Canada is the world’s second-largest country. There are total 10 province and 3 territories in Canada. Ottawa is the capital of Canada. More than 50 percent of Canada’s land is blanketed with rich forest ranges, accounting for 10 percent of the world’s remaining forests and 20 percent of the world’s remaining wilderness areas. Canada’s population is over 30 million with the vast majority (77%) living in cities and towns. The largest cities in Canada are Vancouver, Victoria, Toronto, Calgary, Halifax, Montreal and Winnipeg. Currency is Canadian dollar. Almost 80% of population lives within the 250km of border with US.
Canada is often associated with cold weather and snow, but in reality, its climate is as diverse as its landscape. Generally, Canadians enjoy four very distinct seasons, particularly in the more populated regions along the US border. Daytime summer temperatures can rise to 35°C and higher, while lows of -25°C are not uncommon in winter.
Canada is one of the most industrialized countries of the world. Further, its economy is highly diversified. Northern Canada is known for gas and oil exploration while Eastern Canada is known for agriculture, forestry and fisheries. The provinces of Ontario and Quebec are known for industries. Canada is a world leader in Aerospace, Pharmaceuticals, Telecommunication and Biotechnology.
Qualifications valued around the World – When a student receives a degree from a Canadian university, it acts as a mark of trust and excellence. Many of Canadian universities rank in the QS World University Rankings and 27 of them in the The World University Rankings.
Affordable Education – Moreover, Canadian tuition fees are some of the lowest in English-speaking countries. Each year hundreds of thousands of international students attend Canadian colleges and universities.
Healthy and Safe Communities– Canada has been consistently ranked as one of the safest nations in the world. In 2018, the Global Peace Index, listed Canada as the sixth peaceful country across the globe. As international student, you’ll enjoy the same rights as any other Canadian.
Possibility of PSW & PR – Canada’s Post Graduation Work Permit Program (PWPP) allows students to stay and work in Canada for up to three years after completion of their graduation. You can gain some international work experience and apply for permanent residency later on. The Post Study Work Visa provides no restrictions on the type of employment and requirement of a job offer.
1 year Study – 1 year of Post Study Work Visa
2 years Study – up to 3 years of Post Study Work Visa
Universities – There are 98 Universities in Canada. University Offer Bachelors, Masters and PhD programs. Masters and PhD Programs are available at Universities only. University of Toronto, McGill University , University of British Columbia, University of Alberta Are some top ranked university that are ranked in Top 100 world Ranking.
Community Colleges – There are total 150 community colleges in Canada. Community colleges Offer UG Diplomas, Bachelor’s Degrees, University Transfer programs and PG Diplomas.
Private Colleges – They offer training in applied technical fields and are known by various other names such as, institutes of technology or science, colleges of applied arts, and so forth.
Arts and Design
Architecture and Construction
Accounting, Finance and Economics
Agriculture and Forestry
Business and Management
Computer and IT
English Language and Linguistics
Health & Humanities
Hospitality & Tourism
Journalism and Mass Communication
Mathematics & Statistics
Social and Behaviour Science
Doctoral / Ph.D.
PG Diploma / Graduate Certificate
60% and above
No band less than 6.0
Not less than 20
No score less than 50
The main Intakes are September, January and May. There are limited intakes in July and October as well.
Estimated cost to be incurred by a student for a year of study in Canada CAD $1 = Rs.60/-
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All international students who have graduated from a Canadian post-secondary institution are eligible for a Post Study Work Visa to gain valuable Canadian work experience. To be eligible for a Post Study Work Visa, international students
• Should have studied full-time for at least eight months preceding the completion of their program and have graduated from a Designated Learning Institution.
• Must have completed and passed the program of study and received written notification that they are eligible to obtain their degree, diploma, or certificate.
• Must apply for a post study work permit within 180 days of receiving written confirmation by way of final mark sheets from their academic institution.
• The Post Study Work Visa provides no restrictions on the type of employment and requirement of a job offer.
• If the program duration is less than 8 months – Students are not eligible for a Post Study Work Visa.
• If the program duration is more than 8 months but less than 2 years Post Study Work Visa will be issued for the same length as the study program. (For example, if student completed a 9-month program, a work permit may be issued for up to 9 months).
• If the program duration is 2 years or more – Post Study Work Visa will be issued for 3 years.
• If a student has completed more than one program, they may be able to get a PSW that combines the length of both the programs. For this, each of the programs they have completed must be – Post Study Work Visa eligible and at least 8 months in length.