Study in Canada

Study in Canada

Over 200,000 students have chosen to study in Canada over the years. Canada is known for its high-quality education and stringent admissions criteria. A Canadian diploma or degree is respected all around the world. Students from India who choose to study in Canada will pay lesser tuition rates than students from other study abroad countries. A UN assessment has declared Canada to be the best place to live in the world for the previous nine years. For Indian students, studying in Canada is also considered as a gateway to permanent residency, which can take up to 15-18 months from within the nation.

Certification Types

A certificate is a qualification earned after successfully completing a programme, which is usually a year-long course.
A diploma is a certificate that is awarded after one or two years of successful study.
The Advanced Diploma is a three-year programme that can lead to a Bachelor’s Degree in some cases.
After four years of full-time study, universities/university colleges/community colleges award bachelor’s degrees, which lead to graduate studies.
A Master’s Degree is earned after completing Post Graduate Diplomas/Certificates.These programmes feature full-time work terms that allow students to obtain practical experience while studying theoretically, which is a big draw for students from India who choose to study in Canada. Bachelor’s degrees of a three- or four-year duration are required to participate in these programmes.
A Master’s Degree is an option for Bachelor’s Degree graduates who wish to pursue further education and research, as well as those who want to enhance their job opportunities by pursuing a postgraduate degree in Canada. It lasts two years and can be completed after completing a four-year bachelor’s degree or a three-year bachelor’s degree plus a one-year post-graduate certificate.
A doctorate, sometimes known as a PhD, is a higher-level degree that takes four to seven years to accomplish.

Public Colleges and Universities
The financial support provided by public taxation goes to state-affiliated institutions, many of which are rather substantial. All levels of degrees in many disciplines of study are available. Residents of the states where public colleges and universities are located can afford them with ease. The tuition for out-of-state students is higher because they live outside of the state.

Private Colleges and Universities
Private institutions are independent of the government. These colleges have higher tuition prices, but both international and domestic students are required to pay the same amount.

Technical Institutes
These are engineering and science-focused institutions well-known for their scholarly pursuits and high-quality graduate programmes. The majority of international students that attend these universities are post-graduates. 

Colleges and Universities
Community colleges, also referred to as county colleges or city colleges, offer postsecondary education at the undergraduate and graduate levels, awarding certificates, diplomas, and an Associate’s degree.

There are a few scholarships available for studying in Canada, but they seldom cover the entire cost of a programme and are difficult to come by. Scholarships are provided at several colleges for international students who have excelled in their studies. The amount given varies per institution and usually only covers a portion of a student’s tuition and living expenses. Scholarships are extremely competitive, and applications must be sent directly to each university along with the admissions application.

Types of Scholarship:

Sports Scholarship
Students with a resumé that demonstrates national/state/district level experience in a variety of sports are frequently encouraged by universities and institutions. With the growing popularity of extracurricular activities, sports are becoming a more important consideration in the admissions process for students from India who wish to study in Canada.

Scholarships for ethnic minorities
Individuals of a specific race/ethnicity are frequently awarded scholarships in certain instances if colleges are provided with sufficient legitimate information. 

Scholarships awarded on the basis of merit
Scholarships are divided into two categories: those awarded by universities and those awarded by other organisations. Merit-based scholarships are often awarded for excellent academic performance, although some merit scholarships are awarded for particular talents, leadership potential, or other personal qualities.



Most of the universities in the Canada accept IELTS  score along with equivalent TOEFL/ PTE score.

If you’re coming to the Canada on a student visa and want to work to support yourself while you study, you should be aware that your student visa limits enables you to work for a certain number of hours. You must adhere to the maximum weekly work hours as a student visa holder during term time. You are only allowed to work up to 20 hours per week during term time and can work full time in summer break or after completion of your studies.

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