Canadian education system

The primary and secondary schools in Canada are in Grade 12 (Grade 1-12), with a bachelor's degree for 3-5 years, a master's degree for 1-2 years, and a doctorate for 3-4 years. The biggest difference between the provinces is language, Quebec is mainly French, and other provinces are taught in English. Upon completion of the secondary school, students may choose to attend the first year of university. They may also study at the community college with a certificate, diploma or university transfer program and complete the third year of university studies. The Canadian University is a four-year institution with more than 50 national and private universities. University degrees are divided into two categories: general bachelor's degree and honours degree. A three-year general bachelor's degree and a four-year bachelor's degree.