Study In The Canada

Every year, Canada welcomes hundreds of thousands of international students from around the globe. When you study in Canada, you invest in your future. International students benefit from the same rights and freedoms that protect all Canadians: respect for human rights, equality, diversity and a stable, peaceful society. Canada ranks in third place globally for the best quality of life. Canada is an open, safe and culturally diverse society. You’ll feel at home in both our communities and classrooms. Experience the richness of Canadian culture, social life, travel adventures and four seasons. You can choose from urban and rural areas across our provinces and territories. No matter where you live in Canada, you can explore vibrant communities and spectacular landscapes. In Canada you also have a unique opportunity to study in either of Canada’s official languages, English or French, from kindergarten through to postgraduate studies.

  • Academic Excellence.
  • Focus on skill development.
  • Earn while you learn.
  • It’s affordable.
  • Quality of life – Safe and peaceful.
  • Cultural diversity.
  • Immigration opportunities.
Why Study in the Canada

Although the benefits of studying in Canada are innumerable.It has slowly but consistently grown in stature as a preferred destination for higher education in the last 8-9 years. It is now one of the most sought-after countries for higher education by Indian students.

Canada has completely changed that as it offers the best of both worlds. For students who want to get into the best of the best universities, they have institutions like University of Toronto, University of Alberta, University of British Columbia, and a number of other universities. For students who are looking for programs, which are not very expensive and of shorter duration, so that they save on their living expenses as well, Canada has the best system of community colleges in the world.

Reaching the goal & maintaining the purpose

Once you get your VISA to study in the Canada, you can fly anytime you want but before your classes start. If you have an accommodation plan already you are all set to go. But if you plan to stay in the university dorm, you will have to apply and pay along with the tuition fee.

After reaching there, it might seem tough for a few days but you know, in any kind of situation, you can always ask help from our headquarter. Also, the university authority will be very helpful to you in any pressure.

Available Intakes:

Fall Semester – A popular intake that starts in the month of September

Winter Semester – Which starts in the month of January

Summer Semester – Usually starts from April/May, this intake is available for limited programs and colleges.

Course Duration:

Diploma - 1 or 2 years

UG Program - 4 years

PG Program - 1 or 2 years

Test Required:

IELTS or TOEFL or PTE. Apart from this, depending on the course and university you have chosen, scores of various other exams might also be needed such as SAT, GRE, GMAT, etc.

When to Apply:

Applying 6 to 9 months before the academic session starts is always feasible.

Stay Back:

If the student applies for a 1-year study program, he/she can stay back or settle in Canada for one year after the course completion.

If the student is studying a program of two years, he/she could stay back or settle in Canada for a period of 3 years.

How to apply for universities in Canada

The admission process may be different from what you’re used to, so make sure you consult the university at which you are applying if you have specific questions. In the meantime, take the following steps to get started:

  • Choose a Program
  • Prepare the Paperwork
  • Check Specific Admission Requirements
  • Submit Your Application
  • Wait to Be Admitted
  • Apply for a Visa
  • Arrive in Canada
Living Costs

The country of Canada is not just famous for its mesmerising natural beauty and its multicultural cities, but also for the brilliant educational institutions. The Canadian universities are known for offering a wide range of courses with lesser tuition fees, making the cost of living in Canada for international students affordable. the 3 prominent reasons which attract a large number of students to study in Canada are its reputation as a safe country -78%, Non-discriminatory society - 79%, and Quality education system- 82%. The monthly (average) cost of living in Canada for international students is usually between CAD $600 and $800 for food and other daily expenses, excluding accommodation.

For instance, having breakfast or dinner at a restaurant can cost somewhere between CAD $10 and $15 per person. When it comes to the entertainment part, a cinema ticket on average costs CAD $12.25.

The cheapest cost of living in Canada as an international student is based on the city’s popularity, lifestyle and expanse; the bigger the city, the bigger the cost of living. Like Ontario for instance, the living costs tend to be more expensive.


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Facts About Canada
  • The Canada hosts a million plus students annually.
  • 30 of the world's finest 100 universities are in the Canada.
  • Post-study and stay back visas (OPT) up to 3 years for STEM programs.
  • Externships up to 1 year while studying.
  • Merit-based and needy-based scholarships.
  • Over 5000 recognized universities and institutions.
  • 12 of the best educational cities globally.
  • Unlimited Opportunities for analysis, schooling and graduate assistantships.
Documents Checklist
  • Academic Documents
  • 10th and 12th Mark sheet
  • Bachelors Mark sheet (each semester and main/provisional degree)
  • Passport
  • CV / Resume
  • Bachelor’s Degree transcript
  • Work Experience Certificates
  • Work Experience (If Any)
  • Backlog summary (if any)
  • Gap activities
  • Financial Documents
  • Statement Of Purpose
  • LOR (Letter of Recommendation
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