Why Study in CANADA

Canada has a spectacularly advanced way of living that encompasses scenic beauty as well as
developed cities. Numbeo reports the 2017 cost of living index for Canada is 73 making it more
affordable than USA, UK, Australia, Singapore and New Zealand.

90% of graduates are employed within 6 months of completing education

Canada allows 20 hours of part time work while studying and up to 3 years of post study work permit is granted basis the duration and field of study.

The visa process is completely online with only document submission required at the consulate. Also, for colleges no additional documents for funds availability need to be presented

Students of more than 60 nationalities study in main Canadian cities and they have the lowest crime rates among global metro cities.

• Toronto
• Vancouver
• Edmonton
• Winnipeg
• Medicine Hat
• Calgary

❖ University Canada West
❖ Royal Roads University
❖ Cape Breton University
❖ Capilano University
❖ Fairleigh Dickinson University
❖ Mount Saint Vincent University
❖ Memorial University of Newfoundland(Intensive Bridge Program
❖ Cegep College
❖ College of the Rockies
❖ Lakeland College
❖ Mohawk College
❖ New York Institute of Technology
❖ Selkrik College
❖ Stenberg College
❖ Vancouver Community College
❖ Yukon College
❖ Georgian College
❖ Parkland College
❖ Confederation College
❖ St Lawrence College
❖ Northern Lights College
❖ St Clair College
❖ Mohawk College
❖ Seneca College
❖ Herzing College
❖ Lethbridge College

Major – January, September Minor – April/May

Under Graduate – 3 to 4 years Graduate -2 years

■ Certificate 1 Year
■ Diploma – 2 years
■ Advance Diploma – 3 years (Fast Track 2 years)
■ Bachelors – 4 years
■ PG Diploma 1 year (very few programs are for 2 years)
■ Masters /MBA – 2 years


Admission Requirements

12th55% & above
Study GapsOnly with proper explanations
Work Exp. 

*Low English Proficiency score candidates are encouraged to apply to University Access Program.

12th 55% & above
IELTS 6.5 Bands Overall, 6.0 Individual
GRE Not mandatory but some universities require a score of 290+
Study Gaps Only with proper explanations
Backlogs SPP: 8 Backlogs / Universities: 20 backlogs
Work Exp. Not mandatory/ if working – should provide
* Low English Proficiency score candidates are encouraged to apply to University Access Program.
  • 10th & 12th Marksheet/Certificate/Transcripts
  • UG/PG Marksheet/Certificate/Transcripts (If done)
  • IELTS /TOEFL score card
  • Passport Copy
  • Resume
  • LOR
  • SOP
  • Work Experience Certificate
  • Gap Explanation (If any)


Undergraduate Tuition Fees in Canada Average Tuition Fees : INR 6,67,520 per year.


Undergraduate Tuition Fees in Canada Average Tuition Fees : INR 6,67,520 per year.







International StudentsAmount
MBA programsINR 20,02,560 per year ($39,101) Approx.
Thesis-based Master’s & DoctoralINR 4,46,524 per year ($8,718) Approx.
Course-based Master’sINR 4,94,783 per year ($9,658) Approx.

* Courses like Arts and humanities are generally cheaper while engineering and medicine tend to be more expensive.

Canada has one of the highest standard of living in the world. Living expenses including accommodation in Canada approximately INR 4,76,800-7,15,200 .
Living costs vary greatly based on the type of accommodation, whether you are sharing accommodation with roommates, and your overall standard of living.

$1,255 -$1,505

Accommodation (Single, off-campus, not shared$800 -$1,050$9,600 -$12,600
Cost of Living Total/td> $15,300 -$18,300
Tuition and fees (Thesis student) $8,790 (International student)
Cost of Living Total/td> $25,590 (International student)
Tuition and fees (Thesis student) $8,790 (International student)
TOTAL $25,590 (International student)
Study permit holders in Canada may gain work experience by working off campus while completing their studies. As of June 1, 2014, you may qualify to work off campus without a work permit. If you qualify, your study permit will allow you to: work up to 20 hours per week during regular academic sessions and work full-time during scheduled breaks, such as the winter and summer holidays or spring break. To qualify, you must: > have a valid study permit, > be a full-time student, > be enrolled at a Designated learning institution at the post-secondary level or, in Quebec, a vocational program at the secondary level, and > be studying in an academic, vocational or professional training program that leads to a degree, diploma or certificate that is at least six months in duration

A study permit is not a visa. It does not give you the right to board your flight to Canada. Along with your permit, you will need an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) to fly to Canada.
After the offer letter is received:
> Get medical Done
> Payment of tuition fee has to be made – 1st year fees to the College
> GIC or education loan of $10000 for living expenses
> Fill Visa Form
> Visa Filing (takes usually around 3 weeks)
> Air tickets
> Forex
> Request Pick Up
GIC – Guaranteed Investment Certificate – deposit $10000 in Scotia Bank, or Take an education loan of INR that equals $10000


International Students in the country may work on campus or off campus or else they can opt to work as a co-op student or intern, if they want to earn while they study in order to support their studies.

Work on campus

You may work on campus at the institution where you study without a work permit if

you are a full-time student at:

>    a public post-secondary institution, such as a college or university, or a college d’enseignement general et professionnel (CEGEP) in Quebec or

>    a private post-secondary institution that operates under the same rules and regulations as a public institution, and receives at least 50 per cent of its financing for its overall operations from government grants (currently only private college-level educational institutions in Quebec qualify) or

>    a Canadian private institution authorized by provincial statute to confer degrees and

> you have a valid study permit.