Study In
Canada

Over the years, Canada has become one of the most, if not the most, sought-after destinations in the world for higher education. Many prospective international students seek to study in Canada primarily because of the quality of life and education offered in this country. In fact, Canada boasts of globally-recognized degrees as well as the lowest tuition fees among all the English-speaking countries.

Other reasons that persuade students to go to Canada are the multicultural environment as well as the secure career options available there (Post Graduation Work Permit Programs). Students will find it easy to adapt to the culture of this country due to the sheer influence and presence of an Indian diaspora and culture. Thus, it becomes important to look into the details of this prospect to understand why it’s a good option to study in Canada from India.

Highlights About
Canada

NAME:

The Dominion of Canada

LANGUAGE:
English and French are the official languages; however, Allophones (those who speak neither) speak mainly Punjabi, Spanish, and Mandarin.
POPULATION:

38-39 Lakh (as of December 2021)

CAPITAL:

Ottawa

RELIGION:
Christianity (Catholicism, Protestantism and its constituents, Anglicism, United Church of Canada constituents), Judaism, Hinduism, Sikhism, Islam, Buddhism, Paganism, Wiccansim, Scientology, New Age Spiritualism, Irreligion, Agnosticism, and Atheism
CURRENCY:

Canadian Dollar ($)

Facts about
Canada

1

With almost 100 public universities covering different disciplines, Canada has been accorded to be the most educated country in the world.

2

Along with English and French, Punjabi is also the official language of Canada. It was announced as one in 2016.

3

On average, there are a total of 3 intakes in Canadian universities; January intake (applications open till May), May (applications open till September), and September (applications open till January).

4

After completing their Post-graduation, graduates can apply for Post Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP). They can apply for a work permit in Canada under this program.

5

A Study Visa of Canada will be valid for the entirety of the study program plus an extra 90 days. During the latter part, individuals can apply for an extension or complete the formalities to leave Canada.

6

The highest number of foreign/international students who come to study in Canada, come from India, which contributes to 34% of the total enrollees.

7

The cost of living in Canada is lower than that of the UK, France, and the Netherlands to name a few. A student needs to pump out around CAD 700-800 (INR 40,000-50,000)

8

In the last decade, there were almost 2 million jobs created in Canada.

9

A large part of the workforce in Canada is derived from foreigners/immigrants.

10

The Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships Scholarship ($140,000 for 2 years.) is for international students to complete their postgraduate studies education in disciplines like health research, social sciences, and natural sciences. The IDRC Research Awards Scholarship is for students from developing countries for masters/doctoral degrees at an accredited university in Canada.

11

The city of Quebec in Canada is the only walled city in all of North America.

12

There’s actually a currency in Canada called the “Loonie” (as it has a loon i.e. a duck/waterfowl type creature) and costs 1 Canadian $. There’s also a “Toonie” costing 2 Canadian $.

13

Canada has 2 national sports: “Ice Hockey” for the winters and “Lacrosse” for the summers.

14

A small boy named his bear “Winnie” after seeing a black bear in the London Zoo that was given this name after Winnipeg (Ontario, Canada). This boy was Christopher and his father A.A Milne gave the name Winnie to the character he created. This character was “Winnie The Pooh” and the boy with whom this character had his experiences was named Christopher Robin (after Milne’s son’s name).

Top Courses to Study
in Canada

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Master of Accounting

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

B.A (Hons.) in Business Management

Master of Management

Bachelor of Business Technology Management

Masters in Management Analytics

B.Com in Management Studies

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Master of Accounting

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

B.A (Hons.) in Business Management

Master of Management

Bachelor of Business Technology Management

Masters in Management Analytics

B.Com in Management Studies

Career Scope for
Students

  • Chief Marketing Officer


  • Operations Manager


  • Accounts Manager


  • Business Manager


  • HR Specialist


  • Marketing Associate


  • Management Consultant


  • Accountant


  • Administrative Assistant


  • Project Coordinator


  • Government Sector Engineer


  • Project Manager


  • Structural Engineer


  • Transportation Engineer


  • Architect


  • Engineering Inspector/Regulatory Officer


  • Geotechnical Engineer


  • Biomedical Engineer


  • Electrical Engineer


  • Mining Engineering


  • Software Developer


  • IT Analyst


  • Security Analyst and Architect


  • Data Science Specialist


  • Network Engineer


  • Business Systems Analyst


  • VFX artist


  • Digital Media Specialist


  • Quality Assurance Analyst


  • Blockchain Engineer


  • General Practitioner


  • Pharmacist


  • Veterinarian


  • Registered Nurse (RN)


  • Psychologist


  • Anesthesiologist


  • Occupational Therapist


  • Medical Administrator


  • Pediatrician


  • Dermatologist


Chief Marketing Officer


Operations Manager


Accounts Manager


Business Manager


HR Specialist


Marketing Associate


Management Consultant


Accountant


Administrative Assistant


Project Coordinator


Government Sector Engineer


Project Manager


Structural Engineer


Transportation Engineer


Architect


Engineering Inspector/Regulatory Officer


Geotechnical Engineer


Biomedical Engineer


Electrical Engineer


Mining Engineering


Software Developer


IT Analyst


Security Analyst and Architect


Data Science Specialist


Network Engineer


Business Systems Analyst


VFX artist


Digital Media Specialist


Quality Assurance Analyst


Blockchain Engineer


General Practitioner


Pharmacist


Veterinarian


Registered Nurse (RN)


Psychologist


Anesthesiologist


Occupational Therapist


Medical Administrator


Pediatrician


Dermatologist


Eligibility Criteria for
Courses

UG Courses for Study Abroad

Students need to score a minimum of 65% in their 10+2. Students scoring less than this can apply for Diploma and Foundation courses.

Additionally, they need a minimum IELTS score of 6.0-6.5 percentile

In many cases, universities may also conduct exams like the TOEFL, GRE, or GMAT. (in case of the TOEFL, minimum score should be 83 for the internet-based test and 550 with a 5 on the TWE in case of the paper based test)

A gap period shall be backed by acceptable reasoning on paper

Only those having a Letter of Recommendation (LORs) are eligible for admission

An SOP (Statement of Purpose) is also required to be eligible

PG Courses for Study Abroad

Students need a bachelor’s degree and academic transcripts as proof of the marks of students.

Additionally, they need a minimum IELTS score of 6.0-6.5 percentile

There’s no limit on the gap taken by students after completion of their undergraduate courses. However, the gap needs to be justified on paper.

Only those having a Letter of Recommendation (LORs) are eligible for admission

An SOP (Statement of Purpose) is also required to be eligible

UG Courses for Study Abroad

PG Courses for Study Abroad

Students need to score a minimum of 65% in their 10+2. Students scoring less than this can apply for Diploma and Foundation courses

Students need a bachelor’s degree and academic transcripts as proof of the marks of students

Additionally, they need a minimum IELTS score of 6.0-6.5 percentile

Additionally, they need a minimum IELTS score of 6.0-6.5 percentile

In many cases, universities may also conduct exams like the TOEFL, GRE, or GMAT. (in case of the TOEFL, minimum score should be 83 for the internet-based test and 550 with a 5 on the TWE in case of the paper based test)
There’s no limit on the gap taken by students after completion of their undergraduate courses. However, the gap needs to be justified on paper

A gap period shall be backed by acceptable reasoning on paper.

Only those having a Letter of Recommendation (LORs) are eligible for admission

Only those having a Letter of Recommendation (LORs) are eligible for admission

An SOP (Statement of Purpose) is also required to be eligible

An SOP (Statement of Purpose) is also required to be eligible

Note: For further details as well as the latest changes/updations in the eligibility criteria, students can log on to the official websites of the concerned universities or consult their respective MBBS Abroad Consultants.

Top Colleges in Canada
Fee Structure

Cost of study in Canada for Indian students

University of Waterloo


INR 25-45 Lacs per year

University of Manitoba


INR 10-18 Lacs per year

University of Regina


INR 5-15 Lacs per year

University of Windsor


INR 15-20 Lacs per year

Thompson Rivers University


INR 12-15 Lacs per year

University Canada West


INR 10-12 Lacs per year

Conestoga College


INR 9-15 Lacs per year

George Brown College


INR 9-15 Lacs per year

Humber College


INR 9-15 Lacs per year

Seneca College


INR 9-15 Lacs per year

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