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Canada
1:57 am,
Humidity 48 %
Wind Gust: 44 mph

National Language

English, French

Capital

Ottawa

Currency

Canadian Dollar

Official Name

Canada

Population

3.87 crores (2023)

Overview

Studying in Canada is booming among Indian students, owing to its renowned academic excellence and global prestige. The country has become a magnet for international students worldwide due to its world-class higher education system, streamlined visa process, and promising career prospects. Canadian universities and colleges consistently rank among the world’s best, with three institutions currently holding positions in the top 50 globally.

Canada’s appeal to international students is further enhanced by its diverse range of academic programmes, state-of-the-art research facilities, and world-class opportunities in athletics, sports, and recreation. Moreover, the country’s high standard of living, commitment to diversity and inclusivity, peaceful society, and robust job placement opportunities make it an irresistible destination for students from around the globe.

Why Choose Canada for Higher Studies

Work Opportunities during studies and after

  • Students have the flexibility to work part-time, up to 20 hours per week, and during breaks, they can work full-time, up to 40 hours per week.
  • After completing one-year programme, students become eligible for a one-year work permit.
  • If you’re enrolled in a two-year programme, you can obtain an extended stay of up to three years after finishing your studies.

Cost of Living

Cost of Living – CAD 12,000 / per annum

Intakes

Fall, Winter, Summer

work-opportunities

Cost of Study

Level of Study Average Tuition Range (CAD)
Undergraduate 14,000 – 36,123
Graduate 6,210 – 43,990
Thesis/Project-Based Master’s 9,396
PhD 2,500 – 17,000

Cost of Living

Accommodations (without bills)

13,800

Yearly Expenses (estimated in CAD)

1,247

Yearly Expenses (estimated in CAD)

2,000+

Yearly Expenses (estimated in CAD)

2,000

Yearly Expenses (estimated in CAD)

Study Trip

Yearly Expenses (estimated in CAD)

1,250+

Yearly Expenses (estimated in CAD)

Note- The cost of living in the Canada differs depending on where you are.

Application Procedure for Canada

Necessary Application Documents

Eligibility Criteria for Study Abroad in Canada

Undergraduate

Masters

Post Graduate Diploma

Streams Available

MBA

Information Technology

Culinary Arts

Applied Management

Medical Science

Engineering

Business / Accounting / Finance

Hospitality & Tourism Management