Why Study in Canada?

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.


  • Canada offers excellent quality of education

    One of the major reasons why Canada entices a large no. of students is due to its high academic standards. Canadian universities are globally recognized and 27 of its universities are ranked in THE World University Rankings 2019. Other than this, Canada provides plenty of opportunities specifically in the field of research & development. It is known to be the best country for all research scholars with being no. 1 to capitalize on research for medicine, science, technology, telecommunication, etc.

  • Study at a low cost

    If you wish to study abroad without getting penniless than Canada is the right option for you. Canada serves you with top colleges having the cheapest tuition fees for International students in comparison to the US, UK, and Australia. Also, you can search for scholarship programs to downsize your education costs.

  • Canada is a safe and reliable country to live in

    It is known to be a safe haven. As per the report of the Global Peace Index, Canada is seventh of the safest countries. In contrast to the US and India, the crime rate is exceptionally low in a country of a maple leaf with nearly zero corruption rate.

  • Get admission with low CRS score

    You can take entry in some of the apex Canadian universities and colleges with even 6.0/6.5 overall band. Good score exposes you to better opportunities and popular universities like the University of British Columbia, McGill University, University of Toronto, etc. It allows students to realize their dream to study in Canada

  • Obtain the benefit of Post-Graduation Work Permit(PGWPP)

    It is one of the major advantages of studying in Canada. PGWP permits students to get a work permit automatically after completing graduation or post graduation for about 3 years. It helps you to add an international work record in your professional credentials.

  • Travel and enjoy the scenic beauty on weekends

    Undoubtedly, Canada is among the most beautiful country in the world. You gotta admire the gorgeous lush green forests enclosed by the rocky tall mountains or how's about spending your evening glancing at the Niagara Falls. Studying in Canada can give you lifetime memory to cherish.

What is a Canada student visa?

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 (that explains why you want to study in Canada and that you are aware of your responsibilities as a student)
  • English proficiency level
  • Study Permit and TRV


1. What are the upcoming intakes of Studying in Canada?

Canadian universities/colleges offer three intakes also known as semesters in some institutions

Intake1-Fall Semester – starts in the month of September

Intake2-Winter Semester – Starts in the month of January

Intake3-Summer Semester – Usually starts from April/May, this intake is available for limited programs and colleges.

2. As an International student, can I work while studying in Canada?

An international student over 18 years of age is allowed to work under an eligible employer without holding a work permit for about 20 hours during semesters and full-day during holidays.