Study, Work, Live in Canada

Located in the north of the North American continent, Canada has borders by the USA in its south and Alaska at its west. With French as the most commonly spoken language, it has been known for extremely cold winters The most recent events of the refugee acceptance, reminds the world of the friendly and accommodating nature of the Canadians. The country has held its firm belief in the fact that ‘all citizens are equal and that diversity makes us a stronger country’. The multicultural availability in the country, therefore, proves that it makes all feel the city and therefore everyone is at home and about one fifth of the Indians were born outside (Government of Canada website). The major sources of mobility are air, rail, road and water.

Interesting facts about Canada
  • French and English are the two official languages in Canada.
  • The CN Tower in Toronto was the world’s tallest free-standing structure until 2007.
  • Canada has a strategic maple syrup reserve to ensure global supply in case of an emergency.
  • There are more doughnut shops in Canada per capita than any other country.
  • Hockey and lacrosse are Canada’s national sports.
  • Canada has 10% of the world’s forests.
  • Canada is the World’s Most Educated Country. Over half of its residents have college degrees!
  • The Hawaiian Pizza was invented in Canada.
  • You’ll find about 630 bird species in Canada and 11 sub-species of Canada geese alone.

Quick Facts About Canada

  • Capital–Ottawa
  • Number of universities- 97
  • Temperature: subarctic in the south and arctic in the north.
  • Official Languages: English, French
  • Currency CAD$

Why Study in Canada?

  • The first-rate education system in the world.
  • Immigration First-rate friendly country 
  • A large number of prestigious universities to choose from 
  • Low Tuition Fees 
  • Range of job-focused programs with Co-op 
  • A strong growing economy with a large manpower shortage 
  • Opportunity to gain Canadian Work experience by working part-time on-campus without a work permit and off-campus with a work permit 
  • Post-graduate work permits upon completion of studies related to the study 
  • Nomination for Immigration to Canada under Provincial Nominee Programs 
  • Chance to stay in Canada while your permanent resident application is in process
  • Spouse accompaniment/work right.

Education System

The Canadian education system consists of both public and private schools

  • Universities & Colleges 
  • Community Colleges / Technical Institutes 
  • Career Colleges 
  • Language Schools 
  • Secondary Schools

Qualification Offered:

  • First Professional Degree 
  • Diploma 
  • Associate Degrees 
  • Applied Degrees 
  • Bachelor’s Degree 
  • Master’s Degree
  • Doctorate

Test Requirement:

  • TOEFL or IELTS scores as proof of English proficiency. Depending upon the institution, the score requirements may vary between 80-100 for TOEFL and 6.0 – 7.0 bands in IELTS.
  • For MBA admission a good score on GMAT is required.


Tution Cost

  • Diploma and Advanced Diploma Courses cost between $11,000 and $13,000 per year, depending on the course.
  • Bachelor’s Degrees cost range from CAD$13,000 – CAd$19,000 per year for most undergraduate degrees
  • Post-graduate Degrees cost ranges from CAD$12,000 and ranges up to  CAD$22,000
  •  Fees given are of informative nature and may vary from university to university

Cost Of Living

Approximately CAD 10000 for 1st year.


January, May, and September


 Part-time work right:– Unlimited work right, up to 3 years stay back for (2 years study)or equal to the course duration if it is less than 2 years.


  • Diploma programs: IELTS Overall band score of 5.5 & TOEFL: 75
  • Bachelor’s Degree: Overall band score of 6.0 & TOEFL: 80 
  • Masters Programs: Overall band score of 6.5 & TOEFL: 80
  • Masters Programs: Overall band score of 6.5 & TOEFL: 80 
  • Duolingo Overall 115 each above 95/100


  • University of Toronto
  • McGill University
  • University of British Columbia
  • Université de Montréal
  • University of Alberta
  • McMaster University
  • University of Waterloo
  • Western University
  • Queen’s University
  • University of Calgary