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    Canada Education Consultants – Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat & V.V. Nagar

    Canada is second largest Country in the World. Highest Industrialized Countries of the world. Canada has ranked 35th in population with 35 million people in the country.

    Canada has worldwide reputation as quality education as quality education provider. Canada also has one of the fastest growing economies of the world. Canada ranks among the 10 leading manufacturing nations and has also experienced tremendous growth in the technology and service industries. Canadian degrees and diploma are recognized throughout the world. Canadian work experience is highly desirable by multi – national companies who actively recruit on Canadian campuses.

    Why study in Canada

    • High Quality Education
      High-quality education
    • Affordability
      Affordability
    • Secure Living Environment
      Secure living environment
    • Great Immigration Possibilities
      Great immigration possibilities
    • Employment of Freedom While Studying
      Employment of freedom while studying
    • An excellent nature, technology, and cultural mix
      An excellent nature, technology, and cultural mix
    • Superb Standard of Living
      Superb standard of living
    • Wide Range of Available Courses
      Wide range of available courses
    • A degree valued across the globe
      A degree valued across the globe

    Facts

    • Apply through one and only Canadian – CARE (Canadian Academic Advisors Representing Excellence) Certified agent in north Gujarat.
    • As per Federal labour law min salary is 11$/hr.
    • Students can work 20 hours during study and full time in vacation.
    • Very high visa success ratio under SPP rules.
    • Earliest and fastest permanent residency possibilities after study.
    • Many type of program offer (Diploma, Advance diploma, Post-graduation diploma).
    • Exciting campus life style.
    • Study 1 year and get permit for 1 year, study 2 year or more and get work permit up to 3 years.
    • No need to show bank balance or IT returns.
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    Canada Qualification Framework

    The education system in Canada differs from state to state. Generally, the system constitutes four different levels namely,

    • Pre-elementary/Kindergarten
    • Primary
    • Secondary
    • Post-secondary

    Intake

    September is the primary intake. The application closing date for universities is around February and for community colleges is around May. January – February is the secondary intake for which the closing dates are in October – November universities. May is a minor intake.
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    INSTITUTION

    Students coming to Canada have over 90 degree granting universities, 175 community colleges, private language schools and corporate training facilities.

    Canada offers SPP program for Indian students in admission and visa process.

    List of Top Universities
    to Study in Canada

    • University of Alberta
    • University of British Columbia
    • University of Toronto
    • McGill University
    • University of Calgary
    • University of Montreal
    • University of Ottawa
    • McMaster University

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    List of Trending Courses
    to Study in Canada

    • Computer Science and IT
    • Business and Finance
    • Engineering
    • Agricultural Science and Forestry
    • Medicine and Healthcare
    • Media and Journalism

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    Scholarship Options to Study in Canada

    Of course, Canada is a craved destination for many international students aspiring to study abroad. However, the dream does not come true for all due to the lack of sufficient funds. Luckily, many scholarship options are provided by the Canadian government, institutes, and universities to help economically unstable students to manage funds for their studies. However, a student must meet the required eligibility criteria to take advantage of the same. The most striking scholarship options available in Canada are as under

    Government and Non-government Scholarships

    • Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships
    • IDRC Research Awards
    • Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship Program
    • Canada Memorial Scholarship
    • Trudeau Scholarships and Fellowships
    • NSERC Postgraduate Scholarships
    • Anne Vallee Ecological Fund


    University-specific Scholarships

    • Dalhousie University Scholarships
    • Carleton University Awards for International Students
    • McGill University Scholarships and Student Aid
    • Queen’s University International Scholarships
    • UBC Graduate Scholarships and so on.

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    Post-study work options in Canada

    The Canadian government allows you to stay back in the country and get valuable employment experience after you complete your degree. The prerequisite is – you must acquire a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) to work for any Canadian employer.

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    Expense Vs Earning

    • Expense
    • Earning

    Taking admission to a Canadian university requires financial planning. In addition to managing your tuition fees, you have to handle other prominent expenses too. This includes accommodation, stationery, medical insurance, transportation, food, etc. Your cost of living in Canada depends on many factors and can vary on the basis of the city where you live, the institute or university you choose, and so on.

    Below is given a breakdown of prime expenditures you are likely to manage while studying in Canada.

    • Cost of Studying in Canada
    • Tuition Fees
    • Other Expenditures
    • Cost of Living in Canada
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    Depending on their eligibility, many international students have the privilege to work part-time (up to 20 hours per week) while they study in Canada. The main industries offering part-time work to international students include

    • Hospitality
    • Travel
    • Tourism
    • Food service
    • Sales and telemarketing
    • Retail
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    FAQS

    01 What immigration programs are available for the students who want to permanently settle in Canada?

    There are many programs including Federal Skilled Worker Program, Provincial Nominee Programs, Quebec Immigration Options, and Post-Graduation Work Permits that can help international students to permanently settle in Canada.

    02 Can I visit Canada before I make a decision to study there?

    Yes definitely. A temporary resident visa and an electronic travel authorization are the two options that can help you.

    03 What if my study permit application gets refused?

    You can apply for a new study permit with the help of a new application.

    04 Is a study permit mandatory for all courses?

    Yes, a study permit is mandatory for an international student.

    05 What is the difference between a study permit and a visa? Do I need both to study in Canada?

    A study permit is a document that only allows you to study in a Canadian school or university. It does not allow you to enter Canada. To cross the Canadian boundaries, you require a visa along with a study permit.

    06 Are there any scholarship options available for international students in Canada?

    Yes, there are many private, government, and private institutions that provide scholarships to international studying in Canada. However, you need to meet certain eligibility criteria to leverage the same.

    07 How long does it take to acquire a Canadian student visa or study permit?

    The processing time is not the same for all applications. It varies depending on the type of application you submit. To know your application’s estimated processing time, you can connect with our explicit team of Canada education consultants.

    08 Do I need a work permit to work in Canada during my studies?

    No, you do not require a study permit to work in Canada during your studies. However, the number of working hours will be restricted.

    09 What is the minimum IELTS band requirement to obtain a Canada student visa?

    Minimum 6 bands should be attained to acquire a Canada student visa successfully.