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Why Study in Canada?

Discover Canada

Where Opportunities Unfold

Explore the beauty and opportunities that Canada offers, from vibrant cities to serene landscapes.

Academic Excellence

Canada's University Ranking

Dive into the academic prowess of Canada, with numerous universities consistently ranking high globally.

Living the Good Life

Quality of Life in Canadian Cities

Experience the blend of lively urban environments and a peaceful lifestyle in Canadian cities, all while enjoying affordable education.

Student Happiness

A Journey to Fulfillment

Uncover the satisfaction students find in Canada, where research and development thrive, and a welcoming VISA policy awaits.

Empowering Futures

Canada's Employment Landscape

Navigate the abundant job market in Canada, offering over a million vacancies, part-time opportunities, and co-op courses for international students.

Popular Courses in the Canada

Information Technology and Computer Science


Medicine and Healthcare

Hotel Management

Media and Journalism

Business Management

Accounting & Finance

Agricultural Science and Forestry

Project Management


Popular Universities in the Canada

What are the mandatory requirements for Indian students planning to pursue education in Canada?


Letter of Introduction

Valid Passport


Passport-size Photograph


State-attested Class 10+2 Mark Sheet and a Graduate Degree (if applicable)


English Proficiency Score


Academic Certificates


Valid Student Permit


For visa-required individuals, ensure the presence of a visa sticker on the passport.


From Dream to Reality: Your Complete Canada Solution!

Language Excellence

Top University Selection

Visa Success Assurance

Financial Guidance

Healthcare Guidance


Which examination is mandatory for Indian students aspiring to study in Canada?

IELTS (International English Language Testing System)

TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)

GRE (Graduate Record Examination) or GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test)

SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test)

Specific Program-Related Tests

Student Visa Requirements for Canada Indian Students

Document Requirements for Getting a Canadian Student Visa

Funding Options for Indian Students for Canada Education

Scholarships and Grants

Education Loans

Part-Time Work

Research Assistantships

Internships and Co-op Programs

Family Support

Work-Study Programs

Government Sponsorship

Do you have Questions?

What are the eligibility criteria for studying in Canada?
A: Eligibility criteria vary by program and institution. Typically, you need a letter of acceptance, a valid passport, proof of financial support, and meet health and character requirements.
A: Yes, most Canadian universities require proof of English proficiency, often fulfilled through exams like IELTS or TOEFL.
A: Yes, as an international student, you are generally allowed to work part-time (up to 20 hours per week) during the academic session and full-time during scheduled breaks.
A: The duration of a study permit depends on the length of your program. It is usually valid for the length of your program, plus an extra 90 days.
A: Yes, many Canadian institutions offer scholarships and financial aid to international students. It’s advisable to check with the specific university or college for available options.
A: Yes, you may be eligible for a PGWP, allowing you to work in Canada after graduation. The duration of the PGWP depends on the length of your program.
A: The cost varies depending on the institution, program, and location. On average, tuition fees for international students range from CAD 7,000 to CAD 29,000 per year.
A: Yes, most provinces require international students to have health insurance. Some institutions include this in their fees, while others may require you to arrange it independently.
A: Yes, you can bring your spouse or common-law partner and dependent children with you. They may be eligible for an open work permit and a study permit, respectively.
A: To apply for a Canadian student visa, you typically need a letter of acceptance, proof of financial support, a valid passport, and a completed visa application. The process may vary based on your country of residence.

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Admission Letter


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