Study In Canada

By Awarded International Education Pvt. Ltd. on Oct 30 in Aboard Study.



Canada is a land of endless possibilities and ranks 3rd globally in International students’ attraction. Each year, nearly 500,000 international students choose Canada as their study destination.

Canada has a reputation and popularity for providing accessible, quality education for international students. Studying in Canada, you invest in your future. Canadian education opens the door to employment and business opportunities, and life in Canada after your studies. Canada’s university and college degrees, diplomas are recognized worldwide, yet tuition fees are among the lowest in English speaking countries.

As an international student in Canada, you’ll enjoy all the same freedoms which protect Canadians respect for human rights, equality and a stable, peaceful society.

Reason to Study in Canada

Canada welcomes international students from around the world.

Canada is now the most attractive destination for international students in the world.

You will receive an internationally recognized education from Canadian universities and colleges.

Tuition is generally much lower than in other leading studies abroad countries.

Canada offers international students one of the world’s most competitive packages; allowing them to work while they study, then obtain a post-graduation work permit to gain Canadian work experience.

There are also immigration programs for international students.

Canada consistently ranks as one of the best countries in the world and is currently the rank no. #1 best country for a quality life.

Safe and Friendly Environment

The system of education in Canada

The system of education in Canada is twofold, featuring both public and private institutions at all levels. Canada has a state-run system of education that is funded and administered by federal, provincial and local governments. Each province manages jurisdiction of the public education system and its curriculum, so there are some slight differences between different provinces that include the minimum and maximum age of students and types of programs offered.

Education system in Canada is divided into 4 main stages: pre-primary education, primary education, secondary education, and post-secondary or tertiary education.

Students after completion of high school can entry to college or university. Each university or college offers unique opportunities for learning and growing. At college or vocational school your days will be filled with career-focused learning in a very practical way.

Colleges in Canada are offer programs of certificates, diplomas, associate degrees, Bachelor’s degrees, and post-graduate certificates/diplomas. And universities offer both programs of undergraduate and postgraduate education. The degree structure at Canadian universities is consists of 3 degrees: Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree and Ph.D. degree.

Here is a table to help you understand:

Programs Duration
Certificate Generally 1 Year
Diploma 1 to 2 Years
Advanced Diploma 2 to 3 Years
Bachelor degrees 3 to 4 Years
Post-graduate Diplomas/Certificates 1 to 2 Years
Master’s degrees 1 to 2 Years
Doctorate or PhD 3 to 5 Years
Colleges, Institutes, CEGEPs and Polytechnics in Canada

Canada’s colleges, institutes, CEGEPs and polytechnics are recognized worldwide for top-quality instruction and rigorous standards. With their practical, career-oriented programs, they are a great choice for acquiring the knowledge, skills and experience you need to succeed in the workplace.

More and more international students are turning to the Canadian college sector to gain the kind of hands-on skills that lead to meaningful careers in today’s competitive job market. 95% of college graduates are employed and over four-fifths report their studies are directly related to the work they do.

Colleges, institutes, CEGEPs and polytechnics work closely with industries to ensure that courses reflect job market requirements. Programs are very practical, and most include work-integrated learning experiences through apprenticeships, work placements, co-ops (work-study programs) and internships. This approach gives you the opportunity to apply and test your skills in real workplace settings. It’s a great way to prepare for your future career.

Practical programs meet the needs of specific industries and employers.

Work placements are available through co-op education and internships.

Cutting-edge technology enables flexible program delivery.

95% of college graduates are employed.

Over 10,000 programs offered.

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There are over 135 colleges, institutes, CEGEPs, and polytechnics in Canada with over 1,000 campuses and programs are offered in English, French, or both depending on the region.

Universities in Canada

Canadian universities are engines of innovation, fostering a bold spirit of inquiry and creativity. From developing the latest apps to spearheading social innovation in response to community needs, students are putting their ideas into action at universities across the country.

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More than 15,000 degree programs to choose from at over 100 institutions nationwide. And Institutions range from large, research-intensive universities to small undergraduate campuses.

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The university sector is the 2nd largest performer of research in Canada after the private sector. Canada is a world leader in postsecondary research, outpacing most G7 countries on overall investment in R&D.

Co-Op Education

Explore careers, gain experience and earn money through Canada’s largest co-op program. Co-operative Education (Co-op) allows you to combine academic studies with paid work experience in a career-related field. Through the co-op program, you can graduate with a degree, real-world experience, and skills that are in demand in today’s job market.

Need Designated Learning Institutions (DLI)

To apply for a study permit in Canada, you need an acceptance letter from a designated learning institution (DLI). A designated learning institution is a school approved by a provincial or territorial government to host international students.

Make sure that your school and program of study is on this list of Canadian DLIs- Check here on

Cost of Studying in Canada

Many quality universities are found in Canada’s smaller cities and towns where the cost of living is lower. At times, Canada’s larger cities are more affordable than many cities around the world.

You can also compare different schools and cities. You’ll see that the costs can vary from city to city and province to province, both for your tuition fees and living expenses. So, if you’re on a budget, we recommend searching a wide range of options to find the right university and community for you.

Here is a table to help you understand approximate monthly costs as well as annual costs:

Tuition - CA$ 10,000
Students fee - CA$ 400
Health Insurance CA$ 70 CA$ 840
Textbooks - CA$ 600
On Campus rent CA$ 600 CA$ 7200
Mobile phone (basic package) CA$ 30 CA$ 360
Public Transit Pass CA$ 40 CA$ 480
Groceries/Food CA$ 300 CA$ 3600
Entertainment/Clothes/Gifts CA$ 80 CA$ 980
Car: Insurance - CA$ 1500
Car: Fuel CA$ 200 CA$ 2400
Total Expenses CA$ 1320 CA$ 28340

Canadian universities and colleges offer a large number of scholarships for international students who want to study diplomas, undergraduate degrees or postgraduate degrees in Canada. The most important criterion for most scholarships is a good academic score and also depends on your chosen destination, subject, and level.

Also are offered various awards scholarships by Canadian governments, foreign governments, non-governmental organizations and international organizations.

Work while studying in Canada

Canada allowed to work part-time during your term for up to 20 hours a week and full-time during the holidays. But you can only start working in Canada when you start your study program. You can’t work before your studies begin.

Post-graduation Work Permit (PGWP)

The Post-graduation work permits (PGWPs) are open work permits given to international students who graduate from a Canadian program of study. A post-graduation work permit may be issued based on the length of the study program for a minimum of 8 months up to a maximum of 3 years. It is allow the holder to work for any employer, for as many hours they wish, anywhere in Canada.

To obtain a post-graduation work permit, the applicant must currently hold valid temporary status or have left Canada. They must have graduated from an eligible designated learning institution (DLI).


Three major intakes;

Fall (fall attracting the highest number of applications).

Winter (it’s best if you miss the September intake).

Summer (available for limited programs and colleges).

For a study permit, you need

An acceptance letter from a designated learning institution (DLI),

A valid passport or travel document,

Proof of financial support,

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