Study Location / Canada

All you need to know about studying in Canada

Why study in Canada

Canada is the largest country in North America and consists of 10 provinces and 3 territories. It is located in the northern part of the continent, and the capital of Canada is Ottawa. It is the second largest country in the world territory-wise. With its immigration, friendly policies study in Canada has become easier than ever. Also, it is a popular destination for vocational and diploma courses among international students. Did you know that Canada is the world’s most educated country? In fact, over half of its residents have university degrees. It must be pretty interesting to be a student there then, eh? Some of the top universities and colleges in the world are located in Canada

Here’s why you should choose Canada as your study abroad destination!

Education Recognition

Canada has one of the world’s best and superior qualities of education system having international recognition and outstanding programs in diverse subject areas.

Affordable Education

Education in Canada is economical as average tuition fees range between $10,000 - $33,000 per annum.

Quality Teaching

The highly dynamic Affordable Education: Education in Canada is economical as average tuition fees ranges between $10,000 - $33,000 per annum study environment not only help students in acquiring knowledge, but also helps in demonstrating one’s creative bent of mind and develops confidence.


Canada is one of the safest countries, with one of the highest standards of living in the world. Canada has been consistently ranked by the United Nations as one of the best places in the world to live and is considered as a safe and peaceful country.

Student Support

All universities and colleges have student services department and international offices. They usually include personal counselling, career development, student welfare and can address one’s personal needs as an international student.

Part Time Earning Opportunities

International students can work up to 20 hours per week during their studies and 40 hours per week during vacation.

The Education System in Canada

Canada has an educational system that rivals some of the best in the world and is taught in both English and French, the two most common languages spoken globally. With diverse multi-cultural landscape, Canada's education system is considered as one of the best in the world. It's immigration-friendly policies and cost-effective yet excellent higher education system offers numerous opportunities for international students. World-class universities and affordable tuition fee make Canada one of the best study destinations for international students. This also carries over to its universities, with Canadian degrees, diplomas and certificates being well regarded across the world. With a focus on technology, research, and innovation, you’ll be immersed in a forward-thinking society while learning from some of the brightest minds.

The cost of studying in Canada

The cost of studying in Canada may differ from university to university and also depending on the city. Thus, the cost of tuition fee is dependent on factors like the programme type (MS/MBA/PhD), course (CS, Engineering, etc), university, location (Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, etc) and so on. The tuition expenses in Canada might be up to CAD $10,000 - $30,000 per year for an undergraduate course or $15,000 - $55,000 per year for post graduate courses.

Employment opportunities in Canada

One of the world’s wealthiest major industrialized countries, Canada has always been a trading nation and commerce remains the engine of economic growth. Canada’s economy includes three main types of industries:

  • Service industries provide thousands of different jobs in areas like transportation, education, health care, construction, banking, communications, retail services, tourism, and government.
  • Manufacturing industries make products to sell in Canada and around the world. Manufactured products include paper, high technology equipment, aerospace technology, automobiles, machinery, food, clothing, and many other goods.
  • Natural resources industries include forestry, fishing, agriculture, mining and energy. These industries have played an important part in the country’s history and development. Today, the economy of many areas of the country still depends on developing natural resources, and a large percentage of Canada’s exports are natural resources commodities.

International graduates can gain a Post-Graduation Work Permit and work in Canada for up to 3 years after graduating from a designated Canadian education institution. To be eligible, you must:

  • have continuously studied full-time for eight months preceding the completion of your course
  • apply for a work permit within 90 days of receiving written confirmation that you’ve successfully completed your course and that you’re eligible to obtain your degree, diploma or certificate
  • have a valid study permit when applying for your work permit

A guide to study application & Visa requirements

Step 1 - Register with GT Western and talk with an Education Counsellor

Step 2 - Choose a course according to your areas of interest

Step 3 - Shortlist a university that suits your preferences, entry requirements and budget

Step 4 - Apply for the Canada university with our assistance

Step 5 - Get counselling on visa from our experts

Step 6 - Pay financial deposits

Step 7 - Receive LOA (Letter of Acceptance) from the university

Step 8 - Apply for your visa with our help

Step 9 - Attend our pre-departure session and get ready to depart for Canada

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