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Canada is host to international students from almost 180 nationalities. Such a myriad student fraternity always adds up to the exuberance and experience of the international students. International student community is spread all across Canada, from the large metropolitan areas to serene towns and countryside. An international student is legitimately entitled to work 20 hours per week, and 40 hours per week, during the semester breaks. A student life in Canada can teach more lessons than one and make an individual learn not only at a College or a University, but also it makes the student learn many a things about time management, financial and social independence, decision making and climate acclimatization. The following are the Top 15 host cities and towns for international students in Canada:
- St. Catharines-Niagara
As of 2017, 25,575 students with the Indian citizenship at Canadian Universities, which is the second highest number of international students after the students of Chinese origin. On the other hand, in 2017 only, 86,900 students with the Indian citizenship were enrolled at the Canadian Colleges, which, by far, was the highest number for the students from any country.
The tertiary education system in Canada can be bifurcated into two layers as far as the international students are concerned:
Canada’s tertiary education focuses on enhancing not only the knowledge of the students, but also equips them with the skills and abilities required by the industry. This makes the candidates competent enough to excel in their respective fields anywhere across the globe. Canada’s higher, post-secondary education can be broadly categorized into the following credentials:
- Diploma Programs – 2 Years
- Advanced Diploma Programs – 3 Years
- Bachelors’ Programs – 4 Years
- Post Graduate Diploma/Graduate Certificate Programs – 1 OR 2 Years
- Masters’ Programs – 2 Years
Pursuing a full length program (At least 4 subjects per Semester) for a minimum period of two years, entitles the students with an Open Work Permit of 3 Years. Of these 3 years, if the student works in his own field of study for one year (managerial/supervisorial/co-ordinator categories of work), the student becomes eligible to file his Permanent Residence in Canada. However, if the student applies for a 1-Year, full time program, he becomes eligible to receive an Open Work Permit for 1 year only, of which he needs to work for a year, in order to file his Permanent Residence.
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IELTS (International English Language Testing System – Academic) is by far, the most widely accepted English Proficiency test score across all the Canadian Universities and Colleges. The generic requirement under the SDS (Student Direct Stream) Category for IELTS asks the candidates to have a score of 6.0 bands overall, no less than 6.0 bands in each module (out of 9.0 bands). The score of 6.0 bands overall, no less than 6.0 bands in each module can assist in getting some of the most reputed Diploma and Advanced Diploma programs (IELTS requirements may vary from institution to institution. Please check the institution’s websites for the respective IELTS requirements). On the other hand, most of the Bachelors’, Post Graduate Diploma programs as well as Masters’ programs require the candidates to have a score of 6.5 bands overall, no less than 6.0 bands in each module (IELTS requirements may vary from institution to institution. Please check the institution’s websites for the respective IELTS requirements).
PTE (Pearson’s Test of English – Academic) is another English Proficiency test score that is accepted certain Canadian Universities and Colleges. Some of the premium institutions might require the candidates to have an overall score in excess of 60, out of 90 in PTE. Candidates with the PTE scores cannot submit their files under the SDS (Student Direct Stream) category.
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language – iBT) is also accepted as one of the English proficiency test scores by some Canadian Universities and Colleges. Some top-notch institutions might require the candidates to have a score of 90 or more, out of 120. Candidates with the TOEFL scores cannot submit their files under the SDS (Student Direct Stream) category.
For Masters’ programs in Engineering or Health Science, very few Universities in Canada might require the candidates to submit the score of GRE (Graduate Record Examination). If at all, the institutions require the score of GRE to be submitted, the score has to be in excess of 300 for better prospects. For Management graduates, again, a very few Universities and Colleges would require the submission of GMAT (Graduate Management Aptitude Test) scores. A score in excess of 550 out of 800 would be a considered a sound score.
Typically, any College Diploma, Advanced Diploma or a Post Graduate Program in Canada would bear a Tuition Fee in the range of $15,000 CAD to $17,000 CAD per annum. It may be lower in certain provinces for some of the programs, and might also be higher for certain programs of higher academic excellence.
A Bachelors’ program may cost anywhere in the range of $20,000 CAD to $28,000 CAD per annum. A Masters’ program may also range somewhere across the similar range or even higher, depending upon the ranking of the Universities.
Under SDS (Student Direct Stream), a student is required to pay the Tuition Fee of the first academic year in full. Additionally, a student is also required to pay the GIC (Guaranteed Investment Certificate) amounting to $10,200 CAD at Scotia Bank, CIBC (Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce) or ICICI Bank Canada. The GIC covers the routine expenses (Rent, Grocery, Public Transport Card/Pass as well as other utility bills) that the student might incur during the first year of his stay in Canada. GIC is a one-time investment. As a part of his first withdrawal, the student can withdraw $2,000 from his GIC account when the student arrives in Canada, and a portion of the investment back each month for 12 months – approximately $667 CAD each month.
The GIC amount has to be transferred from the student’s bank account only. Having a PAN card is mandatory for transferring the GIC.
Including other miscellaneous expenses, a budget estimate of INR 15,00,000 to 16,00,000 must be reckoned. All leading nationalized banks provide education loans for studying in Canada.
- Passport (First and Last page copy)
- 10th SSC – Mark Sheet & Passing Certificate
- 12th HSC – Mark Sheet (Bona Fide Certificate) & Passing Certificate
- Diploma’s Mark Sheets, Diploma Certificate
- Bachelor’s Mark Sheets, Degree Certificate & (Transcript), if required
- Master’s Mark Sheets, Degree Certificate & (Transcript), if required
- Provisional Degree / Bona Fide Certificate from School or College
- IELTS test result (issued within the last two years) showing an overall 6.0 with no individual band lower than 6.0
- Genuine Work Experience Letter, Offer Letter, Salary Slip, Bank Statement& updated Resume
- Credit Card Details (for Application Fees payment to College / University)
- PAN Card copy for GIC fund transfer purpose&Aadhar Card for Bank account opening
- Backlog Summary / Attempt Certificate (For Diploma, Bachelors & Masters) – In case of zero back logs submit Zero Backlog Certificate
- Birth Certificate copy for Quebec based Colleges – English Translated
Many Post Graduate Programs in Canadian Colleges span across a duration of 1 year, that lead to an Open Work Permit of 1 Year only. This leaves a vast majority of students perplexed and gasping for another year of the academic studies in Canada. Domain International Pvt Ltd. offers experienced and dedicated services to all such students who wish to pursue another year of their studies at any Canadian College for a Post Graduate Diploma or a Certificate program!!
Pursuing another year of studies in Canada after completing one year of study in Canada can lead to a two-year Post Graduate studies in Canada, thereby leading making it a two-year program and the availing of a three-year Post Graduate Work Permit. The students can choose any field of study as a second year of their Post-Graduate studies at Canada. If the students decide to switch their field of study, it enables them with the dual-specialization, and thereby allowing the students to work full-time in either of the specializations (offering the students with a wider range of work fields to choose from).
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