Study in Canada

Canada is a popular destination for thousands of international students because of its world-class cities, vast wilderness and a culture of tolerance and diversity. It is ranked as the “best place to live” and the “best place to study” several times and is renowned for working, visiting and investing. It offers excellent campus life and on-campus as well as off-campus job opportunities. The job prospects are good for international students. Research is a key component of Canadian universities and it plays a great role at the forefront of technology. Canada offers an enormous possibility for both learnings as well as leisure. It is a very accommodating country and encourages multicultural diversity.

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USA at a Glance

Canada at a Glance

Canada is the world’s second largest country by area. It offers a high quality of life which is safe and secure. It is an ethnically diverse country and the educational institutions are incubators for innovation. Canada has a lot of islands and big lakes. It is a multicultural melting point for many students coming to study at one place. Canada is a beautiful destination offering snow-sprinkled peaks to vast woodlands of the spectacular wilderness. It has consistently been voted as the most stable economy on the planet. Popular cities are Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary.

Why Study in Canada?

Why Study in Canada?

Canada is home to 25 Nobel laureates and has some of the world’s top universities. According to QS World Ranking, four of the top 100 universities in the world are from Canada. The average tuition cost in Canada is less than that in other countries like the US. Canada has a hassle-free visa application process for students. Work opportunities in Canada are good and students can work there for a limited period of time after graduation. After working in Canada for a few years you can apply for permanent residency in needed.

Popular Universities & Courses

Popular Universities & Courses

Popular Universities

  1. University of Waterloo
  2. Dalhousie University
  3. University of Manitoba
  4. University of Regina
  5. Seneca College
Popular Courses
  1. Mechanical Engineering
  2. Computer Engineering
  3. Electronics/Electrical Engineering
  4. Business Administration
  5. Health Administration
Canada's' Education Cost

Canada's Education Cost

The expenses incurred for studying in Canada can comprise of tuition fees, living costs and insurance etc. The universities set their own fees depending on your location, citizenship and undergraduate or postgraduate level. The average tuition fees for undergraduate students is about CA$ 14,000 per year. The postgraduate courses cost CA$ 42,000 per year. The average cost of living in Canada goes up to CA$10,000-15,000 per year.

Scholarships to Study in Canada

Scholarships to Study in Canada

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Canada's Success Stories

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  • SCHOLARSHIPS
Kshitiz Gupta

Kshitiz Gupta

Admit - University of Waterloo

Course- Bachelors in Computer Science Co-op

Intake- Sept 2016


Swapnil Balbudhe

Swapnil Balbudhe

Admit - Lakehead University

Course - Masters of Engg in Electrical and Computer

Intake- Sept 2016


Aishwarya Akulwar

Aishwarya Akulwar

Admit - George Brown College

Course- Graduate Certificate in Project Management

Intake- Jan 2017