Study in Canada

Canada stands out as an excellent location for studying due to its academic brilliance, affordability, high quality of life, and adventure. Canada had nearly 500,000 international students study there in 2017, which explains why it is so well-liked around the world.

Steps to study in Canada

5.1 Research universities and courses: Start by researching universities and courses that you are interested in. Look at the entry requirements, fees, location, and the course structure.
5.2 Check the entry requirements: Once you have identified the universities and courses that you want to apply for, check the entry requirements. These may include academic qualifications, English language proficiency, and work experience.
5.3 Apply for admission: Once you have checked the entry requirements, you can apply for admission to the universities that you have chosen. This can be done through the universities’ websites or through the centralized application system called “Ontario Universities’ Application Centre” (OUAC) or “ApplyBoard”.
5.4 Apply for a study permit: After you have received your acceptance letter from a university, you can apply for a study permit. You will need to provide evidence of your financial capacity, health insurance, and English language proficiency.
5.5 Plan your accommodation: Once you have received your study permit, it is important to plan your accommodation. You can choose to stay in university accommodation, share a house or apartment with other students, or rent your own place.
5.6 Prepare for your departure: Before you depart for Canada, make sure you have arranged your flights, purchased travel insurance, and have all the necessary documents and paperwork.

Costs

CAD $16,000 to CAD $20,000 per year

CAD $13,000 to CAD $20,000 per year

CAD $30,000 to CAD $40,000 per year

CAD $17,000 to CAD $25,000 per year

CAD $7,000 to CAD $15,000 per year

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