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Why Study in CANADA :-
Benefits of studying in CANADA :-

  1. The degree awarded from the university and college is world wide recognized.
  2. Canada has one of the best educational systems in the world and this combined with its wonderful multicultural cosmopolitan attitude makes it an excellent destination for international students to come and further their education.
  3. Degrees from Canadian institutes are internationally recognized, and there is a diverse range of courses on offer from marine biology through to accountancy. Canada also has a number of excellent opportunities for language courses, and you can choose between both French and English as your main language of instruction, and students often benefit from taking an additional language course alongside their main degree or diploma.

Canada is a very safe, stable country and has an excellent health care system, and the educational and living costs are relatively low compared to other English speaking countries, so this is an ideal place for international students to come and enhance their learning.

  1. There are more than 150,000 international students who go to Canada every year to study. International students bring a rich culture to the classrooms.
  2. Canadian universities and colleges are respected worldwide for their high quality of education.
  3. Tuition fees for international students in Canada, and the cost of living, are among the lowest in the world.
  4. Eligible students can gain valuable Canadian work experience through off campus employment.
  5. Canada ranks among the most multicultural nations in the world. Regardless of ethnic origin, students feel at home in our diverse communities and campuses.

According to the United Nations, Canada offers one of the highest standards for quality of life in the world.

Economy :-

  1. Canada is the home to the eighth largest economy in the world.
  2. The Canadian economy is dominated by the service industry, which employs about three quarters of Canadians.
  3. The logging and oil industries being two of Canada's most important industries. Canada also has a sizable manufacturing sector, centered in Central Canada, with the automobile industry especially important.
  4. International trade makes up a large part of the Canadian economy, particularly of its natural resources.

Established Industries :-

  1. Canada's global share of the aerospace industry has tripled in the last 20 years, and it is the third-largest exporter of automotive products in the world.
  2. Canada is the world's fourth-largest exporter of agricultural products.
  3. The Canadian Government has established a range of institutions and initiatives to create a supportive business environment for transformative technologies.
  4. Canada is a Foundation for Innovation.
  5. Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
  6. Genome Canada.
  7. National Institute for Nanotechnology.
  8. Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council.
  9. The strongest growth in exports occurred in wired (+20.4%) and wireless (+16.9%) communications equipment in the year 2005.
  10. The Canadian Government plans to double research and development (R&D) investments by 2010 to make Canada one of the five most research-intensive countries in the world.
  11. Canada is the world's 4th largest exporter of moulds and eighth largest exporter of plastics processing machinery.
  12. Canada is the world's leading producer and exporter of newsprint, and the world's largest exporter of wood pulp.

Main Industries :-

  1. Alberta :- Agriculture, forestry, telecommunications, Oil & Gas.
  2. British Columbia :- Forestry, mining, fisheries, agriculture, energy, and transportation.
  3. Saskatchewan :- Agriculture, services, mining.
  4. Manitoba :- Manufacturing, agriculture, hydroelectricity and mining.
  5. Ontario :- Manufacturing, agriculture, forestry, mining, services.
  6. Quebec :- Agriculture, manufacturing, energy, mining, forestry, transportation.
  7. New Brunswick :- Manufacturing, forestry, mining, agriculture and fisheries, tourism.
  8. Nova Scotia :- Manufacturing, agriculture, fisheries, mining, forestry, transportation, energy.
  9. Prince Edward Island :- Agriculture, tourism, fishing and manufacturing.
  10. Newfoundland & Labrador :- Energy, fisheries, mining, forestry, tourism.
  11. Yukon :- Mining and tourism
  12. North West Territories :- Mining, tourism, services
  13. Nunavut :- Mining, Resource development, tourism
  14. Source :- Industry Canada


Intake :-

  1. University / Community Colleges
  2. September/ January
  3. January is an on demand intake for popular courses

Private College :-
Jan / April / May / Sept

  1. Certificate is a qualification awarded upon successful completion of a programme which is usually one year in length, and is offered at colleges.
  2. Diploma is the qualification awarded on the basis of one or two year's successful study, and is offered at colleges.
  3. Undergraduate/bachelors degrees are awarded by a university after four years of full-time study, and lead to graduate level studies.
  4. Graduate/post graduate degrees lead to advanced degrees, diplomas and certificates. A pre-requisite to participate in graduate studies is a bachelors/undergraduate degree (4 years).
  5. M.B.A. programmes will typically require a minimum of two to three years of relevant work experience, GMAT score of 580-600, TOEFL score of 560-600, and a 4 year degree, and are generally 2 years in duration, though a few institutes offer a fast track option.
  6. Pre-requisites to participating in a master's programme is a four year bachelor's degree with high academic standing equivalent to a minimum mid-B grade in Canada (mid 70's); at least two academic letters of reference; and other qualifications as specified, ie., TOEFL, GRE general and/or subject test. Master's programmes generally require two years to complete full time, and usually require a combination of course work and thesis.
  7. Doctorate or Ph.D. is a degree ranking above a master's degree, and generally requires four to seven years to complete full time. A combination of course work, original research, and a thesis is required. Prerequisites are typically a master's degree, although direct entry from a bachelor's degree to a Ph.D. programme may be possible depending on the school and programme. Minimum high-B grade in Canada (high 70's) is required; where relevant, demonstrated research competence equivalent to at least a B+ grade; at least two academic letters of reference; and other qualifications as specified, i.e., TOEFL, GRE general and or subject test.
  8. Post-doctoral programmes are much more specialized, research oriented programmes. One of the most important factors in granting post-doctorate fellowships is the personal network established between the interested applicant and the faculty member within the institution.


Under Graduate Studies :-
CAN$ 20,000 – 25,0000 per annum

Diploma :-
CAN$ 11,000 – 13,000 per annum

Advanced Diploma :-
CAN$ 11,000 – 13,000 per annum

Postgraduate Diploma / Certificate :-
CAN$ 12,000 – 15,000 for the course

MBA :-
approx CAN$ 30,000 for the course

Estimated Living Expenses :-
CAN$8,000 per yr

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