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MAJOR INTAKES January September May
COST OF EDUCATION [CAD PER ANNUM]  $ 7,000 – $ 15,000
DURATION OF COURSE Diploma/ Advanced Diploma – 2 to 3 Years Bachelors Programs – 4 years Graduate Certificates (PG Diploma) – 1 to 2 years Masters Programs – 2 years

Canada, the second largest country in the world, is both a geographically vast and an ethnically diverse country to study in. Canada’s natural environment offers many recreational opportunities as well as a high standard of living in cosmopolitan and multicultural cities.

Canadians are known for being a peaceful and friendly people. There also are inhabitants of a multicultural and bilingual country which welcome students from all religions and nationalities. Thousands of students come to study in Canada every year and even more come to Canada to learn English or French.

The large urban centres of Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal are particularly well-known for their multicultural way of life. This rich cultural variety can be seen in the many languages spoken on the street, or the cuisines served through open restaurant windows or many cultural celebrations throughout the year.

Canada is one of the top 3 countries and is known to be an education hub and spending its per capita income on post-secondary education. Here, the education system is divided into 3 tiers i.e., elementary, secondary, and post-secondary.

The education system in Canada for an international student mainly has two options: community colleges and universities. The student can start from diploma or advanced level diploma to bachelors after HSC. The student can pursue post graduate level studies either in community college or universities.

  • Sheridan college
  • Confederation College
  • St Lawrence College
  • Seneca College
  • Humber Institute of technology
  • Cape Breton university
  • Lakeland College
  • Algonquin college
  • Selkirk college




Statment of Purpose


Marksheets and Passing Certificates from 10th onwards


Two reference letters from colleges / employers


Passport copy


IELTS score sheet
» Two Photograph (with White background )
» Oigrinal Proof of Payment of Canadian Fee Receipt (GIC Receipt)
» Confirmation Page of Online Visa Application with bar code
» Original Receipt of Visa Fee
» Original Interview Appointment Letter
» Evidence of Financial Sources (Required Bank Statement of previous 4 months + Property documents)
» Affidavit of Support from Sponsor (Copy of CNIC + Passport ID Page of Sponsor must be attached with it)
» All Original Educational Documents
» Original IELTS Certificate
» Statement of Purpose (minimum 500 words)
» Proof of Tuition fee payment
» Visa Application forms
» 2 complete photo copy sets of all above attested and notarized
  • All students should be fluent in English if applying to Canadian institutes.
  • Below is the score requirement:
  • Diploma/ Advanced Diploma- 6.0 bands in IELTS / 80 in TOEFL
  • Graduate Certificate- 6.5 bands in IELTS/ 90 in TOEFL

Costs Of Studies:

Costs Undergraduate Studies in Canada Graduate Studies in Canada (PG)
Newfoundland $7,260 $1,896 – 3,549
Prince Edward Island $7,510 $6,100
Nova Scotia $8,520 – 12,480 $4,329 – 15,000
New Brunswick $7,063 – 10,720 $5,610 – 8,465
Quebec $9,168 – 10,518 $8,268 – 20,000
Ontario $6,900 – 16,204

Students who have enrolled for a two or more year program are eligible for 3 years of work permit. There is no restriction on employment which can be beneficial for students who are looking to settle down and work. Canada is in the forefront for its technological advancement hence the computer, networking and wireless industry are the sectors for the best opportunities when it comes to work prospects.

Canada is a land of opportunities to find the skilled employment within the country in different provinces. There are types of employment options available as per the skilled occupation list in which the student can apply after the education.