Study in Canada

STUDY IN CANADA

Though both US and Canada are dream destinations for students who aspire to acquire higher education abroad, in recent times Canada has overtaken the US. A few of the major contributing factors for which students prefer Canada over US are speedy processing times for study permits, easy immigration, and lower costs.
Since 2016, Canada has been consistently featuring among the top 5 countries with the best higher education systems in the world (Source: QS Top Universities).
As per the report by the US News, Canada is the 3rd best country for education in the world in 2020
Study in Canada, and you’ll receive an internationally recognized education from some of the top educators and academics in the world.

Benefits of studying in Canada:

  • Advanced Quality Education.
  • Affordable Education
  • Internationally recognized
  • Long Term Advantage
  • Multicultural Society
  • Campus Lifestyle
  • Pioneering and Abundant Research Opportunities
  • Possibility of Immigration

Top 10 Universities in Canada:

QS World University Rankings 2020

SNo. University Global Rank
1 University of Toronto 29
2 McGill University 35
3 University of British Columbia 51
4 University of Alberta 113
5 Université de Montréal 137
6 McMaster University 140
7 University of Waterloo 173
8 Western University 211
9 University of Calgary 233
10 Queen’s University 239

Top Courses to Study in Canada:

  • MBA.
  • Computer Science & IT.
  • Business & Finance.
  • Core Engineering & Engineering Management.
  • Physical & Earth Sciences and Renewable Energy.
  • Agricultural Science & Forestry.
  • Bio sciences, Medicine & Healthcare.
  • Media & Journalism.

You will generally need the following for your CANADA Student Visa application:

  • Valid Passport.
  • Attested copies of 10th, 12th and Degree certificates.
  • Academic references – 2.
  • Employer references – 2.
  • SOP (Statement of Purpose)
  • Certificates of extracurricular achievements.
  • An acceptance letter from your education institution.

FAQs

What are the types of student visa in Canada?

Most students studying for more than 6 months in Canada will need a Canadian Study Permit, as Canadian student visas are known. Students studying for 6 months or less do not need a Study Permit, but will need to apply for one if they wish to extend their studies or begin another course after their initial studies end.

What are the requirements for student visa in Canada?

The following are the documents needed to apply For Canada Student Visa.
⦁ Valid Passport.
⦁ Proof of Acceptance by a Designated Learning Institution.
⦁ Proof of Funds.
⦁ Passport Size Photographs.
⦁ Immigration Medical Examination (IME)
⦁ English Language Proficiency Exam Score.
⦁ Statement of Purpose.
⦁ Credit Card.

How many years visa does Canada give for students?

The maximum length of the PGWP in Canada is of three years. It means if your post-graduate course’s duration is two years, you get a three-year PGWP visa.

Can I work and study in Canada at the same time?

You may be eligible to work in Canada while studying, if your study permit includes a condition that says you can work on or off campus. You must also meet all the other requirements. You can only start working in Canada when you start your study program. You can’t work before your studies begin.

Can I Bring My Family with Me While I Study?

International students who are married or have kids may wish to bring their family with them.
Canadian visa officers will consider study permit applications which include accompanying family members. You should note that including family members on a study permit application may influence the visa officer’s decision.
If you are approved as a family, your spouse will be able to work full time while in Canada. Any accompanying children will be able to study for free.

Can My Spouse Work While I am Studying in Canada?

If your family does accompany you, your spouse will be eligible for an open work permit, authorizing them to work full-time in Canada while you are studying.

How do you work and study at the same time in Canada?

Yes. You can have two valid permits at the same time under International Experience Canada (IEC). If you receive an invitation to apply, you can apply for an IEC work permit even if you have a valid study permit. You can also apply for a study permit if you have a valid work permit through IEC.

Can I get PR in Canada while studying?

International students studying in Canada may apply for Canadian permanent resident status while studying in Canada or after completing their studies, provided they meet the requirements of the Canadian immigration program under which they apply.