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Study in Canada

    Study in Canda offers a plethora of specialisations and streams of study from areospace engineering to zoology.The education system is recognized for its top quality across the globe: by international academic institutions, employers and governments alike. The institutes in the country are also synonmous for cutting edge research and teaching practices. The Universities of The country offer programs leading to a bachelor’s masters or doctoral degree. Colleges in Canada, on the other hand, only offer Bachelor’s degree program to students. The north American country has been an  inspiration for  essays and  comes with a view of the magnificent Rocky Mountains, the Western prairies, the hills and seascapes of Atlantic Canada,  the Great Lakes or the Saint Lawrence River, the deep blue Pacific or Atlantic Ocean – or with a cityscape where skyscrapers and heritage homes jumble together in pleasant confusion.

    Cost of living and study in Canada

    The average cost for a year’s fee can range from $5,000 to $30,000, which in most institutions is paid on registration day. The tuition covers two semesters, which equates to eight months of academic study. As well as tuition fees, you will also need to budget for living costs, rent, travel, course materials such as books, food, laundry, healthcare and social expenses. Remember to work these additional costs into your budget and try to be realistic. The Canadian immigration bodies and your chosen institution will require proof that you have sufficient funds to cover  the costs of your tuition fees and living costs. Often your chosen institution will provide an estimate of yearly living costs for immigration, however if this is not done, immigration will need to see proof of $10,000 in your account (additional to the tuition fees) to cover living costs for the year.

    The monthly cost of living in Canada is put at $500 to $800 per month which covers the cost of accommodation, food, books, transportations etc.

    Admission procedure to study in Canada

    When a student is applying to a Canadian institution the secondary school reports or transcripts are required. If the student applying is from a non English speaking country these have to be translated to English by a school official. Students from non-English speaking countries will be required to complete the IELTS, TOEFL, CANTEST or CAEL to prove proficiency.  After that a student is required to submit a letter of recommendation by a teacher or counselor who knows you well and has taught you professionally in a subject related to your application choice. The letter should be a thorough account of you as a person and your academic achievements, listing your strengths and positive attributes. It is recommended that you include two letters with your application form. Last but not the least is the statement of purpose which is the most important part of the application process. A statement of purpose is a personal essay written by the student which outlines why Canada is the chosen study abroad destination and what would make you a good student for the course and institution selected.

    List of universities in Canada

    • University of Manitoba
    • University of Alberta
    • Brandon University
    • Memorial University of Newfoundland
    • University of Toronto
    • McGill University
    • University of British Columbia


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