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Study in Canada

Top 5 Reasons to Study in Canada

  • Canada, the world's second-largest country, is both geographically vast and ethnically varied, making it an ideal place to study.

  • In comparison with other countries, international tuition fees, housing, and other living costs are all affordable in Canada.

  • Students in Canada have the advantage of being able to work and study simultaneously.

  • It is one of the world's most industrialized countries, and its economy has continuously ranked among the most stable.

  • Canada is a safe and secure country that is regarded as one of the most desirable places to live.

Quick Facts about Canada

  • Population: 3.8 crores

  • Capital: Ottawa

  • Largest City: Toronto 

  • Major Language: English, French 

  • Major Religion: Christianity

  • Currency: Canadian Dollar

  • International Dialling Code: +1

Higher Education System 

Canada Qualifications after 12 Years of Schooling (HSC or Equivalent Course) in India

  • 1-2 Years of Diploma 

  • 3 Years of Advance Diploma

 

Canada Qualifications after 3 or 4 Years of College or University Degree or Equivalent Course in India

  • 1-2 Year of Graduate Diploma

  • 2 Years of Master’s 

 

Canada Qualifications after Master’s or MPhil Degree or Equivalent in India

  • 4 to 7 Years of Doctorate Degree (Ph.D.)

General Admission Requirements

After 12th or equivalent in India for 2 Years Associate or 4 Years Bachelor’s Degree in Canada

  • Academics: 70% Above marks in 12th /Equivalent

  • English Language Proficiency: IELTS 6.0-6.5 overall 

  • TOEFL: PBT-550 min CBT-213 min

 

Note: Certain universities may waive off your IELTS/TOEFL and/or SAT requirements

 

After 3 or 4 Years of Bachelor’s Degree in India for Admission in Master’s Degree in Canada

  • If 25 years & above by the time of application 2-3 years of full-time work experience 

  • GMAT score: 580-600

  • IELTS score of 6.5 overall with no less than 6 bands

  • TOEFL score of PBT: 580-600 min

  • CBT score of 237-250 min

  • 4 years of bachelor degree with 70% average

Popular Courses

  • Engineering & Trades

  • Finance & Accounts

  • Hospitality Travels & Tourism

  • Health & Social Services

  • BioScience & Technology

Top 20 Universities in Canada (Latest QS Rankings)

  1. McGill University

  2. University of Toronto

  3. University of British Columbia

  4. University of Alberta

  5. Université de Montréal

  6. McMaster University

  7. University of Waterloo

  8. Western University

  9. University of Ottawa

  10. University of Calgary

  11. Queen's University at Kingston

  12. Dalhousie University

  13. Simon Fraser University

  14. University of Victoria (UVic)

  15. Université Laval

  16. York University

  17. University of Saskatchewan

  18. Concordia University

  19. Université du Québec

  20. University of Guelph

Cost of Studies

Undergraduate:  CAD$ 12,000   to   CAD$ 25,000 Per Year

MBA:                   CAD$ 20,000   to   CAD$ 40,000 Per Year

Doctoral:             CAD$ 7,000     to   CAD$ 15,000 Per Year

Post Graduate:   CAD$ 17,000   to   CAD$ 25,000 Per Year

​Cost of Living:    CAD$ 10,000   to   CAD$ 15,000 Per Year

Total                    CAD$ 22,000   to   CAD$ 40,000 Per Year

Student Visa Requirements

  • A Valid Passport

  • Letter of Acceptance 

  • English Language Proficiency : IELTS- Overall 6

  • Visa Application Fee Payment (CAD$ 150)

  • Bio-Metric Charges (CAD$ 85)

  • Medical Clearance from an approved Medical Practitioner 

  • Guaranteed Income Certificate (of CAD$10,000) from a recognized Canadian Bank

  • Proof of Cost of Education (Education Loan letter / Bank Balance Certificate)

  • All Educational Documents

  • Other relevant supporting documents (Consult our visa advisors to know a list of documents specific to your application)

Usually, a Canadian Student Visa is issued to those students who convince the visa officer through a visa application that he or she is

  • Academically eligible to study the opted course

  • Has sole intention of studying the Canada (through a well-written Study Plan or Statement of Purpose, SOP)

  • Financially capable to undertake education in the Canada

  • Has compelling reasons to return to his or her home country after the completion of the course

  • Has good immigration records

Post Study Careers

  • Students graduating from a 2-year or longer program in Canada are eligible for a 3-year work permit after graduation, with no restrictions on the types of employment and no requirement for a job offer. 

  • During co-op terms, students can work full-time off-campus, earning between C$700 and C$900 per month.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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