Study in Canada

Canada is renowned for providing best opportunities for high-quality research and education. You will also be able to switch between different types and degrees of schooling without encountering difficulties that are frequent in other regions of the world. Each year, more than 200,000 overseas students decide to study in Canada. There are 12 institutions in Canada that are among the top 200 according to the Times Higher Education Supplement.

Both geographically and culturally diversified, Canada provides best opportunities to explore, learn and experiment with the wide range of career options. The well-established educational system in Canada encourages international students to work while pursuing their Bachelor's or Master's degrees and to stay in the nation after graduation in order to take advantage of career possibilities.

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Study Intakes of Canada

Similar to the United States, Canada also offers three academic intakes in most educational institutions - Fall: September to December, Winter: January to April, and Summer: May to August. Although not all universities have all three intakes available, most offer at least two. You can check with our advisors for the universities you are interested in!

Study Programmes offered in Canada

  • Certificate or diploma (One or two years)
  • Advanced diploma (Two or three years)
  • Undergraduate (three or four years)
  • Postgraduate (two years)
  • PhD (four or five years with dissertation)

Estimated cost to study in Canada

The length of college programs varies. Depending on the curriculum, it can take a few months or many years. The average cost of tuition is between $7,000 and $22,000 per year. A work placement or apprenticeship is a common component of college curricula, allowing you to earn money while you learn. College students typically spend roughly $15,000 a year on living expenses.

Study part-time opportunities in Canada

For the first six months on campus and for the next six months off-campus, international students are permitted to work part-time for 20 hours per week. Since working longer hours might have an impact on student's performance, some colleges with more demanding coursework let their students work for over 12 hours. Again, the rules and hours differ from university to university, and it is always good to check the permitted hours before deciding on the opportunity.

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