Why Study In Canada?

  • The number of international students studying in Canada is over 250,000, and more.
  • Students are getting attracted to this diverse nation is because of its constantly growing economy, affordable tuition, employment options, and safety.
  • Canadian education is a pathway of permanent residency in Canada so many young aspiring students are choosing Canada over other potential countries.
  • There are exceptional world-renowned universities in Canada, that is a driving force in encouraging students to receive education from there.
  • The quality of life in Canada is exceptional, every individual feels happy and free in this beautiful country.
  • The Canadian government offers a work program to foreign students who have obtained a diploma from a post-secondary school in Canada.
  • Students get the chance to do an internship in different sectors like digital media, telecommunications, video games, biotech and engineering after their graduation.
  •  If a candidate qualifies, he or she gets a work permit to work up to 20 hours per week during regular academic sessions, and full-time permit during breaks, summer, winter or spring holidays.
  • There is a higher chance for permanent residency in Canada.
Education System In Canada
Types of Certificates

Certificate : This is a qualification awarded upon the successful completion of a 1-year program.

Diploma : This is a qualification acquired after 1 or 2 years of successful study.

Advanced Diploma : This is 3 years course which may be transferred to a Bachelor's Degree.

Bachelor’s Degree : These are awarded by Universities / University Colleges / Community Colleges after successful completion of 4 years program.

Post Graduate Diploma/Certificates : These programs include approximately two to three semesters of full-time study. These certificates can transfer into Master’s Degrees. They provide intense specializations in one subject area and a chance to gain practical experience along with theoretical. A student with a Bachelor's Degree of 3 to 4 years is eligible to enroll in this program.

Master’s Degree : This is 2 years program to be pursued after 4 years of Bachelor’s or 3 years' Bachelors and 1 year Post Graduate Diploma from Canada. Programs then expect the students to conduct significant research culminating in a major project thesis.

Doctorate or PhD : The average time frame to complete this program is 4 to 7 years. This degree is required for many high-level jobs.


  • September
  • January
  • May
  • Diploma (2 Years)
  • Advance Diploma (3 Years)
  • Bachelors (3/4 Years)
  • PG (1 or 2 Years)
  • Masters ( 2 Years)
  • For Diploma, Advance Diploma, Bachelors (6 Band in Each, Not less than 6 Bands)
  • For PG, Masters (6.5 Bands Overall Not less than 6 Bands)
Work Permit
  • Part Time Job – 20 Hours Per Week During Study
  • Full Time Job – 40 Hours Per Week During Vacation
  • Post Study Work Up to 3 years*
  • PR Options Thereafter
Document Checklist
  • Part Time Job – 20 Hours Per Week During Study
  • Full Time Job – 40 Hours Per Week During Vacation
  • Post Study Work Up to 3 years*
  • PR Options Thereafter