Study in Canada

The second largest country in the world, Canada is home to 17 World heritage sites and to vibrant and culturally rich cities. The country is famous for its Nigeria Falls, Bnaff National Park with the Rocky mountains and its white and snow capped mountains. Canada encourages multiculturalism through coexistense of different ethnicities and races without pressure of assimilation. Along with these attractions, Canada has maintained its prestige as an attractive education destination. Some of the the reasons are:

Global Recognition and Affordability

Canadian degree-diploma or certificate is globally recognized as being equivalent to those of USA or Commonwealth countries. The quality of education and living standards in Canada are amongst the highest in the world, but the cost of living and tuition fees are considerd to be lower than USA and that of UK. Students can pursue their studies at one of Canada's top universities for roughly half of what it would cost to attend an equally reputable program at a private USA university. Therefore, Canada is often the preferred choice for international students.

Safe and Multicultural Society

As an international student, you will feel great to know that almost all of the world's ethnic group is represented in Canada. The student can get in touch with any number of ethnic clubs and associations during the stay in Canada. In addition to this, Canada gives all the international students the same freedom which protects Canadians-respect for human rights, equality, and a stable and peaceful environment.

Research Opportunities and Other Possibilities

Research is one of the key components of a Canadian post-seondary education. Government and industry both support research including telecommunications, medicine, agriculture, computer technology, and environmental science. With Canadian Universities' sophisticated technological facilities, the student will be offered enormous opportunities to learn and develop skills in using latest technologies as well. Consequently, under the dynamic and hands-on academic environment of Canadian Universities, the student will not only acquire knowledge and skills in analysis and communication, but they will also learn how to express, demonstrate creativity, and enhance self-confidence.

Employment prospects
International students can often work (20 hrs per week) while they study and take advantage of many cooperative education and internship opportunities. Canada provide PGW ( Post Graduation Work) visa to the international students. Some international students with Canadian credentials and Canadian work experience may also apply for permanent residency without having to leave Canada.

Higher Education in Canada
Undergraduate degrees can take either three or four years to complete in Canada, depending on the university. Depending on the type of postgraduate degree, they can last between one and three years to complete. Different types of higher education providers in Canada include:

- Universities (which carry out research and provide both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees),
- Community Colleges and
- Technical, Applied Arts or Applied Science schools (which grant certificates, diplomas, associate’s degrees and bachelor’s degrees).

Top Universities in Canada

1. McGill University
2. University of Toronto
3. University of British Columbia
4. University of Alberta
5. Université de Montréal
6. McMaster University
7. University of Waterloo
8. University of Calgary
9. Western University
10. Queen's University
11. Simon Fraser University
12. Dalhousie University
13. University of Ottawa
14. University of Victoria
15. Laval University
16. York University
17. Concordia University
18. University of Saskatchewan
19. Université du Québec
20. University of Guelph

Courses of Study in Canada

- Administration
- Architecture
- Arts
- Aviation
- Business Studies
- Construction
- Cosmetology
- Design
- Economics
- Education
- Engineering
- Environmental Studies
- Energy
- Fashion
- Food and Beverage Studies
- Humanities
- Journalism and Mass Communication
- Languages
- Law Studies
- Life Sciences
- Management
- Marketing
- Natural Sciences
- Performing Arts
- Social Sciences
- Sustainability
- Sport
- Technology
- Tourism and Hospitalility

Skill Shortages in Canada
- Physicists and astronomers
- Chemists
- Geoscientists and oceanographers
- Meteorologists and climatologists
- Biologists and related scientists
- Forestry professionals
- Engineers
- Landscape architects
- Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries
- Information systems analysts and consultants
- Computer programmers and interactive media developers
- Web designers and developers
- Conservation and fishery officers
- Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses
- Specialist physicians
- Dentists
- Veterinarians
- Optometrists
- Pharmacists
- Dietitians and nutritionists
- Physiotherapists
- Medical laboratory technologists
- University professors and lecturers
- Educational counsellors
- Social workers
- Health policy researchers, consultants and program officers
- Early childhood educators and assistant
- Graphic designers and illustrators
- Interior designers and interior decorators
- Theatre, fashion, exhibit and other creative designers
- Chefs

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Averge Income
In 2016, the average hourly earning across all the employees was $25.46. Details of it are given below:
Average hourly income
Full time employees $26.91
Part time employees $17.93

Education Cost
The tuition fees in Canadian Universities are lower than those from the UK, the USA or Autralia. University tuition fees may vary yearly and depending on the city or degree programme.

Average Tuition Fee
For Bachelors - 6,500 CAD/yr
For Masters and PhD - 7,000 CAD/yr

Expensive programmes
BDS(Dentistry) - 21,000 CAD/yr
LLB(Law) - 11,400 CAD/yr
MBA - 27,500 CAD/yr
ME(Engineering) - 37,000 CAD/yr

Affordable Programmes
Social Science (BA) - 850 CAD/yr
Education (B.Ed) - 2,000 CAD/yr
Masters in Design - 2,000 CAD/yr
Masters in Humanities - 1,800 CAD/yr

Living Expense
Outside Quebec - Minimum of $10,000(USD)/year
In Quebec - Minimum of $11,000(USD)/year

Scholarships in Canada
For scholarship, we recommend to begin apllication procedure at least 12 months prior to the intake. Scholarship deadlines vary amongst institutions.

Major Intakes: September
Minor Intakes: January

Requied Documents

For Acceptance letter
- Academic Documents(SLC,XII and above if required)
- IELTS/TOEFL Score Sheet
- GRE/GMAT for Masters program
- Passport
- Statement of Purpose (SOP)
- Resume/CV
- Recommendation letter from the college/Office
- Bank Balance Certificate/Statement
- Affidavit of support
- Passport

For Visa processing

- Acceptance letter from the college
- Passport
- Passport sized photos (2-recent)
- Bank Loan Disbersement letter
- Bank Statement Letter(no more than past four months)