Canada

Why study in Canada?

The Canadian education system is structured based on the total governance of each state and territories without any Federal regulations. While this may sound a bit difficult to digest for some, it actually served an excellent purpose in creating a diverse educational system and helped further diverse curricula. Colleges and Universities are free to design programs and courses to fit the particular areas of emphasis they believe need to be addressed. These institutions are usually divided to community colleges, which primarily serve as launch pads for transfer to university levels and at the same time are more involved with vocational oriented programs, University colleges and Universities.

Canada is home to more than 175,000 international students every year, and is consistently becoming a more popular destination. With a very large similarity with the US system, it is also proving to be good substitute for people to expand their options of studying abroad. Also, more and more American students are heading to Canada after high school. The main reason for this trend is the fact that Canadian universities offer a quality education for a fraction of the cost of a college degree in the United States. Many Canadian universities (north of the border the word “college” usually refers to schools focused on vocational coursework) have a reputation for strong academics, earning recognition from institutions like the college-ranking juggernaut U.S. News and World Report. And students who study in Canada can stay relatively close to US as well, while getting the experience of living in Canada. This is especially true in the French-speaking province of Quebec.

But is college in Canada really as viable and economical for American or other International students as it seems? “Parents are always shocked at how much less expensive it is,” says Yusuf Varachia, international recruitment coordinator at Simon Fraser. Students and parents have become accustomed to the idea of paying through the nose for a good college education. But Kathleen Massey, registrar at McGill University in Montreal, notes that Canadian universities aren’t necessarily less expensive than those in the U.S. McGill estimates that foreign students could pay up to $44,000 in American currency for a year of tuition, fees and other costs. “When we’re promoting McGill, what we’re promoting is the quality of the educational experience, regardless of price,” Massey says, adding that many of the Americans considering McGill have heard about the university from friends or family.
A few key advantages of studying in Canada are:

Quality of Edcuation :

Canada spends the highest amount of per capita income than any other country on education. The quality of education is definitely good and this can also be seen from the level of competition that can be seen these days to get into Canadian Universities. Canadian Universities are increasingly becoming renowned for excellence and advances in teaching, research, especially in areas like Information Technology, Business, Health Sciences, Law, Agriculture and Ocean studies. Most Universities have faculty with terminal degrees and and extensive research experience to help students have excellent access to world class education.

Cost of Education & Living :

The cost of education in Canada is considered to be one of the lowest as compared to other countries like USA, UK, Australia, and New Zealand. The average tuition fee for an undergraduate program is in the range of CDN$ 11,500- 22,000. Accommodation for students are available on campus in the range of CDN$3000-7500 per year, home stay families- in the range of CDN$ 400-800 per month, or off campus apartments on rent in the range of CDN$ 250-700 per month. Also post study employment opportunities for students are better and easier.

Cost of Education & Living :

The cost of education in Canada is considered to be one of the lowest as compared to other countries like USA, UK, Australia, and New Zealand. The average tuition fee for an undergraduate program is in the range of CDN$ 11,500- 22,000. Accommodation for students are available on campus in the range of CDN$3000-7500 per year, home stay families- in the range of CDN$ 400-800 per month, or off campus apartments on rent in the range of CDN$ 250-700 per month. Also post study employment opportunities for students are better and easier.

Application Procedure :

A student has to fill an application form of the institute in which admissions is required.

A completed form has to be sent back to the admissions office, along with supporting documents and fees as required by the institute.

If the application is successful, then the student will receive an admission offer, which he or she can either accept or decline.

The admissions office will also send student authorization and visa forms. It is important to apply to any institution at least before admission dates.

Visa Application Documents Requirement :

A receipt from the non refundable application fee paid in local currency at the current exchange rate.

You may be asked for evidence of income sources. You must prove that funds are immediately available to cover the first year cost, and show evidence that funds will be available for all subsequent years.

A passport with validity date at least six months beyond your intended period of stay.

School and collage transcript and standardized test score sheets. (Evidence of English proficiency.)

Information about educational program and academic institution, as well as any correspondence (including emails) from the admissions offer.

Excellent Place to Live :

Canada is seen as an incredibly safe place with its excellent standards of living apart from its scenic beauty and country side. Given the interests of international students, safety being very high up the ladder, Canada is proving to be an ideal destination with its access to education, excellent lifestyle and lowest crime rates.

Diversity :

Canada is a bi-lingual nation and this has made it an excellent destination for lot of people from the Anglophone and Francophone countries. It offers a diversified environment and possibilities for others to immerse themselves in different cultures thus enhancing one’s options to options to internationalize one’s potential. Canada’s ability to host different immigrant populations and students has given it a boost on an ideal destination.

Overall, Canada is the next big player in the international education and is certainly a choice to consider and an ideal destination.
Eligibility Criteria, Application Documents Requirement:

Eligibility :

To study in Canada, students must meet certain academic requirements as well as providing proof of finances and health.In Canada, nearly every university and college has their own, individual admission requirements. Qualifications from different countries are recognised differently in each province and institution. Evaluation services are offered by agencies across the country. For a fee, an evaluation service can be carried out to assess how your qualifications compare with the qualifications recognised in Canada. It is important to ensure that your chosen institution accepts your evaluation and recognises the agency your evaluation came from. It is therefore advisable to consult you institute admissions cell to decide which evaluation agency to select.

Application Documents Required :

Secondary school, college or university reports or transcripts are required
Students from non-English speaking countries will be required to complete the IELTS or TOEFL to prove proficiency.

Work Experience letters (if applicable)

A letter of recommendation by a teacher who knows you well and has taught you professionally in a subject related to your application choice ( The letter should be a thorough account of you as a person and your academic achievements, listing your strengths and positive attributes. It is recommended that you include two letters with your application form.)

The statement of purpose which is the most important part of the application process ( A statement of purpose is a personal essay written by the student which outlines why Canada is the chosen study abroad destination and what would make you a good student for the course and institution selected.)

Copy of Passport

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