Study in Canada


Study in Canada

Quality education system, multiculturalism, low living costs, and ample employment opportunities make Canada a top choice for every youth seeking to study abroad. Acquiring a Canada student visa is the foremost step to set your way to study in Canada and while other countries and universities still find it difficult to bring international students, Canada is one of those destination which is most demanding as well as flexible with their policies.Keeping Covid situation in mind, they have continued giving the flexibility of studying from home which will help many international students to curb their expenses and still avail the benefit of gaining international experience after their studies. 

Why Study in Canada?

Quality Education: Canada is recognized worldwide for its outstanding quality of education as of the USA and UK universities —from elementary school to post-secondary studies. Our educators are highly trained and bring diverse perspectives to the classroom.Being a neighbour of the USA, it has the same value and accreditation and its degree is accepted all over the world.

Affordable tuition Fees: Its fees structure is pretty reasonable compared to most of the universities in the USA and UK without compromising on the quality part. The annual fees may vary from the programs and universities you chose, anywhere between an average of $29,714 for undergraduates to CAD 17,744 for postgraduates.  

Part Time work Opportunity: While you are studying, you are also eligible to work part time and full time during their breaks when they are in Canada on a valid study visa. Part time, as defined, is up to 20 hours per week and full time is defined as up to 40 hours per week. The average student salary in Canada is $35,217 per year or $18.06 per hour. Entry-level positions start at $28,958 per year, while most experienced workers make up to $56,539 per year.

Low Cost of living: Canada has much lower cost of living compared to its neighboring country (the USA).You will pay $15 Cdn for a typical restaurant meal, $6 Cdn for a domestic bottle of beer, and $2 Cdn for milk or bread. Monthly transport passes are priced at approximately $90 Cdn, and the average cost of basic utilities is $150 Cdn per month. Apartment costs vary wildly between regions, costing between $400-$1500 Cdn per month.

Post study work Permit: The post-graduation work permit allows students who have graduated from a participating Canadian post-secondary institution to gain valuable Canadian work experience. Note: Work obtained through the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program may help support your application to become a permanent resident of Canada.

Permanent residency and Citizenship after studies: Many of Canada’s permanent residency immigration programs privilege applicants who have a connection to Canada, either with ties to a specific province, Canadian work experience, or a Canadian educational credential. Canadian international students benefit from some or all of these advantages if they choose to pursue immigrating to Canada permanently.One of the best ways to get permanent residency after a 1-year study program is to apply for the Post Graduate Work Permit after completing your study program. This will not only help you to gain valuable Canadian work experience but also it will help to improve your Express Entry profile in terms of the CRS score.

High quality life: Canada ranks No. 1 in quality of life and social purpose. It is also perceived as having a good job market, caring about human rights and is committed to social justice.The average Canadian life expectancy is 80 years for men and 84 years for women. The leading cause of death for both sexes is cancer, followed by heart disease, which together represent about half of all natural deaths in Canada. The equal rights of women and children are protected in law.

Multicultural and Friendly destination: Canadian society is multicultural and maintains a friendly and welcoming attitude towards immigrants. Canada officially follows a policy to promote multiculturalism. Canadian society is widely known as a cultural mosaic, where communities belonging to different cultures coexist peacefully. Canada also has one of the highest per-capita rates of immigration among the developed nations. Because of this cultural inclusiveness, Canada is often considered the best place for new immigrants.The support it offers to the LGBTQ community is well known. Canada legalized same-sex marriage in 2005, the fourth nation in the world to do so and the first one outside of Europe. Almost 74 % of the population support same-sex marriage, according to a 2017 poll. The month of June was officially declared as the Pride Month in the country in 2015. 


Study in Canada requirements

An individual can study in Canada only if:

1. Provide documentation proof of having enough money to pay for tuition fees, living expenses, transportation fees, and other costs.

2. Follow all the rules and regulations of the government and the candidate should not have any criminal record.

3. Should be in good health and needs to submit medical proofs.

4. Need to prove that you will leave Canada once your study is over.


IELTS requirement

While talking about the IELTS requirements which differ from one university to university along with the courses/ degree one is applying for, it is often a total score of 6.5 and a minimum of 6 per section.

As per QS Global Top 2020, IELTS minimum requirements of the universities are as follow:



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  • Canadian Experience Class

  • Federal Skilled Worker Program

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  • Post-Graduation Work Permits