Universities & Colleges
Canada has evolved into a world class education destination for students aspiring for quality education in North America and it is not hard to see why. Canadian degrees/ diplomas are internationally renowned and is among one of the most sought-after in the world. Albeit all this, the tuition fees in Canadian College/University are among the lowest in the English speaking world.
There are many other advantages of studying in Canada. It is a multi-cultural country with people from across the world as its citizens. As a result, its citizens are more aware of other cultures and beliefs in the world. Being so close to the US geographically & culturally, Canada becomes a key player in the global arena.
Fast Facts - Canada
Even as the tution fee can vary for every college and university, on an average the annual fee ranges between 14000-16000 Canadian dollars approximately. There is a separate visa office fee also that has to be paid by the student for getting the study visa for Canada once he/she meets the educational qualifications and other requirements of a particular selected course and gets letter of confirmation from the institute. The semester and annual fee of the university/college has to be paid in advance and it is refundable with a nominal deduction in case of non-issuance of visa.
Part Time Work
The students are permitted to work along with the studies on a part-time basis. Students are allowed to work 20 hours off-campus every week and can earn around CAD 12-14 per hour on an average. The average cost of living is CAD 10,000 annually.
Jobs and Employment
There is immense scope for students pursuing Engineering Studies, Management Studies, Tourism & Travel Studies, Hotel & Hospitality Studies, Science Studies, Fashion Design Studies, Nursing & Health Sciences, Community Studies, Mass Communication, Architecture Studies, Aircraft Maintenance and many more courses. Canada has need of skilled worker in all these programs and the employment opportunities are immense with great salaries and perks.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) have recently released a Notice of Intent regarding their plan to launch a new eTA program for Canada.
The study visa is an official document issued by the Canadian government permitting a non-resident of Canada to study in the country. Anyone who wants to study in the maple country and is not a citizen, permanent resident needs to get a study permit.
The time of processing is different for each visa office and usually, the right time to apply is when one receives the letter of acceptance from the desired Canadian college or university. For doing so, the applicant needs to submit a statement of purpose and all supporting documents of educational background and experience to qualify. There is also need to prove that you are not going to be dependant and have enough money.
Proof of acceptance, identity and financial support are some of the important documentation that is required to apply for a study visa to Canada. For some provinces, other documents are also required. The educational institution that is being applied to also provides guidance on all the important papers that need to be submitted.
If the student is under 19 years and traveling alone, then he needs to have a guardian. Minors travelling alone also need a letter of permission from the parents and the custodian in Canada.
If one is married and is going to study in Canada, the spouse and children can accompany the person or join him later. The applicant can bring along children who are under 22 years. The spouse and children need to meet the requirements for temporary residents in Canada. While applying, one can include family members and provide all necessary information.
Documents like marriage certificate and birth certificates for accompanying family members also need to be attached. If the family members would be joining the applicant later, then they have to apply individually. The accompanying children can also pursue education in Canada by getting a study permit at the time when you are applying.
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