Study in Canada

Study in Canada

Canada offers a lucrative environment to foreign students. It welcomes more than 350,000 students from foreign jurisdictions each year.If you intend to study at a Canadian educational institution, most foreign nationals must apply for a study permit. A study permit, once issued, allows a foreign national to study in Canada at an approved institute for the duration of the specified course or program.

Why Study in Canada

  • Quality of education and living standards
  • Live in a bilingual environment.
  • Have an enriching cultural experience.
  • Cheaper Study and Living Expenses as Compared to other Countries
  • Discover the country’s natural beauty.
  • Immigration Possibilities
  • Healthy and Safe Communities for Muslims or all relegion

Requirements to Study

  • Proof of Acceptance
  • Proof of Identity
  • Personal Statement like SOP
  • Correct Processing Fee
  • Application for study Permit
  • Proof of Financial support
  • Police Clearance Certificates
  • All Educational Documents and Diplomas

Top Canadian Universities

  • Western University
  • University of Waterloo
  • Université de Montréal
  • McMaster University
  • University of Alberta
  • University of British Columbia

Estimated Tution Fees

According to the latest report from Statistics Canada, tuition fees in Canada rose by an average of 3.3 percent for undergraduate domestic students and 6.3 percent for international undergraduates in 2018/2019.
Undergraduate tuition fees in Canada: According to Statistics Canada, the average tuition fees for international students in 2018/19 are CA$27,159 (~US$20,600) per year. Arts and humanities courses tend to be cheaper, while subjects such as engineering and medicine are among the more expensive.
Postgraduate tuition fees in Canada: If you want to study at postgraduate level, the tuition fees are generally lower, and again vary depending on your program. Statistics Canada puts the average postgraduate tuition fee at CA$16,497 in 2018/19, which is approximately US$12,500, and only a one percent increase from the previous year.