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Study In Canada

Canada is the second-largest country in the world by land area, spanning six time zones. It is located in North America and is bordered by the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic Oceans. Its diverse geography includes vast forests, majestic mountains, expansive prairies, and a multitude of lakes and rivers. The northern part of the country features tundra and permafrost regions.

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Why Immigrants Choose Canada as a Most Favorable Destination:


Overseas Education


Canada is known for its high-quality education system. It has internationally recognized universities and colleges offering a variety of programs. Major cities like Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal are hubs for education and research. International students are also drawn to Canada for its welcoming atmosphere and post-graduation work opportunities.


September, January and May are known as  the main intakes. July and October intakes are limited.

Canada is known for offering a variety of famous courses that attract international students:


Process Flow for Canada Study Visa

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Working Rights

Students can work part time on or off campus from day one.

Students can get the study permits automatically authorized to work on/off-campus for more than 20 hours per week during the academic session and full-time (i.e. 40 hours per week) during scheduled breaks need not  to apply for a separate work permit. The students who get the study permit can pursue an academic, vocational or professional training of six months or more that leads to a degree, diploma or certificate at a Designated Learning Institution.


Post Study Work Permit

All international students who graduate  from a Canadian post-secondary institution are eligible for a Post Study Work Visa to gain valuable Canadian work experience. 

Total Expenses for a year in Canada as a student: 

 In Canada, the expenses for a study visa for a year can vary depending on factors such as tuition fees, living expenses, and other costs. On average, it could range from CAD$20,000 to CAD$40,000 or more per year.

PR Programs 

Canada offers different types of permanent residency (PR) programs, such as:

  1. Express Entry: This system manages applications for three main economic immigration programs: the Federal Skilled Worker Program, the Federal Skilled Trades Program, and the Canadian Experience Class.
  2. Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs): Each province or territory in Canada (except for Quebec) has its own immigration programs that allow them to nominate individuals who want to immigrate to that particular province.
  3. Family Sponsorship: Canadian citizens and permanent residents can sponsor their family members for permanent residency, including spouses, children, parents, and grandparents.
  4. Business Immigration Programs: These programs are designed for individuals with business or managerial experience who want to invest or establish a business in Canada.
  5. Caregivers Program: This program allows individuals who have provided care for children, elderly, or those with medical needs to apply for permanent residency.


Each program has its own eligibility criteria, application process, and requirements. The best option for an individual depends on their qualifications, circumstances, and immigration goals.

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General FAQ

How do I apply for a study permit (student visa) in Canada?

To apply for a study permit, you'll need an acceptance letter from a Canadian Designated Learning Institution (DLI), proof of financial support, and a valid passport. The application is usually submitted online through the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website.

Can I work while studying in Canada on a study permit?

Yes, students in Canada with a valid study permit are often allowed to work part-time during the academic term and full-time during scheduled breaks. There are restrictions on the type of work and the number of hours, so it's important to check the latest regulations.

Are there scholarships available for international students in Canada?

- Yes, Canadian universities and the Canadian government offer scholarships for international students based on academic achievement, research potential, and other criteria. Additionally, there are external scholarship programs.

Can I travel within Canada and to other countries during my studies?

Yes, you can travel within Canada. If you plan to travel to other countries, ensure your study permit and travel documents are in order. Be aware of any travel restrictions or requirements.

What healthcare options are available for international students in Canada?

Most provinces in Canada require international students to have health insurance. Some provinces provide health coverage through provincial health plans, while others require students to purchase private health insurance. Check with your university and the provincial health authority for details.

What are the entry requirements for Canadian universities?

Entry requirements vary by university and program. Typically, you'll need to submit academic transcripts, proof of English or French language proficiency, letters of recommendation, and a statement of purpose. Check the specific requirements of each university and program.

How can I find accommodation as an international student in Canada?

Canadian universities often provide on-campus housing options, and there are also off-campus housing, homestays, and shared housing options. Many universities have housing services to assist international students in finding suitable accommodation.

How do I open a bank account in Canada as an international student?

You can open a bank account in Canada once you arrive. Bring your passport, study permit, and proof of enrollment from your institution. Many banks have specific accounts designed for students.

What transportation options are available for students in Canada?

Public transportation, including buses and trains, is available in most cities. Some students also use bicycles, and car rentals are an option. Many cities offer student discounts on public transportation.

How can I extend my stay in Canada after completing my studies?

Canada offers various post-graduation work permits (PGWP) that allow international students to work in Canada after completing their studies. The eligibility criteria depend on the duration and type of study program.
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