Canadian Degree is as widely recognized as any other international degree. In fact, 12 of the Canadian Universities ranked among the top 200 universities of the world. Canada offers a world class education with highly recognized degree at less expense than most countries. If you want to broaden your horizon and want to experience something new, Canada is the place for you to be Every year, more than 200,000 international students choose Canada as their study destination. After they start studying in Canada they realize it very soon that it’s a solid return on your educational investment. Canada not only has best education to offer but also provides a quality of life too, which was labelled by UN. Canada graduate more doctorates every year than any other nations.

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Capital City: Ottawa

Language: English, French

Currency: CAD (Canadian Dollar)

Population: 35 million

Area: 9,984,670 km²

International students: More than 250,000

Academic Year: September – June

  • Business and Finance. Business and finance form the foundations of any nation’s economy.
  • Computer Science and IT.
  • Engineering.
  • Health and Medicine.
  • Media & Journalism.

Studying in Canada is cheaper than studying in the UK or the US. The tuition fee depends on the institution you are applying for, so make sure to check their pages as well.

The average costs are given below:

    • Canadian undergraduate degree costs- $17000 to $23,000 per year
    • Canadian graduate and doctoral degree costs- $13500 to $22000 per year


In addition to the tuition fees mentioned above, you should also consider accommodation and living costs. On-campus accommodation for the first year of studies is recommended to international students.

Off-campus accommodation will vary depending on the type of accommodation and area (on average of $750-$1600 per month depending on locations).

Total living costs are in the range of $12000-$15000 per year including accommodation, bills, food, books, transportation and entertainment though this will differ depending on your individual necessities and lifestyle.

Depending on which program you choose to study and where you live, expect your total costs for the year including tuition to be around $28000-$40000


Once you have decided an institution and course to study in Canada, you need to apply for admission. We have certified and experienced counselors who can help you choose the right course, level and institution based on your academic, financial and professional history.


The Canadian Institutions typically start in August or September i.e. on the fall while some institutions have provisions for January intake as well. To be on the safe side for timely admission and visa, it is always better to apply and arrange for admission at least 4 to 5 months before the commencement date of your course. Each institution has its own deadline and so students must check the particular course and institution’s deadlines carefully.


To apply for admission, you need to bring the following supporting documents:

  • Previous and current academic certificates/ transcripts, character and provisional certificates.
  • Evidence of your English language proficiency (IELTS/TOEFL/PTE).
  • A valid Passport
  • Work experience reference letter issued by employer (if a candidate has some working experience)
  • 2 to 3 letters of recommendation from the officials of previously attended academic institution (depending on the requirement of the said institution)


The complete institution’s application form and supporting documents should be sent to the International Admission Office of the Canadian institution you are applying. This has to be sent to a university approved by Canadian government to issue an acceptance letter for you. Once you have met the admissions conditions, the institution will send an unconditional letter of acceptance for studies.


You must also provide evidence of funding to pay for both your course tuition fees and your monthly living costs. You normally need to provide a proof of access of $10000 in addition to your tuition fee if you are applying outside of Quebec and $11000 in addition to tuition fees if applying inside Quebec.

You can prove your funds with:

  • proof of a Canadian bank account in your name, if you have transferred money to Canada
  • Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) from a participating Canadian financial institution
  • proof of a student/education loan from a bank
  • your bank statements for the past four months
  • a bank draft that can be converted to Canadian dollars
  • proof you paid tuition and housing fees
  • a letter from the person or school giving you money or
  • proof of funding paid from within Canada, if you have a scholarship or are in a Canadian-funded educational program.


You will need following documents to start your online application or paper application for a student permit to Canada.

  • Unconditional letter of acceptance from the institution and any original documents referenced by your institution on that letter.
  • Proof of financial abilities.
  • Proof of relationship to your parents if the above funds are held under a parent’s name. (You can also submit one of the following original documents: birth certificate or adoption certificate and a letter from your parent(s) or legal guardian(s) providing consent for you to use the money)
  • Police certificate (character clearance)
  • Health examination report (Medical report) if applicable.
  • Letter of explanation that helps the visa officer to understand you and your goals. It should explain why you want to study in Canada, and that you understand the responsibilities as a student.