Study in Canada

To pursue higher education in a different country especially in western countries is huge and a life-changing experience. Moreover study in Canada is undoubtedly a dream come true for each and every aspiring student.

Located in the northern-most part of America continent, Canada boasts some of the best educational institutions of global standard. Twelve Universities in Canada ranked in top 200 Universities in Times Higher Education Supplement. In Canada, students have plenty of options viz Concordia University, McGill University, McMaster University, Queen’s University, University de Montreal, University of Alberta, University of British Columbia, University of Calgary, University of Toronto, University of Waterloo, University of Western Ontario and York University to select from.

Why study in Canada:

Like other Western nations, pursuing higher education in Canada also open new doors to students. Study in Canada is an awesome experience as it offer scope to unveil varied lifestyle of locals and alluring landscape, low tuition fees of the Universities, learn new skills, and opportunity to work in local organizations to fill up your kitty as well as your CV. Students are also allow to work for a year after graduation.

For this work permit is not required, if student have a valid study permit, which being an international student is must, but do check this out depending on the job you choose.

Study expense in Canada:

As compared to other Western nations, higher education in education is less expensive. It is estimated that around CAN$400-800 is require for standard living in Canada, but obviously you can spend more or less, depending on the way you want to live.

For educational expenses, a student have to spend around CAN$6000 to CAN$17,500 per year for undergraduate courses and CAN$6500 to CAN$33,000 per year for graduate courses. Generally undergraduate courses are of 3-4 years and then 1+ year for post-graduate course. It is advisable to apply at the very latest

in March for the September intake, but for popular courses apply at the earliest to avoid last minute tension. Following this in January or February of each year, there is second intake for every University in Canada.

Visa requirement:

To study in Canada, a student visa or student permit is essential. Before applying for visa, it is advisable to have a thorough research about the various Universities in Canada.

To get visa for higher education in Canada from the Canadian Embassy, the letter of acceptance from your chosen University along with your receipt of application fee which is an evidence that a student is financially self sufficient to complete his/her study and manage living expenses in Canada is required.

Other requirements are character certificate, health certificate and Police verification is also mandatory.

Apart from all these, if a student has knowledge of English and French languages then it will be an added benefit for the student.

Visa Interview:

Last but not the least, to qualify for higher study in Canada it is mandatory to appear for visa interview at the country’s Canadian embassy.

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