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Study in Canada

Why Study in Canada ?

In terms of research and the employment market, Canadian education is highly regarded and accepted worldwide. Aspiring students can afford an education with a wide range of courses. Qualifications valued around the world.  Affordable education, safe and secure neighbourhoods, world-class language instruction, a fun campus life, creative and many research opportunities, the Land of Possibilities, and immigration options.

Education System in Canada

Canada has an extremely high literacy rate of over 96%. Canada's government has placed a lot of focus on education. Elementary education, secondary education, and higher education are the three stages of the educational system.

After compulsory secondary education, higher education in Canada begins. Students undertake degrees that are both professional and vocational in character, depending on their skill sets and capacities. In the previous five years, Biochemistry and Computer Science, followed by Nursing, Sociology, and Psychology, have experienced some of the quickest growth at the bachelor's level. In disciplines including computer science, business (including MBA), health sciences, law, ocean studies, natural resources, and agriculture, Canadian universities excel in research and instruction.

Canada has two official languages: English and French. For students who want to learn either or both languages, there are programmes for English as a Second Language (ESL) and French as a Second Language (FSL).

Professional Status :

Under the Off-Campus Work Permit Program, some publicly funded educational institutions in Canada permit international students to work off-campus while obtaining their degrees. The post-graduation work programme offers attractive career opportunities in the sectors of information technology, telecommunications, medicine, education, and law while also giving graduate students the opportunity to gain work experience in their subject of study.

Partner College and Universities :

Courses :
Here are the popular courses that you can choose for studying in Canada: 

  • Computer science
  • Business
  • Engineering
  • Health sciences
  • Physiotherapy
  • Information technology
  • Animation and gaming 
  • Hospitality

Required Scores :
IELTS : For Undergraduate Diplomas 6 not less than 6 bands required

             For Post Graduate Diplomas 6.5 not less than 6 bands required

PTE :     For Undergraduate Diplomas 58 not less than 55 bands required

              For Post Graduate Diplomas 65 not less than 60 bands required

Fees and Living Expenses :

  • Average fees for Diploma course after +2 is in between CAD $ 14000 to CAD $ 17000 per year
  • Graduate certificate and Bachelor's degree courses can range between CAD $ 16750 to CAD $ 18967 per year
  • Masters of Engineering courses in any science stream ( Electrical, mechanical or any stream) in universities can range between CAD $ 18901 to CAD $ 24000 per year
  • Living Expenses per year in scotia bank/ ICICI bank in GIC A/c CAD $ 10220.

Intakes in Canada :

Unlike a single intake in Indian universities, Canadian colleges and universities offer three intakes. In some universities, intakes may also be referred to as a semester. The three intakes available in Canada are:

  • Fall: A popular intake among Indian students, The Fall intake starts in the month of September
  • Winter: Starts in January; it’s best if you miss the September intake.
  • Summer: Available for limited programs and colleges, the Summer intake usually starts around April and May  

Documents Required :

  • Academic documents from 10th onwards along with passport and IELTS score card for admission.
  • Work Experience Documents (if applicable)

Conditions for Applying for Student Visa :

The first and foremost condition for applying for a student visa is to get an admission offer; you must demonstrate that you have been accepted by and will be attending a college or university.

You must show that you have the financial means to support yourself, pay for your education, and cover return travel expenses without working in Canada.

A minimum of CAN $10,220  is required, plus the cost of six months of tuition and travel expenses to and from Canada. The standard sum, $10,220, is thought to be sufficient to cover all living expenses for one person for a full year, excluding tuition; however, if the cost of living in the destination country is greater than normal, more funds may be needed to obtain a student visa.

You need to satisfy the visa officer that you will return home at the end of the studies.

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