Study Permit & Visa, PGWP & PR

Study Permit & Visa

Study Permit & Visa Students can apply for their study permit once they have received an offer of admission and paid their tuition deposit. Applications can be submitted on line; however, paper applications are also available and can be submitted at the Visa Application Centers (VACs) or to the Canadian Consulate’s Office in the student’s […]

Living in Canada

Living in Canada

Canada is notably one of the best places to live. But, like any other country, it has its own set of customs, culture, and way of doing things, which may differ from a student’s home country and require some learning and getting used to it. On-Campus Residence Students can find residence options offered by a […]

Work During Study

Work and Study

On-Campus Employment “On-campus” refers to all the buildings and offices on the school premises. Full- time students can work on-campus if their study permit indicates that they’re allowed to work on- or off-campus. Off-Campus Jobs International students can join the Canadian workforce while studying on a part-time basis if there are no work restrictions on […]

Financial Cost


The average annual tuition fee for international students for academic year 2018/2019 was $27,159 CAD for undergraduate studies, and $16,497 CAD for graduate studies. Fees can vary greatly depending on the field of study, as well as by the academic institution. At the undergraduate level, annual fees range from approximately $20,000 CAD to $60,000 CAD […]

Application Deadlines


In Canada, admissions are typically offered for entry in fall (September), winter (January) and summer (May). September is considered the official start of the school year and that’s when the biggest intake occurs. Many programs are only available for admission in the fall. Application deadlines vary by institution, as well as by programs. General application […]

Flexible Study Pathways

Study Pathway

Students who wish to study in Canada may first attend a prerequisite or preparatory program to meet the entry requirements for their desired degree or diploma program. This is called a pathway program. Pathway programs bridge the gap between the qualifications from a student’s home country and the level needed to enter into a post-secondary […]

Why Study in Canada?

Why Canada?

With affordable tuition fees, quality institutions, flexibility to work during study, post-study work and immigration options, and welcoming people, it Is no surprise that Canada is one of the premiere destinations for international students, drawing in over 300,000 new international students annually. According to the Canadian Bureau for International Education’s (CBIE) 2019 International Student Survey, […]