Why Study in Canada ?

Canada is home to several world-renowned institutions, ranked among the top in the QS World University Rankings offering unparalleled academic opportunities to international students at an affordable price.

It is one of the most sought after study abroad destinations that offers excellent student life, a high standard of living, and a multicultural environment that is open, accepting, and conducive to growth.

Capital

Ottawa

Population

3,86,54,738

Language

English, French

International Students

6,21,565

GDP

$2.237 trillion

Cost Of Living

$1000/Month

Currency

Canadian Dollar

Universities

97

Whether

Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring

Admission Requirements

Copy of a valid passport
Academic Transcripts
GMAT/GRE may scores for Master programs
English proficiency scores (TOEFL/IELTS/PTE/Duolingo)
Letters of Recommendation
CV/Resume/ Essays
Statement of Purpose (SOP)
Evidence of funds – Not required at application time

Admission Timeline

Canada has become a booming hub for international students who aspires to study abroad. Being such an immense The universities and colleges in Canada always maintain high standards of education and the Canadian degrees are widely recognized worldwide making it easier for International students to gain employment soon after graduation.

Education in Canada is generally governed by the provinces.The universities and colleges in the country are respected for their quality of education. Generally colleges focus on providing diploma, post graduate diploma programs. Whereas the universities emphasis on bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees. Tuition fees and cost of living for international students is a bit relieved too.

STUDY SYSTEM
1. Post Secondary Certificate:

It can be done after class 12th. It is usually of one year duration.

2. Diploma/ Advanced Diploma:

Can either be done after Class 12th or Diploma after 10th in India. They provide an option of co-op work term which gives the student an opportunity to gain practical experience. These work terms can be paid or unpaid. The duration of the programs would be 2 or 3 years.

3. Bachelor’s Degree:

Bachelor Degrees are awarded by Universities/ University Colleges/ Community Colleges after 3 or 4 years of full-time study and can lead to graduate level studies.

4. Fast Track/ Accelerated Programs:

Are meant for Bachelor’s Degree or Diploma holders and the duration could be from 1-2 years in a specialized skill aimed at employability.

5. Post Graduate Diplomas/ Certificates:

The prerequisites to enroll in these programs are a Bachelor’s Degree or an Undergraduate Diploma.

6. Masters Degree:

It is an optional for Bachelors Degree holders, graduates who have an interest in further learning and research and those who want to broaden their career possibilities. It is for 1 or 2 years of duration and can be pursued after 4 years of Bachelor’s degree.

7. Doctorate or PhD:

PhD is a degree ranking above the Masters Degree and generally requires 3 to 7 years to complete.

One of the most important factors to consider when studying abroad will be your budget. As a student you need to keep a track on all your expenses. Here is the overview of total estimate of living costs in Canada excluding your tuition fees:

Post Admission Experience

Visa Options

Student Permit

Cost - CA$157

Type Study

The study permit is a document issued that allows foreign nationals to study at designated learning institutions (DLI) in Canada.

Work Permit

Cost - CA$202

Type Work

The study permit is a document issued that allows foreign nationals to study at designated learning institutions (DLI) in Canada.

Post Graduate Work Permit

Cost - CA$266

Type Work

The study permit is a document issued that allows foreign nationals to study at designated learning institutions (DLI) in Canada.

Careers And Work Opportunities

Arts and Humanities

Medicine and Life Sciences

Law and Legal Studies

Interior and Spatial Designer

Natural Sciences

Engineering and Technology

Employment Opportunities

Working while studying is one of the many reasons Canada has become a favourable study destination for International students.

You may be allowed to work on or off campus depending on your study permit. Foreign students who have been issued a study permit to study at a publicly funded institution are allowed to work off campus while studying. To work off-campus, you do not have to apply for a work permit. The study permit authorizes you to work up to 20 hours per week during regular academic sessions, and full time during scheduled breaks.

The post-graduation work program is designed to provide students with Canadian work experience in their field of study. This program allows certain students to work for up to three years after their graduation. Students completing a two year diploma or a four year degree program would be eligible for a three years work permit.

Top Universities

University of Windsor

Canada

6.5

Minimum IELTS Required

NA

Ranking

Ontario Tech University

Canada

6.5

Minimum IELTS Required

NA

Ranking

Lakehead University

Canada

6.5

Minimum IELTS Required

203

Ranking

Thompson Rivers University

Canada

6.5

Minimum IELTS Required

NA

Ranking

University of Northern British Columbia - UNBC

Canada

6.5

Minimum IELTS Required

NA

Ranking

St Thomas University - STU

Canada

6.5

Minimum IELTS Required

203

Ranking

University of Lethbridge

Canada

6.0

Minimum IELTS Required

203

Ranking

Vancouver ISland University - VIU

Canada

6.5

Minimum IELTS Required

203

Ranking

Brock University

Canada

6.5

Minimum IELTS Required

203

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