Study to Immigrate
- Students Between Ages of 17 and 31
- High School Students
- College and University Students
- Admission from world class institutions
- Scholarship Offers from Colleges and Universities
- Immigration Planning
Qualifications valued around the world
Canada’s high academic standards and rigorous quality controls mean that you’ll be earning a high-quality education that will open doors for your future and benefit your career over the long term. A Canadian degree, diploma or certificate is globally recognized as being equivalent to those obtained from the United States or Commonwealth countries.
The quality of education and living standards in Canada are amongst the highest in the world, but the cost of living and tuition fees for international students are generally lower than in other countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom. As such, Canada is often the preferred choice for students attending college or university.
With almost all of the world’s ethnic groups represented in Canada, it’s hard not to find ethnic foods and recreation activities associated with specific cultures. In fact, your international student advisor can help you get in touch with any number of ethnic clubs and associations for you to join while you’re here.
Healthy and safe communities
While you may have heard of or experienced Canadians’ friendly and open nature, you may not have known that the United Nations consistently ranks Canada as one of the best places in the world to live. As an international student in Canada, you’ll enjoy all of the same freedoms which protect Canadians – respect for human rights, equality, and a stable and peaceful society.
World-class language education
Did you know that Canada is a bilingual country and is considered a world leader in language training? Since teaching French and English as a first and second language is an integral part of a Canadian education, you will be able to improve your fluency and capacity for either language as you further your studies.
Exciting campus lifestyle
Canada’s post-secondary campuses aren’t only wired with the latest in sophisticated technology, but countless other modern amenities as well. From Olympic-quality sports facilities to public concert halls and art galleries, Canada’s post-secondary campuses offer you enormous possibilities for learning and leisure. Plus, you’ll have incredible opportunities to meet like-minded individuals and gain valuable experience through student-run governments, radio, newspapers, and businesses.
Possibility of immigration
Did you know that some international students with Canadian credentials and Canadian work experience may apply for permanent residency without having to leave Canada?
1- Elementary and Secondary Education
Canada’s elementary and secondary schools follow a government curriculum, ensuring a high level of quality and a focus on individual student needs. This successful environment is highly acclaimed as school students excel in science, reading, and mathematics: Canadian students have consistently been among the top 5 academic performers in the world and number 1 among English-speaking countries in reading, mathematics, and science. Students may choose from public or private school options.
In addition to the high quality of teaching, Canadian schools provide students with a nurturing environment through student services and pedagogical services such as; counseling, academic and professional advisers, community involvement, second language support, special needs learning, tutorial sessions and extracurricular activities.
General Features of Canadian Schools
- Elementary schools are grades 1 – 6.
- Secondary schools are grades 7 – 12 in most provinces.
- The school year runs from September – June.
- Canadian high school diplomas are recognized by colleges and universities worldwide.
- English as a Second Language (ESL) courses are available to support international students
2- Language Schools
Canada is a bilingual country, a community of immigrants and a world leader in English and French language training. A wide variety of programs will improve your fluency and capacity for further study, personal development or business training.
General Features of Language Schools
- Private schools and colleges are dedicated to teaching English and French, often exclusively to international students.
- Specialized language training is also available in subject areas like business English, academic preparation, etc.
- For tuition fees, the approximate cost is often CAD 500 per week.
- Homestays are also a popular option and cost approximately CAD 900 per month.
3- The College System
Colleges work very closely with business and industry to ensure that their programs are relevant to the changing workplace and to the needs of employers. Canadian college programs offer diverse options in the technical and professional fields including business, agriculture and agri-food, health, social services, broadcasting and journalism, hospitality management, design, technology, sciences, information technology, engineering, environment, languages, and arts.
General Features of College System
- Over 8,000 college programs at 135 public institutions offer credentials that are approved by provincial and territorial governments.
- Programs vary in length from a few months to 4 years.
- 90% of college graduates, on average, obtain employment within 6 months of graduating.
- 93% of employers are satisfied with college graduates in Canada
- Practical programs are designed with potential employers that also offer work placements.
- Tuition fees range from CAD 5,500 to CAD 15,000 per year depending on the program.
- Boarding or homestay and living costs are estimated at CAD 7,000 to CAD 13,000 per year.
Canadian universities prepare graduates with the ability to think critically, to be adaptive to emerging technologies, to become leaders in professional fields and to seek solutions in research. Whether you want to become a teacher, economist, artist or the world’s leading nanotechnologist, Canada’s university system will provide you with the choice that fits your interest. Universities offer three levels of degrees: Bachelor’s (three or four years of undergraduate study), Master’s (one or two years of study after the bachelor’s degree), Doctoral (three years of study including a thesis, usually after the master’s degree).
General Features of College System
- There are more than 15,000 undergraduate and graduate degree programs at 100 public and private not-for-profit universities and university-degree-level colleges.
- Degrees follow the Bachelor/Master/Doctorate system and are equivalent to those in the U.S. and Commonwealth countries.
- Vast choice of undergraduate and post-graduate programs, as well as professional designations, certificate and diploma courses, and short career-focused programs.
- Tuition fees range from CAD 7,000 to CAD 29,000 per year, depending on the program.
How much does it cost to study abroad in Canada?
Studying in Canada is a rewarding investment in your future with access to a premier education, exciting cross-cultural experiences, and a globally recognized degree. Not unlike going to school in your own country, university or college in Canada for international students requires some degree of planning and financial commitment before you arrive, and while you are here.
Studying abroad can be expensive, but Canada offers the lowest tuition rates for foreign students compared to the U.K., Australia, New Zealand and the U.S.
This means you can pursue your studies in a globally recognized program of your choice at one of Canada’s top universities for nearly half of what it would cost to attend an equally reputable program at a private U.S. university.
If you are planning to study in Canada, you will need somewhere to live. Many schools offer on-campus housing ranging from shared condominiums to dormitory-style housing. The cost for these may or may not include a meal plan and or other utilities such as phone and Internet connection.
If you choose to live off-campus, prices may be lower but will include the additional cost of furnishings, hydro, electricity and/or other miscellaneous expenses.
Other costs of living
Student life isn’t all about studying. Whether you want to head out with friends, travel to the other side of the country, or explore the many cultural events our cities have to offer, you’ll need to set aside some extra spending money.
Some international students choose to study and work in Canada to help cover the cost of these extra expenses.
Step 1- Fill Out Our Assessment Form
Let us know more about you and your educational needs. The preliminary step is to assess your circumstances and determine if there is anything we can do to assist you.
Step 2- Institution Selection
We will assist you to select the best institution choices based on your expectation, needs, and current academic standing.
Step 3- Institution Application
We will handle Registration, communication and placement procedures with your selected Institutions.
Step 4- File Preparation
After getting Admission, we will provide you with instructions concerning the forms and documents required in your particular case.
Step 5- Review
We will review all forms and documents forwarded to us by you. You will be advised if any improvements or corrections are needed.
Step 6- Submission
Once we have determined your application is ready for submission we will draft legal submissions on your behalf to present your case to the visa officer.
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Why Study to Immigrate
Canada has a well-established position as one of the world’s leading study destinations. The most popular Canadian provinces for international students are Ontario, British Columbia, and Quebec. These provinces are home to many of the top schools, colleges, and universities in Canada. Many graduates from these institutions are eligible to apply for a post-graduation work permit (PGWP). This permits the holder to work for any employer anywhere in Canada for up to three years after graduation.
Work experience gained on a PGWP may help a graduate to work towards an application for Canadian Permanent Residency, particularly through programs such as the Canadian Experience Class and certain Provincial Nominee Programmes (PNPs).