The Canada Study Visa is designed for international graduates who not only want to study in Canada but also work while studying. Already thousands of students are studying and working in Canada for living the lifestyle they have always dreamt of. With the study visa, students can work part-time and qualify for various facilities offered. Home to 30 of the top 500 universities around the globe, Canada is a highly sought-after destination for international students. The study programs and research facilities offered in these universities are of global standards, making them even more attractive for students.
According to the reports, more and more students are migrating to Canada for studying and opt to earn permanent residency and settle.
Universities in Canada generally take students in three academic sessions, Fall, Winter, and Summer. You can check the courses and apply for the academic session that suits your needs.
Study Programs offered by the Canadian Universities
Canadian Universities offer various undergraduate and postgraduate programs for international students. Engineering and administrative courses are the most in-demand undergraduate programs in Canada. Management, finance, MBA/MIM, LLB, and MS degrees are among the top postgraduate programs. In addition to that, there are different programs like:-
- Advanced Diploma
- Certificate of Diploma
- Undergraduate and Postgraduate Program
- Doctorate or Ph.D. programs.
Canada Study Visa Eligibility
Letter of Acceptance
An offer letter from a College/University from a Designated Learning institute in Canada stating unconditional admission, the course title, duration of the study, level of study, start date (multiple start dates, if applicable).
English Test Results
IELTS Academic or PTE Test Results taken within last 24 months. An IELTS score of atleast 6 overall (with no bands less than 5.5) for Bachelor’s/Diploma/Certificate Courses and a score of 6.5 overall (with no bands less than 6) for Post-graduate/Masters Courses.
Copies of the most recent Educational Degree / Diploma Certificates along with 10th and 12th Markesheets/ Transcripts, and most recent Marksheets/Transcripts
Proof of Funds
Proof of funds for educational fees along with financial resources to support living expenses of self and immediate family members [A Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) from a participating Canadian financial institution, in the amount of $10,000 CAD to cover living expenses for your first year in Canada]
Candidates must be ready to go through medical examinations if requested.
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