Study in Canada

Canada is a huge and diverse country, home to over 37 million people. It is the second largest country in the world, sharing it's southern border with USA and it's north-western border with Alaska. Canada's population is just over 35 million - a small population compared to the size of the country. Canada has 10 provinces and 3 territories and more lakes than all the lakes combined in the world. Canada is a popular choice for international students wanting to study in a different country. With high measurements in quality of life and education, Canada has been ranked by the UN as one of the best places to live in the world. It is a developed country with a high-income economy.

Why Canada?

  • Canada has been consistently ranked as one of the safest nations in the world. It’s the sixth peaceful country across the globe.
  • Canada’s Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PWPP) allows students to stay and work in Canada for up to three years after completion of their graduation.
  • High on academic quality but affordable tuition fee
  • 18 of Canada’s universities in the 2019 QS World University ranking top 500.
  • Canada’s universities offer more than 15,000 undergraduate and graduate degree programs – as well as professional degree programs, diplomas and certificates – in a broad range of disciplines.
  • Canadian college and university diplomas are recognized around the world. The Canadian educational system encourages cross-disciplinary studies and the development of transferable skills (e.g., critical thinking, teamwork and communications) and uses cutting-edge technology and digital media.
  • Wi-Fi is accessible virtually anywhere in the country. For example, Montreal has launched an initiative to provide free Wi-Fi across the city. This will make it easy to stay in touch with your family and friends!
  • Canada was the first country to link its schools and libraries to the Internet through its innovative SchoolNet program.
  • English and French are both official languages in Canada and share equal status, but anywhere you choose to go in Canada, you can easily survive just by speaking and communicating in English.

Estimated details

Expenses (per annum)

  • Tution Fee (Undergraduate)

    Upto 20,000 CAD

  • Tution Fee (Post-graduate)

    16,500 ~ 50,000 CAD

  • Living Expense

    10,000 CAD (mandatory to get study permit)

Other info

You must apply for a study permit before you come to Canada. Along with your study permit, you will also need a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) for your entry in Canada. Please note that a study permit is a document that allows you to study in Canada while a TRV is a visa that allows you to enter in Canada. As an Indian student, you can get your study permit faster through the Student Direct Stream (SDS). If you choose to apply through SDS, you may need certain additional documents in this case. As an applicant from outside Canada, you will have to pay CAD150 as your visa fee.

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