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Best Place To Live

The United Nations ranked Canada as one of the best places in the world to live, based on Canada's achievements in terms of educational attainment, life expectancy, national income, and general quality of life, among other things.


Best Study Enviorment

Canadian universities maintain the safest and academically finest environment for their students. It Is consistently recognized in top international rankings. This country has always put education and innovation first.


Multicultural Country

For Indians, it is like a second home. You are going to see Indian food culture and Indians everywhere. Every year more than 6 lakhs people are visiting Canada for their studies.


World-Class Health facilities

Canada has very minimal medical insurance as compared to other places. Also, Canadian hospitals are among the most advanced and accessible in the world.


Urban Nature Blend

With a number of great cities and exciting places to live in, they have prioritized the preservation of national and provincial parks systems along with forests and wildlife.


A Safe, Stable, Happy Place

According to research conducted in Canada, 70% of students have voted Canada as a safe place to live. Canada is a very peaceful place, because of its political stability and democracy.


Technology and Innovation

There are very predominant industries in Canada such as telecommunications, video games, biotech, digital media, and MBA and they are leading these industries for a long time and creating lots of job opportunities on a regular basis.


Work Permit Limitations

In Canada, they permit international students to work part-time for 20 hours a week and full-time in their summer or other breaks.

  • There are two official languages in Canada: English and French.

  • Canada is the world’s second-largest country.

  • The coldest ever recorded temperature in Canada is -63°C.

  • Canada has one of the highest immigration rates in the world.

  • One of the longest highways in the world is in Canada.

Is a medical exam required for a study permit?

An applicant may be required to undergo a medical examination based on the discretion of the visa officer.

Is it possible to stay in Canada after graduation?

A popular option available to international students after graduation is the possibility of an open work permit under the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP).

Is it possible to work during your studies?

Yes, you can work during studies part-time for 20 hours per week and in summer or other breaks you can work full time.

Are scholarships available to international students in Canada?

Yes absolutely, scholarships are available for international students, It depends on the university you are studying in. also if you are still confused then you can book a free counseling session now.

How long does it take to get a Ph.D. degree in Canada?

Ph.D. degree programs are commonly two to three years in duration, are separately funded, and are mostly considered a job position.

What is the living cost in Canada?

Accommodation- $7300 – $14 000 per year

Food - $3600 approx

Clothing - $1800

Cost of Living in the Canada for International Students
Accommodation CAD 5,000 – CAD 10,000 (INR 2,67,000- INR 5,39,000) per annum
Travel Costs CAD 80 – CAD 110 (INR 4,300 - INR 6,000) per month
Health Insurance CAD 300-CAD 800 (INR 17,000-INR 44,000)
Food CAD 300- CAD 400 [17,508 INR-23,344] (monthly)
Entertainment CAD 750 [43,770 INR] (monthly)
Tuition Fees
Undergraduate Courses CAD 12,000 – CAD 30,000 (6,46,000 INR -16,15,000)
Postgraduate Courses CAD 18,000 (INR 9,54,000)
MBA CAD 28,000 (INR 14,75,000)