Study in Canada – Introduction.
Canada is a diverse and huge nation. Topographically, you ought to know this, yet it sits in over the USA, making it perfect for exploring a little further. Canada itself is brimming with well-known vacation spots, for example, the effective Niagara Falls, the gigantic CN Tower, Toronto Zoo, the delightful Glacier National Park, the just as ravishing Banff National Park, and the forcing Canadian Rockies, to give some examples. The enormous blinding urban communities of Quebec, Montreal and Toronto offer all that you could need from life, with city life running flawlessly into nature. It's delightful. With a colossal scope of scenes, from gigantic mountains, to green vegetation, to snow topped slopes, to clamoring city, the decision is perpetual. Obviously, the Rockies are popular the world over.
Studying is a an experience of life time in itself, enriching and broadening horizons with your choice of subject and all that extra that come with higher education, but doing that in a different country? That’s a big life-changing decision. From the many foreign countries you can opt for higher education, Canada is a popular choice. It’s really not hard to see why? University education in Canada offer world-class education, 12 Canadian universities ranked in Top 200. Other benefits of studying in Canada: Affordable fees, opportunity to work during your study and Post study work after you graduate, bright chances to opt for PR after completion of the course, great lifestyle in a diverse country.
Why Study in Canada?
Canada has been ranked by UN as one of the best places to live in the world – of many reasons its system of education, quality of life and national income. Canada surprisingly has 2 official languages, English and French. You have a chance to learn not one… but two languages.
Institutions in Canada offer top-class education, with 12 Canadian Universities making into the Times Higher Education Top 200.You have plenty to choose from, such as Concordia University, McGill University, McMaster University, Queen’s University, Universite de Montreal, University of Alberta, University of British Columbia, University of Calgary, University of Toronto, University of Waterloo, University of Western Ontario and York University.
Admission Start dates
Ø September (considered to be the main intake all courses offered).
Ø January intake (Spring intake).
Ø May (Summer- Few institutions run a Summer intake with popular courses on the offer)
SPP Scheme requirements are as follows:-
Ø Offer letter from a Community College
Ø IELTS of 6.0 Bands (with no modules below 5.5 bands for Diploma and Certificate)
Ø IELTS 6.5 Bands (with no modules below 6.0 bands for Post Graduate Diploma)
Ø A GIC from Scotia Bank of $10000.
Ø Medicals from a nominated panel of doctors by cic.
Ø The right application form(s) and fees.
Ø A valid passport.
An updated requirement can been found on cic.gc
ü Course fees are around CAN$12000 to CAN$17,500 per year for undergraduate courses, with graduate courses coming in on average from CAN$12500 to CAN$30,000 per year.