Canada is a country in the northern part of 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 kilometers making it the world's second-largest country by total area.

Major Intakes

  • Major intake – January
  • Other Intakes – September, May / June – few institutions with limited courses

Living Costs

CAD 10,000 pa (as per Canadian High Commission)

Tuition Fee

  • CAD $10,000 to 14,000 PA Community colleges
  • CAD $10,000 to 22,000 PA for universities
  • Capital: Ottawa
  • Stay back: Up to 3 years
  • Part-time work: 20 hours/week
  • Living Expense: Approx. $10200/Year
  • Official Currency: Canadian dollar $
  • Official Language: English & French
  • affordable education
  • Education in Canada is under the complete jurisdiction of the provinces and territories (States) and as such, there is no Federal(Central) education system in Canada
  • Multicultural Environment
  • Possibility of immigration
  • Healthy and safe communities
  • Quality and internationally recognized degrees
  • Research opportunities
  • Live and Work anywhere in Canada.
  • Become a Canadian Citizen after living in Canada for three years.
  • Purchase/ Sell property in Canada.
  • Own and Operate a Business in Canada.
  • No Visa required by Canadian citizens/ PR holders to visit the USA.
  • Entitled to all benefits from Social Programs in effect in the Province of residence of Immigrant like free medical, free education, children allowances, mother’s allowances unemployment insurance, etc.
  • Many Indian students are opting to Education in Canada on account of the attractive benefits
  • Canada is an attractive world hub for education
  • Canada is one of the most popular destinations for students from all over the world. By studying in Canada, a student automatically becomes a part of a global alumni network that he can tap into at any stage of his career in the future
  • Canadian Universities are globally recognized
  • Canada has globally recognized universities that are recognized and respected worldwide for the quality of their output. Students who study in Canada can leverage the benefit of studying in globally recognized educational institutions when they are looking for job opportunities
  • Cost of education is low when compared to other countries
  • The cost of tuition fees, as well as the overall cost of living expenses accrued while pursuing a course at a university in Canada, is cheaper when compared to some of the other hot destinations for abroad education such as the UK and the USA
  • Job opportunities after study are greater
  • Canada is a booming economy that is currently facing a demographic gap in the number of people of employable age. A huge number of job opportunities are available for graduates and preference is first given to students who graduate from Canadian universities. Moreover, students can also earn money while studying by working part-time
  • Fast track to citizenship process
  • Students who study in Canada can get additional points under the Express Entry system and thereby increase the chances of getting an ITA for Canadian PR.
  • Student partnership programs
  • Canada has a unique partnership program with India, which increases the opportunity for Indian students to be admitted to the best Canadian universities

The admission process is fairly simple. A student needs to submit an application form, relevant fees, and past academic documents along with an 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 university admission process is very complex and the process takes 3-6 months.

Processing time for a 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 GIC (Guaranteed Investment Certificate) from 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, the 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 the SPP program then the usual visa process will apply. In this complete documentation and financial proof for the remaining fee and one-year living expenses is required.

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

  • Skilled Workers and Professionals
  • Business Class – Entrepreneurs, Self-Employed, and Investors
  • Sponsor your Family
  • Provincial Nominees
  • Work Temporarily in Canada
  • Student Visa
  • Quebec Selected Skilled Workers

Canada is generally at the top of the list of countries people select for migration. Diverse people with great geographical features, plenty of utilizable resources, various career opportunities are the main attraction of Canada. The safety and the sense of being secure are what draw people to stay in Canada and the state government itself ensures a high level of safety. Canadian social help system is also very renowned & organizes various courses for people who have lost their job and want to start afresh in a new field. The social system assists in job placements.

Canada is an economically stable country and the wealth flow ensures that the people can get good remuneration for their job and this is very rewarding as a stable income allows people to enjoy a happy life. It is overall a quiet and safe place to settle in and the process of immigration is not as complex as in other countries. The Canadian authorities evaluate the potential immigrants wanting to settle for jobs based on educational qualification, age, financial stability, work experience, and compatibility in language.

1st Jan 2015, the CIC launched the Express Entry System a point-based system for migration to Canada, for more information gets in touch with us.

International Students studying in Canada can work for 20 hrs per week and full time during Public holidays or Vacations. Dependants (spouse/partner) of students can work full time. Some Canadian universities and colleges provide Co-op programs 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 3 years if the study program is for a minimum period of 2 years. Otherwise, the work permit is for a period the 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.