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Study in a country that is ranked #3 in the world for both "Best Countries to Live in" and " Quality of Life" according to US News.

Earn while you learn, part-time working opportunities are available while you conduct your studies. Post-graduate working permits, and pro-immigration policies. Cultural diversity, low crime rates, and great student health benefits. Affordable cost with high-quality and globally accredited education. 

According to US News, Canada is ranked #3
"Best Countries to Live in" & "Quality of Live"

Multiple scholarships opportunities for students each academic year

Affordable cost with
high-quality education

High rate of employability and work while you study

4 Reasons to Study in Canada!

Estimated cost of studying in Canada

Foundation Courses

2,000 - 18,000 CAD/year

Bachelor Degree

7,000 - 66,000 CAD/year

Master's Degree

4,000 - 64,000 CAD/year

Doctoral Degree

7,000 - 40,000 CAD/year

*The cost of studying in Canada will vary depending on: the program, location, and reputation of the institution.

Popular Universities in Canada

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University of Waterloo

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University of Ottawa

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Western University

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Simon Fraser University


Academic transcripts and certificate of completion of studies with minimum marks

English language proficiency results (IELTS/TOEFL/PTE/CAE)

Official translations of documents in a language other than English

A copy of your passport

Online application form

Course-specific document requirements (Ex: Portfolio, certificates, related employment)

Statement of purpose & research proposal (Graduate Programs)

Letter of recommendation (Graduate programs)

GMAT or GRE scores depending on University (MBA program)

Application fee, if any

Student Visa Requirements

Allows students to live, and study. Work is permitted alongside the visa with a maximum of 20 hours a week.

A valid passport or other valid travel documentation

Evidence of funds that is sufficient for living expense according to the duration of your course

Proof of acceptance, including the original or electronic copy of the letter

Passport-sized (5x7cm) colored photograph

Immigration Medical Exam

Letter of explanation

Quebec Acceptance Certificate

Other documents will be requested along the application process

Proof of English Proficiency

Living Cost Estimates

On average, the living cost in Canada ranges from 8,000 - 10,000 CAD per year. This will depend on the area you are residing and other expenses.

General Accommodation :
250 - 800 CAD/month

Private Apartment :
400 - 1,500 CAD/month

Food and Groceries :
1,200 - 1,500 CAD/month

Internet & Phone :
50 - 76 CAD/month

Public Transport :
80 - 150 CAD/month

Entertainment :
80 - 200 CAD/month

*Living cost estimates may vary depending on area

What They Say About Studying in Canada?


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Study in a city full of diversity, energy, and historical sites: Top 10 "Most Liveable Cities" in the world 2022! Toronto is perfect for you- international students!

Did you know that Toronto is home to the world's largest neighborhood-based library system? Other than that, Toronto is the financial hub and largest city in Canada. Be apart of a multicultural society with a cosmopolitan vibe. Expand your knowledge and live like a local!



City View


Well-known for its breathtaking views, scenic routes, cyclists, and laid-back atmosphere; Vancouver is a perfect melting pot of city meets nature.  Study and immerse in the magnificent scenery of the coast, forest, and mountains.

With 40% of its total population made of immigrants, Vancouver is definitely a perfect destination for international students. Explore the city's highlight: from Granville Island to Grouse Mountain, you will never get bored of its breathtaking views!

Study in the seventh coldest capital in the world! Well known for its longest skating rink in the world during winter, you'll never get bored!

Ottawa is the place to be if you want to study in Canada. As the nation's capital, Ottawa is a fantastic student city with a lot to offer! With nearly half of the population under the age of 35, the city is the best place for you to enhance your knowledge and network with students from all around the world!



Canada City Highlights

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List of Institutions in Canada

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Carleton University

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Memorial University Newfoundland

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University of Regina (U of R)

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University of New Brunswick

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University of Manitoba

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Queen's University

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University of Saskatchewan

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University of Guelph

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Ontario Tech

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University of Windsor

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Wilfrid Laurier University

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Lakehead University

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Brock University

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Laurentian University

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Toronto Metropolitan University

Trent University

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University of Waterloo

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University of Ottawa

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Western University

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Simon Fraser University

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