Study In Canada

Study in Canada

The UN ranked Canada as one of the best places to live in the world – thanks to its education system, national income and quality of life. Studying courses in Canada could also help you learn a new language – or two – as Canada has two official languages, English and French.

Your choice to study abroad in Canada could be based on many factors, however the main advantages are obvious. Universities in Canada offer a proven top-class education, with no less than 12 Canadian Universities making into the Times Higher Education Supplement Top 200. Think how many universities there are in the world to put that into perspective.

Study in Canada does come with the added perk of allowing you to work part-time during your studies, which will come in extremely handy not only extra cash-wise, but also to add all-important skills and experience to your CV. You are also able to work for a year after you graduate. You generally won’t need a work permit if you have a valid study permit, which being an international student you should have, but do check this out depending on the job you choose.

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FAQ's About Canada

You can apply for the University without IELTS. If the university request IELTS as a condition in offer letter then you will have to do IELTS.
Canada Student permit allow full-time international students enrolled at designated institutions in certain programs to work part-time off campus and full-time during scheduled school breaks without a work permit.
To work in Canada after you graduate, you must apply for a work permit under the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP). If you want to stay in Canada as a permanent resident after you graduate, there are a number of programs available, each with its own requirements.