Study in Canada

Canada: Land of Migrants

A United Nations survey suggests that Canada as one of the safest and best countries in the world to live in. It topped the list of the Best Nations to live in till the beginning of the millennium and still is one of the best countries in the world to live in. Canada still provides the best quality of lifestyle, high quality education access to all, health care scheme for all their inhabitants and has the lowest crime rate in the whole world, accessibility to education and low crime rate compared to any other country. Canada is also a multicultural country with large European essence with English and French being the most spoken languages. Immigrants play a pivotal role in the development of the country.

Permanent Residency for Immigrants

Canada is a land of immigrants and welcomes more than 200000 immigrants every year. On completion of the programs, students can apply for Federal Skilled Permit Scheme (PR) by fulfilling 67 points to satisfy the eligibility criteria. The process may take around 15-17 months and citizenship can be awarded on completion of 3 years in Canada.

Immigration Hub

Canadian immigration norms are one of the most simple and easiest for people seeking immigrations. Canada reportedly had 265000 immigrants in the year 2013 and the numbers have been steady since then. Canadian immigration accesses the selection on the basis of six selection criteria and fulfillment of the point’s required to be eligible.

Affordable & Best Infrastructure

Canadian education is one of the best in the world and is also very competitive and affordable. High quality infrastructure is one of the cornerstones of Canadian system and there is a great demand for Canadian graduates all over the world as the Universities are very highly regarded for the quality of education.


Flexible Education System

Canada offers free education to all the students till secondary level (10+2) and higher education system comprises of Technical/Career colleges, Community colleges, University colleges and Universities. Canadian institutions offer diplomas, degrees, PG Diplomas and Post Graduate degrees of international repute through an extensive system of 175 Community colleges and 92 universities. Canadian education to a very large extent is modeled on the basis of the US education system. Universities are few but they are of the highest repute worldwide and most of the Canadian Universities feature in the top 200 global list of Universities.

Scholarships & Grants

Canada offers large number of Scholarships for students with good academics. Indian and Canadian governments offer the benefits to meritorious students in the form of grants and scholarships. These opportunities make the education investment lesser taxing on the student.

Technology & Research

Canada stands for technology and its stature as one of the highest industrialized nations in the whole world speaks volumes of the achievement. Universities have a great degree of research happening in various fields of science and intend to invent technologies for the future.


Flexibility

Canadian education system can be termed a miniature model of the US. Courses and topics are flexible and students are allowed to transfer among Canadian & American Universities based on their merit. Canada is one of the countries which encourage various exchange programs with other countries and more than 15 Canadian Universities feature in the top 200 Universities list and the admission criteria can be moderate to high depending upon the cutoff of the University.
University curriculum enables students for a cooperative work term which facilitates the student to have an opportunity to work for tenure of 12-17 weeks in Canadian company.


Affordable

Canada offers a very high quality of life style and the expenses are minimal in comparison to many first world countries. Standard of living is very high and the cost of living to meet the standards is very less. Students are also allowed to work part time during their education. Off campus work is allowed after the completion of one semester. This helps the students to earn their living during the course of their studies, hence reducing their financial burden. They can also opt to work full time during vacations.

Intakes

Canadian Universities generally have 4 intakes: Spring: January/February
· Fall: August/September
· Summer: April/May
· Winter: December
The Admission cycles are similar to the US.

English Requirements

IELTS is a mandatory for admission into any Canadian University. TOEFL is also accepted in some institutions.
Ideal scores for IELTS:
For Undergraduate > 6.0 (Minimum 6 in all components)
For Post Graduate > 6.5 (Minimum 6 in all components)

Eligibility for Admissions:

Bachelors: 10+2 or equivalent.
· Masters: 16 years education (10+2+4), some institutions may consider 15 years with WES Evaluation.
· Students with good academics and no backlogs are preferred.
· Letters of Recommendation from the last studied institution`s professors.
· Statement of Purpose/Personal Mission Statement, Essays & Resumes depicting their strong aptitude for higher education.
· Strong financial background & proper source of funds. High test scores with excellent academics can fetch good scholarships.


Documents


· Passport · Covering Letter
· Application Fees
· Application Form
· Statement of Purpose, Resume
· 2 Letters of recommendation
· All marks cards & official transcripts
· Bank Statement/ Bank balance certificate
· Affidavit of Support
· Test Score Cards