ABOUT Canada

Canada is a country in North America. Its ten provinces and three territories extend from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean, covering 9.98 million square kilometres (3.85 million square miles), making it the world’s second-largest country by total area. Its southern and western border with the United States, stretching 8,891 kilometres (5,525 mi), is the world’s longest bi-national land border. Canada’s capital is Ottawa, and its three largest metropolitan areas are Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver.



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Ratings based on employment and industry demand. Present political, economic and immigration situations are also considered.

Money Matters

  • Undergraduate – CAD 20,875 onwards
  • Postgraduate – CAD 13,667 onwards
An average monthly living expense is around $1,125 (Excluding Rent). Living expenses cover accommodation, three meals per day, utility bills, and local travel. Though, it varies depending on the city & country you live and your lifestyle.

You can work part-time 20 hrs during their studies and 40 hrs full time during vacations. Average Minimum Wage is 13.725 CAD. You may earn good enough to support your living expenses or may save some money as well.

Career Post Study

The Post-Graduate Work Permit allows international students to stay in Canada and work for up to three years after graduating. After working in Canada for one year, international graduates may be eligible to apply for permanent residency.

International students required documents:

  1. Passport
  2. Academic certificates and Transcripts/Mark-sheet
  3. IELTS/ Doulingo/ PTE/ TOEFL certificates
  4.  CV
  5. Personal statement
  6. Interested Subject and location
  7. Bank Statement of Minimum 4 months; All Canadian Provinces (Except Quebec) $10,000+ remaining tuition of first year, Quebec Province $11,000+ remaining tuition fees of first year)
  8. Reference letter


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Frequently ask questions


May / June – few institutions with limited courses

Admission process is fairly simple. A Student needs to submit application form, relevant fees
and past academic documents along with English proficiency certificate. For a detailed list of
documents please contact our offices. Admission in Canada takes about 3 to 4 weeks. It is
desirable to apply 4-6 months before the start of the program. Whereas the universities admission
process is very complex and the process takes 3-6 months of time.

International Students studying in Canada can work for 20 hrs per week and full time during
Public holidays or Vacations. Dependants (spouse / partner) of student can work full time. Some
Canadian universities and colleges provide Co-op program in which a student can work as part
of the course in their related field and also earn credits for it.
Students are eligible for a Post Study work permit for a period of 3 years if the study program is
for a minimum period of 2 years. Otherwise the work permit is for a period same as the duration
of the course. International students who have graduated from a course in Canada would gain
points under the Skilled Migrant Category and may lead the path for applying for PR.

Processing time for visa is about 1-2 weeks . To get a student visa, you will have to prove that
you have enough finances to pay for living expenses, education costs and travel for your course.
Under the new SPP visa rules students have to pay 1st Semester fee in advance to the Canadian
college. For living expenses the candidate has to show living expenses through Scotia Bank in advance into a specially designated bank account in
your name which will periodically release funds for you when you are in Canada. Under the SPP
route visa success rate is very high with little documentation. For a detailed list of documents
contact any of our offices. Usually there is no visa interview.
In case a student does not opt for SPP program then the usual visa process will apply. In this
complete documentation and financial proof for remaining fee and one year living expenses is

After completing 1 year of open work permit, candidates are eligible to apply for permanent
residency for Canada under various immigration programs.