Why Study in Canada

Canada is a bilingual country, which makes studying here an excellent opportunity to develop your language skills and boost your prospects for an interesting career.

Study in Canada and Opportunities for Permanent Resident

Want to be a Permanent Resident in Canada? Come hunt for your dreams before it’s too late! For a 2-year study, you can get Post-Graduate Work Permit for a maximum of 3 years. This greatly helps your chances of getting a Permanent Resident status. Can work part-time during school & as much as you like while on vacation.

Some colleges & universities provide co-op programs that are paid internships with full-time work for approximately 4 months, without any lecture activities. Study for 2 years, after graduation you can get a Post-Graduate Work Permit for a maximum of 3 years. A very big opportunity to become a Permanent Resident

Bilingual Environment

Canada is a bilingual country, which makes studying here an excellent opportunity to develop your language skills and boost your prospects for an interesting career. Coursework in French and English is an integral part of Canada’s educational system.

Employment Opportunites and Possibility of Immigration and Citizenship

In Canada it allows international students to work 20 hours per week at school and 40 hours per week during school holidays so you can learn to live independently there.

You can also apply for a work visa after graduation. Furthermore, the opportunity to get a Permanent Residence after graduating is greater than in other countries.

Did you know that some international students with Canadian credentials and Canadian work experience may apply for permanent residency without having to leave Canada?

Canada gives its students the option of working over here which possibly makes it the most desirable country to study abroad. Students studying in Canada can apply for Canadian permanent residency. It can take up to 15 months and once you qualify the immigration programs, you become the permanent resident of Canada.

Furthermore, like USA, Canada practices Jus Soli system – any babies born on its soil are guaranteed to attain Canadian citizenship without fail.

More Affordable Study Cost

Studying in Canada is not free, but very affordable. Unlike other countries, the most popular choice in Canada is the college and technical institute. This is because Canada offers professional programs one (1) to three (3) years including work internships. It also offers a University Transfer Program (UTP) program, which provides opportunities for students to get a Bachelor Degree at a university. The fees for the College and Technical Institute range from CA $ 10,000 – CA $ 15,000 per year.

Dual-Language Nation

Canada is a bilingual country with two official languages, English and French. Most (75 percent) of French-speaking Canadians live in the province of Quebec, located in eastern Canada; but there are still many people who speak French everywhere. According to the 1991 census, French is the mother tongue of 82 percent of Quebec residents and is used at home by 83 percent of Quebec residents.

Health Care

Residents, including PR, have easy-access to one of the best health care systems in the world.

National health care insurance program, also known as Medicare, pays for the most necessary medical services. Medicare cards will be accepted throughout Canada and allow you to receive medical services from a licensed medical doctor (MD).

Education

Canada offers free primary and secondary education and subsidized post-secondary studies.

Canada spends more education than any other industrialized nation on the planet.

Every child must attend school until the age of 16-17 years of age. Ninety-five percent of Canada’s children go to the public schools, which are free. Students are assigned to a public school according to where they live. The education system is funded primarily by the provinces.

Business / Career Opportunities

Canada provides unlimited opportunities for development in the natural resources, manufacturing, construction, import / export, commerce, high-tech and service industries.

Canada has easy access to the markets of the United States and Mexico through the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

 

 

No need to relocate immediately upon receiving PR status

To ensure that PR is valid, you will need to spend an accumulated period of 2 years in Canada out of the 5 years of PR (starting from the time you receive the PR).

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Education System in Canada

Undergraduate Studies

Bachelor Degree in Canada takes duration of four (4) years. Just like America, Canada also recognizes a pathway system through the College, where students can start their studies for one (1) to two (2) years in college first and then transfer to a university.

Education System Structure

Canada provides unlimited opportunities for development in the natural resources, manufacturing, construction, import / export, commerce, high-tech and service industries.

Canada has easy access to the markets of the United States and Mexico through the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

 

 

No need to relocate immediately upon receiving PR status

To ensure that PR is valid, you will need to spend an accumulated period of 2 years in Canada out of the 5 years of PR (starting from the time you receive the PR).

Postgraduate Studies

The study duration for Graduate courses (Master Degree) is two (2) years and for PhD is between three (3) to four (4) years. The university also offers certificate and degree for professionals.

Fees for universities vary depending on the province, institution and program of study, typically ranging CAD 9,000 – CAD 26,000 per year.

The study period usually lasts from September to May. Some universities use a semester or trimester system, with all courses available even during the summer. Generally there is no admission test in Canada. Each university sets its own entry standards and qualifications of each individual application.

1. Elementary & Middle School

The education system in Canada includes both government and private-funded schools, from kindergartens to pre-universities. Education is the responsibility of the province under the Canadian Law, so there are differences in the education system in the various provinces. In general, the length of primary and secondary education in Canada is 11, 12 or 13 years depending on the province.

From here students can continue to Universities and Colleges, or in Quebec they can continue at CEGEP (Collége d’enseignement gènèral et professionnel) which means College of General and Vocational Education. All universities in Canada are government owned, programs are offered from Undergraduate to Doctorate and usually start in September

2. College & Technical Institute / Polytechnic

The most popular choice in Canada is the College and Technical Institute, because it offers professional programs 1 to 3 years that include work internships. It also offers the University Transfer Program (UTP) program, which provides opportunities for students to obtain a Bachelor’s degree program at the University. Credit transfer grades from the first two years at College or University College will provide provisions for these students.
Fees for the College and Technical Institute range from CAD 14,000 to CAD 17,000.

3. University

Universities in Canada are known internationally for the quality of teaching and research. Bachelor and Postgraduate degrees from universities in Canada are considered equivalent to other universities in the United States and other Commonwealth countries. Universities in Canada are mostly funded by the government, therefore Universities in Canada are consistently of high quality.

The number of full time students at the University ranges from 1,000 to 35,000 students. In addition, most universities have a large number of part time students or further education students. Bachelor Degree for 4 years in Canada. Like the United States, Canada also knows the pathway system through the College, where students can start their studies for 1-2 years at the College first, and continue transfer to the University.

UNIQUE SCORING SYSTEM

Scoring system and GPA in U.S. can be confusing, especially for international students. Assessment interpretation has many variations. For example, two students entering different schools send their transcripts to the same university. They both have GPA 3.5, but the first student entered a normal high school, while the second student entered a high school. Universities can interpret their GPA values ​​differently because both schools have dramatic standard differences

Therefore, there are some important things to remember:

  • You must find information about U.S. assessments. which is commensurate with the last level of education that you have completed in your home country.
  • Pay more attention to admission requirements from each university and college, as well as individual undergraduate programs, which may have different requirements from the university.

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COST OF STUDY IN CANADA

Cost of Living in Canada

There are several types of living costs in Canada:

• One-way bus fares $ 2.00 – $ 3.00
• Use of Local Phone $ 0.25
• Restaurant food $ 10.00 – 25.00 per person
• Watch $ 8.50 – $ 12.00
• Mail delivery in Canada is $ 0.52
• Sending International Letters of $ 1.55

Accommodation

If you choose to live off campus you will likely pay around $600 a month to rent a room and at least $1,800 a month to rent an apartment.

1.Apartment (1 room) in the center of the CBD $ 1,426 – 2,300
2.Apartment (1 room) on the edge of the $ 1,000 – 1,700 CBD (suburb)
3.Apartment (3 rooms) in CBD center $ 3,000 – 4,500
4.Apartment (3 rooms) on the edge of the CBD (suburb) $ 1,900 – 3,200

Tuition Fee

The cost of studying in Canada is one of the most reasonable compares with other G-8 countries that take international students. You will find that the combined costs of tuition fees and living expenses are lower than most of those countries. Each institution has different fees for different courses. The following is a guide only:

1.English Language Courses CAD$295 – CAD$320 per week
2.Vocational Education and Training Courses AUD$10,000 – CAD$13500 per year
3.Bachelor Degree (undergraduate) CAD$10,000 – CAD$13,500 per year
4.Graduate Diploma, Masters, PhD (postgraduate) CAD$12,000 – CAD$18,000 per year

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Student Visa Requirements in Canada

In Canada a student visa is often referred to as a ‘study permit’. It is important that you make sure you have the correct study permit for your international studies before you leave for Canada.

As study permit conditions can change quickly, you will need to make sure you follow up to date advice.

Often you will need to have documents translated and couriered. Our team can step you through this so you have less paperwork to keep track of!

Arranging study permits or visa can feel daunting, but when you have the right support and direction from Eduversity counselors, it can be achieved.

In order to study to Canada, each student must have two different documents, a visa and also a study permit. Canada has two different terminologies which has different purposes. The Visa, which the document to allow the holder to enter or exit the country and usually attached to the passport.

It is usually issued by the Canadian Embassy around the world for the applicants. Secondly is the Permit, which is the document issued by the Border Security in Canada for applicant for various purposes. For student, it is simply called Study Permit. However, there are also many other Permits, such as Work Permit, Temporary Resident Permit, etc. This document is use for someone who eligible to stay in Canada for period of time. Usually it is more than 6 months.

To apply for study permit, the applicant must prove:

Accepted by school, college, university or other educational institution in Canada.

Have sufficient fund to pay your tuition fees, living expenses for yourself and any accompanying family member, and also return transportation for you and the family members.

A law abiding citizen with no criminal record. Must be in good health and complete the medical examination if required.

Must satisfy the immigration officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your authorized stay.

International students are required to obtain a Study Permit before going to Canada.

The student can apply for Study permit under the Student Partners Program (SPP) of the Association of Canadian Community Colleges and the Canadian Immigration Programs in New Delhi and Chandigarh.

To qualify for Study Permit Application under SPP the student should hold an unconditional offer letter from one of the universities / colleges that are included under this scheme.

SPP is currently open to Indian nationals only. Allow atleast two months for your Visa to be processed.

 

Documents Checklist for SPP (STUDENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM):

SPP Checklist – Attach THIS checklist as a cover sheet to your application.

Application form fully completed (all questions answered), dated and signed, indicating your personal mailing address, reliable phone contact, and your personal email address (if you agree to e-mail communications).

Original, valid passport for yourself, as well as a photocopy of the bio data page.

Family Information Form and Student Questionnaire (leaving no gaps).

Two passport photographs with a white background for yourself and each family member requesting a visa. The photographs should have your name printed on the back, dated and taken in the past 6 months.

Letter of Acceptance from your SPP educational institute in Canada stating unconditional admission, course title, duration of study, level of study, start date (multiple start dates, if applicable) and latest possible date of admission.

Photocopy of the most recent diploma/leaving certificate, and most recent mark sheets (for entire program; consolidated mark sheets are NOT acceptable)

Copy of receipts for tuition payment provided by the SPP institution.

Proof of funds: You MUST demonstrate the purchase of a special (GIC) from a participating Canadian financial institution, in the amount of $10,000 CAD to cover living expenses for your first year in Canada. Please consult page 2 for information on how to obtain a GIC. Official GIC document is mandatory.

Copy of medical examination form IMM1017 if you opted to undergo a medical examination before submitting your application.

Partner Institutions

List of Institutions

Universitas British Columbia
Universitas Mcgill
Universitas Mcmaster
Universitas Toronto
Universitas Waterloo
Thomson Rivers University
Vancouver Island University
Langara College
Laurentian University
Columbia College
Art Institute Of Vancouver
Athabasca University
University Of Alberta
University Of Calgary
University Of Lethbridge
Royal Roads University
Simon Fraser University
Thompson Rivers University
Trinity Western University
University Of British Columbia
University Of Northern British Columbia
University Of Victoria
Brandon University
University Of Manitoba
University Of Winnipeg
Newfoundland & Labrador
Memorial University Of Newfoundland
Atlantic Baptist University
Mount Allison University
St. Thomas University
Université De Moncton
University Of New Brunswick
Acadia University
Cape Breton University
Dalhousie University
Mount Saint Vincent University
Saint Francis Xavier University
Saint Mary’s University
Université Sainte-Anne
Brock University
Carleton University
Lakehead University
Mcmaster University
Nipissing University
Queen’s University
Ryerson University
Trent University
University Of Guelph
University Of Ontario Institute Of Technology
University Of Ottawa
University Of Toronto
University Of Waterloo
University Of Western Ontario
University Of Windsor
Wilfrid Laurier University
York University
University Of Prince Edward Island
Bishop’s University
Concordia University
Laval University
Mcgill University
Université De Montréal
Université Du Québec
University Of Sherbrooke
University Of Regina
University Of Saskatchewan
University West
Fraser International College
Icm University Of Manitoba
Isc Royal Roads University
Arbutus College
Ascenda School Of Management
Bronte College
Douglas College
George Brown College
Humber College
International College Of Manitoba
Le Cordon Bleu
Southern Alberta Institute Of Technology
Vancouver Film School
British Columbia University
Toronto University
Waterloo University
Université Du Québec En Abitibi-Témiscamingue
University Of Montreal
Western University
Dalhousie University Nova Scotia Halifax
Laval University Quebec
Queen’s University Ontario Kingston
Simon Fraser University British Columbia Burnaby
Carleton University Ontario Ottawa
Concordia University Quebec Montreal
Memorial University
University Of Québec
Université De Sherbrooke
University Of Regina Saskatchewan
University Of Windsor Ontario
Albert College
Appleby College
Balmoral Hall School
Bishop’s College School
Braemar College
Burnaby School District 41
Capilano University
Centennial College
Columbia International College
Dewey College
Dorset College
Evergreen College
Fairleigh Dickinson University Vancouver
George Browne College
Lasalle College
Le Cordon Bleu Ottawa
Niagara College
Okanagan College
Seneca College
Sheridan College
Southern Ontario College
Sprott Shaw College
St. John’s International School
St. Michaels University School
Vancouver English Centre
University Of Simon Fraser
Royal Road University
Doughlas College
Humber Collebe
La Salle Negeri
International College Manitoba
Algonquin College
Cambrian College
Camosun College
Canadore College
College Of The Rockies
College Of New Caledonia
Collège University
Conestoga College
Confederation College
Durham College
Emily Carr University
Fanshawe College
Fleming College
Georgian College
Greystone College
Humber Institute Of Technology & Advanced Learning
King’s University College
Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Mount Royal University
New Brunswick Community College
Northern College
Northern Lights College
North Island College
Nova Scotia College
Ocad University
Red River College
Sault College
Saskatchewan Polytechnic
Selkirk College
St Lawrence College
St. Clair College
St. Francis Xavier University
The Loyalist College
University Of Fraser Valley
University Of Guelph- Humber
University Of Ontario

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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