Canada

Overview
 
 Academic Year  September – May
 Application Timeline  January – February
 Annual Tuition Cost  Domestic: CDN $4,000 – 10,000
International: CDN $10,000 – 20,000
 Bachelor Degree  4 years
 Admission Requirements Academic Record (Transcript)
IB Diploma
SAT (Only if not enrolled in IB Diploma)
TOEFL (Non-Native English Speakers)
 
Application Process
Traditionally, the application process for Canada is far less complex than the US relying predominantly on school performance and IB predicted grades.
  1. Complete application online.
  2. Record application and student ID numbers. These may be needed to send transcripts, IB predicted grades, etc.
  3. Inform Counselor of Required School Documents via Transcript Request – Research what documents ISM needs to send and notify your counsellor at least THREE weeks before the application deadline. Such documents could include: high school transcript and IB Predicted Grades.
  4. Keep in mind, if you are a Canadian citizen, you will pay domestic tuition rates regardless of where you currently live overseas.

http://www.campusaccess.com/financial-aid/provincial-student-loans.html

Resources
Great database to search for courses and scholarships by province. 
You will find an online database of university study programs that can help you determine where to study at a Canadian university and find the study program that most interests you.
This is the online education section of Maclean’s magazine (a national Canadian publication) and includes a wide variety of information on Canadian universities including recent trends, ranks and scholarships.
 
An annual report on Canadian Universities by one of Canada’s leading and most respected newspapers. The reports examines universities based on feedback from a comprehensive student satisfaction survey.
 
An accurate map of the locations of the majority of universities in Canada.
 
The Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) is a non-profit organization that acts as a central bureau for managing the processing of applications to universities in the Canadian province of Ontario. Currently, the OUAC handles undergraduate applications, and professional applications for Ontario’s medical, law, education, and rehabilitation sciences programs.
 
A federal government website focusing on studying in Canada from the perspective of Citizenship and Immigration Canada. 
    
MyCareerInfo.ca is a not-for-profit website designed to help students, graduates, and entry-level workers access campus career services, build a strong portfolio, gain budgeting skills, and find a job that fits with their education, skills and interests. 
 
ScholarshipsCanada.com is one of Canada’s largest and most comprehensive databases for students looking for scholarships, bursaries, grants and student awards