Why Canada

It comprises ten provinces and three territories, stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean.


Reasons to Study in Canada and Future Opportunities:

High-Quality Education:
Canadian degrees, diplomas, and certificates are internationally recognized. Canadian universities consistently rank in global education rankings
Diverse and Inclusive Society:
Canada’s multicultural society welcomes students from abroad, offering a safe and inclusive environment.
Research Opportunities:
Known for its research-intensive universities, Canada offers students the opportunity to engage in innovative and groundbreaking research projects.
Work While You Study:
Canada’s study permit allows students to work up to 20 hours per week during academic sessions and full-time during scheduled breaks.
Pathway to Immigration:
Canada provides various pathways for students to obtain permanent residency and eventually citizenship, recognizing the value international students bring to the country.

Process Flow and Timeline for University Enrollment and Obtaining a Student Visa:

1. Research and Apply to Universities (12-18 months before the course start date):
• Select programs and institutions.
• Meet application deadlines.
2. Acceptance and Obtain a Study Permit (Upon acceptance):
• Receive an acceptance letter from a Designated Learning Institution (DLI).
• Apply for a Canadian study permit, providing the acceptance letter, proof of financial support, and other required documents.
3. Apply for a Study Permit (At least 4-6 months before start date):
• Submit the study permit application online or at a visa application center.
4. Biometrics and Interview (If required):
• Provide biometrics at a local visa application center.
• Attend an interview if requested.
5. Study Permit Decision:
• Wait for the processing of your study permit application. Processing times vary.
6. Prepare for Departure (After permit approval):
• Arrange for travel and accommodation in Canada.

Average Cost of Education in Canada:

Tuition Fees:
• Undergraduate: CAD 12,000 – CAD 25,000 per year
• Postgraduate: CAD 12,000 – CAD 22,000 per year
• Living Expenses: Approximately CAD 10,000 – CAD 15,000 per year, varying by city and lifestyle.
• Total Average Cost: Between CAD 22,000 and CAD 40,000 per year.

Converting Study Permit to Work Permit Post-Graduation:

Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP):
Allows students who have completed their studies to obtain an open work permit and gain valuable Canadian work experience.

Pathway from Work Permit to Citizenship:

1. Canadian Experience Class (CEC):
Part of the Express Entry system, the CEC is designed for those with skilled work experience in Canada, including experience gained through the PGWPP.
2. Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs):
Each province has its programs for nominating individuals for permanent residency, often prioritizing graduates from their universities.
3. Permanent Residency:
After obtaining work experience, apply for permanent residency through the appropriate immigration program.
4. Citizenship:
Permanent residents can apply for Canadian citizenship after living in Canada for at least 3 out of the last 5 years, among other requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions

    • To apply for an Undergrad Degree:
      • Intermediate (Complete 2 Years) with at least 60% or higher.
      • O level with no grades less than C.
      • AS level with no grades less than C.


    • To apply for a Post grad Degree:
      • Equivalent or More than 3.0 GPA or 70%.
      • Minimum 15 years of total academic qualification.


    • English Language Requirements: (IELTS is mandatory for all programs)
      • For postgraduate degree programs6.5 bands (with no band less than 6.0)
      • For undergraduate degree programs 6 bands (with no band less than 5.5)or
      • Minimum B in O level English for some Bachelors Program.
  • Undergraduate Degree 4 years
  • Master 5 to 2 years
  • For Post grads: Jan & September.
  • For Undergrad: Jan, May & September.


    •  Admission:
    • Undergrad or Diploma programs: 3 months
    • Master’s program: 3 months


  • Visa:
    • Visa submission: 2 weeks
    • Visa Process: 3 months
  • Students are permitted to officially work on and off campus for 20 hours a week (approx 4 hours per day). They can also work full time during the summer and winter holidays (4months).
  • Fresh graduates are allowed to work for the length of the program, up to a maximum of 03 years.

One year of work experience will lead you to Canadian immigration.

  • Undergraduate Degree Programs: CAD $ 18,000 – 24,000 per year (approx.)
  • Master Programs: CAD $ 19,000 – 22,000 per year (approx.)
    • The average living cost is CAD $ 10,000 (approx.) per year.