Studying in Canada

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Why Canada is the most sought-after country of study amongst foreign students compared to other countries?

International policies keep determining the choice of studies students choose the world over from time to time. In addition to co-op, students are allowed to work part-time for about 20 hours per week on campus or outside. However, Canada is the only country that has rewarding careers like post-study work permits which have been consistent in getting a job. This apart permanent residency is the reason why Indian students are flocking to
this country. From the year 2016 Indians getting permanent residency grew up to 105 percent whereas it was an endless process of waiting in other countries including America.

It is a bilingual country and studying is an excellent option to boost your career prospects. Canada never lacked in university choices offering STEM (Science, technology, engineering, and management) courses, and to back it up its post-graduation work permit (PGWP) is commonly seen as the first major step toward obtaining permanent resident status. The fee for ungraduated or postgraduate study is much cheaper and more affordable compared to other countries. A study permit visa normally takes about 60 business days to up to 11 weeks from the time the application is received. Indian students applying to Canadian colleges and universities are substantially increasing every year.

How much does it cost to Study in Canada?

  • Undergraduate program costs – $13,000 to $20,000 per year
  • Postgraduate master’s degree – $17,000 to $25,000 per year
  • Doctoral degree – $7,000 to $15,000 per year
  • MBA – $30,000 to $40,000 per year

For more information reach out to Novus Immigration Services. Licensed as the Regulated Canadian Immigration Law Firm by the Bar Council of British Columbia. Find out more about Canadian Experience Class, Express Entry, PNP, Permanent Residence, and the document checklist. Licensed as the Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant by the Bar Council of British Columbia.

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