Canada has become the destination of choice for many of the world's immigrants because it is a country of incredible resources, vast geography, diverse peoples, abundant opportunities, accessible health and social services, and because of its proximity to the United States .It is an open, democratic and progressive society where newcomers are welcome to share in the country's prosperity and community life.Tolerance and social harmony are hallmarks of Canadian society, offering people the freedom to maintain and celebrate their ethnic and cultural heritage, while participating fully in Canada's economy. Moreover, Canadian education costs are relatively cheaper than US and other countries - by at least 30%. Coupled with its low cost of living, Canada is one of the best destinations for international students.Canada is a bilingual country with two official languages - English and French. Most of the French-speaking inhabitants live in Quebec. However, almost all non-Quebec based universities offer education instruction in English only.Quality Education
1. What is IRCC?
IRCC is the department of the Government of Canada with responsibility for matters dealing with immigration to Canada, refugees, and Canadian citizenship. And also facilitates the arrival of immigrants, provides protection to refugees, and offers programming to help newcomers settle in Canada
2.What is DLI Number?
To apply for a study permit on or after June 1, 2014, International student will need a letter of acceptance from a Designated Learning Institution. Student need to include the DLI number (DLI #), which begins with the letter “O”, on application form. So every student check DLI number before applying to any institute in Canada.
3. How much does it cost to study in Canada?
Tuition fees vary based on institution. And also different for PG.D programs and Masters Programs. It may range of 12 to 30 thousand per annum.
4. What is the Ielts requirement?
Over all band of 6.5 and not less 6.0 in each module is required to apply many colleges and universities for Post Graduate Diploma or Masters program. In rare case some colleges accept 6.0 over all and not less 6.0 in each module.
5. Is it possible to work during studies?
Yes. International Students can do work in part time 20 hours per week during their studies and 40 hours per week during their vacation. They can earn 8 to 10$ per hour based upon their work.
7. Is it possible to work in Canada after graduation?
International students can work one year who complete one year program, and three years who completes Two years program.
8.Is medical exam required for a study permit?
An applicant may be required to undergo a medical examination based on the discretion of the visa officer.
9. What is the Student Partners Program?
The Student Partners Program (SPP) is an administrative framework developed between Colleges and Institutes Canada and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada to streamline the visa application process for international students studying in Canada from India and China.
10. Do I need Health Insurance for Study permit?
Yes. Health insurance is mandatory to study in Canada. International students have to arrange medical coverage before coming to Canada. It varies from college to college and University to University.