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The Canadian education system offers three degrees: bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees. As an international student, you are welcome to complete all or part of your education in Canada. Like other countries, there are both public and private universities. Tuition fees for public universities average between 7,500 and 22,500 CAD per year, while tuition for private universities tend to be much higher. With few exceptions, degrees earned in Canada are internationally recognized.
🔹Primary education, Intermediate education, and secondary education combined are sometimes referred to as K-12 (Kindergarten through Grade 12). Secondary schooling, known as high school.
🔹Post-secondary education in Canada is provided by universities (research universities, undergraduate universities, and university colleges) and vocational institutions (vocational colleges, career colleges, community colleges, institutes of technology or science, colleges of applied arts or applied technology, and in Quebec.
🔹The traditional path to Canadian higher education is typically through university, as it is by far the most prestigious form of higher education in the country. There is no universally prescribed set definition to what constitutes a “university” in Canada as they come in various forms that serve the different educational needs of various Canadians. Each province has its own legislative meaning of the term but universities do intersect in terms of the types of degrees that they offer, research, competitiveness, location, and global institutional reputation.
🔹Undergraduate degrees in Canada can take either three or four years to complete, depending on the university.
🔹Postgraduate degrees last between one and three years to complete, depending on the type of degree.
🔹Different types of higher education providers in Canada include: universities (which carry out research and provide both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees), community colleges and technical, applied arts or applied science schools (which grant certificates, diplomas, associate’s degrees and bachelor’s degrees).
Depending on the university, specific documentation could be required and the course admission’s requirements can vary.
In general, following are the requirements for an admission into Canadian college or University.
🔹12 years or equivalent level of qualification, first division marks is acceptable for undergraduate programs.
🔹4 Years Bachelor degree or equivalent level of study is required for postgraduate programs.
🔹First division academic marks
English language requirements:
🔹IELTS 6.0 overall including each band or equivalent score is recommended for admission and visa process.
Acceptable English language tests:
🔹 PTE etc
Tuition fees for international students vary across provinces and programs. The table below shows the weighted average tuition fees (in Canadian dollars) for full-time foreign students, by field of study. Compared to many countries, studying in Canada is very affordable.
🔹The annual tuition fee is in a range of CA$ 12,000 to CA$ 35,000.
🔹Most universities offer on-campus residences for students, some of them specifically for scholars from abroad. But acceptance at a Canadian school does not automatically mean you can get a room in residence.
🔹Depending on where you live, you may be able to walk or bike to campus. Many students, particularly those in larger cities, choose public transportation: buses, subways, commuter trains or ferries
🔹Normally, an international student can manage all of the expenses of living, excluding tuition fees, comes around CA$. 10,000 per year or above depending in the lifestyle.
Following are the documents required for Canadian study visa:
🔹Letter of acceptance from a Canadian educational institute with a valid DLI number.
🔹Valid proof of identity for every single person accompanying the family,
🔹Recent passport size photos,
🔹Proof of financial support according to which you must prove that you can support yourself and all your family members while in Canada.
🔹Letter of explanation, with details about why you are applying for a study permit, even though you may not need one.
In addition to these, student need to fill up the online application form, submit biometrics, do medical etc.
Visit Canadian Immigration & Citizenship website for more information.
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