Complete Admissions Support To Study In Canada
As one of the world’s favourite student destinations Canada has much to boast of. Students from across the world flock to its reputed universities to pursue courses in every discipline. Strong infrastructure, cutting edge curriculum and sprawling campuses are the hallmark of Canadian institutions. Y-Axis works with students to help them increase their chances of studying in Canada. We help students identify and apply to the right course and right college that can serve as a launchpad for their international career.
WHY STUDY IN CANADA?
Canada is one of the best places to higher studies and the country attracts thousands of students each year from abroad. The country provides world class education which is recognized globally. Research is one of the key components of a graduate student. The universities support the students who come out with best research ideas and many scholarships are given to student for their research works.
- Affordable Education
- Innovative and Abundant Research Opportunities
- Immigration Possibilities
- Exciting Campus Lifestyle
- Healthy and Safe Communities
- International students can often work while they study & Internships
Some other pertinent reasons for choosing Canada include:
- Numerous research opportunities
- Possibility of immigration after completing the course
- Vibrant campus atmosphere
- International students have the option of working when studying
- Good internship opportunities
Cost of studying in Canada
Tuition fees in Canada vary by institution and province, but the cost is generally more affordable when compared to other countries around the world. Technical and medical courses are more expensive than arts courses.
On an average, the tuition and fees range from CAD 7,000 to CAD 35,000 per year for an International student.
|Study Program||Average fees(in CAD*)|
|Undergraduate Program||$12,000 to $25,000 per year|
|Postgraduate master’s Program||$24,000 to $35,000 per year|
|Doctoral Degree||$7,000 to $10,000 per year|
The cost of studying in Canada will include other factors such as the cost of living and the student and visa application fees you will need to pay.
Upcoming intakes in the Canada
Canadian universities and colleges offer three intakes. Intakes may also be referred to as a semester in some institutions. The three intakes available in Canada are:
Intake 1: Fall Semester – A popular intake starts in the month of September
Intake 2: Winter Semester – Starts in the month of January
Intake 3: Summer Semester – Usually starts from April/May, this intake is available for limited programs and colleges.
We would advise you to apply well in advance because admissions and scholarships get difficult when you apply closer to the deadline. It is better to apply 6 to 9 months before the academic session starts.
WORK AUTHORIZATION FOR STUDENTS:
- Students must be over 18 years of age
- International Students can work on-campus or off-campus for up to 20 hours during university semesters and full-time during breaks such as the winter or summer holidays, without the need for a work permit
- Foreign students who are studying in a program that requires work experience such as through a co-op or internship program
In general, spouses are given the same rights as the spouse is already in Canada. Therefore, if the spouse in Canada has the right to work, the spouse who comes to join him or her will also have that right. But also note that only work permit holders can apply for the dependant visas.
Canada Student Visa Requirements:
You will generally need the following for your CANADA Student Visa application:
- Valid Passport
- An acceptance letter from your education institution
- Proof of payment
- Proof of financial funds
- Passport size photographs
- Study Permit and visa
- English Proficiency
- Your University will make you aware of additional requirements if any prior to your application
AFTER YOU GRADUATE:
- Canada has provided ways to encourage international students and graduates to stay, gain work experience, or otherwise contribute to Canada’s economy and culture
- In its effort to retain international students, Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) operates a Post-Graduate Work Permit Program. Under this program, international graduates may obtain an open work permit for up to three years
- This allows them to work for any Canadian employer in any industry without the requirement of a Canadian job offer at the time of applying
Top Universities in Canada:
According to the QS World University Rankings, these are the top universities in Canada for 2020:
|Canada Rank||Global Rank||Name of University|
|1||29||University of Toronto|
|3||51||University of British Columbia|
|4||113||University of Alberta|
|5||137||Université de Montréal|
|7||173||University of Waterloo|
|9||233||University of Calgary|
How much IELTS score is required for Canada Student Visa?
A Canada Student Visa will require you to score a minimum of 5.5 bands in each of the 4 IELTS segments for Undergraduate Courses with an overall minimum score of 6.0 and plus. Graduate Courses require 6.5 bands score with at least a score of 6.0 in each of the 4 segments.
How can I get Study Visa for Canada?
The following are the steps to be followed to obtain the Canada Study Visa:
- Submit an online application for the Canada Study Visa on the website of the Citizenship and Immigration Canada prior o your arrival to the nation
- It is also possible to submit a paper-based Visa application in nations that have limited access to internet
- Provide a Letter of Acceptance from a Designated Learning Institution (DLI). It refers to a University/College recognized by the Government of Canada.
- Offer evidence of adequate financial resources for supporting your studies in Canada including living expenses and tuition fees
- Have no record of crime
- Provide medical records that state you are having a good health condition and if required complete medical examinations
How much money is required for Canada Study Visa?
Canada Student Visa requirements include offering proof of funds to support oneself. As of now, it is CAD 10,000 annually excluding the tuition fees. It is CAD 11,000 if you are applying to study in Quebec province.
Is ITR required for Canada Student Visa?
Submitting ITR – Income Tax Return as evidence of income has not been listed specifically among the mandatory documents for submission. However, Canada Student Visa applicants must note that:
- The mindset of the Visa Officers is to ensure that the student does not become a burden on Canada’s economy and must be able to bear the cost of studies
- Students who fail to support themselves can resort to work unlawfully or in other illegal activities and no nation would be happy about this
- Submitting ITR acts as evidence or a measure that builds confidence that the student will be able to fund the education in Canada without any support externally
- Any Education loans that are approved for Study in Canada are also deemed as available sources
What are the required documents for Canada study Visa?
Your application for student permit must have the following documents:
- Acceptance letter from the university
- Valid passport
- Proof that you have enough funds to finance your studies
- Proof of English Proficiency Test
- Academic Documents
- Receipt of Payment of Tuition fee
- Medical certificate
- Selection to a university in Quebec will need a Certificat d’acceptation du Québec’ (CAQ that will be sent by the university
Do I need a PCC for a Canadian Student Visa? I am from India.
Canada Student Visa applications filed by citizens of India from within India do not require PCC.
How much does it cost to study in Canada?
The official currency of Canada is the Canadian Dollar often represented as CAD or $.
Canada is an affordable country when it comes to study and live. The total cost you incur totally depends on the place you choose to study. The average cost for an international student seeking an undergraduate course would be at least $18,000. If you are pursuing a post graduate degree, it might cost you $17,000. There are also post graduate courses that cost as much as $50,000 too.
You should also consider other costs when putting down your budgeting. Health Insurance will cost $600; the administration fee would be between $150 and $500. The application fees for certain courses would cost $250.
If you want a study visa, you should be having at least $10,000 at your disposal for your living costs. If you want to live with more comfort, you should have at least $15,000. You can consider University accommodation over a rented one as the former would cost cheaper. Having more money is always good.
International students are allowed to work for 120 full days or 240 half days while they study at Canada. This can earn you extra money which you can use for other expenditure. But if you want enough money with which you could support your study, going for a full time work is a better option.
Which study is best for future in Canada?
Studying in Canada has many advantages. Choose whichever course you are interested. Research on which Canadian University is the best for you. Canadian Universities offer world class education and a practical approach to learning. These degrees are accepted worldwide.
As soon as students complete their graduation, they begin searching for jobs. Majority of these students get employment opportunities. But students from certain fields have a cut above chance of getting a job in Canada.
Below is the list
- Degrees in Dentistry have 100% chances of getting a job
- Degrees in the field of Medicine have 99% chances
- Nursing degrees have 97.4% chances
- Pharmacy degrees: 97.2% Degrees in Pharmacy have 97.2%
- A degree in Computer science has 96.5%
- Degrees in business have 94.9%
Which jobs are in demand in Canada?
Based on latest information, the top jobs available in Canada are related to healthcare and STEM related fields. Canada needs workers in these areas and are encouraging graduates from these fields to apply for them.
What are the documents required for obtaining the Canada study Visa?
- Attested copies of 10th, 12th and Degree certificates
- Proof of passing the English language proficiency test– TOEFL, IELTS
- Score of Standardized Tests such as GMAT, GRE (where necessary for the program)
- Academic references – 2
- Employer references – 2
- Photographs (Passport size)
- SOP (Statement of Purpose)
- Other Certificates & Achievements of Extracurricular Activities
- Certificates of extracurricular achievements
How do I prepare for entrance to universities in Canada?
You must prepare for standardized tests such as TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, IELTS based on the requirements of the university or course you are applying to. You must register for these tests in advance. Prior preparation for these tests is also necessary. You can do this by attending coaching classes or taking online courses. Sometimes you may have to retake these tests to get the qualifying score.
How do I finance my studies in Canada?
Before you leave for Canada, ensure that you have enough funds that will take care of your entire period of stay in the country. This should include funds for tuition fees, accommodation, food, clothes, local travel and other expenses. You must plan on how you will fund these expenses either with your personal savings, educational loans, scholarship etc.
What is the GIC required for students to study in Canada?
Students going to Canada must buy a special guaranteed investment certificate (GIC) from any of the participating bank such as Nova Scotia Bank, ICICI Bank, SBI Canada Bank, CIBC Bank for an amount of CAD 10,200 to facilitate the adjustment of the living expenses of the first year. With the GIC the student will receive CAD 2000 on arrival in Canada. The rest of the money will be paid in 12 equal installments to take care of his monthly living expenses.
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