Study in Canada

From natural peaks to skyscrapers, Canada has it all! Montreal and Toronto are two large cities that offer just about everything students could possibly ask for.
Toronto, an ethnically diverse city is also a major centre of higher learning and research with many well-known educational institutions such as the University of Toronto.
Canada is the world’s most educated country with over half of its residents being college graduates. Unlike back home, the country does not have a central education system but is under the jurisdiction of each of its province.

Study Options

There are three academic intakes at the institutions in Canada: fall, winter and summer. Fall lasts from September till December, winter lasts from January till April and summer lasts from May till August. Though fall is the primary intake in most colleges, few colleges do allow for a winter intake.

Students can choose from a number of study programs.

  • Certificate or diploma programs (One or two years).
  • Advanced diploma (Two or three years).
  • Bachelor degrees (three or four years).
  • Masters degrees (two years).

Benefits of studying in Canada

  • You will have several options to choose from big or small universities or small-town or city universities.
  • Students can enjoy an active and varied lifestyle in this beautiful country, along with great health-care benefits, and most importantly the thing that Canada is most known for politeness of the locals.
  • Students will have incredible opportunities to meet like-minded people and gain valuable international student experience through student clubs and organizations.

Types of Study Programs

  • Post-secondary
  • Post- Diploma
  • Degree
  • Collaborative

Tuition Fees

  • Colleges – 13,000 CAD to 20,000 CAD per year- Approx- 6.5 lacs to 10 lacs INR
  • University- 15,000 CAD to 25,000 CAD per year- Approx – 7.5 lacs to 12.5 Lacs per year INR

Income from part-time jobs

Part-time job- 20 hours per week- Average payment of 12.5 CAD per Hour.