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CANADA

Study in the Canada

When we face the question of choosing the best country in abroad for education, Canada tops the priority list without any doubt as its considered best amongst all countries. It is not only because of the education standard, but also because of the diversity the country offers. In other words, this country gives the opportunity of meeting people from diversified cultural, social and racial background.

 

Canada has the best innumerable colleges and universities, amongst other educational institutions in the world. These “state of art” colleges offer vibrant, creative and challenging environment, where students get the opportunity to pick & choose different programs they would like to study. The students in these innumerable “state of art” institutions range from 1,000 to 60,000. These institutions provide rock solid foundation, which is “the key” to develop ones potential to the optimum. This would eventually boost ones career prospects and help building a better future!

 

Why study in the CANADA?

Let’s face it. When you go looking for a study abroad destination, there are a lot of options available to you. But let’s say you want to get your education in a country of diversity like no other. You want to be with people of different cultural and racial backgrounds. You want both wilderness and skyscrapers. You want educational choices, beginning with either French or English as the language of instruction, for literally hundreds of specializations from aerospace engineering to zoology. You want to pick from among institutions that enroll 1,000 and 60,000 students, with every size in between. You want to live in a cosmopolitan city, but it has to be close to a large park where you can ski, swim, canoe, hike and bike; or you want to live in a small town that is only a short train ride to a big city where you can see an award-winning stage musical or a big league hockey, basketball, or football game.

You still not convinced. Well, in that case given below is the list of reasons why you should study in Canada?

  • One of the best places in the world to settle down.
  • Multicultural society.
  • Canadian education standard is the best amongst all.
  • Worldwide recognition given to their education programs
  • A very safe country to be in
  • Canada provides international students the opportunity to work and live in the country post completing ones graduation.
  • Second largest country in the world that is capable of providing everything to everyone.

 

Life in the CANADA

life at university while studying in Canada is a worthwhile experience; you would have very casual studying style, you will not be pressed by your teachers on any task but everything will be on your own responsibility, you are relaxed and there are seldom stressful deadlines. There is a diverse culture in Canadian universities, students come from almost every country to study in Canada, you will meet people from different cultures and backgrounds who present different faiths and speak other tongues.

 

Work while you Study

You can work while you study in Canada. This will allow students to work part time i.e. 20 hours/week simultaneously while studying full time. The eligibility to file work permit depends on several other factors like academic performance, advisor recommendation, attendance and so on. Students would require off-campus work permit along with the S.I.N (Social insurance number) to work off- campus. SIN number can filed from any of the service Canada office once the student has received the job offer or off campus work permit. Nevertheless students can work on campus from the day one and wouldn’t require any work permit. Libraries, Book Stores, Food stalls, bar, café, are some of the places on campus where students work.

 

After You studies

Applicants enrolled in full time program in University or Community College in Canada for a minimum of one year, are considered to be eligible for open work permit upon the completion of their program. Completion of one year full time program makes you eligible for one year open work permit and 2 or more years program will give you three years of work permit.

 

Canada Student Visa Entry Requirements

In the Canada, generally a student have to have

  • 12 years of education to get admission in undergraduate course,
  • 4 years bachelor’s degree to get admission in Postgraduate courses.

Language Proficiency

University English Language Requirement

TOEFL - 90 ibt (minimum), 213 cbt (minimum), 550 pbt (minimum)

IELTS 6.5 (minimum) with minimum of 6.0 band in each Category

Community College English Language Requirement

Post-Secondary requirement

TOEFL 79 ibt (minimum) 213 cbt (minimum) 550 pbt (minimum)

IELTS 6.0 (minimum) with minimum of 6.0 band in each Category

Post-Graduation requirement

TOEFL 90 ibt (minimum) 213 cbt (minimum) 550 pbt (minimum)

IELTS 6.5 (minimum) with minimum of 6.0 band in each Category

 

Canada Student Visa Major Intakes

Mostly universities & Colleges offered intake is September / March but few universities offer Jan / Feb / April intake also.

 

Admission Documents Requirement

The Canadian student visa you need depends on your chosen course of study. As a guide, the typical key requirements you will need to meet are:

  • All educational documents including their transcripts.
  • English language proficiency certificate (IELTS).
  • A valid passport (1st + 2nd page)
  • CNIC
  • 2 reference letters from your institute or any teacher
  • CV
  • 1 Passport size photograph

Processing Time for Canadian Student Visa

Canadian student visa application processing can take 2 to 3 Months to finalize you application.

 

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Cost of Study

Undergraduate programs $ 7,000 to £ 10,000 per Semester
Postgraduate programs $ 7,500 to £ 14,000 per Semester
Diplomas $ 5, 000 to 7,000 per Semester

Canada Student Visa Cost

Visa Charges
125$

Student Visa Living Costs

Expenses Per Person Amount Required in AUD
Statement Applicant 25 to 30 Lacks

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