Study in Canada

Everything about Canada !

Canada is a nation located in northern North America. Its 10 provinces and three territories span 9.98 million square kilometres (3.85 million square miles), making it the second-largest nation in the world by total size and the fourth-largest country by land area. They stretch from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean. The longest binational land border in the world runs along Canada’s southern border with the United States. The bulk of the nation has chilly or bitterly cold winters, whereas southern regions get mild summers. Canada has a small population, yet the Rocky Mountains, woodland, and tundra make up the majority of its land area. With 82% of the 35.15 million inhabitants living in major and medium-sized cities, many of which are close to the southern border, it is heavily urbanised.

The cost of living and tuition fees for international students are often lower in Canada than in other nations like the United States and the United Kingdom, despite the fact that the level of education and living standards there are among the greatest in the world. As a result, choosing Canada for college or university is frequently the first choice for students.

You will receive a high-quality education in Canada thanks to its strict quality controls and strong academic requirements, which will pave the way for your future and advance your profession in the long run.

Globally, a Canadian degree, diploma, or certificate is seen as being on par with those from the United States or other Commonwealth nations.

  1. IELTS or International English Language Testing System is one of the most frequently used language examinations for abroad aspirants
  2. TOEFL or Test of English as a Foreign Language is undertaken by students for admission into your desired study destination
  3. Pearson English Test or PTE with recognition in around 800 colleges and universities
  4. GRE & GMAT (Not Mandatory but required for MBA and other programs in some universities)
  5. IELTS : 6.5+ not less than 6.0 in each module

Documents required to Study in Canada

The eligibility criterion for an overseas study aspirant alters with his choice of university and the type of programs. However, there are a few common criteria that apply to every individual applying for  study programs They are as follows:

  1. Transcripts or records of grades (high school and/or university)
  2. Resume
  3. Two to three years of work (for MBA aspirants)
  4. English language test scores (IELTS, TOEFL, PTE) and US entrance test scores (SAT, GRE, GMAT)
  5. Letter(s) of Recommendation
  6. Statement of Purpose, Personal Statement, Essay(s)
  7. Proof of payment of Application fees
  8. Passport photos

Our Flow Process

First Process

Course Selection

Choosing the right course is a decisive moment for aspiring students. There are thousands of educational institutions to study and it might be a tough job to decide which course to select. For a better understanding of course selection and its scope please get in touch with a career counselor.

First Process
Next Step

University Selection

After you select the course you want to study, search for the universities which offer your selected program. University selection should be done on the basis of various factors such as the resources, amenities, accommodation, fee structure, and employment prospects provided by them. For unbiased information and shortlisting, US universities. 

Next Step
Third Step

Gathering Information

You can contact the US universities for more information regarding their teaching methods, internships, accommodation, fee structure, international students’ admission information, etc. You can get in contact with them through mail and phone.

Third Step
Next Step

Admission Criteria

For a hassle-free admission process, check the eligibility criteria, and list of documents required for university admission. The eligibility criteria vary from university to university. veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo

Next Step
Important Step

Take Tests & Prepare SOP,LOR

while submitting your application form you have to submit an SOP (statement of purpose) and 1-3 LORs (letters of recommendation) to the universities.

  • “The SOP is an essay stating the purpose of your study abroad, your goals and aspirations, and how to intend to contribute to the university and community.”
  • “An LOR is a letter which is written by an employer or professor stating the applicant’s personal personality and professional performance.”
Important Step
Next Step

Visa Process

We will make the deposit payment after getting acceptance letter from the universities, and gathering all the documents and apply for visa. 

Next Step

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We have answered some common internet Questions for USA

What is the credit system for USA Universities ?

A) A credit is a value assigned to each course reflecting the number of hours the class will meet the professor each week.

Can i work in USA while studying

A) Yes, you can work while studying in USA.

How many intakes are there in USA

There are 3 major intakes in USA. spring, fall and summer.

Can we apply for USA without IELTS

A) Yes you can enter the USA without IELTS. However, there are certain criteria that need to be met.

What type of scholarships available in USA

A) Yes, there are numerous scholarships available for international students based on merit and proficiency in sports or cultural activities.
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