Similar to American schools, Canadian schools offer the curriculum of one of the provinces in Canada to expatriates and their children living abroad, primarily for the purposes of preparing them for entrance into Canadian schools. Canadian curriculum also adheres to student-centered methodologies for learning.
Education in the Canada is regulated provincially and as such, each province decides how they will offer their curriculum in an international setting. In most cases, students who graduate from a Canadian international school will receive a dual diploma from their home country as well as Canada. Students are able to take this as an advantage when undergoing application process into Canadian or global universities upon graduation.