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Canada Education Consultants

Education consultants for study in Canada

Best Place to Study and Live in canada

As one of the countries to launch a multiculturalism policy, Canada was always going to be a great place for foreigners. Having been voted for consecutive years as the best country to live and study in, Canada has been welcoming more than 200,000 researchers and students each year. For most of these students, making the decision was not entirely hard at all. Other than the possibility of landing a scholarship from the government or other initiatives, there are other attractive reasons students want to further their education in Canada.

Top Class Universities in Canada

The emphasis on research in post-secondary education has greatly improved the statuses of Canadian universities. 10 or more Canadian universities have been selected for different rankings of top class universities in the world. Other than the high academic standards upheld by Canadian universities, there are diverse schools of studies students can choose from. These include but are not limited to computer science and technology, agriculture, environmental studies, medicine, telecommunications among others. The government and equally the private sector have remained supportive in research projects to make Canadian universities offer nothing less than cutting edge education.

Affordable Living Costs in Canada

With Canada, you will enjoy the benefits of living in a first-world economy, at a relatively low cost. The country has three territories which have been subdivided into ten provinces hosting an average population of 35 million. Bordering Canada to the south is the USA. The two countries have strong immigration arrangements that allow Canadians to move to the USA, and hence you will find a majority of the 35million settling around the border area. The government and Canadian natives are all committed to ensuring for a diverse culture. Everyone is friendly to each other, and this diversity of freedom serves as a protection to all. The country is peaceful, stable and quite safe with a very low crime rate, making it easy for international students to settle in.

Employment Rate in canada

Other than getting a strong, globally certificate from Canadian universities, you will get a job too. With over 5,000 global agreements with both local and international companies, Canadian graduates are most likely to secure a job sooner than in any other location. The education system focuses on an industry-specified research. This prepares the graduates for the work environment, long before they leave the university halls. It is no surprise that 90% graduates from Canada can secure permanent employment in less than six months after they graduated.

Studying in Canada would be a dream come true experience for anyone, literally, since Canada is ranked as the BEST PLACE in the world to LIVE.  Because of its access to education, high life expectancy and low crime rates, Canada is a very attractive destination for students throughout the world.

Canada welcomes immigrants with open arms. Thus, those who complete their education can decide upon staying back and complete the immigration process to enjoy the best life in the world! As a country of immigrants, Canada places a high-demand on multicultural diversity.

Moreover, Canadian education costs are relatively cheaper than US and other countries - by at least 30%. Coupled with its low cost of living, Canada is one of the best destinations for international students.

Canada is a bilingual country with two official languages - English and French.  Most of the French-speaking inhabitants live in Quebec. However, almost all non-Quebec based universities offer education instruction in English only.

Top Courses

Canadian Universities offer plethora of courses which are traditional as well as modern. You can find exclusive courses which are designed to produce sophisticated professionals for the next generation.

Business and Finance

Computer Science and Information Technology


Health and Medicine

Agriculture Science and Forestry

Media and Journalism



Find the trending programs that students choose to study in Canada:

Program Duration Average Tuition Fees BScNursing 2-4years CAD33,000/ year MenAerospace and Engineering 3years CAD38,000/ year MEngIndustrial Systems Engineering 2 years CAD45,000/ year MScNursing 2 years CAD 44,000/year MA MediaStudies 2 years CAD35,000/ year MScBusiness Management 1 year CAD29,000/ year MBA 1-2 years CAD38,000/ year LLM 1-2 years CAD20,000/ year

Admission Process (Step by Step)

Once you decide to study in Canada, choose your program and search for the best Universities that are offering your desired program.

Check out the official websites of the selected universities to know the requirements and eligibility criteria. Finalize the University, fill the application form and upload all required documents and certificates. Pay the application fee as well. If you are selected, you will be sent a letter of acceptance, needed to get your student visa. Canada admission process is very painstaking. Hence, you may need our career counsellors at Sowrya Consultancy to help you with the process.

Cost of Attendance

The tuition fees and living expenditure go up and down according to the program/university and your living standard. Private Universities are more expensive than Public Universities

Tuition Fees

Degree Type                             Average Annual Tuition Fee

Bachelor’s                                   CAD 8,000 - 35,000

Master’s                                      CAD 10,000 - 52,000

Living Cost

Particular                                   Average Cost Per Year

On-campus Accommodation             CAD 8,000

Shared Apartment Off-campus         CAD 9,000

Food                                              CAD 6,000

Transportation                                CAD 1,200

Books and supplies                         CAD 800

Miscellaneous                                 CAD 4,000

Visa Application (Step by Step)

After getting the letter of acceptance from the university, you have to prepare the required documents for VISA processing. You have to be meticulous to get the visa without any hassle. Focus on the following steps.

Apply online for your student visa, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) website.

Upload the required documents.

Name and date of birth

Address and contact number

Passport details

Details of travel plans, and travel companions

Physical fitness / medical health information

Original letter of acceptance from a Canadian university

If you plan to study in Quebec, you will also need a Certificate D’acceptation du Québec, English and French translations of your document, a statement from the translator and a certified copy of the original documents

Proof of English language proficiency

Submit the proof of financial resources to support your studies in Canada (Tuition fees and Living expenses).

Submit the document which shows that you have no criminal record.

Once the online process completes, you will have to attend your student visa interview at your chosen embassy office.

Canada admission process is very painstaking. Hence, you may need our career counsellors at Sowrya Consultancy to help you with the process.

Top Scholarships

Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan

Canadian Francophonie Scholarship

National Research Council of Canada (NRCC)

University of Waterloo Scholarships

Université de Montréal Scholarships

University Canada West Scholarships

McGill University Scholarships

Work Opportunities:

Student visa holders are granted the permission to work on-campus and off-campus. They may be eligible to apply for off-campus employment permit after 6months of study.

International students can work for 20 hours per week

Part time student jobs in Canada for international students

 Part-Time Jobs            Average Salary Per Hour

Teacher’sAssistant             CAD 15

Tutor                                CAD 17

Freelancer                        CAD 25

Webdesigner                     CAD 22

Translator                         CAD 21

Salesperson                      CAD 25

Dogwalker                        CAD 14

Barista                             CAD 12

Post Study Job Opportunities in Canada:

Career Fields                           

Area of Specialization    Average Annual Salary

Management                                    CAD 83,000

Healthcare                                       CAD 101,000

Chemical Engineering                       CAD 75,000

Statistics / Data Science                   CAD 75,000

Electrical & Electronics Engineering    CAD 72,000

Getting the Work Visa & PR in Canada

The government of Canada allows the international students to apply for a work permit in Canada after the completion of the course. Eligibility Criteria for Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP). The student must have completed a program of study that lasted at least 8 months and led to a degree, diploma or certificate. The student must have studied full time each academic session without any break in between. You may also be eligible for Canadian Permanent Residence status, after 3 years of stay and work under the work permit

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