Study in Canada

  • What is the difference between University and College in Canada?

    ➢ In Canada, the most important difference between a college and university education is the qualification you will hold after graduating and the types of jobs for which you will qualify. Positions offered by the government...
  • What is the eligibility criteria for Canada Study Visa?

    UG Programs➢Minimum Grade 12 with 55-60% for Diplomas and 65-70 % for BachelorsDegree.➢IELTS score of minimum 6.0 with no band less than 6.0 bands for SDS and 6.0 with no band less than 5.5 for non SDSinstit...
  • What is the eligibility criteria for Canadian Universities?

    Each university has its own entrance requirements and will judge you on an individual basis. The university will map your academic credentials. There is no nationwide set of entrance exams. For more details about this or any other part of the a...
  • What is the difference between a University and a College?

    To study at a Canadian University, you must first be accepted in a program of study by a recognized Canadian university. Once you have determined which universities meet your needs, contact the registrar’s office at each institution to ob...
  • What are the Language Requirements?

    You have to be proficient in English or French, depending on the University you choose. Most English universities require a score of 560 + on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or a score of 70 on the Canadian Academic English La...
  • Is health insurance required?

    You will have to arrange for medical coverage before you arrive in Canada. Medical coverage varies from province to province and sometimes from university to university within each province. Please check with us for detailed information. Also, ...
  • What is the time span to earn a degree?

    A bachelor’s or undergraduate degree takes three to four years to complete. All honours programs require a high level of achievement and concentration in the subject. An honours degree is generally a forerunner for admission into graduate...
  • What is the difference between University and College in Canada?

    In Canada the most important difference between a college and university education are the qualification you will hold after graduating and the types of jobs for which you will qualify Positions offered by the government and large private...
  • What are the maximum number of backlogs accepted by Canadian institutions?

    The maximum number of backlogs accepted varies depending on the individual criterion of Canadian institutions Generally, colleges accept backlogsranging from 6 8 Some institutions like Conestoga College,Fairlei...
  • What is the eligibility criteria for working in Canada?

    All international students may work on campus Graduate or research work completed at facilities associated with your institution (such as hospitals) also meets the definition of “on-campus” In order to work off-...
  • What are the housing options?

    Most universities offer the option to live on-campus either in residences designated for international students or in residences generally available to all students on campus. However, acceptance at a Canadian school does not ensure accommodati...
  • Is 15 years Education acceptable for Masters?

    All the Technical Master’s programs require 16 years of Education. There are few institutions accepting 15 years of education for MBA programs. 15 years of education is generally acceptable for all PG Diplomas ex...
  • What are the Scholarship Opportunities in Canada?

    Students having an academic percentage of 75% and above may be awarded scholarships by the institution....
  • Are there any Institutions accepting Distance Learning in Canada?

    Distance Learning is acceptable in Canada by few Institutions as listed below:Thompson Rivers UniversityVancouver Island UniversityConestoga CollegeFanshawe CollegeCanado...
  • What is the living cost?

    The cost of living in Canada is moderate, compared with other countries. Some prices of typical goods and services are as follows (in US dollars): One month’s lodging, one-bedroom apartment: $400 Bus fare, one way: $1.5...
  • Is the degree globally recognized?

    A degree from a Canadian University is recognized around the world and is usually equivalent to an American degree or a degree from another Commonwealth country. Professional and specialized programs such as medicine, nursing and engineering ar...
  • What is the eligibility criteria for Canada?

    UG ProgramsMinimum Grade 12 with 55 60% for Diplomas and 65 70 for Bachelors Degree.IELTS Score of minimum 6.0 with no band less than 6.0 bands for SDS and 6.0with no band less than 5.5 for non...
  • What is Custodianship?

    The age of majority is different in each province and territory in Canada, although it is usually 18 or 19 years of age Anyone under the age of majority is considered to be a minorUnaccompanied minors wishing to obtain...
  • Notarized Documents for Application Process Visa

    Notarized documents are not compulsory and are required by some of the Canadian colleges only.Before accepting any documents from the student one should always check the originals to avoid any chances of fake documents...
  • What is the difference between Co op and Internship?

    Co-operative education programs, commonly referred to as co-ops andinternships both provide students with the opportunity to gain work experience in their career fieldsCo-ops provide students with a more in-depth and extensive...
  • What is the difference between S1 and SW visa?

     S1 is study only Visa. SW1 is study and work visa.(Usually given to those students who are going for a Co-op program)....
  • Who all can sponsor a student for Canada visa?

     Student’s parents should ideally sponsor them for Visa. The sponsor can also be the students themselves, spouse, siblings, paternal and maternal grandparents. Third party sponsorship should not be more t...
  • What is CAQ?

     Québec Certificate of Acceptance ( International students whoseprogram in Québec lasts more than six months should be authorized to study by the ministère de l'Immigration, de la Diversité et de l'Inclusion (MIDI)....
  • Financial Documents for Visa

     I.T. return of last 2 years Form 16 (If working) Bank balance in Saving Account (updated statement required)  PF/PPF/GPF Statement All types of Postal Investment All types of Fixed Deposit...
  • Q: What is the capital of Canada?

    Ottawa is the capital of Canada...
  • Q: How many Provinces are there in Canada?

    There are 10 Provinces in Canada....
  • Q: How many Territories are there in Canada?

    A: There are 3 Territories in Canada....
  • About Canada

    • Canada is the second-largest country in the world.• Area of 99 lakh square kilometers with a population of around 36 million.Culture & Society• Land of Immigrants.• Multicultural Society.̶...
  • Q: Why Study in CANADA?

    • Qualifications valued around the world.• Affordable education.• Multicultural society.• Healthy and safe communities.• Possibility of paid internships while studying.• Post-study work visa and...