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Indian Students must Know before Applying to Canada: ... Canada has a total of 98 Universities and multiple colleges and institutes. Canada offers great opportunities of work to both, international students, as well as students from Canada. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Study in Canada for Indian Student | Career Abroad (1)

Welcome To Career Abroad Visa and Immigration
Study in Canada for Indian Student
With its range of landscapes, glacial peaks, ice
fields, green vegetation and massive mountains,
there is a long list of Canadian scenic wonders
for students to sight see while studying in the
country. Most visited tourist spots at a quick
glance are the Niagara Falls, the 135 km long
Okanagan Lake with its Ogopogo lake monster, the
Glacier National Park, the Banff National Park
and the Canadian Rockies, to name a few.
Education system in Canada
There are mainly three types of institutions
Public Universities Public universities in
Canada are run by the provincial, territorial or
federal government funding besides receiving the
tuition fees from students.
Private Universities Private universities in
Canada are mostly funded by donations and
research grants. These universities do not
receive funding from the government bodies.  
Liberal Arts Colleges Liberal arts colleges in
Canada are pretty similar to that in the USA.
These are either public or private colleges, with
a primary emphasis on undergraduate courses in
liberal arts.
Why study in Canada?
From natural peaks to skyscrapers, Canada has it
all! Montreal and Toronto are two large cities
that offer just about everything students could
possibly ask for.   Toronto, an ethnically
diverse city is also a major centre of higher
learning and research with many well-known
institutions such as the University of Toronto.
Study options
There are three academic intakes at the
institutions in Canada fall, winter and summer.
Fall lasts from September to December, winter
lasts from January to April and summer lasts from
May to August. Though fall is the primary intake
in most colleges, some colleges do offer a winter
International students are advised to apply at
the earliest, as scholarships and admissions get
more and more competitive closer to the deadline.
A typical application deadline would be 6 to 9
months before your session starts, and it can
vary depending on each department and the subject
of choice. Though deadlines are not flexible,
except for diploma programmes, some institutions
might accept students if seats are available.
  • Students can choose from a number
  • of study programmes
  • Certificate or diploma (One or two years)
  • Advanced diploma (Two or three years)
  • Undergraduate (three or four years)
  • PhD (four or five years with dissertation)
  • Postgraduate (two years)
Cost of studying in Canada
International students can apply for work permit
post their studies, which gives them the
opportunity to work in the country for a
three-year period.
International students can work part time for 20
hours per week generally the first six months
on campus and off campus post this period. Some
universities with more intensive courses allow
their students to work for nearly 12 hours since
working for more hours can affect their
Cost of studying in Canada
Scholarships for international students
Both government and non-government scholarships
are available for international students in
Canada. These include
  • Government scholarships
  • Canada graduate scholarships
  • NSERC postgraduate scholarships
  • Trudeau scholarships and fellowships
  • Canadian Rhodes Scholars Foundation scholarship
  • Non-government scholarships
Benefits of studying in Canada
Students can enjoy an active and varied lifestyle
in this beautiful country, along with great
health-care benefits, and the thing that Canada
is most known for politeness of the
locals. Students will have incredible
opportunities to meet like-minded people and gain
valuable international student experience through
student clubs and organisations.
Benefits of studying in Canada
What is your reason to study in Canada? Is it the
anticipation to visit the country? Or is it the
dream to study in that country? We are here to
guide you with your applications to study at
Canadian universities. Do let us know what
assistance you are looking for, and well be on
the way to answer your queries.
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