Canada is your Fantastic Educational Destination!
Want to study in Canada?
You must be really contemplating seriously upon your foreign educational journey. Canada is the haven for students for many reasons. If you are really aspiring to earn a degree that is both commendable and sustainable, you need not have any doubt about the Canadian curriculum. The Universities in Canada offer world-class education encompassing both theoretical and practical benefits (incredible ones that too!) for a thriving career.
Besides a highly commendable academic curriculum, Canada also provides its pupils a wonderful platform for employability. International Canadian students can work for around 20 hours a week. There is a special protocol designed exclusively for the international students that helps them take up a full time employment during vacations i.e., their summer and winter breaks. As a student in Canada you can work on-campus, or even prefer to work off-campus. And you know what? You need not even have a work permit. Your student visa suffices for it.
What are the requirements to study in Canada?
Following are the requirements for studying in Canada:
- A valid passport
- Proof of acceptance from the University
- Proof of funds
- Immigration Medical Examination (IME)
- IELTS score
- Statement of Purpose
- Credit card
Cost of Studying in Canada
Academic Excellence is innate to the Universities in Canada. You must be wondering that if it’s so, the fee must be astronomical. However, it is not at all like that. You will be surprised to know that top quality education is imparted in the educational institutions of Canada for an affordable price. All that you need to pay will be something between CAD 7,000 to 40,000 per annum. This is very less in comparison to other countries like the US and the UK, where the fee could be exorbitantly high. Apart from these, you can also avail scholarships of many kinds that would make your educational journey in Canada a smooth sail.
|S.no.||Study program||Average annual fee|
|1||Undergraduate program||$13,000 to $20,000|
|2||Postgraduate master’s degree||$17,000 to $25,000|
|3||Doctoral degree||$7,000 to $15,000|
|4||MBA||$30,000 to $40,000|
Canada Scholarships for Indian Students
There are many Scholarships (as mentioned above) available for the students aspiring to study in Canada. Some of the prestigious Scholarships that are available to the Indian students are:
- Shastri Indo-Canadian institute (this institution offers fellowships)
- Canadian Scholarship and fellowship plan
- Ontario Graduate Scholarship Program
- National Research Council of Canada (NRCC)
- Quebec Government Provincial Scholarship
- Ontario Trillium Scholarship
- Partnership Grants by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
Top educational courses in Canada:
Students seeking education in the domains of – Artificial Intelligence, Data Analysis, Computer Science, Pharmacy, Business, Nursing and Midwifery, Human Research Management, Architecture and Dental Studies can obtain these scholarships.
Canada attracts the student community for the quality education it imparts for an affordable price. Canadian government is one of the very few countries that invests generously in higher education. It occupies the third position in the world that spends per-capital on post-secondary education.
There are diversified classrooms in Canada that offer value based education. There are
- Universities that offer undergraduate, graduate and research courses.
- University colleges that offer diplomas.
- Community colleges that offer certificate, diploma and associate degree educational programs.
- Technical institutes that impart technological education at various levels such as engineering programs, apprentice programs and polytechnic diplomas with the sole objective of imparting vocational value to the degree or diploma the student earns.
Co-operative education is the USP of the Canadian Education System. Its exquisite nature lies in blending in the theory based education with application (practical work). This is a wonderful opportunity for the international students who would desire for an application-driven educational program that generates a good employment for them. Because these programs are generally work driven (50% of the programs) you must have a work permit.
Educational programs in Canada usually commence in the month of September. The maximum intake of students happens during this time of the year. However, students’ intake happens during the months of January and May too.
Educational Methodology in Canada, as told time and again in this blog, is immensely good. That’s the reason scores of students across the world aspire to enroll in the Canadian Universities. The classrooms in Canada are always teeming with productive activity. Class activities include lectures, tutorials and lab sessions.
The strength in a typical Canadian classroom is around 300 students. Lectures are for a larger group of students, whereas tutorials are for smaller groups that need a thorough understanding of the concept. Canadian Universities and learning centers do not just focus on education. Their impetus is on making a student learn for a career and a peaceful life.
Universities in Canada have a plausible reputation for high graduate employability rate. Some of the best Canadian Universities are:
- University of Toronto
- University of British Columbia
- McGill University
- University of Montreal
- University of Alberta
By now you must have deeply fallen in love with the Canadian Educational Environment. There are some more things about Canada that would make you experience a deeper love with it. Canada is the most secular nation in the world having ethnically and linguistically diverse populations. The peoples of Canada live in harmony. You must be surprised to know that almost half of the Canadian population doesn’t speak English.
The Canadian Universities see an inflow of more than 12,000 international students every year. Not just inside these Universities but also Canadian societies are multiethnic and multicultural. It means anywhere in Canada, at any given time you will find yourself surrounded by people from different nationalities. This kind of congenial environment sprinkled all over Canada makes it the most beautiful nation in the world.
Many considerations hit the mind when you decide to migrate to any other country for educational purposes. The first thing that might make you feel a little diffident is the crime rate. Believe, Canada has the least Crime rate in the country. The country tops the list of countries that aim towards progress and social development.
Many study programs taught in the universities of Canada are research oriented. The Educational System there lays impetus on research-based programs. Grants are released for committed students who would like to research in domains that might reap social benefits. Students are allowed to work on intriguing projects to help them chisel their critical thinking skills. The research projects include burning topics like effective and sustained treatment for HIV/AIDS, invention of Cancer detecting devices etc.
We Are Partnered With 100+ Universities/Colleges
We work closely with Canadian Universities to give you the best range of choices
|1||University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario||www.uwaterloo.ca|
|2||University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, (Only UG)||www.usask.ca|
|3||University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia (Only UG)||www.uvic.ca|
|4||Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec (Continuing Studies Only)||www.concordia.ca|
|5||University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario (Only UG)||www.uoguelph.ca|
|6||Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia (M.Engg in Internetworking and all Under Graduate courses)||www.dal.ca|
|7||University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba (Only UG)||www.umanitoba.ca|
|8||Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador||www.mun.ca|
|9||University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario (Only UG)||www.uwindsor.ca|
|10||University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick||www.unb.ca|
|11||University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan||www.uregina.ca|
|12||Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario||www.brocku.ca|
|13||Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario (Only UG and Pre MBA)||www.wlu.ca|
|14||Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario||www.lakeheadu.ca|
|15||University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Manitoba||www.uwinnipeg.ca|
|16||University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island||www.upei.ca|
|17||Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia (Only UG)||www.acadiau.ca|
|18||University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, British Columbia||www.unbc.ca|
|19||Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, British Columbia||www.tru.ca|
|20||Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, Nova Scotia||www.msvu.ca/en/home/default.aspx|
|21||Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario||www.trentu.ca|
|22||Trinity Western University, Langley, British Columbia||www.twu.ca|
|23||Royal Roads University, Victoria, British Columbia||www.royalroads.ca|
|24||Fairleigh Dickinson University, Vancouver, British Columbia||www.fdu.edu/vancouver|
|25||Simon Fraser University through Fraser International College, Burnaby, British Columbia (Only UG)||www.sfu.ca|
|26||University of Manitoba through International College of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba (Only UG)||www.umanitoba.ca|
|27||Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo, British Columbia||www.viu.ca|
|28||St. Thomas University, Frederiction, New Brunswick||www.stu.ca|
|29||University Canada West, Vancouver, British Columbia||www.ucanwest.ca|
|30||New York Institute of Technology, Vancouver, British Columbia||www.nyit.edu/canada|
|31||Adler University, Vancouver, British Columbia||www.adler.edu/page/campuses/vancouver|
|32||Kings University College (University of Western Ontario), London, Ontario||www.kings.uwo.ca|
|33||Cape Breton University, Sydney, Nova Scotia||www.cbu.ca|
|34||Capilano University, North Vancouver, British Columbia||www.capilanou.ca|
|35||Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Surrey, British Columbia||www.kpu.ca|
|36||Algoma University, Marie, Ontario||www.algomau.ca|
|37||University of the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford, British Columbia||www.ufv.ca|
|38||Mount Allison University, Sackville, New Brunswick||www.mta.ca|
|39||MacEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta (Only UG)||www.macewan.ca|
|40||Seneca College, Toronto, Ontario||www.senecac.on.ca|
|41||The Academy of Arts Universitys Programs at Langara College - Vancouver, British Columbia||www.langara.ca|
|42||George Brown College, Toronto, Ontario||www.georgebrown.ca|
|43||Sheridan College, Oakville, Ontario||www.sheridancollege.ca|
|44||Stenberg College, Surrey, British Columbia||www.stenbergcollege.com|
|45||Douglas College, New Westminster, British Columbia||www.douglascollege.ca|
|46||Niagara College, Welland, Ontario||www.niagaracollege.ca|
|47||Fanshawe College, London, Ontario||www.fanshawec.ca|
|48||Durham College, Oshawa, Ontario||www.durhamcollege.ca|
|49||North Island College, Vancouver Island, British Columbia||www.nic.bc.ca|
|50||Georgian College, Barrie, Ontario||www.georgianc.on.ca|
|51||Lakeland College, Vermilion, Alberta||www.lakelandcollege.ca|
|52||Cambrian College, Sudbury, Ontario||www.cambriancollege.ca|
|53||Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology, Winnipeg, Manitoba||www.mitt.ca|
|54||Conestoga College, Kitchener, Ontario||www.conestogac.on.ca|
|55||College of New Caledonia, Prince George, British Columbia||www.cnc.bc.ca|
|56||Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan||www.saskpolytech.ca|
|57||LaSalle College, Montreal and Vancouver||www.lasallecollegevancouver.com|
|58||Brescia University College, London, Ontario||brescia.uwo.ca|
|59||College of the Rockies, Cranbrook, British Columbia||www.cotr.bc.ca|
|60||Northern Lights College, Dawson Creek, British Columbia||www.nlc.bc.ca|
|61||Northern College, Timmins, Ontario||www.northernc.on.ca|
|62||St. Lawrence College, Brockville, Ontario||www.stlawrencecollege.ca|
|63||Confederation College, Thunder Bay, Ontario||www.confederationc.on.ca|
|64||Lambton College, Sarnia, Ontario||www.lambtoncollege.ca|
|65||St. Clair College, Windsor, Ontario||www.stclaircollege.ca|
|66||Selkirk College, Castlegar, British Columbia||www.selkirk.ca|
|67||Parkland College, Yorkton, Saskatchewan||www.parklandcollege.sk.ca|
|68||Assiniboine Community College, Brandon, Manitoba||www.assiniboine.net|
|69||Canadore College, North Bay, Ontario||www.canadorecollege.ca|
|70||Canadian College, Vancouver, British Columbia||www.canadiancollege.com|
|71||Acsenda School of Management, Vancouver, British Columbia||www.acsenda.com|
|72||Arbutus College of Communication Arts Business & Technology Inc. Vancouver, British Columbia||www.arbutuscollege.com|
|73||Le Cordon Bleu, Ottawa, Ontario||www.lcbottawa.com|
|74||Alexander College, Vancouver, British Columbia||www.alexandercollege.ca|
|75||Brighton College, Burnaby, British Columbia||www.brightoncollege.com|
|76||Vancouver Film School, Vancouver, British Columbia||www.vfs.edu|
|77||Northern College at Pures-Toronto, Toronto, Ontario||www.northernc.on.ca/pure/|
|78||Cégep de la Gaspésie et des Iles, Gaspé, Quebec||www.cegepgim.ca/montreal/|
|79||Alexander Academy, Vancouver, British Columbia||www.alexanderacademy.ca|
|80||British Columbia Institute of Technology, Burnaby, British Columbia||www.bcit.ca|
|81||Vancouver Community College, Vancouver, British Columbia||www.vcc.ca|
|82||Medicine Hat College, Medicine Hat, Alberta||www.mhc.ab.ca|
|83||Yorkville University, Toronto and Vancouver||www.yorkvilleu.ca|
|84||Toronto Film School, Toronto, Ontario||www.torontofilmschool.ca|
|85||Yukon College, Whitehorse, Yukon||www.yukoncollege.yk.ca|
|86||Oulton College, Moncton, New Brunswick||www.oultoncollege.com|
|87||Ridley College, St. Catharines, Ontario||www.ridleycollege.com|
|88||Coquitlam College, Coquitlam, British Columbia||www.coquitlam.ca|
|89||Bishop College School, Sherbrooke, Quebec||www.bishopscollegeschool.com/page|
|90||Queen's College of Business, Technology and Public Safety, Mississauga, Ontario||www.queenscollege.ca|
|91||Evergreen College, Toronto, Ontario||evergreencollege.ca|
|92||Academy of Learning- Career College, Richmond Hill, Ontario||www.academyoflearning.com|
|93||Canada College, Montreal, Quebec||collegecanada.com|
|94||Matrix College of Management Technology and Healthcare Inc, Montreal, Quebec||www.matrixcollege.ca|
|95||CDE College, Sherbrooke, Quebec||www.cde-college.com|
|96||ISI, L'institut Supérieur d'Informatique, Montreal, Québec||www.isi-international.com|
|97||Pacific Link College, Surrey, British Columbia||www.plvan.com|
|98||Vancouver Institute of Media Arts (VanArts), Vancouver, British Columbia||www.vanarts.com|
|99||College Universel, Gatineau, Quebec||www.collegeuniversel.ca/en/|
|100||Focus College, Kelowna, British Columbia||www.focuscollege.com|
|101||Aviron Technical Institute, Mount Royal, Quebec||www.avirontech.com|
|102||Great Plains College, Swift Current, Saskatchewan||www.greatplainscollege.ca|
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