Canada is a country in North America. Its ten provinces and three territories extend from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean and northward into the Arctic Ocean, covering over 9.98 million square kilometres, making it the world’s second-largest country by total area.

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  • Scholarship Available
  • IELTS band 6-6.5 required | PTE
  • Accepted in all Universities
  • Availability of Pathway Programs for International Students
  • Major Intakes: Sept, Jan, May.
  • Post Study Work Visa upto 4 years > PR Available
  • No Visa Interview
  • Easy Visa Process
  • No Application Fees in Majority of Universities


  • World Recognition

  • Welcoming Environment

  • A Safe Place To Study

  • A High Tech Country

  • Affordable tuition fee and living costs
  • Work during Study

  • Great Employment Opportunity

  • High Research Value

  • High living standards

  • Practical approach

  • Canada is multicultural and a bilingual country.


  • Once student completes 2 years of his studies, he/she is eligible for upto 3 years of Open Post Graduation Work Permit.
  • With 3 years of Open Post Graduate work permit he has to do a field work with ref of his study.
  • As of now 7 PNPs (Provincial Nominee Programs) are going on in Canada apart from its main ‘Federal Program’. These 7 PNPs are of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Quebec, B.C., Nova Scotia & New Brunswick.

Entry Requirement

  • For 12th Standard Students, 10+3 diploma even Graduate students could apply
  • Eligibility: IELTS 6.0 / 6.0, Academic 55-60%
  • Specially designed for 12th Standard Students, 10+3 diploma
  • Eligibility: IELTS 6.0 / 6.0, Academic 55-60%, Co-op possibilities, extra 2 semester & difference in the syllabus
  • For 12th Students 4 years of study in University
  • Eligibility: IELTS 6.5 / 6.0, Academic 55-60%
  • For 12 + 4 Majority University
  • Eligibility: IELTS 6.5 / 6.0, Academic 60%
  • For 12 + 4 Majority University
  • Eligibility: IELTS 6.5 / 6.0, Academic 60%

Minimum Wage per hour is $15.00 During Study

  • Student studying in college is legally allowed to work 4 hours daily that means 20 hrs a week (5 days a week)
  • 4hrs a day / 20hrs a week ($15 per hour) 2. 4 months of Vacation
  • 8hrs a day / 40hrs a week
  • Even students could work on Sat & Sun too. Lets say students work on Sat & Sun we have on an average 52 sat & sun in a year & 8hrs of job in a day
  • 1st Criteria: For Diploma, Adv Diploma & Bachelor – IELTS score should be 6.5 overall & not less than 6.0
    For PG/Graduate Diploma & Masters – IELTS score should be 6.5 overall & not less than 6.0. If student doesn’t meet the criteria of IELTS then need to process Non SDS
  • 2nd Criteria: GIC 10,000 CAD
  • 3rd Criteria: Advance payment of 1st year of fees before visa process


If a student is applying under Non SDS, it is advisable to show extra funds of around Rs 15 – 20 Lakhs.

The expenses incurred for studying in Canada can comprise of tuition fees, living costs, insurance, etc. The universities set their own fees depending on the location, citizenship and level of study.

The preparation to study in Canada for Indian students should begin 1 year in advance. The major intake for Canada primarily is ‘Fall’, September. The other intake is in the month of January i.e ‘Winter’, but it depends on the student’s program and the institution that he/she is applying to. Very few institutes might have the May intake as well.

The average cost of living in Canada varies from approx CA$8,000 – 10,000 per year. Need to process 10,000 CAD of GIC in Advance.


$ 13,000 - $ 16,000/Yr
₹ 7,41,000 - ₹ 10,26,000
$ 13,000 - $ 18,000/Yr
₹ 7,41,000 - ₹ 10,26,000
$ 17,000 - $ 25,000/Yr
₹ 9,69,000 - ₹ 14,25,000

How to Apply?

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