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    Study in Canada

    Studying in Canada has always been a larger-than-life aspiration for overseas education seekers. The performance of Canada in offering international education has always been instrumental for international students who foresee a promising career and life in Canada.

    Over the years, hordes of international students have been traveling to Canada to study in sky-scraping Canadian institutions. And, each year, the number of students studying is relatively high than the previous one which proves Canada has always been one of the appropriate countries for quality education.

    Why is Canada showing great importance for overseas education? – Because Canada is the most educated country in the world and the cruciality of education is properly perceived which is why the country caters to delivering globally superlative education. There are equal opportunities for both Canadian nationals and international grads offered by the country.

    The exemplified education system, world-class institutions, closed classrooms, affordable tuition fees and living costs, promising career paths, professional enhancement, etc are some of the reasons why you should consider planning your abroad education in Canada.

    Why study in Canada?

    Studying in Canada has many proven benefits. As an international student, the advantages you get by studying in Canada are,

    • Part-time work permit of up to 40 hrs per week
    • Study in one of the best countries in the world
    • Get conferred with a globally acknowledged degree
    • Mark a higher level of English language proficiency
    • Move in with spouse (dependent) under the open work permit visa
    • Enjoy a never-before student lifestyle in the North
    • Take part in the international workforce
    • Get a post-graduate work permit of up to 3 years
    • Live in a multicultural society

    And the most important benefit is to apply for a Canada PR. Upon studying and working there for a few years, and qualifying the eligibility criteria, you will be invited to apply for a permanent residency.

    Intakes in Canada

    There are 3 intakes in which international students can enroll themselves in Canadian institutions to commence their abroad education. Fall intake, Winter intake and Spring intake.

    Intakes in Canada Time Stamp
    Fall Intake September – January
    Winter Intake January – May
    Summer Intake May – August

    There are various levels of education conferred by Canada

    International students can opt for Canada to undergo different levels of education like,

    Diploma

    Advanced Diploma

    Bachelor’s

    Masters

    Post-baccalaureate
    Diploma

    PG Diploma/ Graduate Certificate

    Diploma

    This is a 2 – year practical program offered in many Canadian institutions. The eligibility to take up a diploma in Canada is,

    • 55 – 60% in Higher Secondary Education
    • An Overall IELTS score of 6.0 with no band less than 6.0

    *Year-end placements are available for those who study a diploma

    Advanced Diploma

    This is again a practical program similar to a diploma but studied for 3 years. The eligibility to take up this program is quite similar to that of a diploma.

    • 55 – 60% in Higher Secondary Education
    • An Overall IELTS score of 6.0 with no band less than 6.0

    Students will get an internship in the final year upon successful completion of the program!

    Bachelor’s

    Bachelor’s degree is an academic program studied for 3 or 4 years. Commonly, a 4-year bachelor’s program is called Honours Bachelor’s. The eligibility for both programs is alike,

    • 60% and above in Higher Secondary Education
    • An Overall IELTS score of 6.5 with no band less than 6.0

    Selective institutions might demand academic scores ranging from 75 to 80%

    PG Diploma / Graduate Certificate

    These are practically trained programs that are commonly chosen after a bachelor’s degree. PG Diploma and Graduate Certificate programs are PG equivalent programs that will contribute to the academic enhancement of the candidate. Taking these programs to require,

    • 55 to 60 aggregate percentage in UG
    • An IELTS score of 6.5 with no band less than 6

    Basically, a First Come First Serve approach is followed by Canadian institutions in offering admissions to these programs. So, if you are planning to take up a PG Diploma / Graduate Certificate, be an early bird!

    Post-Baccalaureate Diploma

    This program will introduce you to an area that is not related to your previous field of education and if you want to choose a different field and further your education, a post-baccalaureate diploma is all you need. This is a UG equivalent program that requires,

    • The aggregate percentage of 55 to 60 in UG
    • An IELTS score of 6.5 with no band less than 6

    Master’s

    Master’s programs are subsequently done after attaining a bachelor’s degree. People with or without work experience can opt for this program. A typical master’s degree caters to the professional and academic enhancement of the candidate. This is an academic program that requires,

    • An Aggregate percentage of 70 and above in the UG
    • An overall IELTS score of 6.5 with no band less than 6.0
    • Some institutions might demand an overall 7.0 with no band less than 6.0 (some institutions might set minimum band score of 6.5 and overall, of 7.0)

    Masters are available only in the universities of Canada and the applicant should be competent enough to grab admission.

    Post Graduate Work Permit

    Every person aspiring for overseas education has a strong desire to work in the country after the completion of their study.

    “Will I get a chance to work?” is all that you wonder while planning your overseas education and Canada says a ‘YES’ for that.

    Canada bestows international students with a Post-Graduate Work Permit option with which foreign students can have the provision to work after completing their studies in Canada.

    The validity of the Post-Graduate Work Permit can vary depending on the duration of the program taken by the candidate. However, a minimum of 1 year and a maximum of 3 years of PGWP can be attained by the students who come to study in Canada.

    Program Duration PGWP validity
    8 month Up to 1 year
    1 year Up to 1 year
    2 years Up to 3 years
    3 years Up to 3 years
    4 years Up to 3 years

    If the minimum validity (1 year) of PGWP is not sufficient for a student, then he or she can work on increasing the PGWP by choosing an add-on program subsequent to the primarily chosen program of study. If the consolidated learning hours of both programs are close to 2 years, then the student can attain a PGWP for up to 3 years respectively in return for both programs.

    Furthermore, according to the latest update, students enrolled in a master’s program lasting two years or less will now have the opportunity to work for three years. This aims to provide students with ample Canadian work experience, thereby enhancing their prospects for permanent residency.

    Why are you still waiting? Talk to our education counselor.

    How to study in Canada? Step-by-Step Process

    Step 1 – Choose your program and be particular about why you chose it. There are plenty of programs that you can take up. However, choose wisely as it will serve the ultimate purpose of your future.
    Step 2 – Choose your institution. Canada is home to numerous institutions that are simply world-class. Shortlist the institution that offers the program you look for.
    Step 3 – Don’t miss out on the admission deadlines. Be clear about when you want to commence your program so that you can choose your intake. Upon that, apply for the institution within the deadline drawn for the intake you chose.
    Note: Applying for more than 1 institution is advised as you don’t have to face any disappointments like admission refusals. Applying for multiple institutions will make you get through in to one or the other.
    Step 4 – Soon after your tuition fee payment, apply for the Provincial Attestation Letter (PAL) from the province where your college is situated.
    Step 5 Wait for the acknowledgment! Once you hear from the institution that you applied for, you can make the payment on the given date and submit the documents for visa filing including the IELTS scorecard, fee receipt and GIC.
    Step 6 – This is the first step you should take. Approach a registered overseas education consultant to handle your overseas education process. Because you, doing it yourself might be churning and you might miss out on something. A registered consultant will back you and impel your student visa process to succeed.

    Cost of Study in Canada

    The cost of studying in Canada includes tuition fee payments, visa fee, GIC amount and other expenses. Looking them in detail:

    • You must pay the tuition fee for the first year which comes to about (13000 CAD and above) which marks the first step towards your study abroad dream.
    • As we proceed with the visa filing you must deposit an amount of 20,635 CAD towards the Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) which you can use for your living expenses in Canada
    • Complete your medical examination which is a mandatory document for Canadian student Visa.
    • Further, you have to pay the visa processing fees and biometric fee and complete your visa filing process through CanApprove documentation experts.

    Renowned institutions in Canada

    Canada houses some of the globally acclaimed institutions that have been producing many qualified graduates over the years to date. The peculiar education system, state of art facilities, and distinctive faculty of the institutions are some reasons that pull the crowd to Canada to study.
    Some of the popular institutions in Canada include,

    • Cambrian College
    • Niagara College
    • St Lawrence College
    • Centennial College
    • Conestoga College
    • Loyalist College
    • Georgian College
    • Selkirk College
    • Northern Lights College
    • Capilano University
    • University of Canada West
    • University of Northern BC
    • Saskatchewan Polytechnic
    • University of Regina

    PR pathways

    Are you looking for a feasible way to get Canada PR? There are no better ways other than flying to Canada as an international student. Yes, you read it right! Overseas education in Canada paves the way to permanent residence.

    Studying in Canada will eventually get you a PGWP of up to 3 years max and upon working there, you will have resided in Canada for close to 5 years. You will earn adequate CRS points for studying, residing and working in Canada. Especially, Canadian work experience will add value to your profile and help you attain a competitive edge over your counterparts who apply for PR.

    Our education counselors will assess your profile and find out what you actually want. They suggest you with well happening programs and institutions to set your Canadian education right. Upon completing your education, you will also have PR assistance from us. Talk to our experts now!

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      Frequently Asked Questions

      Is CanApprove a registered Canada education consultant?

      Yes, CanApprove is a CICC-registered overseas education consultancy.

      Can I get a Scholarship to study in Canada?

      Yes, you can apply for scholarships in Canada. But in most cases, the applicant should possess an excellent academic performance record.

      How long will it take to process my Canada student visa?

      It might take from 3 to 6 months on average. But again, it’s completely upon the discretion of the institution and the Canada high commission

      What are the other countries that CanApprove processes student visas for?

      At CanApprove, we offer overseas education services to countries like,

      • Australia
      • United Kingdom
      • Germany
      • New Zealand
      • USA

      What is the difference between Canada study permit and Canada student visa?

      A student visa allows you to enter the country as a student while a study permit allows you to stay, study and work part-time

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