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Why study in Canada?

Canada has become one of the most popular destinations for study overseas and for good reason – Study in Canada offers lower fees, best Canadian Universities and best Colleges, almost guaranteed Canada student visa, Easy Canada Immigration process and Super quality of life.

Canada is a very promising country you should look at as your future study or Work Abroad destination. Canada is a very large country and with industry developing at a very fast pace there is a huge shortage of talent, which has resulted in a huge need for immigrants. To promote foreign students to enter Canada the Canadian Government has launched a program called SPP – Student Partner Program which has very easy and streamlined process for Visa approval and Low Fees in Colleges across Canada.  Another advantage is the proximity to the US, USA is a neighbor to the US and some analysts are suggesting that because of the Trump Administrations strict policies on immigration certain High Tech industries dependent on immigrants might move to Canada creating a huge need for talented individuals.

Employment prospects

In Canada, work rights are available to international students while studying and also upon finishing a degree or diploma.

During your studies

Some Years ago, Canada announced new regulations for international students. As of June, 2014, students do not need to apply for a separate work visa to work off-campus, and are eligible to work as soon as their program of study begins.

Canada provides extensive work and career opportunities for all types of students. Many institutions in Canada offer a co-operative (co-op) education program. This is a structured program where students alternate between periods of work and study. This integrated curriculum is achieved through a partnership between the educational institution and industry.

After graduation

International graduates from Canadian higher education institutions also have the opportunity to work in Canada for up to three years following the completion of their program.

To work in Canada after you graduate, you must apply for a work permit under the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP). If you would like to look into staying in Canada as a permanent resident after you finish your studies, there are several programs available, each with its own requirements.

Our Team at TOPS can not only help you achieve your dreams of Study Overseas but also guide you on the best course, college or university to select.

Canadian Education System

Canada is among the few countries that offer a wide variety of options to students looking to do studies either after 12th or after Graduation in different streams. So that depends on which course we apply. Students can go for Masters or for the Diploma and Post Graduate Diploma Courses. The best universities in Canada not only offer great education but also top notch facilities for the overall growth of the students. You will study with the best students of the world and get access to a multi-cultural environment where students from across the world are invited and accepted.

The education system in Canada is divided into different parts:

  • Certificate level ( generally for a year or lesser )
  • Diploma level, for one or  two years
  • Advanced Diploma, generally two or three-year programs
  • Bachelor degrees, awarded after four years of full-time study
  • Post-graduate Diplomas/Certificates, for one or two years of study
  • Master’s degrees, available after a bachelor degree to excel in a certain subject, for one to two years
  • Doctorate or PhD, Generally four to Seven Years
  • Some years ago Canadian government launched a highly successful program called SPP especially for Indian students which was designed for Indian students with low fees and easy access to a Canadian visa.

On 1st of February 2018, Canada Launched another program called SDS for the students who are willing to study abroad. The Study Direct Stream (SDS) Program is a program that will speed up the processing for the full-time studies attending universities and colleges in Canada for Filipinos. The SDS Program is supported by Scotia bank, a leading Canadian financial institution.

The English Language requirement to study in Canada is based on the courses and institute you chose, still the minimum requirement of IELTS is 6 bands in each module for students to get admission letters and visa approvals.

The Best thing about Canada Student Visa is that the student is getting the full time work permit after completing their education, which is known as PSW (Post Study Work Visa). Upon the completion of 2yearsof work visa most students gets eligible to apply for State (Province) PR.

Cost of Study in Canada

Tuition Fees

Tuition fees for Canadian institutions vary from course to course and institution to institution. On an average, a student needs to pay a minimum of C$12,000 (Approximately) to as high as C$40,000 (~US$34,000) per year.

Other than tuition fees, an international student would need to pay institution administration fees of around C$100, international student application fees from around C$250, compulsory fees for student services of C$500-1,000 and processing fees for a study permit (currently C$150 with a biometric processing fee of C$85).

Accommodation

Rent costs will vary greatly depending on where you study, and if you live on or off campus.
If you choose to live off campus you will likely pay around $600 a month to rent a room and at least $1,800 a month to rent an apartment. (Approximately)

SPP Colleges in Canada

The Student Partner’s Program in Canada is regulated by the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and the Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC). Under this SPP program, selected colleges and universities often termed as the Canadian College Community (CCC), offer admissions to Indian students for undergraduate, post-graduate as well as diploma courses. However, interested students must keep in mind that students with an already rejected visa from Canada are not eligible to apply under the SPP Program. The motive behind the SPP Program in Canada is to make dreams come true for the students who wish to receive education and work in Canada. For this, the SPP Program provides quality education through the SPP Colleges and great work opportunities, thereafter.

In 2009, the ACCC and CIC collectively shortlisted over 46 institutes (Colleges/ Universities) from all over Canada to be featured in the SPP Program. These colleges have been picked from all the different provinces of Canada, be it in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec or Saskatchewan.

Here is a list of SPP Colleges in Canada, listed in the alphabetical order.

  1. Algonquin College
  2. Assiniboine Community College
  3. Bow Valley College
  4. Cambrian College of Applied Arts & Technology
  5. Camosun College
  6. Canadore College
  7. Centennial College of Applied Arts & Technology
  8. College of New Caledonia
  9. College of the Rockies
  10. Conestoga College
  11. Confederation College of Applied Arts & Technology
  12. Douglas College
  13. Durham College
  14. Fanshawe College of Applied Arts & Technology
  15. Fleming College
  16. George Brown College
  17. Georgian College of Arts & Technology
  18. Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning
  19. Kwantlen Polytechnic University
  20. Lakeland College
  21. Langara College
  22. Lambton College of Applied Arts & Technology
  23. LaSalle College
  24. Loyalist College of Applied Arts & Technology
  25. Manitoba Institute of Trades & Technology
  26. Medicine Hat College
  27. Mohawk College of Applied Arts & Technology
  28. Niagara College
  29. North Island College
  30. Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  31. Northern College
  32. Northern Lights
  33. NorQuest College
  34. Okanagan College
  35. Parkland College
  36. Red River College of Applied Arts, Science & Technology
  37. Saskatchewan Polytechnic
  38. Sault College
  39. Selkirk College
  40. Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology
  41. Sheridan College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning
  42. Clair College of Applied Arts & Technology
  43. Lawrence College
  44. University of the Fraser Valley
  45. Vancouver Community College
  46. Vancouver Island University

The Study permit is deemed valid for only DLI-affiliated institutions in Canada.

DLI number (Designated Learning Institution number) is accorded as a mark of recognition given to a particular school or university, to host international students.

So, in order avail the benefits of the SPP Program, you should be enrolled in a DLI-recognized institution. However, it is by default that most of the colleges and universities in Canada are DLI recognized.

List of Documents Required for Canada:

  • Passport
  • Passport-size photographs
  • Unconditional letter of acceptance
  • Fees receipt (recommended)
  • Scholarship letter (if applicable)
  • Any relevant correspondence with the institution
  • Financial documents
  • Academic documents
  • Test scores
  • Work experience certificates (if applicable)
  • Medical report (if already undertaken).

Permanent  Residency

The students who already completed their studies in Canada and has involved in a work for 1 year fulltime (in his PSW) can be eligible for the State PR.

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