Canada Online Degrees
Stafford Global Canada
Canada is a rapidly growing market for Stafford Global. The University of Dundee Master of Education with PGCE and Postgraduate Diploma entry and exit routes was introduced to the Canadian market in 2018, with an extensive online course portfolio from Edinburgh Napier University UK added in 2019. The Online portfolio from ENU includes Online MBAs, Online Master of Science degrees, Online BSc and a bachelors diploma to degree top-up programme. The Online MBA from Edinburgh Napier University offers 13 specialist routes, ensuring that there is a study path for people working across a diverse range of job functions and industry sectors.
Stafford Global is the authorised partner for Edinburgh Napier University’s online degrees in Canada. Our Higher Education Consultants guide candidates in choosing the ideal degree for their career goals, explaining the different aspects of each degree and its requirements. In addition, they assist them with the application process to secure a successful entry into the university programme. Beyond this, continuous administrative support is provided to permit students to wholly concentrate on their academic learning. Once enrolled candidates are entirely a student of – and upon graduation awarded a Degree by – Edinburgh Napier University UK.
About the Country
Canada is the second largest country in the world based on total land and water area but despite its size, is quite sparsely populated, with only around 3.92 people/km2. Home to nearly 2,000,000 lakes, Canada contains most of the world’s fresh water, not even accounting for the water trapped in glacial ice. With 42% of the country consisting of forests, which makes up 8% of the world forest density, it is one of very few remaining countries where the natural landscape still accounts for nearly half its size. A commonwealth country that still claims the Queen of England as its Head of State, the country is a parliamentary democracy that became ‘Canada’ in 1867, but gained complete independence from the British in 1982.