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Study In Canada

Canada is ranked as the number one country in the world for higher education. Canada is ranked as the best place to Live in the world. Canada is rated among the top three countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)

Why Choose Canada

Canada has consistently maintained its prestige as an attractive education hub due to a variety of factors including its global recognition and reputation, affordability, cultural exposure and abundant research opportunities. Canada has established itself as an immensely high benchmark for academic standards and has rigorous processes to uphold quality that ultimately are designed to broaden opportunities for the longer term. For a country that measures high amongst the OECD countries in terms of its overall quality of life, its tuition and living costs are surprisingly lower than one may speculate

Cost Of Education:

 Cost of higher education in Canada is quite affordable when compared to other countries. The cost would range from CAD$10000 to $CAD 16000. The minimum cost of living is approximately $ 30000 per annum

Entry Requirements

English proficiency tests are mandatory. Universities and colleges accept IELTS and GRE. Depending on the course the scores required may vary from 6.5-7.5 in IELTS and in PTE it varies from 55- 60.

MBA is one of the famous courses in Canada. However one require GMAT score for additional weightage

Popular Courses In Canada

Business and Commerce

Engineering

Technology

Health Sciences

Arts

Emerging Sectors In Canada

Canada's economy is amongst the wealthiest in the world offering a breadth of opportunities across a diverse portfolio of industries driven by innovation. Canada is one of the largest manufacturers in automotives due to its dominant position within NAFTA attracting global players including General Motors, Toyota, Volvo and Ford to set up base manufacturing centres. One of the highest growing industries in Canada is pharmaceuticals with manufacturing centres, R & D facilities and sophisticated distribution networks setup all across the country. Naturally, Canada is a leader in manufacturing advanced medical equipment that spreads its impact on a number of other sectors

Work Prospectus

A student visa holder can work 40hrs per fortnight. Graduates from all fields are eligible for a 3 years of post-study work upon successful completion of work. Scholarship deadlines vary amongst institutions

Major Intakes

January

May 

September

Students considering Canada are recommended to begin the application procedure 8-12 months prior to the intake

Documents Required For Canada

Attested copies of

  • Passport copy

  • 10th & Intermediate documents

  • Under-graduation certificates (Mark sheets including backlogs certificates)

  • Evidence of English proficiency test

  • Standardised tests (GMAT)

  • Work experience documents (If any)

  • Letter of recommendations

  • Resume

  • Statement Of purpose

  • Portfolio (for Art, Design & Architecture Courses)

  • Extra-curricular certificates

Note:


The Documents required for Canada for individual universities and individual courses may vary.