How to Apply for UG & PG Courses in Canada?
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How to Apply for UG & PG Courses in Canada?

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Updated on Apr 5, 2022 14:40 IST

All those who want to study in Canada need to obtain a Canadian student visa for staying there. If the course duration is six months or less then students need not take a Canadian study permit. So, decide which university you want to go to and apply there, also, check the duration of the course which you are going to pursue, as you need to get a student visa accordingly. For this, you need to know how to apply to universities abroad? Getting a visa for moving to Canada is essential, however, it is the last step in the entire process. There is a long process that students need to go through before applying for a student visa. In this article, we’ll discuss the entire process which students should follow while applying to universities in Canada for pursuing undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

Why study in Canada?

Those who are looking for Canada's admission process should also be aware of Canada’s higher education system. Canada has one of the most recognised higher education systems in the world. Also, it is home to many top universities in the world. The quality of Canadian education is compared directly to study abroad leaders like US and UK. After US and UK, a maximum number of Canadian universities are there in the top 500 world universities. The Canadian higher education system focuses on offering a world-class teaching environment and state-of-the-art research in technology, medicine, oil & gas, and pharmaceuticals.

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Types of colleges and universities in Canada

Canada has some of the best universities and colleges in the world. With more than 100 colleges Canada emphasizes offering quality higher education at affordable prices. It has both public and private institutions. Canada is known for offering vocational courses that are best suited to getting jobs.

Canada application process

It is always good to know which exam to give for which course before you start the application process. In addition to this, students should also know about the documents required to apply to universities in Canada.

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Apart from this, one should also be aware of the timelines before applying to your desired educational institution. Students can apply directly to the universities/colleges they want to go to. Those who want to pursue an MBA in Canada must also be aware of the complete application process to apply to their desired universities.

Top universities in Canada

University of Toronto

The University of British Columbia

University of Alberta

McGill University

York University

Memorial University of Newfoundland

University of Waterloo

University of Windsor

University of Calgary

McMaster University

Top colleges in Canada

Humber College

Centennial College

George Brown College

Conestoga College

Georgian College

Lambton College

Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology

Canadore College

Fanshawe College

Durham College

Tuition fees and living expenses in Canada

The cost of living and tuition fee is low in Canada if we look at other top study destinations like the US, UK, and Australia. So, international students specially from India prefer going to Canada and pursuing their higher studies there.

Btech and living expenses in Canada

Note: The average tuition fee is based on 419 BE/Btech courses in Canada

Note: The average living expenses are based on 163 colleges in Canada

 

MS and living expenses in Canada

Note: The average tuition fee is based on 523 MS courses in Canada

Note: The average living expenses are based on 163 colleges in Canada

Canada is an immigrant-friendly nation and offers post-study work visa to international students that allows them to stay and work here after completing their education program.

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Once you receive admission from your desired college, the aspirant needs to respond back immediately to the college. Generally, the aspirants need to deposit some amount of money to assure the college that you will be attending the college for the desired semester/year.

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Universities in Canada without application fees

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