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Over the past year, more than 500,000 international students have chosen Canada as their study destination. With breathtaking natural landscapes that offer the beauty of all four seasons, as well as modern and vibrant cities, you will find a welcoming and diverse culture from coast to coast.
CALDO is your gateway to connect with Canada’s leading research universities, offering top-ranked graduate programs in English and French to students from all over the world.
CALDO offers free support and guidance to prospective candidates on how to find graduate programs, navigate the application process and get to know scholarship options from your home country. CALDO is currently working with students from Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Panama and Uruguay.
Since being founded in 2011, we have assisted more than 4,000 Latin American students looking to pursue graduate studies (Master’s and PhD) in Canada.
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I’m from Arica, Chile. I’m a full-time student in the Med in Higher Education at OISE, University of Toronto. I chose Canada because it’s a multicultural and multilingual country, I know I would be safer as a woman compared to my experience in Chile. I wanted a place that would care about indigenous lives and acknowledge...
Master in Biotechnology – University of Toronto 1.- Why Canada? A few years back when looking for options I found a list of countries by Human Development Index (HDI) which is a measure of how much of a country’s GDP does its government invest in its people (education, hospitals, health insurance, social programs, etc.),...
Patricia Tozatti is a trailblazing food engineer from Guarapuava in the southern state of Parana of Brazil. She jumped straight into a PhD after her undergraduate degree and a stint in the food industry. Funded by the government of Brazil through the Science without Borders scholarship program, Patricia is examining wheat and baking quality in her PhD in Food and Bioproduct Science. Agriculture has always been close to Patricia’s heart – she comes from a family of grain farmers. Patricia is fulfilling her own dreams and those of her parents by coming to University of Saskatchewan – her father dreamt of studying abroad but didn’t have the necessary support.
Posted on: Mar 29, 2022
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