Facts about Canada

Canada has consistently ranked among the top 10 countries in the United Nations Quality of Life Index since 2004.

English and French are Canada’s two official languages. English is the native language of 57.8% population and French is the native language of 22.1%.

Chinese, German, Italian, Punjabi and Spanish are the other common languages.

Canada’s largest cities are Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa and Calgary.

Average winter and summer high temperatures across Canada varies greatly according to the location.

Top Reasons to Study in Canada

Reasonable tuition fees: Highest living standard and education in the world with lower cost of living and tuition fees for international students as compared to many other countries.

Multicultural, healthy and safe Community: Same human rights, equality, and a stable and peaceful society can be enjoyed as local Canadians and with the presence of almost all ethnic groups it’s easy to find ethnic foods and recreation activities associated with specific cultures especially Indian

Modern and Exciting Campus Lifestyle: Access to latest technology and countless modern amenities, Olympic-quality sports facilities, public concert halls and art galleries, post-secondary campuses offers enormous possibilities for learning and leisure.

Possibility of Immigration: International students with Canadian education and Canadian work experience may apply for permanent residency without having to leave Canada

Getting Australian visa is easy: With Lengthy visa process for many countries, applying and getting an Australian Visa is way easier.

World-Class Language Education: Canada is a bilingual country with French and English as a first and second language of a Canadian education, fluency in both the languages could be acquired.


University / Community Colleges: September/ January (January is an on demand intake for popular courses) Private College: Jan / April / May / Sept

Eligibility for a Canadian Study Permit

Letter of acceptance by a school, college, university or other Canadian educational institution.

Proof in the form of bank statements, receipts or certificates that the candidate have enough money to pay: Tuition Fees

Living expenses for oneself and any other accompanied family members.

Return transportation to home country for oneself and any other accompanied family members.

Free from any criminal activity and won’t be a security risk.

Good health conditions

Prove that you one will leave Canada after the completion of studies.

Work while study in Campus or off-campus

Valuable work experience can be gained along with supplementing one’s spending allowance with part-time student jobs. As an international student, one can work on campus and off campus without a work permit while completing your studies if registered as:

A full-time student at a public post-secondary institution (college, university, CEGEP) or a private post-secondary institution that operates under the same rules and regulations as a public institution, and receives at least 50% of its financing from government grants or at a Canadian private institution authorized by provincial statute to grant degrees.

Applied and received work permit.

Students are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week during regular academic sessions, and full time during scheduled breaks (for example, winter and summer holidays or spring break).

Work after the Completion of Studies

Options available after the completion of studies in Canada are:

Return to home country armed with a globally recognized degree or diploma and invaluable international work experience.

Continue studying for advanced credentials.

Gain additional work experience in Canada after graduation can go a long way towards helping one permanently immigrate here. Canadian work experience through a special work permit issued for the length of the study program, up to a maximum of 3 years.


Canadian express class program allows international students after the completion of studies apply to permanently stay in Canada.

In order to qualify, one must already be familiar with Canadian society, be able to communicate in English or French, have qualifying work experience, and be able to contribute to the Canadian economy and meet some other eligible criteria’s.

Some of the Universities we can get you admission into – Canada