Study in Canada

Study in Canada

           CANADA STUDENT VISA

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIRMENT

IELTS overall 6 (not less than 6) for UG.

      IELTS overall 6.5 (not less than 6) for PG.

Application Process

      Find the right courses and college

      Submit your application with the help of Choice Route.

      Get acceptance letter by paying one year’s tuition fees.

      Open GIC account and deposit money in your account.

      Medical by panel physician.

      Apply for visa

      Fly to Canada

Gap acceptable

After 12th maximum 2 years’ and after graduation maximum 5 years’ gap with justification, is acceptable.

Spouse eligible?

      Yes. After completion of one semester of primary applicant, spouse can apply open work permit.

Tuition Fee

    Fee is in the range of $15,000 CAD to $17,000 CAD per annum. It may be lower in certain provinces for some of the programs and might also be higher for certain programs of higher academic excellence.

GIC (Guaranteed Investment Certificate)

A student is also required to pay the GIC (Guaranteed Investment Certificate) amounting to $10,200 CAD at Scotia Bank or ICICI Bank Canada. The GIC covers the routine expenses (Rent, Grocery, Public Transport Card/Pass as well as other utility bills) that the student might incur during the first year of his stay in Canada. GIC is a one-time investment. As a part of his first withdrawal, the student can withdraw $2,000 from his GIC account when the student arrives in Canada and a portion of the money each month for 12 months – approximately $667 CAD each month.

Work During Study

An international student is eligible to work in Canada (both, on and off campus) along with his/her studies for 20 hours a week, and during the semester breaks, the students can work for 40 hours a week.

Post Study Work Permit

Upon the completion of the full time 1-year program, the candidate shall receive an Open Work Permit of one year. On the other hand, all the candidates with a minimum 2-year full-time program shall receive the Open Work Permit of three years. The students need to apply for the Post Graduate Work Permit within 180 days of the completion of their full-time studies.

A Co-op OR Internship Program

Many Canadian Colleges and Universities offer these work placement programs as a means of enhancing the curriculum with real-world industry experience. Typically, students spend alternative semesters learning in the classroom and then applying that knowledge through on the job work in their field of study.

Why Canada?

      Key benefits of choosing Canada as a destination include the following –

      Easy Visa Policy

      A lot of job opportunities

      Great scholarships

      Multilingual Society

      Safety, care and support for international students

      One of the safest countries to live in

      Cost Effective Quality Education

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Colleges & Universities of Canada

 Acadia University
 Algonquin College
 Brock University
 Cambrian College
 Camosun College
 Capilano University
 Centennial College
 College of New Caledonia
 College of Rockies
 Conestoga College
 Confederation College
 Douglas College
 Durham College
 Fairleigh Dickinson University
 Fleming College
 Georgian College
 Humber College
 Kwantlen Polytechnic University
 Lambton College
 New York Institute Of Technology
 Niagara College
 North Island College
 Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology
 Okanagan College
 Parkland College
 Royal Roads University
 Selkirk College
 Sheridan College
 Seneca College
 Sault College
 St. Clair College
 St. Lawrence College
 Thompson River University
 University of Fraser Valley
 University of Waterloo
 Vancouver Island University

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