Benefits of Canadian Education.
- World-class Universities and Colleges
- Lower Tuition Fees
- Work while you Study
- Post-graduate Work Permit
- A pathway to Canadian Permanent Residence
- Canadians give great importance to learning and have developed a first-rate education system
- Canada spends more on education and It ranks second highest among G-8 countries.
- Canada offers a wide choice of over 90 universities and 150 colleges and technical institutes, featuring every imaginable program.
- Most of the universities and college programs incorporate a cooperative work program, giving the students an opportunity to work in their related fields and earn credits for the same.
- Students have authorization for working twenty hours per week, off-campus* when classes are in session, and full time during scheduled breaks/vacation.
- Provide Academic IELTS results with an overall 6.0 as well as a 6.0 for all sub-bands, listening, and reading, writing, and speaking.
- (For all PG programs at College we will continue to seek an overall of 6.5 with no band less than 6.0)
- Provide a Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) of $10,000 as proof of ability to self-support.
- Provide proof of tuition payment for the first year
Canadian universities/colleges have 3 intakes:
The tuition fee differs from one university to another and also varies widely across courses. It can be as low as CAN$ 12,000 to as high as CAN$ 20,000 per annum. Visit the institutions’ websites for exact fee structures.
The approximate annual living expenses are around CAN$ 10,000, per annum. Which includes food, accommodation, transportation as well as other daily expenses. However, expenses may vary depending on lifestyle.
STEPS/PROCESS FOR STUDENT VISA
- Attend A Counselling Session
- Documents Gathering
- Apply For Admission
- Issuance Of “Letter Of Acceptance”
- Pay Tuition Fees And GIC
- Pre-Application Medical Examination – SPP
- Pay Visa Fee And Submit An Application For A Study Permit
- Visa Outcome
- Fly To Canada