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Study in Canada


As one of the world’s favourite student destinations Canada has much to boast of. Students from across the world flock to its reputed universities to pursue courses in every discipline. Strong infrastructure, cutting edge curriculum and sprawling campuses are the hallmark of Canadian institutions. We works with students to help them increase their chances of studying in Canada. We help students identify and apply to the right course and right college that can serve as a launchpad for their international career.


  • Canada is one of the best places to higher studies and the country attracts thousands of students each year from abroad. The country provides world class education which is recognized globally. Research is one of the key components of a graduate student. The universities support the students who come out with best research ideas and many scholarships are given to student for their research works.

    • Affordable Education
    • Innovative and Abundant Research Opportunities
    • Immigration Possibilities
    • Exciting Campus Lifestyle
    • Healthy and Safe Communities
    • International students can often work while they study & Internships


      • Numerous research opportunities
      • Possibility of immigration after completing the course
      • Vibrant campus atmosphere
      • International students have the option of working when studying
      • Good internship opportunities



    • Education Qualification

      • The minimum eligibility criterion is to be a graduate with 50% score from a UGC or AICTE recognized university.
      • However, the below factors make the client case an exception and a KB query has to be raised to take confirmation on whether you can enroll the client or not before you sell.
        • Year Back
          • The graduation degree has to be completed within the stipulated time with no-year back.
          • Example: B.Com is a 3-year degree. The client should have completed it within 3 years and not more.
          • Example: Engineering is a 4-year degree. The client should have completed within 4 years and not more.
        • Backlogs
          • The client should not have more than 10 backlogs in his/her graduation period.


      • A student needs to pursue a course for a minimum duration of 8 months to be eligible to stay back in Canada
      • Course less than 8 months does not allow a client to stay back and apply for Post Graduation Work Permit
      • For post-graduation work permit a client needs to pursue a course of duration 8 months or more.
        • If the client pursues a course which is of duration less than 2 years, he/she is eligible for a post-graduation work permit of equivalent duration as the course
          • Example: 8 months course = 8 months post-graduation work permit
        • If the client pursues 2 years course (masters or diploma), he/she is eligible for a post-graduation work permit of 3 years
          • Example: 2 years masters/diploma course = 3 years post-graduation work permit


    • Tuition fees in Canada vary by institution and province, but the cost is generally more affordable when compared to other countries around the world. Technical and medical courses are more expensive than arts courses.
      On an average, the tuition and fees range from CAD 7,000 to CAD 35,000 per year for an International student.

      Study Program Average fees(in CAD*)
      Undergraduate Program $12,000 to $25,000 per year
      Postgraduate master’s Program $24,000 to $35,000 per year
      Doctoral Degree $7,000 to $10,000 per year

      The cost of studying in Canada will include other factors such as the cost of living and the student and visa application fees you will need to pay.


        • Canadian universities and colleges offer three intakes. Intakes may also be referred to as a semester in some institutions. The three intakes available in Canada are:

          Intake 1: Fall Semester – A popular intake starts in the month of September

          Intake 2: Winter Semester – Starts in the month of January

          Intake 3: Summer Semester – Usually starts from April/May, this intake is available for limited programs and colleges.

          We would advise you to apply well in advance because admissions and scholarships get difficult when you apply closer to the deadline. It is better to apply 6 to 9 months before the academic session starts.


      Student Applicant:

      • Students must be over 18 years of age
      • International Students can work on-campus or off-campus for up to 20 hours during university semesters and full-time during breaks such as the winter or summer holidays, without the need for a work permit
      • Foreign students who are studying in a program that requires work experience such as through a co-op or internship program


      In general, spouses are given the same rights as the spouse is already in Canada. Therefore, if the spouse in Canada has the right to work, the spouse who comes to join him or her will also have that right. But also note that only work permit holders can apply for the dependant visas.


      You will generally need the following for your CANADA Student Visa application:

      • Valid Passport
      • Attested copies of 10th, 12th and Degree certificates
      • Academic references – 2
      • Employer references – 2
      • SOP (Statement of Purpose)
      • Certificates of extracurricular achievements
      • An acceptance letter from your education institution
      • Proof of payment
      • Proof of financial funds
      • Passport size photographs
      • Study Permit and visa
      • English Proficiency
      • Your University will make you aware of additional requirements if any prior to your application

      Steps to study abroad in Canada:


      Research Your Options:

      Before you shortlist the universities, decide what you want to study, where you want to live, overall cost, various opportunities etc.

      Step 2:

       Select Universities:

      Shortlist the universities (about 10 universities should do) & study programs that meet your requirements and you want to apply for.

      Step 3:

       Prepare for entrance exams:

      Prepare for the standardized tests like TOEFL/GRE/GMAT/IELTS etc. based on the requirements of the universities & collages. Register for these tests in advance. While applying for the tests you should also plan for the time  required in case you need to retake the test. You should complete these tests before September of the year you wish to apply.

      Step 4:

      Finance your studies:

      Ensure that you have the money ready for your entire period of  study in Canada along with accommodation, local travel, food, and other miscellaneous expenses. Decide on how you will finance your studies – personal saving, education loans, student scholarships or assistantship.

      Step 5:

      Apply to university:

      Contact each university directly for the admission requirements. Every university has its own admission requirements. Complete the applications well before deadlines and send them.

      Step 6:

      Confirm admission:

      Once you get your acceptance letters from the universities that you have applied to, choose the university you would like to study at. The next step is to pay a non-refundable deposit to the university to confirm your admission.

      Step 7:

      Get Student Visa:

      Once you get admission confirmation done, you can apply for your student visa.

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