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Why you should study in Canada:

  • Top-tier education: Canada has a reputation for its high-quality education system. Its universities and colleges are consistently ranked among the best in the world.

  • Diverse cultural experience: Canada is a multicultural country, with people from all over the world calling it home. This means that you will have the opportunity to learn about different cultures and perspectives while you study here.

  • Work opportunities: International students in Canada are allowed to work part-time while they study, and they can also apply for a post-study work permit after graduation. This gives you the opportunity to gain valuable work experience and make connections in your field.

  • Safe surroundings: Canada is a safe country with a low crime rate. This means that you can feel safe living and studying here.

  • Access to cutting-edge research facilities: Canada is home to some of the world's leading research universities and hospitals. This means that you will have access to the latest research facilities and technologies while you study here.

  • Vibrant, inclusive environment: Canada is a welcoming and inclusive country. You will find a vibrant and diverse community of students and scholars here.

  • Opportunity to learn in a nurturing environment: Canadian universities and colleges are committed to providing a nurturing environment for their students. You will have the opportunity to learn and grow in a supportive and challenging environment.

  • Preparation for international careers: A Canadian degree is highly respected around the world. This means that you will be well-prepared for an international career after graduation.

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Study in Canada

Intakes :

  • Major intakes – September, January, May.

There are many other seasonal intakes as well depending on the university/course that you choose.

Language Accepted:-

  • IELTS – minimum 6 (varies by course and institution)

  • PTE – 60+ (varies by course and institution)

  • TOEFL iBT – 80+ (varies by course and institution)

Minimum Academic score: - 50% (varies by course and institution)


  1. Undergraduate Diploma

  2. Advance Diploma

  3. Bachelor Degree

  4. Master Degree

  5. Post Graduate Diploma/Graduate Certificate

Part-time Work Allowance:- 20hrs/week

Cost of Living (Per month):- CAD 1000 – CAD 3000

Popular Programs in Canada:-
  1. Physics

  2. Environmental Science

  3. Information Technology

  4. Business Administration

  5. Chemistry

  6. Health Studies

Advantages of study in Canada:-
  1. Affordable education 

  2. Quality Education

  3. Multicultural Education

  4. High Quality of life

  5. Pathway to Permanent Residency

  6. Opportunity for Spouse and dependents

Affiliated Colleges/Institutes/Universities

  • Acadia University

  • Acsenda School of Management

  • Adler University

  • Alexander College

  • Algonquin College

  • Assiniboine Community College

  • Avalon College

  • Aviron Technical Institute

  • Brighton College

  • British Columbia Institute of Technology

  • Brock University

  • Bow Valley College

  • Cambrian College

  • Cambrian College at Hanson

  • Canada College

  • Canadian College

  • Canadore College

  • Cape Breton University

  • Capilano University

  • CCSQ

  • CDI College

  • Cegep de la Gaspesie et des Iles

  • Cegep Marie Victorin

  • Centennial College

  • College of New Caledonia

  • College of the Rockies

  • College Multihexa

  • College St. Michel

  • College Universel

  • Columbia College

  • Conestoga College

  • Confederation College

  • Crandall University

  • Dalhousie University

  • Douglas College

  • Durham College

  • Evergreen College

  • Fairleigh Dickinson University

  • Fanshawe College

  • Fleming College

  • Focus College

  • George Brown College

  • Georgian College

  • Great Plains College

  • Humber College

  • Kwantlen Polytechnic University

  • Langara College

  • Lakehead University

  • Lakeland College

  • Lambton College

Visa Information

And Many more.........

The Canadian High Commission launched the Student Partners Program (SPP) in May 2009. Under the SPP, international students who apply to study at participating Canadian colleges and universities are required to purchase a Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC). The GIC is a type of insurance that guarantees the student's living expenses for the first year of study in Canada.

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