Study in Canada - Consultants in Pune

Nestled in the scenic views of lush greens landscapes and wildlife, snow-clad winters and unyielding politeness, Canada is known as a multi-cultural and one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the world. It promotes inclusion and respect for diversity through its association with the United Nations and extends it towards their security, support for human rights and international cooperation. 

Here are some fascinating statistics about Canada; 

  1. As per 2021 Best Country Reports, Canada ranked first as the best country in the world, beating out 78 countries. 
  2. As per OECD Better Life Index, the country ranks above the average in housing, subjective well-being, personal security, health status, social connections, environmental quality, jobs and earnings, work-life balance, education and skills, civic engagement, income and wealth. 
  3. Every year Canada attracts 530,540 international students as reported by IRCC as of 31 December 2020.  

With regard to higher education, Canada is amongst the leading countries that international students choose to study abroad. It has plenty to offer in terms of affordable high-quality education, a high standard of living, great employability as well as opportunistic post-study and PR options.

Higher Education in Canada

Providing internationally recognized degrees, Canada has 100+ universities and colleges offering 15000+ programs for all kinds of fields of study. The country offers bachelor’s, master’s, as well as doctorate’s degrees and almost every program is taught in English. Non-English speakers can also opt from the variety of English practice classes that institutions offer. 

Comprising of both private as well as publicly-funded colleges, Canada has a range of colleges and universities including; 

  1. Community colleges/technical institutes
  2. Career colleges, language schools
  3. Secondary schools
  4. University colleges

While tuition fees for public universities are averagely between 7,500 and 22,500 CAD; for undergraduate programs, it can be around 20,000 CAD and around 17,000 CAD for postgraduate programs more specifically. The semesters start primarily in September and January but some institutions have intakes in May, July, and October. Students can look out for the main intake season which is in September (in the fall season) for many courses while the minor intake season is at the start of the year; in January

Study Requirements in Canada

    1. English Langauge Prerequisites: College/university application processes require IELTS, International English Language Testing System, TOEFL, Test of English as a Foreign Language or PTE, Pearson Language Tests as standardized tests to gauge your English proficiency skills.

    2. Admittance-Based Tests: GMAT, Graduate Management Admission Test is necessary for management or business programs so as to evaluates your analytical, quantitative, verbal, writing and reading skills in English. GRE, Graduate Record Examinations is needed for international students pursuing MA or MS. The exam measures your analytical writing, quantitative reasoning and verbal reasoning. The test is also accepted for MBA programs at certain institutions. In the case of law degrees in Canada, the LSAT, Law School Admission Test is mandatory to assess the reading and verbal reasoning skills of applicants. Finally, for high school students to apply for undergraduate programs, the SAT, Scholastic Aptitude Test is desired which tests applicants’ writing, critical reading and mathematical skills. 

    3. Statement of Purpose: Canadian institutions have application processes that are deeply based on stating your educational objectives clearly and in detail. They should easily grasp an idea of your personality, your goals and your needs. The higher education institute should be able to understand fully why you chose that degree there. SOP’s are mostly written from a first-person perspective. 

    4. Letter of Recommendation: Academic or professional reference letters add more strength and value to your application to a Canadian college/university. It describes your characteristics, traits and asserts your potential to the institution by recommending you as a student. Generally, professors or employers provide LOR’s to international students. 

    5. Essay: Universities and colleges also ask for essays to be included as a part of the application procedure. They ask for applicants to write essays about a particular topic, demonstrating their writing communication skills as well as their study intentions 

Top Canada Universities and Colleges​

Top Ireland Programs:

International Business Management 

Global Business Management


Mobile Application Development


Hotel and Resort Management, 

Hospitality Management



Pharmacy Technician


Master in Computer Science

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