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"Why Study in Canada?

Canada stands out among the many options available to students. In reality, over the past few years, there has been a sharp increase in the number of international students. Why is there such a sudden craze for Canada and the maple leaf? Here are seven excellent arguments in favour of studying in Canada.

Live in a Bilingual Environment

Because Canada is a bilingual nation, studying here is a fantastic way to improve your language abilities and increase your chances of finding a rewarding employment. The educational system in Canada includes coursework in both French and English, which enhances the country’s cultural and community life.

Benefit from a world-class education

Diplomas from Canadian colleges and universities are accepted worldwide. Utilizing cutting-edge technology and digital media, the Canadian educational system promotes interdisciplinary research and the growth of transferable skills (such as communication, teamwork, and critical thinking).

Five Canadian universities ranked in the 2018 top 100 for the best universities in the world according to the Times Higher Education World University Ratings.

Gain work experience in Canada after you graduate

Students who have graduated from a Canadian post-secondary institution and are seeking employment are eligible for the work programme offered by the Canadian government. This is a fantastic method to maintain your Canadian residency while broadening and advancing your professional capabilities.

Ride Canada’s tech wave

The Canadian economy is notably strong in the fields of telecommunications, digital media, video games, biotechnology, and aeronautical engineering. Additionally, Canada’s ground-breaking School Net programme made it the first nation to connect its libraries and schools to the Internet. Therefore, it is not unexpected that about 90% of Canadian households have access to the Internet. In fact, a survey by the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) found that the average number of hours spent online by Canadians is second in the world (41.3 hours per month).

Enjoy an excellent quality of life

Three Canadian cities—Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver—made the top 50 student cities list, according to QS World University Rankings. The rating was determined by a number of factors, including as affordability, the diversity of the student body, and how well-received graduates are by employers.

With a higher standard of living than nations like the US, France, and the UK and lower costs of living (such as housing, transportation, and tuition), Canada delivers safety, stability, and respect for the rights of individuals and communities.

Discover the country’s natural beauty

Its surface area is 14 times greater than France’s, making Canada a very huge nation. It offers an abundance of breathtaking scenery that may be explored during each of the four unique seasons of the nation. Although many people in Canada bemoan the country’s severe winters, the chilly months offer devoted skiers and ice skaters the chance to train in beautiful settings.

For international students, very few places offer the advantages that Canada does. Its universities, among the best in the world, are at the heart of its rich and diverse culture. Canada is a country with an excellent standard of living and where there are many opportunities to get some experience in your field of studies. As a bilingual, safe and welcoming place, Canada won’t disappoint students who are looking to broaden their horizons…

Permanent Residency Options

There are moments when you appreciate being abroad so much that you never want to return. After your study abroad experience, if you decide that you want to reside in Canada, you may think about applying for immigration after receiving your degree and having worked for at least a year. You can apply for a visa for permanent residency once you’ve fulfilled the requirements. You can reside in Canada for the rest of your life if your application is accepted.

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Essential Facts

About Canada

  • The capital of Canada is Ottawa, located in the province of Ontario.
  • Canada has two official languages–English and French.
  • Nearly 60 percent of Canadians speak English while 20 percent speak French. Other languages commonly spoken in Canada due to its high level of multicultural diversity are Cantonese, German, Punjab and Italian.
  • The legal system in Quebec is based on a system of civil laws supported by French law; the rest of Canada adheres to the English common law system.
  • Canada contains an estimated two million lakes which covers around eight percent of its total landmass.
  • The maple leaf is Canada’s national symbol and is displayed prominently on the country’s flag.
  • Canada offers free basic health care to its citizens; however, dental service fees remain the responsibility of the person receiving such services.
  • Prescription medications are mostly free to senior citizens over 65 as well as recipients of social aid.

Things you need to know!

For international students studying in Canada, the typical tuition for bachelor’s degrees can range from CAD 11500 to CAD 25, 625 annually. The cost of engineering and medical school would be high. It might cost on average CA$28,340 annually.

A master’s degree has comparably lower tuition costs. The average cost for a master’s degree in Canada is CA$16,252. However, the cost of management courses is higher in Canada. especially if you select executive MBA programmes, which can cost up to CA$ 50,000.

In addition to tuition costs, there are other costs such as rent, groceries, personal expenses, etc. Your location and personal demands will determine how much housing, food, and other living expenditures will cost. Typically, living expenditures cost about $15,000 Canadian per year.

Studying abroad is more expensive than studying at home. You might find it challenging to make financial arrangements to study abroad in Canada because you are an international student. Scholarships are a source of assistance. Here are some examples of scholarships for Canadian universities:

  • Canadian Government Scholarships: These Scholarships are granted by the Canadian government to attract international students to study in Canada.
  • Non-Government Scholarships: These Scholarships are offered by various external organizations such as trusts, foundations, companies and organizations to international students pursuing a specific course stream. 
  • University provided Scholarships: These Scholarships are offered by universities in Canada to encourage students to take admission to higher education in their universities.

Here we have listed a few popular scholarships awarded by Canada to the international students

  • UBC International Leader for Tomorrow Award
  • Ontario Graduate Scholarships
  • Quebec Provincial Government Scholarship
  • Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship
  • University of Regina international entrance scholarships
  • Partnership Grants by Social Science and Humanities Research Council in Canada
  • Canadian Studies Post-Doctoral Fellowship.

International students are cordially welcomed in Canada. The student’s life while they are studying in Canada is really interesting. Since students from all over the world travel to Canada to study, the country has a multicultural atmosphere. With them, you’ll pick up some priceless experience.

You may continue to live and work in Canada after earning your bachelor’s or master’s degree. A work visa for the period following graduation is required (PGWP). After graduating from a Canadian university, it enables you to gain useful professional experience in the nation. One of the biggest draws for overseas students to study in Canada is due to this.

After graduating from a Canadian institution, you are eligible to work full-time for a maximum of three years. For up to three years, the length of the work permit is the same as the length of your academic programme. You are not required to work in a certain field in Canada; you are free to work in any field of your choosing.

Provinces of Canada

Canada has 10 provinces. Each province has its own capital city. The provinces are, in alphabetical order: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, and Saskatchewan.


Alberta is a province in Western Canada. Its landscape encompasses mountains, prairies, desert badlands and vast coniferous forests.

British Columbia

British Columbia, Canada's westernmost province, is defined by its Pacific coastline and mountain ranges.Nature areas like Glacier National Park.


Manitoba is a Canadian province bordered by Ontario to the east and Saskatchewan to the west.Its landscape of lakes and rivers, mountains, forests.

New Brunswick

It is one of the three Maritime provinces and one of the four Atlantic provinces. It is the only province with both English and French as its official languages.

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia is Latin for "New Scotland". Most of the population are native English-speakers and the province's population is 969,383.


Ontario is a province in east-central Canada that borders the U.S. and the Great Lakes.Toronto, Ontario's capital, is home to the 553m-high CN Tower.


Québec is a predominantly French-speaking province in eastern Canada with 2 vibrant cities in its south, connected by the Chemin du Roy highway along the Saint Lawrence River.


Saskatchewan is a Canadian province that borders the United States to the south. Grassland covers its southern plains, and to the north are the rugged rock of the Canadian Shield plateau, coniferous forests, rivers and lakes.

Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island is one of eastern Canada's maritime provinces.The large island is marked by red-sand beaches, lighthouses, and fertile farmland, and is renowned for seafood like lobster and mussels.

Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador form the most easterly province of Canada.. Gros Morne National Park, on the Gulf of St Lawrence, has cliffs, waterfalls and glacial fjords.


Visa name
Canadian study permit
Price and currency
CAD 150

Most foreign nationals must apply for a study permit. A study permit, once issued, allows a foreign national to study in Canada at an approved institute for the duration of the specified course or program. In some cases, you do not require a study permit to go to school in Canada:

  1. If the course or program you intend to study is less than 6 months in duration.
  2. If you are a family member or staff of a foreign representative to Canada.
  3. If you are a member of a foreign armed force. However, you will still need an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) to fly to Canada.

To obtain a student visa, a few documents must be presented, ranging from verification of enrollment to proof of English competence. There's a lot to keep track of. For support, please contact one of our counselors.

The language requirements for admission to a top Canadian university are stringent, requiring an aggregate score  of 6.5 and a minimum of 6 each section is standard for good universities.

Tuition costs and extra $10,000 for a 12-month period (or $833 per month) is required to demonstrate as a proof of funding for single students.

It is dependent on the level of education you select. Undergraduate students, for example, are accepted for a two-year study gap, but postgraduate students are accepted for a five-year study pause.

You can work on or off-campus for up to 20 hours during university semesters and full-time during breaks such as the winter or summer holidays, without the need for a work permit. To qualify, you must have a valid study permit and be a full-time student. You will also need a Social Insurance Number (SIN) from Service Canada to work in Canada or to receive benefits and services from government programs. Your study permit will become invalid 90 days after you have completed your study program, so you’ll need to acquire a post-graduation work permit if you want to stay in Canada after your studies and seek work. This is valid for three years

The permanent residence visa is granted on the basis of a point system. The PGWPP will help you earn relevant work experience that will help you apply for permanent residency in Canada.