Why study in Canada?

Studying at a university is an experience of a lifespan because it not only prepares you for the world outside the classroom, but it also comforts you advance as an individual. An education in India may or may not give you the chance to learn and grow with an international crowd, but Canada attracts students from around the globe all year round

Canada playing a host of about half a million foreign students has now become home for one of the largest shares of international students. More and more expats are visiting Canada due to the excellent quality of life it offers that too over affordable cost. Canada tops the list of the most educated country thus, students prefer Canada for higher education.

The Canadian education system has emerged as one the best in the world, with an undeniable hold in the fields of computer, healthcare and information technology.

Benefits of studying in Canada

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What is a canada student visa?

The Canadian Government provides an opportunity to all Indian students to study in the country but as a prerequisite, you’ll have to obtain a Study Permit and a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV). A Canada study visa is not a usual visa, it is a legal permit that empowers students to study at qualified educational institutions.

Along with a student visa, students need to hold a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV). It is an official document issued by the Canadian visa office that allows you to temporarily reside in Canada (either as a student, or a visitor, or a worker)

Documents required

Documentation is one of the significant parts of the Canada student visa process. Below mentioned is not a comprehensive list of all documents required and are subjected to change but consist of a provisional set of documents which are expected to be required while filing visa application.

  • A valid passport
  • Proof of funds
  • Proof of acceptance issued from your educational institution
  • Letter of explanation
  • English proficiency level
  • Study Permit and TRV
  • Documentation of a student/education loan from a financial institution
  • A letter for the person or institution providing your funding

Is Studying In Canada Expensive?

Studying in Canada is way cheaper than studying in other English speaking countries like UK and US, yet it is important to calculate the cost of studying in Canada that includes tuition fees, cost of living and other miscellaneous expenses as a major part of a cost.

However, the actual cost differs according to the Canada study program, institution, and province.

Undergraduate Program $12,000 to $25,000 per year
Postgraduate master’s Program $24,000 to $35,000 per year
Doctoral Degree $7,000 to $10,000 per year

Canadians are welcoming and respectful of differences. Educational institutions inspire new students from abroad and support them to grow their numerous things. Canada will be something that you will certainly not forget.