Ranked amongst the top 10 countries in the Quality of Life Index by the United Nations, Canada is famous for its high-quality education, the multiplicity of programs in various streams and for its excellent educational institutions. Canada is a land of diverse people and majestic landscapes. More than 1,30,000 students choose Canada for higher studies every year. International Students carry their rich culture to the Canadian classrooms which welcome their knowledge and skills to their Colleges and Universities. The provinces manage Colleges, Universities and Education in Canada.
According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Canada spends more per capita on its Education System than any other country. For more details, students can fetch information from the College or University in which they wish to study. Canada is a dream educational destination of many students. Canadian Institutes with first-class infrastructure offer an easy access to a wide variety of technologies. As Canada is one of the safest countries for pursuing education.
Studying in Canada opens up a vast pool of opportunities for you. Canada offers an exciting environment to International students. It is very popular destination for students who want to earn a globally-recognized degree. In terms of Education, Canada is one of the most developed countries in both secondary and higher education. Canada is known for its quality-education and excellence in studies. Canadian degree is considered of great value which is equivalent to US, Australia, New Zealand and other European countries.
Huge number of collective courses with practical approach make Canada one of the best destinations to continue higher study overseas.
The foremost goal of Canadian Education System is to ensure success in every aspect of life.
One more reason that makes Canada a dream education destination is that it enables International Students holding a Canadian degree to work across the globe in highly reputable sectors. Various specialization programs under diploma, degree, and postgraduate diploma are offered at around 250 Institutions nationwide.
International students can continue Education in Canada’s top Universities because of the reasonable fee structure as compared to other nations. Canadian degrees are well reputed. International students can expect to be assisted in their University studies by such resources and services as orientation sessions, support programs, academic advising, prayer rooms, safe walk programs, student clubs, and aid with medical issues and accommodation hurdles. International students can often work while they study and take advantage of many cooperative Education and Internship opportunities. Moreover, there are huge number of benefits of studying in Canada.
There are several requirements to get admission in Canadian Institutes, which students have to meet, whether it is an undergraduate or a postgraduate program. But the requirement criteria may vary depending on the field of studies and other relevant factors. Students must have an offer letter of the College/University before applying for a study permit. Some documents are also required for the Canadian Visa process.
Apart from the above, additional documents may be requested by the Interviewer. These may include:
Students must have a Canadian Study Permit in order to Study in Canada. Application can be applied Online or through a paper application. This paper application can be obtained from the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) website. But it is recommendable to check the processing time in advance as Paper Applications typically take about twice as long.
Here is the process for obtaining a Canadian Student Visa:
International Students have an opportunity of working in Canada during their study. By this, they can earn enough to pay their daily expenses. Permission of working hours is different according to the type of course. Usually, students can work up to 20 hours per week during the course and can work full time during the vacations. There are ample number of Colleges and Universities which offer Co-op/internship programs to the students. Canada offers a number of work permit programs to International Students, their spouses or common law partners.
|Sr. No.||Institution Name||Campus|
|1.||Alexander College||Burnaby, Vancouver|
|3.||University of Canada West||Vancouver|
|8.||Cape Breton University||Nova Scotia|
|9.||University of Saskatchwen||Saskatchewan|
|10.||University of Manitoba||Manitoba|
|11.||University of New Bruinswick||Fredericton, Saint John|
|13.||University of Western Ontario||Ontario|
|15.||Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Technology||Ontario|
|16.||Vancouver Island University||Vancouver|
|17.||Vancouver Community College||Vancouver|
|18.||University of Fraser Valley||British Columbia|
|20.||St.Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology||Ontario|
|21.||Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning||Ontario|
|23.||Selkirk College||British Columbia|
|27.||Okanagan College||British Columbia|
|28.||Northern Lights||British Columbia|
|31.||Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology||Ontario|
|32.||Medicine Hat College||Alberta|
|33.||Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technologies||Manitoba|
|34.||Loyalist College of Applied Arts and Technology||Ontario|
|36.||Lambton College of Applied Arts and Technology||Ontario|
|38.||College of New Caledonia||British Columbia|
|39.||College of the Rockies||British Columbia|
|44.||Fanshawe College of Applied Arts and Technology||Ontario|
|45.||Confederation College of Applied Arts and Technology||Ontario|
|46.||Humber College Institute of Learing and Advanced Learning||Ontario|
|47.||Kwantlen Polytechnic University||British Columbia|
|48.||Collège d'enseignement général et professionnel (CEGEP)||Quebec|
|49.||Great Plains College||Canada|
|51.||Focus College||British Columbia|
|52.||Institut Supérieur d'Informatique||Canada|
|53.||University of Lethbridge||Alberta|
|55.||University of Northern British Columbia||British Columbia|
|56.||University of Regina||Canada|
|57.||Royal Roads University||British Columbia|