Consider the UK if you’re seeking for a place where getting an admission is simple.
Consider the US if you’re seeking for a nation with more opportunities for scholarships.
Consider Canada if you’re seeking for a place where you have a better possibility of obtaining a passport for travel abroad.
If obtaining a scholarship is a key component of your study abroad plans and doing so in Canada seems difficult, you can come up with a smart plan.
Think about going to the US to study, then proceed to applying for Canadian permanent residence from there.
That’s a smart plan.
In the UK, you will easily get an admission if you have your money. A low undergraduate grade will also not be a huge barrier compared to Canada.
And just like the US, and any other country where you have a valid status, you can apply for Canadian permanent residence from UK too.
The requirements to apply for permanent residence from your home country is the same when applying from US/UK/Europe etc, as long as you have a valid status in those other countries
However, processing times may be faster & less cumbersome than applying from developing countries
The additional degree from those other countries will also increase your points for permanent residency in 🇨🇦Canada (if you only have a BSc or less)
You also now have travel experience, better means of raising/showing POF, processing your transcript for credential assessment, etc.