Canada

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Discover Canada

Canada, a vast country in North America, is known for its diversity, advanced economy, and strong international ties. With ten provinces and three territories, it boasts the world's second-largest total area and is officially bilingual at the federal level.

Renowned for its multiculturalism, Canada's economy thrives on natural resources and robust trade networks. Its close relationship with the United States influences both its economy and culture, contributing to its status as one of the wealthiest and most developed countries globally.

Ranked among the highest in various international indices, Canada offers exceptional quality of life, economic freedom, and educational opportunities, making it an ideal destination for study and exploration.

Why Study in Canada

High Visa Success Rate

Under SDS, IRCC is encourages easy and fast student visa process.

Post-Graduation Work Permit

1 – 3 Years Work Permit After Study (PGWPP), providing valuable post-graduation employment opportunities.

Pathway to Permanent Residency

It Offers Highest Chance of Permanent Residency, offering a pathway to settle in Canada after completion of study.

Co-op Options During Study

Co-op Options (Internship) in Many Study Programs, facilitating hands-on experience and skill development during study.

Exploring Canada Education System

Primary Education

Grade 1 to 6 & Age 6 to 12 years

Primary Education in Canada is both privately and publicly funded, and parents and children can choose the schools that they prefer.

Young children often spend 1 – 2 years voluntarily in kindergarten before starting their primary education.

Secondary Education

Grade 7 to 12 & Age 12 to 18 years

There is no distinction between middle and high school. Most Canadian youngsters complete their school education till Grade 12.

After completion of Secondary Education, they may proceed on to vocational or tertiary studies.

Vocational Education

After completion of secondary school, students who wish to gain practical skills prefer to continue with vocational education.

The options are available from individual courses to Technician and Artisan training which takes 2 to 3 years.

Tertiary Education

This includes studies at universities and colleges.

It usually takes 2 to 4 years depends on level and type of program.

There is no formal ranking system and choices are often based on geographic convenience and the reputation of a particular course.

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Step 1

Decide Study Program You Want to Pursue & Check Admission Requirements

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Prepare & Appear for IELTS / PTE / TOEFL  

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Prepare & Submit Admission Application to Canadian Institutions

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Receive Admission Offer Letter from Canadian Institute 

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Step 5

Prepare Finance & Income Related Documents of Sponsor / Family

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Step 6

Pay Tuition Fees to Canadian Institute & Receive Tuition Fees Payment Receipt

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Step 7

Apply for Provincial Attestation Letter (PAL) (if required)

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Step 8

Undergo Medical Examination with Registered Panel Doctor / Hospital

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Step 9

Open GIC Account with Canadian Bank, Transfer Living Expense of CA$ 20,635 & Receive Statement of GIC Account

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Step 10

Prepare Study Permit Application  

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Submit Study Permit Application to IRCC Online & Pay Visa Application Fee

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Schedule Biometric Appointment & Complete the same at Canada VFS

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Step 13

Decision of Study Permit Application of Canada 

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Step 14

After Visa, Manage Pre-Departure Arrangements

Air Ticket / Shopping / Foreign Exchange / Travel Insurance / Accommodation

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Step 15

Attend Orientation & Enroll with Canadian Institute 

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