After international students arrive in Canada, universities offer free orientation sessions to introduce them to campus.
The dedicated advisor guides the international student through course selection, study Strategies, etc.
Some free English and French language workshops and conversation groups are organized to support international students.
Canadian institutions organize workshops to familiarize students with Canadian culture, customs, and etiquette.
Some free or low-cost health clinics on campus offer medical care and wellness programs for students.
For confidential mental health support to address challenges and promote well-being.
Job fairs and resume-building assistance help students explore and search for careers.
Students should join these clubs to connect with peers who share similar interests, fostering a sense of community.
Housing assistants help students find suitable and affordable housing options on and off campus.
Information sessions help students learn about immigration regulations, work permits, and residency options.
Helping the students with free access to sports facilities, fitness classes, and recreational activities, promoting a healthy lifestyle.