Study in CANADA

Canada’s education system is excellent and ranks among the best in the world. Moreover Canadian tuition fees are among the lowest in English-speaking countries. Canada offers internationally recognized degrees. Canada boasts a wide range of quality educational institutions for both degrees and diplomas in technical and Professional disciplines.
Universities offer a broad range of degrees from undergraduate to doctorate. While Colleges offer a broad range of UG, PG diplomas& applied degrees, which are more vocationally oriented, skill-based, specific and shorter in duration compared to a university degree. These diplomas may have a transfer agreement with universities for students to transfer up to 60 credits and gain entry into the 3rd year of a degree program. A University-College offers both diplomas and degrees.
A significant number of university graduates attend college upon completion of their degree in order to acquire vocational skills for employment.

Study in CANADA:

  • Residency (PR).
  • To work in Canada after graduation.
  • The United Nations ranked Canada as one of the best places in the world to live!
  • Govt. funded institutions / research.
  • Canada's education system is excellent and ranks among the best in the world.
  • The best employment opportunities as per your skills level.
  • As per federal labor law – minimum salary is 10 C$ per hour.
  • A safe, stable country. Medical facility is free.

  • University Colleges.
  • Community Colleges.
  • Masters VS Diploma

    Master of Engineering:

  • Tuition fee is high ( 20-25 lacs)
  • IELTS 6.5 with all bands not less than 6.0
  • Academics 70%
  • No part time jobs
  • Master of Science:

  • No Tuition fee (RA position)
  • IELTS 6.5 with all bands not less than 6.0
  • Academics 70%
  • Diploma:

  • Tuition fee is low (6 lacs)
  • Part time jobs allowed
  • IELTS 6.0 with all band not less than 5.5 with academics 60-65%.
  • Visa:

  • Visa fee is 6,625 ($125)
  • AS A PREFERRED OPTION for proof of funds: A copy of an Educational Loan from an Indian Chartered Bank equivalent to at least 80% of tuition +living + travel expenses for one academic year.
  • Acceptance Letter from a recognized Canadian University / College.
  • Family information form.
  • Representative form ( IMM 5476) (if applicable).
  • SPP vs NON SPP


    SPP stands for Student Partners Program. SPP is designed in partnership between the Canadian Visa Offices in India and The Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC) for the purpose of improving the outcomes of visa applications for Indian students who are aiming for studies abroad. This is India specific Program launched in Apr. 2009. Under SPP Canada, 41 Community colleges across Canada were identified for the year 2011 – 2012 and these were give special category for Visa processing at Canadian High Commission in India.

    Advantages of applying under SPP:

  • Fast visa processing.
  • Very high Visa approval.
  • Advance medicals reports.
  • Quality of the institutions is assured.
  • Less documents required for visa.
  • Income Proof is not required.
  • Requirements for applying under SPP:
  • The student should have a minimum of 50% or ‘C’ grade in their most recently completed degree/diploma.
  • Duly filled application along with Student Questionnaire.
  • Medical examination from an SPP approved Physician is essential prior to submitting the visa application form.
  • The Letter of Acceptance should have planned start date and end date of the program.
  • It is mandatory to give the IELTS and should score a minimum of 6.0.
  • Education loan from an Indian Chartered Bank is mandatory and 80% of tution costs, living for 1 year and travel expenses should be covered from the loan.
  • Processing time of SPP:

    An SPP student visa application takes around 5 to 10 working days.SPP applications should be submitted by 1st of August in order to seek admission for September intake. December 1st is January intake. Indian students can sent their application directly to VFS (Visa Facilitation Services) in New Delhi or Chandigarh.
    To apply under SPP the student should have never been refused a study permit to Canada. If a visa is once refused then the student has to apply outside SPP.

    Non SPP Colleges:

    Canadian Education systems have colleges in both Public sector and Private Sector. There are 150 Colleges in Public sector and of these only 41 colleges are designated as SPP Colleges in Canada. Non SPP College’s doesn’t mean that they are inferior colleges by any standard. If you have admission from Non SPP College and if you are able to provide documentation for Proof funds, their source and income supporting the funds, your chances are equally good but Visa Process could take longer time. With so many students applying for Govt. Colleges, Visa approval rate on Private Colleges is quite low. Universities as such doest come under the preview of the SPP Colleges systems, Visa may not a problem as long as other financial requirements are satisfied.

  • Non SPP Canada applications longer time for processing.
  • Student need to show proof for all the funds he is showing.
  • Also student needs to support the funds with proof income.
  • Processing time 2 to 4weeks.
  • Intakes:

    Fall - Sep to Dec ( Deadline Nov to Mar)
    Winter – Jan to Apr ( May to Nov)
    Spring - May to June

    Cost of Education & Living:

    The cost of education in Canada is between CAD$8000-10000 for Undergraduate Courses and between CAD$ 10000-14000 for Post-Graduate Courses. The cost of living is approximately CAD$8000–10000 per year, this covers all the living expenses; including accommodation, food, travel, books, clothes and entertainment.
    Education loan for 80% of the first year of expenses is compulsory to consider an application under SPP.

    Job Opportunities:
  • Lots of Part time jobs available.
  • Minimum wage rate 10 Can Dollars /hr.
  • 20 hrs/week during term time.
  • Full time job opportunity good.

    The history of invention in Canada has followed a long and noble path. Canadian inventors have patented more than one million inventions. Some of the best inventions by Canadian inventors are Insulin, Telephone, Light bulb, Five-pin bowling, Wonder bra, artificial pacemaker, Zipper, Electric Wheelchair & others.
    Canada has the ninth largest economy in the world (measured in US dollars at market exchange rates), is one of the world's wealthiest nations, and is a member of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and Group of Eight (G8). As with other developed nations, the Canadian economy is dominated by the service industry, which employs about three quarters of Canadians. Canada is unusual among developed countries in the importance of the primary sector, with the logging and oil industries being two of Canada's most important. Canada also has a sizable manufacturing sector, centered in Central Canada, with the automobile industry especially important.


    Canada's culture is a funny thing. Many people in Canada maintain that Canada doesn't really have a culture at all, but borrows heavily from French, British and American culture to create own sense of identity. There are aspects in Canadian society that can be said are uniquely Canadian, such as hockey or our entertainment scene.
    Being polite and courteous to a fault is something that is attributed to Canadians. They also have a reputation for being level-headed thinkers, and they certainly love peace and would prefer to argue than fight physically.