

Government of Canada, in collaboration with the government of each province, and other
institutions that offer free language training across the country for the new / newly arrived adult
immigrants. In most provinces, the name of the program is LINC, which stands for Language
Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada).

Most universities and community colleges also offer classes language lessons, as well as some
private language schools and organizations, but most of them will charge fees for education.
Students from other countries can come to Canada and learn French or English until a period of
six months, without the need for a study permit filed (you may be required to apply for
temporary residence permit).

For children, there are many programs in the school system. LINS and other programs to help
students of primary and secondary schools that require language training intensively, in the
public school curriculum and also has a special program designed to help newcomers.

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Indonesia MANY people do not really know about the country of Canada. Spontaneous
comment that always comes from most people when asked about Canadian Indonesia, only "a
very distant State. Too far from Indonesia ". That's it. In fact, the neighboring countries, the
United States offers a high quality education and training is not inferior to other developed
countries.

Indeed, in terms of travel time, mileage Jakarta - Vancouver, Canada, took more than 17 hours of
flying. That does not include the time required for transit. So it is not surprising that the public
impression about Canada, only a "far country". In fact, countries in the northern hemisphere of
the Americas with a land area of 9,093,507 square kilometers, it also offers a high quality
education. So far, the Canadian government is very concerned with education and requires
schools wahid quality. In fact, per capita spending for the Canadian education system, larger than
the other G-7 countries. Canada also can be called one of the top three countries in the
Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (Organization of Economic and
Development-OECD). "Degree and graduates of Canadian universities, recognized throughout
the world. Foreign students graduate of Canadian universities, most successful and got a well-
established career. Cost of study in Canada also inexpensive, highly competitive, able to compete
with Australia, the United States, or any other, "said David Verbiwski, Trade Commissioner and
Third Secretary Embassy of Canada in Jakarta.

Although studying in Canada is not free, but the cost to be incurred for each foreign student
about 7,100 Canadian dollars (4765 dollars) for one academic year (eight months). Cost of
education to arts and science program. But elsewhere, the cost also varies.

EDUCATION in Canada, both government-funded and private, from kindergarten to pre-
university, the responsibility of the provinces under the laws of Canada. Therefore, indirectly
there is a difference in the education system in each (12) provinces in Canada, but while
maintaining high quality.

In primary and secondary education, the Canadian government implemented the provision that
all children six years of age should have to go to class I. While the school can reach grade 11, 12,
or 13, depending on the applicable regulations in each province. From there, students can go to
university, college, or studying in CEGEP (College d'Enseignement général et professionnel or
College of General and Vocational Education), the College of General and Vocational
Education. CEGEP also be referred to as "preparatory classes" before entering college, a two
year old learning for general education and three years of technical education. "Clearly, the
entire higher education institutions in Canada, offers high quality education as well. Therefore, to
anyone who wants to study in Canada, you should first seek information as possible about the
field of study to be taken, then look for the information which colleges offer dimaui disciplines,
"said Verbiwski.

Once the high quality of education in Canada, made a survey of the United Nations (UN) placed
Canada as the best place to live. The annual survey that evaluates quality of life in 174 countries
using 200 indicators. In particular, Canada gets high marks for its access to education, high life
expectancy, as well as violent crime rates or very low. In fact, Vancouver, Toronto, and
Montreal, was recognized as Canadian cities to world-class live and work, including hygiene and
safety are maintained.

The level of security and peace is maintained, making the crime rate in the country with two
main languages-English and French-are steadily declining since 1990. Until 1997, the crime and
violence has declined, and the murder rate in Canada is less than one percent of all violent
incidents.

WHEN this, Canada assessed experienced rapid growth in high-tech industry and won an
international reputation for telecommunications products, transportation, and engineering
especially space flight, transportation within the city, micro-electronics, medical devices,
advanced software, hydroelectric and nuclear power Elektrika , as well as lasers and opto-
electronics, biotechnology, food and beverage processing, geomatics and industrial marine and
natural environment.

Cable Teleglobe's CANTAT 3, might be called as one of the top Canadian telecommunications
industry. The first type of cable in the world capable of supporting multi-media transmission
across the ocean at high speed and large capacity.

Canada also includes one of the world's first country to recognize the need to connect schools
and libraries to the Internet. And program SchoolNet has successfully made Canada the first
country in the world to connect its schools and libraries to the Information Highway.

In fact, since the last few months, Canada will become the first country to declare that very
attention to the environment, by creating modes of transport and non-polluting hydrogen
technology.

				
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Description: Education kindergarten through grade 12 is financed by the state, mandatory for all students and free of charge for all citizens and permanent residents of Canada (Canadian Permanent Resident). Mandatory school age varies across Canada but generally between the ages of 5-7 and 16-18.