Study in Canada

An Overview

Canada is 2nd Largest country by geographical size and relatively smaller in terms of population. As a former British Colony Canada follow British style of governance, A democratic Parliament and UK monarch is head of state. Depends mostly on the US for trade and Economy, The currency is Canadian Dollars.

Canada Accepted a global diversified culture, both English and French enjoy official status. English and French both are official Languages. Other indigenous peoples make up around 4% of Population. Apart from all these things, it’s one of the richest countries in terms of economy and land is full of opportunities.

Educational Exposure

Canada has consistently managed itself as one of the most attractive educational destinations for international students. Due to its global recognition, affordability, high earnings, and abundance in advance research opportunities its Canadian academic excellence is growing. The rigorous process to sets higher benchmarks in educational sectors recognized all over the world. 13 Canadian universities are in the Top 200 and 3 of them are in top 50 globally.

Work Opportunities

Full-time students if they're registered regular students don’t require any work permit any longer, a legal study permit is automatically translated as a work permit, either on campus or Off campus. 20 Hours Allowed Per week Legally. Throughout educational period Planned breaks allows you to work full time, while no separate document is required? International students can make $29- $30 Per Hours or an average of $57000 annually. (Estimate)

After graduation from the eligible institute, you're required to apply for a post-graduation work permit to continue working.

Following are not eligible for working on or off campus

  • Visitor Students
  • High School students
  • Part-time students
  • Working before official study Period Commenced

Eligibility Criteria

  • Enrollments in Registered programs only.
  • No Objection Certificate from recent Institute.
  • Adequate Financial sustenance.
  • Overseas health insurance and others.
  • A biometric Identification.

Student Visa and Requirements

  • An acceptance letter from University
  • Certified educational documents
  • IELTS/ TOFEL Result Card
  • A GRE/ GMAT score Card (only for Specified Postgraduate programs)
  • Passport & ID card
  • A Visa Application Form

Canada is known as one of the most picturesque nations with cultural diversity, and friendly peoples. Locals are known as tolerant and warm welcoming people towards foreigners and international students. Nearly every 5th student in Canada is an international student. Canadian culture is mixed with French and British traditions with makes them community-oriented peoples. Due to its large size, the land is full of natural wonders, historic towns equipped with advanced technologies. International students can enjoy living with there own communities. Wider choices for Jobs and a large geographical areas makes it’s a land of opportunities.

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