Study in Canada

Why Study in Canada ?

Every year, more than 180,000 students decide to study in Canada. The education in Canada is of the highest quality and competitive for entry requirements as well. The tuition fees to study in Canada are more affordable for Indian students than in other study abroad destinations. According to a UN survey, for the past nine consecutive years, Canada ranked as the best place in the world to live. Students are allowed to work for 20 hours per week without a Work Permit and full-time during vacations. Canada is a pathway to PR which takes up to 15-18 months upon entry into the country. There are many programs that offer paid Co-Op terms. In a Co-op, students get hands-on experience, while working in the industry. Moreover, upon completion of the course, students can work for up to 3 years depending on the length of their study program.

With its highly advanced education sector, diverse culture, and picturesque landscapes, Canada stands out to be a global hub for higher education. Canada is also a peace-loving country that is suitable for international students to feel comfortable and safe. Here is a look at some other benefits of studying in Canada:

  1. Canada is known as one of the most educated countries in the world. The government of Canada spends graciously on education and academics to maintain their standards.
  2. Canada is an immigrant-friendly country that has been hosting around 15 million of them in the last century and a half. It was also the first country to introduce multicultural policy back in the 70s.
  3. The Canadian university charge an affordable fee for international students. Although the fee structure varies based on the program of study you choose, it is cheaper than US and UK universities.
  4. The Canadian government offers various funding and support facilities to international students. Besides, the student visa provides the eligibility to earn while studying in Canada for 20 hours/week.
  5. The job market in Canada is huge and highly competitive. As a graduate of a Canadian university, you will have the opportunity to work and explore different sectors of the country and the world.

Top courses in Canada

Business and Finance

computer science

Computer Science and IT Engineering

Earth Sciences

Renewable Energy


Health and Medicine

Media and Journalism

Total Expense in Canada for International student

Accommodation (halls of residence usually including bills) CAD 8,000 per year
Private Accommodation (bills not included) CAD 12,000 per year
Utility Bills (Electric/ Gas/ water) CAD 40 – 50  per month
Food/ Housekeeping CAD 6,000 per year
Public Transit Pass CAD 40 per month
Mobile Phone CAD 30 per month
Tuition fees CAD 10,000 – 52,000
Leisure/ Sport CAD 80 per month
Books/ Stationery CAD 800
Student fees CAD 400 per year
Travel/ Transport (Based on the monthly cost of a student bus pass) CAD 1,200 per year
Car fuel CAD 200 per month
Health insurance CAD 19,000 per year

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