STUDY IN CANADA
Why Study in Canada?
Canada has consistently maintained its prestige as an attractive education hub due to varieties of factors including its global recognition, reputation, affordability, cultural exposure and abundant research opportunities.
Canada has established itself as an immensely high benchmark for academic standards and has rigorous processes to uphold quality that ultimately are designed to broaden opportunities for the longer term. For a country that measures high amongst the OECD countries in terms of its overall quality of life, its tuition fees and living costs are surprisingly lower than one may speculate, especially when compared with other supreme education hubs such as the USA and UK.
Furthermore, a total of 13 Universities from Canada are recognized in the world’s Top 200 by QS including 3 that appear to be in the Top 50. If you are looking to study in Canada, read ahead and find out more.
List of Universities/Institutions in the Canada
- Centennial College
- College of New Caledonia
- Fanshawe College
- George Brown College
- Humber College
- Kings University College
- Langara College
- Thomas University
- Trent University
- University of Manitoba
- University of Waterloo
- Vancouver Island University
Top Universities in Canada-
Some of the top Canada universities include the University of Toronto, University of Waterloo, McGill, Dalhousie University, The University of British Columbia and the University of Alberta.
Canadian universities and colleges have comparative advantage in the following study areas:
- Engineering (Specialized in Automotive, Civil, Mining and Petroleum),
- Environmental Sciences,
- Finance and Economics.
Education Cost for Studying in Canada-
Cost of higher education in Canada is quite affordable as compared to the cost in the UK, Australia, New Zealand and the US. Here is details about tuition fee in Canada-
Tuition Fee (CAD$):
Undergraduate Bachelor Degree : $15,000
Postgraduate Master’s Degree : $10,000 to $16,000
Accommodation (CAD$) : $3000 – $7500
Minimum Living cost (CAD$) : $30,000 per annum (Average Total)
Note: The average living cost for Canada may vary according to location, university and individual.
Scholarships to Study in Canada
In order to capitalize on the available scholarships in Canada, we advise you to visit our offices as early as possible. We will provide you with complete information on the Canada scholarship process. If we find you eligible for any scholarships category, you will be granted with one.
Students considering Canada as abroad study are recommended to begin the application procedure 8-12 months prior to the intake. Scholarship deadlines vary amongst institutions.
Intakes: January, May & September
Admission Process to Study in Canada
To learn about the detailed description of admission process and get the equivalent advices regarding Study Process in Canada, students should first register themselves at Cambridge Institute of Technology.
Shortly after the registration, students will be thoroughly guided through a number of key stages, maximizing their chances of getting admission at the University of their choice.
Here is how the process goes-
First register yourself at Cambridge Institute of Technology for further advices and details.
Secondly we will make an assessment of your personal information including academic qualifications, work experiences, financial status, career goals as well as life interests and aspirations.
- Standardized Tests
After going through your profile, we evaluate the requirement of any standardized test that you might need to take or revise your results that has already been obtained.
- University & Course Selection
Then, we list down all the potential universities and courses that matches your profile and interests. We also provide you with scholarships details.
- Documentation and Editing
We go through your documentation, check and correct your writings including Statement of Purpose, Letters of Recommendation and Resume and forward it for next process.
- Application Review and Submission
Your complete application forms are then revised and reviewed before being submitted to your final choice of universities.
- Interview Preparation
We assist you for the preparation of your interview. All required tests and possible questions are provided to you in order to build confidence in you for your interview with your choice of university and courses.
- Visa Counselling
We guide you through a step by step process for proper documentation before submission of visa application. We assist you from banking assistance to university enrollment process and help you make your way for abroad study.
- Pre-Departure Information
We deliver comprehensive information about the country of your choice to ensure that you are completely prepared for a new life at an overseas university.
Student Visa Requirements for Canada
Here are the major lists of documents required while processing to Canada:
• Attested copies of X, XII & Graduate Degree (if applicable), Mark Sheets including Backlogs
• Evidence of English Language proficiency tests e.g. IELTS, TOEFL, etc.
• Standardized Tests e.g. GMAT, GRE (where necessary for the program)
• Two academic references
• Two references from employers (where applicable)
• Passport sized photographs
• Statement of Purpose (SOP)
• Draft for application fees (if applicable)
• Portfolio (for Art, Design & Architecture Courses)
• Other Certificates & Achievements of Extracurricular Activities
Note: Documents required for individual universities and individual courses in Canada may vary.
For more details about the Canada admissions process contact us at 01-4223815 | 4256776