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Study in Canada

Quick Facts

Official Language
Country code
Time difference
Canadian Dollar (CAD) (Equal to 59INR)
3.76 Crores
English, French
9.5 Hours behind
North America
Varies from region to region, mainly cold climate, with short warm summers and long frigid winters. average temperature ranges from -27.5 °C in January to 13.5 °C July,


One of the most educated countries in the world, it top ranked universities, excellent academic quality, affordable tuition fee and living costs, Canada is one of the best study destinations for students. Canada experienced high volume of  international students studying at all levels in the country; which explains its popularity across the globe.

Advantages of studying in Canada

  • Excellent education system; top ranked universities and research institutions recognized all over the world.
  • Focus on skill development
  • Transparent , easy accessible student visa process
  • Affordable tuition fee and living cost
  • Wide choices of degree and study programs
  • Work and study; students can work 20 hours/week during school semesters and up to 30 hours/week during school breaks.
  • Quality of life; peaceful and safe, one of the highest ranked countries, perfect blend of nature, technology and culture.
  • Strong growing economy with large manpower shortage.
  • Can apply for permanent resident permit

Top Courses to Study in Canada

  • MBA
  • Computer Science & IT.(Data Analytics/Business Analytics)
  • Business & Finance.
  • Engineering
  • Physical & Earth Sciences and Renewable Energy.
  • Agricultural Science & Forestry.
  • Biosciences, Medicine & Healthcare.
  • Media & Journalism.

Tuition fee

In comparison to the UK, Australia and New Zealand, Canada offers the lowest tuition rates for foreign students.

Study program

Average annual fee (in CAD*)


Diploma and advanced diploma courses

CAD$11,000 to $15,000 per year


Bachelors degree

CAD$13,000 to $219000 per year


Post graduate degree

CAD$12,000 to $22,000 per year


Intakes /Academic Year

Canadian institutions offer three major intakes : Fall, Spring and Summer. 

  • Fall:A popular intake among Indian students, The Fall intake starts in the month of September
  • Winter:Starts in January
  • Summer:Available for limited programs and colleges, the Summer intake usually starts around April and May  

Student visa requirements in Canada

To study in Canada, you’ll have to obtain a Study Permit and a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV).

Study Permit, it’s a permit or a document issued by the Citizen and Immigration (CIC) which allows you to study in Canada. If you hold a study permit, you must remain enrolled and make reasonable and timely progress towards completing your course. Your study permit is always accompanied along with a visitor visa or Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA).

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