FAQs for studying in Canada
Canada’s education is the most-affordable when it comes to foreign education. Indian students have to spend only 20 to 24 lakhs for their enter study duration.
Unlike other countries, Canada’s public universities provide a top-notch education for students. Moreover, 80% of Canadian Colleges and Universities are funded by the government.
Canada's College and University faculties are highly educated and possess expertise in one specific field.
Canada is one of the most-safest countries in the world, ensuring a peaceful and harmonious environment for its citizens and immigrants.
Canada is the only country in the world which spends 6% of its GDP on education.
Canada has a Student Direct Stream (SDS) program for international students to have a speedy Student Visa Process and receive it in 20 working days.
International students graduating in Canada have access to Open Work Permit, a post-study work visa, allowing them to stay and work in Canada for 5 years.
After just completing one year of work in Canada, international students are eligible to apply for Permanent Residence Permit to remain forever in the country.
Frequently asked Questions
You can explore scholarships offered by Canadian universities and apply to the Canadian government or private organisations.
- English Language Scores (IELTS, TOEFL, PTE as per the course and institution requirement)
- 70% in 12th grade from recognised Institutions
- Four years bachelor's degree, 70% average.
- GMAT: 580-600 min.
- IELTS (6.5 overall with no bands less than 6 / As per the course and institution requirement)
- Work Experience
- Statement of purpose (SOP)
- Letter of recommendation (LOR)
Relevant master's degree with a minimum of 70%.
GMAT: 580-600 min.
IELTS (6.5 overall with no bands less than 6 / As per the course and institution requirement)
Before studying in Canada, you need to research the available programs and universities, understand the admission requirements, obtain a study permit and visa, arrange for finances, ensure adequate English language proficiency, and learn about the culture and customs of Canada. Additionally, you should be prepared for Canada's weather and lifestyle differences.
It takes about 4-6 years to complete a PhD in Canada.
For Bachelor's degree takes 3-4 years to complete.
For Master's degree in IT takes 1-2 years.
Doctoral programs in IT can take anywhere from 3-5 years or longer, depending on the research requirements of the program.