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Study in Canada Questions

  • Quality education.
  • Renowned universities
  • Part time jobs opportunities with study.
  • More Possibility of immigration in Canada for international students.
  • Large no. of courses in English language.
Undergraduate Postgraduate 
FA/Fsc or A levels certificate FA/Fsc or A levels certificate
English language proficiency. Undergraduate degree or masters admission or Graduate degree in an appropriate subject for PhD
Photocopy of your passport or id card English language proficiency.
  Statement of purpose
  Photocopy of your passport or id card


  • Admission confirmation letter from a university

  • Correctly completed application form.

  • Certificate of all previous education record. 

  • Fee payment proof of university (min 1 semester).

  • Pictures and other proof of identity.

  • Bank statement with sufficient fund.

For fall semester generally, the intake is between Jan and April

Whereas Winter intake is between June and September

No, an interview is not compulsory. However medical examination is compulsory. 

  • Canadian Francophonie scholarship program

  • Banting international postdoctoral fellowship.

  • Natural resources in Canada.

  • CGSP postdoctoral fellowship.

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English medium education is the major medium of instruction. International students have to provide the English language proficiency certificate if their first language is not English.


The average cost is CA15,000$ for both graduate and undergraduate international students.

Canadian host universities provide international students both on and off-campus accommodation. Which include:

Student residencies. (dormitories)

Shared Apartments.


As mentioned earlier English medium education is the major medium of instruction. International students have to provide the English language proficiency certificate if their first language is not English. So yes, IELTS or TOFEL is mandatory. 

Yes, students are allowed to work off or on-campus. Students can work 20hours/week and the minimum wage is 10.25$/ hour.

After the graduation student can receive a work permit as long as the program student studied. For example, the program was of 3 years then a student can get a work permit of 3 years.

Canada provides many opportunities after study. Almost 90% of graduates from Canada stay in Canada and get a job within 6 months.

Students are not eligible to apply immediately after graduation.  Unless he applies for the work permit. And have been working in Canada for 2 years. Then he is eligible to apply for permanent PR.

After applying it takes almost 45 days to process.

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