Study, Work, Live in Canada

Canadians do share important values such as pride, a belief in equality and diversity, and respect for all individuals. It is these values that make Canada known as a friendly, peace-loving, and secure place in which to live. There are many cities rich in Canadian culture and values throughout the country. Canada’s education is known for quality and excellence across the entire global education sector. Great importance is given to learning and maintaining high standards of imparting education here. What’s makes studying in Canada even more conducive is the lower living costs and tuition fees for international students. The country spends more on education as compared to the OECD average, and is the second-highest among the G-8 countries. Canada fosters diversified study options at Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Postgraduate Diploma and MS (Master of Science) levels. Moreover, a number of Canadian institutions are involved in international research partnerships to study and address major world issues. Another beneficial aspect of studying in Canada is The ‘Walk Safe’ programs that help people access public transportation during late hours.

Why Study In Canada?

One of the most important reasons why students choose to study in Canada is because of the high quality of education. When a student receives a degree from a Canadian university, it acts as a mark of trust and excellence. 26 of Canada’s universities rank in the QS World University Rankings 2019 and 27 of them in The World University Rankings 2019.

One of the biggest reasons why Canadian education stands unique is its strong focus on research and development. If you’re a research scholar, there can be no country better than Canada. The government of Canada offers great support to research in the disciplines of medicine, telecommunication, agriculture, environmental science, and technology.

The tuition fee in Canada, when compared to universities in the US and UK, is fairly cheaper. And when considering the return on investment, it is quite a viable option for Indian students. ??You can also apply to a range of scholarships to cut down on your educational expenses.

In Canada, you’ll find extremely warm and welcoming people who come from varied ethnic groups with different cultures and lifestyles. The multicultural environment in Canada promotes friendliness and peaceful living like no other country. In fact, you will find a lot of Indians studying, working, and living here. You can also experience festivals and rituals such as: The Montreal International Jazz Festival Calgary Stampede NHL Hockey Experience “Poutine Week” – The blend of French fries, delicious gravy, and cheese curd. Just for Laughs comedy festival in Montreal

Thanks to its special regulations, Canada provides all its international students with an opportunity to work for up to 20 hours every week during their semesters and full-time during the summer and winter breaks. To work on-campus or as an intern in any company, you would not require any additional work permit as your study permit is enough to help you find a part-time job.

Documents Required for Study in Canada

✔ Attested copies of X, XII & Graduate Degree (if applicable)
✔ Mark Sheets including Backlogs (Re-sits).
✔ Evidence of English Language proficiency e.g. IELTS, TOEFL, etc.
✔ Standardized Tests e.g. GMAT, GRE (where necessary for the program).
✔ Two academic references.
✔ Two references from employers (where applicable).
✔ Passport-sized photographs.
✔ Statement of Purpose (SOP).
✔ Resume/CV.
✔ Draft for application fees, if applicable.
✔ Portfolio (for Art, Design & Architecture programme).

Other Certificates & Achievements of Extracurricular Activities

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