Offering post secondary courses through a network of universities, university colleges, community colleges/technical institutes and career colleges, Canada is every students delight with practically every course conceivable. Ninety universities and 150 colleges and technical institutes have opened their educational system to students from world over, awarding degrees and diploma recognized worldwide.
Law, business, English, economics, hospitality, tourism, gaming, animation, biotech, research, finance, Science, Computing, IT and many more.
Benefits of studying here:
- Lowest tuition fees for international students compared to USA
- Low cost of living
- Internationally recognized degrees
- Inexpensive medical insurance
- Multicultural country
Approximate tuition fees:
Tuition fees for international students in Canada vary to a great degree from university to university. Depending on the location of the university and the course applied for you may have to pay anything between $ 8000 to more than $ 13,000 per annum.
Approximate living expenses:
Accommodation expenses come to an average of CDN$ 400 per month and living expenses would normally range between CDN$ 7,200 and CDN$ 11,000 per annum. Of course in big cities like Montreal and Vancouver, the living expenses are high.
Work permit options:
Students are allowed to work 20 hours per week while studying and full time during vacations. Students may apply for an off-campus work permit after six months of the beginning of full-time study.
Post-graduates will now be able to obtain an open work permit with no restriction on the type of employment and no requirement of a job offer. In addition to this, in case the post-graduate degree program is of one year or longer, the duration of the work permit has been increased to three years.