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Canada Student Visa

Geographical Location:

Canada is a nation, located to the northern part of the continent of North America. It is mainly made up of 10 provinces and 3 territories. The common border that Canada shares is with the United States of America, which is the world’s largest land border distributed by two nations.

CAPITAL -    Ottawa, with Toronto being the largest city of Canada

POPULATION -   35,158,300 (2013 Census)

AREA-   3,854,085 square miles (9,984,670 square kilometers)

CLIMATE -    âˆ’15 °C (5 °F), further falls below −40 °C (−40 °F)

CURRENCY -   Canadian Dollar (CAD), one of the strongest currencies in the World

OFFICIAL LANGUAGES -   English , French; Quebec (province) has about 85% French-speaking people

ECONOMY -   Eighth highest wealthiest country, per capita income distribution, World’s seventh biggest Stock Exchange ,World’s eleventh biggest economy

TOURISM -   Unforeseen wonders, rich with outstanding geographical feel

MAIN INDUSTRIES -   Natural resources in abundance along with large agriculture products, manufacturing and mining along with service industries; natural gas, petroleum as well as automobile industries. Canada stands at forefront for scientific/technological research and development

Student Visa

Benefits of Canadian Education
· World-class Universities and Colleges
· Lower Tuition Fees
· Work while you Study
· Post-graduate Work Permit
· A pathway to Canadian Permanent Residence


--> Canadians give great importance to learning and have developed a first-rate education system
--> Canada offers a wide choice of over 90 universities and 150 colleges and technical institutes, featuring every imaginable program.
--> Most of the universities and college programs incorporate a co-operative work program, giving the students an opportunity to work in their related field and earn credits for the same.
--> Students have authorization for working twenty hours per week, off-campus* when classes are in
session and full time during scheduled breaks/vacation.

Student intakes:


Canadian universities/colleges have 3 intakes:
· September
· January
· May

Tuition fee :

The tuition fee differs from one university to another and also varies widely across courses. It can be as low as 12,000 Canadian Dollars, to as high as 20,000 Canadian Dollars, per annum. Visit the institutions’ websites for exact fee structures.

Living Cost :

The approximate annual living expenses are around 10,000 Canadian Dollars, which includes food, accommodation, transportation as well as other daily expenses. However, expenses may vary depending on lifestyle.

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