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Study in Canada | Complete Guide for Indian Students

Study in Canada . 

The locals of Canada are quite welcoming when it comes to accepting international students from different parts of the globe. You can contact a consultancy for study in Canada or take care of the essentials on your own, making things easy. Nonetheless, the experience will be quite a thing to remember, and you will also land great-paying jobs across any part of the globe. This is what you need to know for students from India planning to move to Canada.

Canada Student Visa - Documents Required

Here are all the documents that you need for a student visa to Canada:

  • DLI-approved acceptance letter: A letter of acceptance from an approved DLI will be required.  
  • Passport: A valid passport is required for your stay in Canada. Make sure to have the option of renewal while staying in Canada.
  • Adequate financial proof: You need to provide enough evidence of finances that you will be able to cover the entire living and academic expenses while in Canada. As per the expectation level of Canadian immigration, a student shall have 10,000 CAD on a yearly basis.
  • Medical examination for immigration: You must prove your medical fitness when applying to study in Canada. Book an appointment for yourself, get in touch with the doctor, and have the certificates printed.
  • Photographs (passport size): When you are applying offline, you will only need two photographs, passport size. For the ones applying online, here is a list of things that you need to follow:
    • The photograph shall not go beyond 4MB.
    • It shall not be a photo from six months back.
    • 35mm*45mm shall be the size.
    • Write your d.o.b (date of birth) and name on the backside of every photograph.
    • Maintain a neutral/simple facial expression, and do not wear any headgear other than for religious reasons.
    • Place a plain background in your photograph.
  • SOP (Statement of Purpose): The statement of purpose is a particular essay type that elaborates on the purpose of your study in Canada. The more sincere your essay is, the better will be the chance of institutions accepting your application and you getting admission across borders.
  • Scores of English proficiency exams:You need to attain English proficiency exams IELTS, TOEFL, or Duolingo and score adequate marks. There are various professionals offering IELTS preparation tips, Duolingo exam tips, and TOEFL exam-related structures for you to follow.

List of all the universities in Canada

  • Conestoga College
  • Toronto University
  • British Columbia University
  • Alberta University
  • University of York
  • Humber College
  • Calgary University
  • Waterloo University
  • Lambton College
  • University of Concordia
  • Ottawa University

List of courses to study in Canada as a student from India

  • Information technology
  • MBA
  • Engineering
  • Healthcare and Medicine (biosciences)
  • Journalism and media
  • Renewable energy and earth sciences
  • Actuarial science
  • Diploma courses
  • Human resources
  • Forestry and agricultural science

Cost of study in Canada for Indian students

Here is the total cost of studying in Canada if you are a student from India:

  • Tuition Fees: (INR 3,50,000 to 19,00,000)  CAD 7,000 to 35,000
  • Accommodation: (INR 3,91,054 to INR 13,03,515)  CAD 7,200 to 24,000
  • Other Living Expenses: (INR 3,23,881 to INR 5,39,802)  CAD 6,000 to 10,000
  • Miscellaneous: (INR 53,980) CAD 1,000
  • Total (tuition fees included): (INR 11,44,382 to INR 37,78,620) CAD 21,200 to 66,500
  • Total (tuition fees included):(INR 7,66,520 to INR 18,89,310) CAD 14,200 to 35,000

List of scholarships to study in Canada

Here is a list of scholarships that you can apply for to study in Canada:

  • Graduate Scholarships (Vanier Canada)
  • Trillium Scholarship (Ontario)
  • Graduate Scholarship (Ontario)
  • Scholarship Go Clean
  • Entrance Scholarship Humber College (International)
  • Merit Scholarship Waterloo
  • Tomorrow Award International Leader (UBC)
  • Scholarship at Science & Law School
  • Government Scholarship of Quebec Provincial
  • Manitoba University Graduate Fellowships

Benefits of studying in Canada

This section is for those unsure of their decision to study in Canada. The points listed below will serve at their best:

  • Affordable schedule: With so many scholarships and the general fees being quite on the average side, education in Canada is not that hectic financially.
  • Quality support: The institutes in Canada do offer top-notch quality educational guidance at all levels. They do provide international degree programs with adequate job scope.
  • Well-suited standard of living: The standard of living in Canada is on the greater side in Camada compared to other countries. On landing in Canada, you will get to avail yourself of adequate educational setups, well-scheduled job opportunities, and a friendly neighbourhood.
  • Well-balanced work and student life: For those thinking about work and study simultaneously, Canada offers adequate opportunities for the student to bag in.

Final Thoughts

Overall, life in Canada is fun when you have everything planned up. But make sure that as a student, you have done your part of the research at the earliest and taken care of all the essentials before applying.

Author Bio: Henry McGill has been serving as a student support executive in a consultancy for study in Canada for the past five years. He is best at his job. Recently, Henry joined the core team of Abroadvice.com as a career counsellor for students planning to study abroad in college.    

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