Courses in Canada After Graduation

Extend Stay in Canada

Canadian universities and colleges provide lots of study options after graduation. International students can choose a variety of Diplomas, Masters and PhD programs and gain expertise in their fields. Especially those who like research-oriented learning environment. Usually, it takes 1-2 years to complete a post-graduation program but depending on the type of course, it may take 3 or more years. Moreover, the degree/ diploma that students get is recognized all over the world because of excellent education curriculums and stringent quality controls. Here is the list of some courses that students can choose after graduation.

Courses in Canada after graduation for International students

Business and Management

The courses in business and management ensure students navigate in any type of business environment. International students interested in these courses have many options to choose from, for example, they can choose Sales and Marketing, International Business Sports Management, Human Resource Management, and other related courses in which they have an interest.

Some related courses

  • Master of Business Administration
  • MBA in Executive Management
  • Master of Management
  • Master of Planning/MBA combined degree

Art and Design

Canadian Art and Design schools are experienced to suffice the demand of the global industry, they are constantly integrating the new technology. They serve students in a variety of areas such as Fine Art, Visual Arts, Graphic, Creative Arts, Product Design, Fashion Design.

Some related courses

  • MFA in Studio Arts (Painting & Drawing)
  • MFA in Studio Arts (Photography)
  • MFA in Studio Arts (Print Media)
  • MFA in Studio Arts (Sculpture and Ceramics)
  • MA in Art Education
  • MFA in fine and media arts

Social media and communication

In this ever-changing social media and advertisement world, students need skills that can help them sustain and stay relevant in the market and to meet the requirements, Canadian institutes are providing a variety of courses in this sector such as courses in Media, Journalism, Photography, Animation, Public relations (PR), Advertising, Broadcast Media, Audio Visual Studies, International Relations.

Some related courses

  • MA in communication and media studies
  • Master of Industrial Relations (MIR)
  • Master of Media in Journalism & Communication
  • MA International Development Studies

Computing and IT courses

It is not hidden from anyone that the future is going to depend highly on technology. Those students who want to build their career in this industry can take admission in Computer Science, Information Technology, Software Engineering, Information Systems, Data analysis, Artificial Intelligence, Web Development, Game Development, and related courses in Canada.

Some related courses

  • MSc in computer science
  • MSc in electrical and computer engineering
  • Master of Design

Engineering courses in Canada after graduation

There are a wide variety of engineering courses present in Canada such as Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Robotics & Automation, Process Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Geomatic Engineering.

To work as a professional engineer in Canada, one must obtain an engineering licence from the engineering association of specific province/territory or work under a professional supervisor.

Some related courses

  • Master of Engineering in chemical and materials engineering
  • Master of Engineering in Chemical Engineering
  • Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering
  • Master of Engineering in computer engineering
  • Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering
  • Master of Engineering in Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering
  • Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering

Language and Culture

Those who are from humanities field can choose a variety of language and cultural courses in Canada such as the English language, Linguistic, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Asian languages, African languages, British language, Language and Literature and Social and Cultural Courses.

Some related courses

  • MA in English with creative writing option
  • MA in French
  • MA in French and Francophone Intercultural Studies
  • MA in French Literature, Language, and Culture
  • MA in French Studies
  • MA in Gender Studies
  • MA in Greek and Roman studies

Teaching and Education

Teaching is a profession which focuses on the development of students in all areas, such as physical, mental, emotional, and academic and in a diverse type of settings. Students can build their career in Curriculum and Education Studies, Teaching, Counselling, Literacy and Numeracy, and in Social Skills Programmes.

Some related courses

  • Master of Education
  • MEd - Master of Education
  • MEd in Adult Education
  • MEd in Art Education
  • MEd in Coaching Studies
  • MEd in Critical Studies in Education
  • MEd in Curriculum & Instruction Studies
  • MEd in Curriculum and Instruction
  • MEd in curriculum and learning
  • MEd in Curriculum Studies
  • MEd in Curriculum, Teaching and Learning
  • MEd in Educational Administration, Foundations and Psychology
  • MEd in educational psychology
  • MEd in Language and Literacy
  • MEd in leadership
  • MEd in learning sciences


There are a plethora of courses available in Canada for students of science. Canada is known for its extensive research programs and professional diplomas and degrees in Biological and Life Sciences, Biochemistry, Zoology, Genetics, Botany, Chemical Sciences, Chemical lab, technology, Physics, Mathematics and more.

Some related courses

  • MSc in Biochemistry
  • MSc in chemistry and biochemistry
  • MSc Biomedical Sciences
  • MSc Biophysics
  • MSc Chemistry
  • MSc Human Health and Nutritional Sciences
  • MSc in Animal Science
  • MSc in Applied Modelling and Quantitative Methods
  • MSc in applied physics
  • MSc in Animal Science
  • MSc in Applied Modelling and Quantitative Methods
  • MSc in applied physics

Law and Legal Studies

In most cases, international students cannot take direct admission in Canadian law schools they need to complete a two-year undergraduate degree beforehand in Canada. Also, there are not any law specific undergraduate degree requirements. Students can take admission in Legal Studies, Justice Studies, Law, Criminal Law, Business and Commercial Law, International law.

Some related courses

  • Master of Laws (LLM)
  • Combined Degree Program: Law, Juris Doctor/Economics, Master of Economics
  • Combined Degree Program: Law, Juris Doctor/European and Russian Affairs, Master of Arts
  • Combined Degree Program: Law, Juris Doctor/Management, Master of Business Administration
  • Combined Degree Program: Law, Juris Doctor/Master of Social Work

We have only listed some master’s courses here.In Canada, there are many more degree and diploma courses available that we have not discussed above such as Performing Arts and Music, Theatre, Dance, Political and Social Sciences, Gender Studies, Sociology and more. For more information on these courses or for any other case please call us or contact us from our website.