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Study in Canada

Canada stands as one of the top countries with unmatched living standards. Its education system plays a pivotal role in its achievements, attracting competition from other nations. Education holds paramount importance in Canada, evident by the presence of six Canadian universities in the top 100 rankings of the Times Higher Education World University Ratings for 2016-2017.

The classroom atmosphere in Canadian universities is known for its openness and friendliness, where professors serve as guides, fostering independent learning among students. In many ways, the Canadian higher education system resembles that of the United States, incorporating traditional lectures, workshops, group work, assignments, and projects. This approach ensures that students not only memorize subjects but also learn how to apply knowledge effectively. As a result, they become self-reliant, capable of comprehending studies on their own, and maintain a lifelong curiosity, intelligence, and youthfulness. Consequently, graduates from Canadian institutions are highly sought after for employment worldwide.

Canada offers a comprehensive package to help you achieve your future career goals successfully. It provides excellent academic training, a safe and diverse environment, and a friendly cultural life. Discover the perfect degree in Canada and embark on an extraordinary study adventure!

Quick Facts

Higher Education in Canada

Number of higher education institutions : 170+

Number of international students in higher education : 192,000.

Popular Areas of study :
• Business
• Information Technology
• Hospitality and Tourism
• Health Sciences

Cost of Education : Approximately CAD$13,000 – CAD$19,000 per year

Qualifications required:
• TOEFL or IELTS scores as a proof of English proficiency. Depending upon the institution, the score requirements may vary between 80-100 for TOEFL and 6.0 – 7.0 bands in IELTS.
• A good score in GMAT for MBA.

Intake : Jan /May /September


Specialities Of Canada?

  • Quality Education: Canada offers high-quality education, known for its academic excellence and research opportunities.
  • Affordable Education: Public universities in Canada provide 100% free education for domestic students, and international students can find affordable tuition fees compared to other countries.
  • Strong Economy: Canada has a strong and stable economy, ranking among the top globally, creating a favorable environment for business and employment opportunities.
  • Global Mobility: Canadian residency provides access to 26 Schengen countries, allowing for easy travel and exploration within Europe.
  • Competitive Salary: Students and graduates in Canada can earn competitive salaries, with average hourly wages ranging from 10 to 14 euros.
  • Efficient Public Transportation: Canada has well-developed public transportation systems, offering convenient and reliable options for commuting.
  • Engineering Excellence: Canadian engineers are highly regarded worldwide for their skills, expertise, and contributions to various industries.
  • Post-Graduation Work Permit: International graduates can obtain a post-graduation work permit (PGWP) for up to 1 1/2 years, allowing them to gain valuable work experience in Canada.
  • Part-Time Work Opportunities: Students can work part-time for up to 20 hours per week, providing opportunities to gain practical experience and support themselves financially.
  • Diverse Degree Options: Canadian universities offer a wide range of Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs, with a strong focus on science, engineering, and MBA fields.
  • Public Universities
  • Private Universities

Process of Application

  1. Research: Gather information about educational institutions, programs, and admission requirements in Canada.
  2. Choose a program: Select the specific study program or course you wish to pursue in Canada based on your interests and career goals.
  3. Check eligibility: Verify if you meet the academic and language proficiency requirements set by the chosen educational institution.
  4. Prepare required documents: Collect all necessary documents, such as academic transcripts, letters of recommendation, statement of purpose, passport, English language proficiency test scores (e.g., IELTS, TOEFL), and any additional documents required by the institution.
  5. Financial planning: Explore scholarships, grants, and other funding options to cover tuition fees, living expenses, and insurance costs during your studies in Canada.
  6. Submit application: Complete the online application form provided by the chosen educational institution or use the centralized application system (e.g., ApplyBoard, OUAC) if applicable, and ensure that all required documents are uploaded correctly.
  7. Pay application fees: Process the payment for the application fees as required by the educational institution or through the centralized application system.
  8. Await decision: Wait for the admission decision from the universities or colleges you applied to, which may involve a review of your application, interviews, or additional assessments.
  9. Acceptance and visa process: If accepted, accept the offer from the chosen institution and proceed with the necessary steps to obtain a study permit (student visa) for Canada. This may include providing financial proof, medical examinations, and completing the required forms and applications.
  10. Pre-arrival preparations: Attend any orientation programs provided by the institution and prepare for your studies in Canada.


Popular study programs in Canada include Business Administration, Computer Science, Engineering, Health Sciences, and Environmental Studies.

Tuition fees in Canada vary depending on the university, program, and province. On average, undergraduate programs for international students can range from CAD 15,000 to CAD 35,000 per year at public universities. Private universities and specialized programs may have higher tuition fees.

Yes, scholarships are available for international students wishing to study in Canada. Canadian universities, government organizations, and external funding bodies offer scholarships and grants to support international students. It is advisable to explore scholarship opportunities specific to your field of study and the university you are interested in.

Yes, It is possible for international students to work part-time while studying in Canada. The academic year typically permits students to work up to 20 hours a week, and the break period usually permits students to work full-time. However, it is important to check the specific work conditions associated with your study permit.

English language proficiency is required for studying in Canada. Most Canadian universities accept English language tests such as IELTS or TOEFL. The required scores vary by university and program, but a common requirement for undergraduate programs is an overall IELTS score of 6.0 to 6.5 or equivalent. However, language requirements may vary, so it is advisable to review the specific requirements of the intended university or program.

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