Study In Canada

Canada is a country in northern half of North America.Its capital is Ottawa.

It has ten provinces and three territories. Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Quebec City, Winnipeg and Hamilton. Main languages are English and French.

The monetary unit is the Canadian Dollar. It is made up of cents with 100 cents making 1 Canadian dollar. 

You can expect a high standard of living while in Canada. It’s a country that respects diversity, so irrespective of your ethnicity, you can feel at home in Canada.

Medical insurance is usually covered by the government so your health worries are taken care of. There’s life outside the campus as well with a lot of activities in and around as well as a lot of places to explore.

The country is also cherished for promoting multicultural diversity and creating a welcoming environment. It makes sure the people’s customs and traditions are well-maintained and their dignities are respected.

Canada offers a wide choice of 90 universities and 150 colleges and technical institutes, offering a wide range of programs.

A degree from a Canadian university is recognized worldwide and as a result,international students who graduate from Canadian universities enjoy successful and prosperous careers.

The Canadian education system is generally divided into 3 levels-

Canada is renowned for being one of the most educated countries in the world.  Dominant percentage of the population holds at least a high school certificate, and a significant number opt for a post-secondary level of education.

A Canadian degree, diploma or certificate is globally recognized as being equivalent to those obtained from the United States or Commonwealth countries.

Once students complete elementary school which is up to 8thstandard, they would take up High school education comprising of classes 9thto 12th.

Undergraduate programs are of 4 years duration, except in Ontario,where there is three-year Bachelor degrees and three-year Master’s degrees. In the other parts of Canada, post-graduate programs (Master’s) are of two years duration.

The Canadian government offers are subsidies towards the sector, right from Kindergarten to post-secondary education.  Almost six percent of the country’s GDP is spent on education on an average.  Thus, education standards in the country have been consistently high.

Canada is at the international forefront of computer and information technology, particularly in telecommunications, medical devices, aerospace engineering, lasers, biotechnology, ocean and environmental, and several others.

Primarily, there are three kinds of institutes:

Public Universities:

 These are run by the federal or provincial governments, and are basically funded by them, apart from accepting tuition fees from students.

Private Universities: 

Canada has a multitude of private universities funded by tuition fees, faculty research grants, and alumni donations.

Liberal Arts Institutions:

 These are colleges who primarily focus on undergraduate study in the field of liberal arts. They aim at the development of general intellectual capacities instead of vocational, technical or professional studies. They may be public or private.

McGill University
University of British Columbia
University of Alberta
Université de Montréal
McMaster University
University of Waterloo 
Western University
University of Calgary 
Queen’s University
Dalhousie University
University of Ottawa
Simon Fraser University
University of Victoria
Laval University
University of Saskatchewan
Concordia University
York University
Université du Québec
University of Guelph
University of Manitoba
Carleton University
Université de Sherbrooke
University of Windsor
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Ryerson University
Advanced Computer Science
Data Science & Analytics
Software Engineering
Cyber Security
Artificial Intelligence & Robotics
Accounting & Finance
Events & Conference Management
Digital Media
Journalism & Media
MBA & Masters in Management
Finance & Investment Banking

Admission requirements vary from one university to another. However, as a general rule, Canadian institutions prefer applicants with very good academic background and decent scores in IELTS for admission.

A four-year Bachelor’s degree is required for admission into M.S/MBA programs, with a minimum of mid-B grades (around 70%).For those with a three-year degree, admission into PG diploma program is possible with a minimum score of around 6.5 in IELTS.

Main intake every year commences in September and ends in May. Some universities that run on the semester system conducts courses even in the Summer, and have intake in January (winter)

Document Check List:

• SSC Certificate
• Inter Certificate
• Degree Certificate
• B Tech Transcripts Individual Consolidated Mark Memo
• PC (Provisional Certificate)
• OD ( Original Degree )
• LOR ( 1-HOD, 2-Asst.Proff)
• SOP (Statement of Purpose)
• Resume/CV
• Experience Letter ( if any)
• IELTS Score Card
• Passport Copy (Front & Back)

English Language proficiency is required. Acceptable tests are IELTS (overall bands 6 -6.5 undergraduate programs; Overall 6.5 and no band less than 6 for Masters/Grad Certificates and higher degrees) and TOEFL (Overall scores of 79 and above)

GRE is required for Master’s level admission, and some universities and programs may need a good score in the Subject Test too.
However, for MBA admission, good score in GMAT is essential

Visitor visas
Student visas
Work visas
Permanent Residence visas
Business Immigrant visas
Express Entry Program visas