Study in Canada – learn more about study options, costs & Scholarships.

Canada is one of the sought after Study abroad destinations among students. There are reasons that students from all over the world aspire to study in Canada

  • Canada’s education is recognised world wide
  • Canada is multicultural and is open to students from all over the world
  • Canada is an excellent place to live and study
  • It has got a very stable and a competitive economy
  • It has got very attractive policies for international students
    Study options in Canada
    Depending on the interest of the students they may choose to Study in Canada in

  • Universities,
  • Colleges,
  • CEGEPs,
  • Vocational schools
  • Private career colleges
    All these providers must have a DLI number designated learning Institute number to enrol international students. If students apply for their Study in Canada Visa with a provider which does not have a DLI number- Designated learning institute number the Canada study visa application will be refused
    University study in Canada
    For students who would like to pursue Masters in Canada, universities maybe the best option for them. The academic credentials and high quality standards of Canadian universities are recognized internationally. Masters studies in Canada fall into below 3 categories

  • Masters degree by coursework
  • Masters degree by research
  • Doctoral degrees
    Undergraduate students also find a range of options to choose from Bachelors degree.
    Colleges and institutes in Canada
    These are best suited for students looking for smaller class size and hands on learning experience. These are excellent choice for students looking for applied education. The colleges work in partnership with local industry and business to ensure that the curriculum of colleges meet the labour market demand. Students may choose from variety of programs like

  • Post-graduate certificates
  • Diplomas
  • Bachelors degrees
    Cost of Study in Canada

    Canada is a very affordable study abroad destination. Its tuition fee and cost of living is very competitive. The tuition fee depends on the course you choose to do diploma, Bachelors degree, Masters and the field of your course

  • For Colleges the average starting range of tuition fee may be from CAD 10,000 and increase depending on the college and the course you wish to pursue average yearly tuition fee
  • For University it may be from $12000 and increase depending on course of study.
  • The cost of living depends on the location you choose to live. Living In a big city may be costly as compared to small cities rental cost being one of the reasons. The cost of living requirement for Canada study visa is CAD 10,000 yearly which is $ 800 monthly.

  • NOTE: To apply for your Canada study visa you are required to have the finances for your duration of your program and your cost of living.
    General Admission requirements for Canada study visa
    For Diplomas and advanced diplomas
    School transcripts for grades 10 and 12

    IELTS 6 or an equivalent score in acceptable test
    For Bachelors degree
    School transcripts for grades 10and 12

    IELTS 6.5 or an equivalent score in acceptable test
    For Masters Degree
    Four years Bachelors degree Work experience may be pre requirement for some courses

    IELTS 7 or an equivalent score in acceptable test
    NOTE: Students need to contact university and college for specific admission requirements for the program they may be interested to do.
    Scholarships available to international students for study in Canada
    Colleges and universities may offer scholarships to their students. To find the suitable scholarships students need to contact the college/ University. The students and postdoctoral award are scholarships available to non Canadians to do study and research in Canada .Certain provinces also offer scholarships to international students to study or to do research work in Canada. For this students need to conduct research about the scholarships in the province they aspire to study their proposed course.  These scholarships may be in the form of

  • Teaching or departmental assistantships
  • Funds for Research
  • University graduate scholarships
  • Scholarships provided by a third party
  • Bursaries