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• Canada is world’s second largest country by area

• 35 million people in ten provinces and three territory

• Ethnically diverse – Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Regina and Vancouver, home to large immigrant populations

• Strong presence of Gujarati, Punjabi & South Indian community Stable parliamentary democracy

• High quality of life that is safe and secure

• Minimum wage rate per hour is $ 10.25 CAD

• Education is a responsibility of the provinces and territories

• As Canada is bilingual country – academic programs are offered in English or French

• Trimester system with admission in September, January and May

• Number of post-secondary programs allow international students to work during their term of studies The UN has consistently ranked Canada as one of the best places in the world to live

• Canada’s Colleges are among the world’s best

• Canada’s educational institutions have long been incubators for innovation

• Canada is home to world-class collaborative research and development

• Canada shares 8,893 km land border with the United States, approximately 80 % Population living near USA border. Canada invites more than 2 lakhs immigrants in different categories every year.

• Per capita income of Canadian is $ 41,506 (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canada )


Canadian students consistently score high on international tests, making Canada one of the world’s top educational performers

Over 8,000 programs at 150 public institutions offering credentials that are sanctioned by provincial and territorial governments

Vast choice of undergraduate and post-graduate programs, as well as certificate and diploma courses, University transfers and short career-focused programs

Cutting edge technology and research labs

Programs with varying lengths of study from a few months to four years

Opportunities for co-operative education and internships, and international students can often work while they study

Practical programs designed with potential employers that also offer work placements.

Tuition fees range from $ 13,000 CAD to $ 15,000 CAD per year depending up on the program selected.

Boarding / homestay & living costs are estimated at $ 7000 to $ 13000 CAD per year.

As per SPP criteria after 2 years of fulltime study, the duration of the work permit has been extended to a maximum of 3 years across the country

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Cananda Education System

Canada’s, education is the responsibility of its provincial and territorial governments, there are laws, policies and procedures that govern the operation of these education institutions. The education system in Canada encompasses of both public funded & private institutions. Students have a diverse choice of around 92 Universities & 175 Community Colleges offering a wide array of programmes

Types of Certification

• Certificate: Is a qualification awarded upon successful completion of a programme which is usually one year in length.

• Diploma: Is a qualification awarded on the basis of one or two years of successful study.

• Advanced Diploma: Is a 3 years program some of which may lead to a Bachelors Degree.

• Bachelor’s Degrees: Are awarded by Universities/ University Colleges/ Community Colleges after four years of full-time study and lead to graduate level studies.

• Post Graduate Diplomas / Certificates: It lead to a Masters Degree. These programs have work terms which provide full-time opportunities to gain practical experience along with theoretical studies. A typical co-op term lasts 12 to 17 weeks. The prerequisites to participate in these programs are a Bachelors Degree of 3 or 4 years duration.

• Masters Degree: Is an option for Bachelors Degree. Graduates who have an interest in further learning and research1 and for those who want to broaden their career possibilities. It is for 2 yrs duration and can be pursued after 4 yrs Bachelors or 3yrs Bachelors & a 1year Post Graduate Diploma from Canada.

• Doctorate or PhD : Is a degree ranking above the Masters Degree and generally requires four to seven years to complete


Institutions

The post-secondary education is mainly divided into Colleges and Universities. This includes University colleges, Community colleges, Vet Colleges and Universities.. While pursuing their studies, the students, are allowed to work for the first 6 months on-campus and thereafter off-campus. Student can earn more from vocational & Technology courses than normal degrees.

Post secondary education is offered by four types of educational institutions:

• Technical/ Career Colleges: These are privately owned and operated with the main objective of preparing students for the job market after a short period of instruction. The emphasis at career colleges is on practical skills over a broad range of programs.

• Community Colleges & Technical Institutes: They typically have more career oriented, practical/ technical related curricula, with small classes, off-campus course offerings, a greater ratio of laboratory space to class room space, and an interactive teaching style.

University Colleges: As a component of the Canadian University system, University Colleges offer students a choice of either academic oriented university degree program or the more practical-oriented college diplomas and certificates.

Universities: Canadian Universities are largely public funded and as a result, offer consistently high quality education at lower tuition rates for International students than their counterparts in competing countries. They offer a broad range of courses and degrees from Undergraduate to Doctorate and also certificate and professional degrees. Class sizes in universities are generally large.

• Co-operative Work Term

Co-op is a work term provided as part and parcel of the course curriculum. It provides an excellent opportunity to students to gain first hand practical experience related to the field of specialization. Students can gain on-the-job experience while continuing to study. Co-op provides full time opportunities that last for 12 to 17 weeks.

Sr. No.

Name of University

Ranking

1.

 University of Montreal  

113

2.

Queen’s University

251 - 300

3.

University of Alberta

96

4.

University of Calgary

204

5.

Simon Fraser University

225

6.

University of British Columbia

50

7.

University of Victoria

319

8.

Carleton University

551 - 600

9.

McMaster University

149

10.

Ryerson University

701+

11.

University of Guelph

471 - 480

12.

University of Ottawa

284

13.

University of Toronto

34

14.

University of Trinity College

152

15.

University of Waterloo

152

16.

University of Windsor

651 - 700

17.

York University

441 - 450

18.

University of Manitoba

551 - 600

19.

Dalhouise University

277

20.

University of Saskatchewan

451 - 460

21.

Concordia University

411 - 420

22.

McGill University

24

Cost Factor

Diploma,Graduate Certificates & Graduate Diplomas at SPP Colleges CAD$ 11,000 - CAD$ 17,000,per year
Undergraduate –,SPP & Universities CAD$ 16,000 - CAD$,24,000 per year
Postgraduate - Universities CAD$ 18,000 - CAD$,27,000 per year

The Student Partners Program (SPP) is an administrative framework designed and implemented in partnership between the Canadian visa offices in India and Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC).

Indian Students who wish to participate in the program should have an offer from one of the participating colleges under SPP and subsequent course.


Please note besides the SPP colleges there are many other Canadian Colleges and Universities which welcome students from India and all over the world.

• Under SPP - Student Partners Program open to Indian nationals, students do not apply to the SPP; they apply to a participating college and may be considered under the program if they meet specific criteria.

• Application submission under the SPP is at the discretion of each participating college.

• Persons who have previously been refused any Canadian study permit application are not eligible to apply under SPP.

Eligibility for SPP program Canada

• Age : Up to 25 Years (With genuine work exp.)

• Qualification : 12th – HSC / All Diploma holders (10+3, 10+2+3) / All Bachelor degree / All Master Degree

• Academic should be above 55 % with maximum 6 backlogs

• Experience : Maximum up to 5 years of experience valid with genuine work experience certificates.

• IELTS Academic : Minimum overall 6.0 band required (no band less than 5.5)

6.5 band required for PG programs & Programs related to Dental, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Nursing - some colleges require overall 7.0 Band.

• Fees : Student must have to pay full 1 Year / 1 Sem tuition fee in advance before applying for VISA.

• Intakes : January / May / September

• Process Time : 3 - 8 weeks for visa process normally

HOW TO OBTAIN A GUARANTEED INVESTMENT CERTIFICATE (GIC)

According to Citizenship and Immigration Canada guidelines, you will require approximately $10,000 CAD per year, not including tuition fees, to cover your living expenses. This requirement is fulfilled through the purchase of a participating GIC, and evidence that you have paid your tuition fees for first year / semester.

At present, Scotiabank and ICICI Bank Canada are the only participating Canadian financial institutions. Please visit their websites to learn more about the GIC.

SPP Colleges and Courses

SENECA COLLEGE
HUMBER COLLEGE
CENTENNIAL COLLEGE
SHERIDAN COLLEGE
GEORGE BROWN COLLEGE
GEORGIAN COLLEGE
LOYALIST COLLEGE
FANSHAWE COLLEGE
MOHAWK COLLEGE
DURHAM COLLEGE
NORTHERN COLLEGE
CONFEDERATION COLLEGE
ST. LAWRENCE COLLEGE
ST. CLAIR COLLEGE
FLEMING COLLEGE
ALGONQUIN COLLEGE
LAMBTON COLLEGE
CONESTOGA COLLEGE
CAMBRIAN COLLEGE
NIAGARA COLLEGE
CANADORE COLLEGE
SAULT COLLEGE

Study in Manitoba (Special PNP Program for Immigration)

RED RIVER COLLEGE
MANITOBA INSTITUTE OF TRADES AND TECHNOLOGY

Study in Alberta (Special PNP Program for Immigration)

NORTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (NAIT)
BOW VALLEY COLLEGE
MEDICINE HAT COLLEGE

Study in Saskatchewan (Special PNP Program for Immigration)

PARKLAND COLLEGE
SASKATCHEWAN INSTITUTE OF APPLIED SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Study in British Columbia (Vancouver)

LANGARA COLLEGE
DOUGLAS COLLEGE
VANCOUVER ISLAND UNIVERSITY
CAMOSUN COLLEGE
NORTHERN LIGHTS COLLEGE
NORTH ISLAND COLLEGE
SELKIRK COLLEGE
COLLEGE OF THE ROCKIES

Study in Ontario

LAKEHEAD UNIVERSITY
LAURENTIAN UNIVERSITY
BROCK UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR
TRENT UNIVERSITY
King’s University College
MLC College

Study in Manitoba

UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA
Assiniboine College

Study in Saskatchewan

University of Regina

Study in Alberta

GRANT MACEWAN UNIVERSITY
SAIT
NorQuest College
Leth Bridge College

Study in British Columbia

TRINITY WESTERN UNIVERSITY
FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY
NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (NYIT)
THOMSON RIVER UNIVERSITY
AAA Aviation Academy
University of Canada West
Alexander College

Study in Nova Scotia

CAPE BRETON UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF KINGS COLLEGE
DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY
ROYAL ROADS UNIVERSITY
MOUNT SAINT VINCENT UNIVERSITY
Nova Scotia Agriculture College

Study in other Canadian states

UNIVERSITY OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
LaSalle College International
Memorial University (UG Only)
New Brunswick Community College
New Brunswick College of Craft and Design

TENTATIVE PROGRAM OPTIONS UNDER SPP

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1. What are the requirements for admission into Canadian universities?
Each university in Canada has its own policy regarding admission requirements. Research the college and subsequent course in the field of your study considering its entry requirement to make applications in the program of your interest.
2. I was accepted at a Canadian institution and sent in my application for a study permit a few weeks ago, but I have not heard back yet. Can you tell me when it will arrive? Can you do anything to speed up the process so I get my study permit right away?
Study permits are administered by Citizenship and Immigration Canada, the standard processing time varies from 2 – 4 weeks and the individual’s profile.
3. Am I allowed to return home for a visit or travel outside Canada during my studies?
Yes, you are allowed to return home during the holidays in the course of your studies. You can re-enter Canada provided you have a valid passport, valid study permit and a multiple-entry visa to re-enter Canada.

If your temporary resident visa has expired or if your visa was only valid for a single entry, you must re-apply for a temporary resident visa at a Canadian visa office outside Canada before you can re-enter Canada.
4. If I am eligible and the institution where I study is participating in the program, can I apply for a job off campus right away, or do I have to wait until I receive my off-campus work permit?
You can apply for a job right away, but you cannot legally work off campus in Canada until you receive an off-campus work permit. If you begin to work off campus before you receive an off-campus work permit, you could become ineligible to participate in the Off-Campus Work Permit Program. It is illegal for you to work in Canada without a valid work permit.
5. What is a “College” in Canada?
• University College is associated with a university and offers undergraduate programs.
• Community Colleges are institutions that offer technical programs and professional training.
• Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology are also community colleges.
• In Quebec, these colleges are called Cegeps and offer a three-year professional diploma. They also offer a general two–year program that qualifies students for university.
6. What is a “Certificate?”
A certificate is a 30-credit program lasting one year, in which almost all of the courses are focussed in one area of study.
7. When should I apply?
Canadian University/College intakes are as below, it recommended you start you application process at least 6 months prior to the commencement date
• Fall – September
• Winter – January
• Summer– May.

Fall and winter sessions offer majority of the programs whereas only few programs are offered during summer sessions. Students must carefully consider the graduate & undergraduate programs availability before applying for studying in Canada. Also not all the institutions offer admissions during summer and winter intake.

Trans Globe helps in lodging Study Permit for Canada. The visa application can be processed by two means - Regular Study Permit or an exclusive Visa Category for Indian students which is called "Student Partners Programme" (SPP). SPP is preferred with SPP colleges and universities over the regular study permit. Have a look at the steps involved for the Canadian Study Permit process:

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