Top Programs in Canada
|BBA in Canada
||UToronto, SFU, Dalhousie University
||UToronto, University of Calgary, UBC
|MBA in Canada
||U of T, McGill University, UWO
|MS in Data Science
||UBC, Ryerson University, U of T
|MS in Business Analytics
||UBC, York University, University of Alberta
|Masters in Computer Science
||UToronto, UWaterloo, UBC
||9.5 to 57.9 lakhs
|Masters in Civil Engineering
||U of T, UBC, UWaterloo
|PG Diploma Courses
||Algonquin College, Centennial College, Fleming College
Where to Study in Canada?
Apart from wishing to studying in your preferred university, you might be interested in knowing the best student cities in Canada. Some of the most popular student cities include Montreal, Toronto, Quebec, Vancouver, and Edmonton. Here is what you can expect when choosing universities in these particular student cities:
- Toronto: Located in the province of Ontario, Toronto is home to Canada’s most reputable university, U of T. It is also the largest city in Canada and boasts of being one of the world’s most multicultural cities. The city is known as the financial center of Canada, with 5 of the largest banks in the country.
- Vancouver: This young city in Canada, is the third-largest metropolis in the country. It makes it to the most liveable cities in the world. Home to universities like University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, University of Victoria, and more, it is best for students who wish to combine city-living with laid back outdoors within easy reach.
- Montreal: Canada’s second-largest city is highest in concentration of post-secondary students. It also features in Best Student Cities as per QS. It is home to universities like McGill, University de Montreal, and Concordia University.
- Edmonton: The capital of province Alberta, Edmonton is also popularly called the Festival City. It is home to UAlberta and offers students relatively decent weather to survive in Canada.
Canada Student Visa
International students must obtain a study permit to study in Canada for a duration of more than 6 months or continue ongoing education in Canada. A student visa in Canada is known as a study permit.
When should you apply for the study permit?
Planning is the most important part when deciding to study abroad. Students aspiring to study in Canada are advised to apply for their study permit 4 to 6 months prior to the beginning of their classes.
What documents are required to apply for the student permit?
- A letter of acceptance from the designated learning institution (DLI) is mandatory to apply for a student visa.
- Valid passport or travel document
- Identity proof, authorized by the resident’s government.
- A financial statement in support of the candidate’s eligibility to meet living costs and fees is also required.
- Medical information
- A letter defining your statement of purpose to study in Canada and how will you add to the pool of resources there.
Apply: Application for Canada Student Permit can be made online and offline via:
- Government of Canada Key, log in at GCKey
- Visit the nearest VAC (Visa Application Centre) or apply at the entry port
You can restore your status as a student if you are planning to extend your stay in Canada by renewing the study permit for 350 CAD (Restoring status – 200 CAD & new study permit – 150 CAD)
How should you prepare for the visa interview?
After the visa application process, students are called for an interview. This process is a bit strenuous and requires a lot of preparation. Students are advised to go through a student guide for tips to crack visa interviews.