Canada has emerged as an exceptionally popular study destination amongst the students; it is because of the wide variety of opportunities available, good standard of living, less expensive than US, Europe, excellent quality of education and globally recognised universities and institutions. Some of the best universities in Canada are also a part of world’s top 100 institutions.

It wouldn’t be wrong to say that the rewards of studying in a country like Canada are enormous but the cost is minimal, Canada offers some really good scholarship opportunities for international students and also have good international student support system. The students are given many facilities from the universities, internals clubs or committees and from academic advisors.

Canada provides students a much needed proper balance of academics and leisure. It also has plethora of activities like visiting Niagara falls, mountain climbing, and of course witnessing the northern lights, all these things definitely makes Canada an remarkable country for students.


The tuition fees highly depend on the kind of degree and course the student decides to pursue. The application fees for international student costs somewhere around $250 plus some student services a fee which is close to $1000.
A diploma would cost approximately $CAD 10,000 to $CAD 25,000 per year
An advance diploma would cost approximately $CAD $15,000 to $CAD 27,000 annually
A PG diploma would cost somewhere between $CAD 14,000 to $CAD 26,000 per year
An undergraduate degree would cost approximately. $CAD 20,000 to $CAD 45,000
A master’s degree will cost somewhere between $CAD 20,000 to $CAD 45,000
Other expenses in Canada are comparatively low than US, UK, Europe. Hence the living cost is generally around $CAD 5,000 to $CAD 15,000/ per year apart from the transportation cost which is $CAD 80 to $CAD 100 on monthly basis this totally depends the accommodation, location and lifestyle. Public transports in Canada have a really good network and also have many discounts for students.

Some o the best scholarships available for Indian students

  • Shastra Indo-Canadian Institute
  • Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan
  • Ontario Graduate Scholarship Program
  • National Research Council of Canada (NRCC)
  • Quebec Provincial Government Scholarship
  • Ontario Trillium Scholarship
  • Partnership Grants by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
  • Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships


  • MBA
  • Computer science
  • Business and management
  • Engineering management
  • Agriculture science
  • Digital Media and journalism
  • Hospitality
  • Architecture


Most of the students going from developing companies are attracted by the opportunity to learn and earn at the same time, this not only gives them a opportunity to support themselves but also get a feel of job environment of Canada, it also helps them in building good communication skills and also learn essentials skills like teamwork and coordination. Canada also has a very steady job market as compared to various other nations of the world

International students can work up to 20 hours per week during the session or their studies and can work up to 40 hours during the official break or vacations. Canada’s high commission have a dear policy against graduated students and hence they allow international students to get their work experience after are done with the studies and there is absolutely no restriction on the type of job. International students who have studied for at least 16 months may become eligible for 3 years extension on the other hand students who have completed a total of 8 moths may become eligible for the extension of 1 year.

It has been observed that students who have been studying in Canada for at least 2 years have more chances of getting selected for the job. The students have the option of applying for a temporary residency (for work and study) and also for permanent residence, usually students apply for both. This allows students to stay there, work, study and collect points for getting permanent residency. This makes Canada a preferred destination for most Indian students who wish to get PR after their studies.


  • Passport
  • Birth certificated notarized
  • Two photograph
  • Proof of tuition fee payment
  • Original receipt of visa fee
  • Original interview appointment letter
  • Original IELTS certificate
  • Work experience (if applicable)
  • A personal statement for study permit in Canada
  • Visa application forms
  • Police certificate
  • All original educational documents (transcripts, certificates)

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