Why study in Canada?

Canada has the 11th largest economy in the world. It is the member of Organization for Economic Co-operation & Development (OECD) & Group of Eight (G8). n Canada, education is seen as the most desirable route to earning a decent living and to enhancing personal growth and happiness. Educated people not only earn higher incomes but also contribute disproportionally to business innovation, productivity, and national economic performance.  

Counsellors for Abroad Studies in Canada 

Sakshi Mittal
Sakshi Mittal
An alumnus of University of Manchester and a Certified Career counsellor by UCLA, is spearheading the Study Abroad Division of CareerGuide.com
 Surabhi Dewra
Surabhi Dewra
Surabhi is an entrepreneur who is utilizing creativity, leadership and teamwork to design & execute CareerGuide.Com.
Darshan Shah (MBA, MS, U.S.)
Darshan Shah (MBA, MS, U.S.)
Darshan holds a Master’s of Business Administration degree from University of Texas- Arlington.He trained more than 20 people for professional resume writing and How to find Internship in USA.

Overview of Education System for Canada

  • Canada is one of the friendliest countries in the world with internationally recognized degrees.

  • Most Bachelor programs are of 4 years and Master’s programs are for 1-2 years.

  • Canada also has SPP colleges offering skilled-based Diplomas at both UG and PG level.

  • Almost all Canadian Universities and Colleges offer Co-Op or Internship as a part of the program.

  • The tuition fees is Rs. 7 Lakhs per year for colleges;  Rs 15- 20 Lakhs per year for Universities

  • The Cost of living Rs 5.5 Lakhs per year including accommodation, meals and transportation.
  • Students can work for 20 hours part time per week and full time during vacations.

  • Post Study Work Visa: 1-3 years stay back option

  • Major Intakes: September, January and May

Admission Requirements in Canada

  • Most Universities do not need GRE/SAT but GMAT is needed for MBA and MS Business related courses.

  • IELTS Requirements:  6.5 for PG; 6.0 for UG

  • LOR from teachers/professors or employers

  • A personal Statement indicating your purpose of applying to the University.

  • Additional Essays demonstrating your analytical and thinking ability.

  • Well balanced extra-curricular activities, Internships, and Community Service. And also a crisp resume.

Top Universities and Colleges of Canada

Steps to Apply for Study in Canada

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