thanks for your answerMore than enough university students here, so unless you are exceptionally bright and have a Bachelor Summa Cum Laude, I don't think there's any chanse a university will pay for your schooling, housing and living expenses.
Business engineering:Fall in love with a nice Canadian girl/boy? (not that easy when you are living so far from here)
Try to find a job within a company that has Canadian affiliates/branch, to get a intra company transfer.
Try to safe enough money to apply for a Canadian Masters degree. Don’t know a lot about your domain of study, but do they have something like “International Finance” or so?
Wait for the new Priority Occupations List that will be published in a couple of weeks, and see if there’s something on the list that is related to your studies, and try to find a job in your country to gain the experience that you need, and then after a couple of years you can apply for a visa.
I know, it’s not always easy. Lots of people want to live here, but not everybody gets in...