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CANADA

Why Study in the Canada?

Canada is one of the best places in the world for higher education, attracting thousands of students from all over the world each year. Canada's universities offer world-class education that is recognized around the world, and research is one of the most important aspects of any graduate program. Universities provide support to students who come up with the best research ideas, and scholarships are awarded based on research work.

There are many more reasons as follows to study in Canada:

• Campus Life is Exciting:

• Communities that are both healthy and safe

• Numerous research opportunities – Universities in this area support students with good research ideas by providing research support.

• Possibility of immigration after completing the course – If a candidate decides to study in Canada, he will gain points in three areas: language, education, and work. If they are under a specified age bracket, they will receive bonus points.

• Canadian education can help you qualify for various immigration programmes, such as Express Entry or the Provincial Nominee Program.

• Working while studying is a possibility for international students – Canada provides the Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) which helps foreign students obtain job experience in Canada after completing their course of study at a designated learning institute (DLI). The PGWP is valid for three years, depending on the length of the study programme.

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Admission Requirements:

• Undergraduate: Minimum 55 percent and above marks in the most recent exam, passed with an overall 6.0 Bands in IELTS with no less than 6.0/5.5 bands in each subtest.

 

• Post Graduate: Minimum 55 percent and above marks in the most recent exam, passed with an overall 6.5 Bands in IELTS with no less than 6.0 bands in each subtest.

 

• Grades in English and maths in the 12th grade are very crucial when applying to a variety of programs.

Estimated Annual Cost of Education:

College Tuition Fee    

CD$- 12500 to 17000    

INR- 713000 to 970000

University Tuition Fee

CD$- 20000 to 55000

INR- 1141000 to 3136000

Cost of Living

CD$- 10200

INR- 582000

Work:

• 20 Hrs / Week - Part-Time

• Full-Time Work during Vacation & Co-Op

• Up to 3 Yews Post Study Work

• PR Opportunities thereafter

• Many years of experience in counselling and recruitment of students to top universities and colleges all over the world.

• Offer unbiased course and university selection from a pool of 150+ SDS institutions

• In-house Best Coaching classes for IELTS and SAT

• Offer post-visa support in Canada like Airport transfer, Sim card, Forex, Accommodation, etc.

• Regular visits from top-ranked universities and colleges, as well as Spot admission.

• Best and suitable Career advice to make the student successful.

Why Upskill Overseas?

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Three intakes are available at Canadian universities and institutions. In certain institutions, they are referred to as semesters. In Canada, there are three intake options:

 

Intake 1:

Fall Semester

This is a popular intake that begins in September.

Intake 2:

Winter Semester

This semester begins in January.

 

Intake 3:

Summer Semester

This intake typically begins in April / May and is only available for a few programs and colleges.

CANADA'S Upcoming Intakes:

We recommend that you apply early because admissions and scholarships become more difficult as the deadline approaches. It is always possible to apply 6 to 9 months prior to the start of the academic session.

Steps to study abroad in Canada:

1st Step

Research Your Options:

Decide what you want to study, where you want to live, the overall cost, numerous opportunities, etc. before you select universities.

2nd Step

Choose Colleges:

Shortlist universities and study programmes that suit your requirements and that you wish to apply to (about ten).

3rd Step

Study for the admission exam:

Prepare for standardized tests such as SAT, IELTS, GRE, TOEFL, and others based on university and college prerequisites. You must register for these tests ahead of time. When applying for tests, keep in mind how much time you'll need in case you need to retake them. These tests should be completed by September of the year you desire to apply.

4th Step

Fund your studies:

Make sure you have enough money to cover your entire period of study in Canada, including housing, local transportation, food, and other miscellaneous expenses. Decide how you'll pay for your study.

5th Step

Fill out an application for university:

For entrance requirements, contact each university individually. Every university has its own set of admissions criteria. Complete and submit the applications far ahead of the deadlines.

6th step

Confirm your acceptance:

Choose the university where you want to study when you receive acceptance letters from the universities to which you applied. To secure your admission to study in Canada, you must submit a non-refundable deposit to the university.

Step 7

Get Student Visa:

Once you get admission confirmation done, you can apply for your student visa.

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