Study in Canada

Tuition Fee and Living Expenses:

Tuition Fee:

Tuition Fees in Canada varies from CAD $ 10, 000 which is equivalent to Rs. 4, 50, 000 to CAD $15,000 which is equivalent to Rs. 6, 75, 000 (both calculated @ Rs. 45).

Living Expenses:

Living expenses in Canada are roughly CAD $10, 000 per year for an international student. This is equivalent to around Rs. 4, 50, 000. This includes accommodation, food, books and stationery, clothes, travel and other miscellaneous expenses too.

 

Legal Work in Canada:

During Studies:

Citizenship and Immigration Canada allows International Students to work in Canada. A student is able to work in Canada during the course of study on campus without a work permit and off campus with a valid study permit. In addition to this, spouses/common-law partners of international students are eligible to work in Canada while their partners study.

Post Studies:

Once the students have completed their studies in an eligible program at an eligible Canadian post-secondary institution, international graduates can apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit, which allows them to work in Canada.In their efforts to retain international students, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has recently made changes to the Post- Graduate Work Permit Program to make it more flexible and responsive to the needs of international students.

Under the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program, international graduates can now obtain a three year open work permit on which they can work for any Canadian employer in any industry. They are not required to have a Canadian job offer at the time of application.

Universities we represent:

 

University Of Waterloo

 

Conestoga College

 

McMaster University

 

Red River College

 

University Of Winnipeg

 

College Of New Caledonia

 

Vancouver Island University

 

Algonquin College

 

University Of British Columbia - Foundation programmes

 

Canadore College

 

Thompson River University

 

North Island College

 

Grant MacEwan University

 

Alexander College

 

Trinity Western University

 

St Lawrence College

 

University of Bolton

 

Norrthern Light College

 

University of Saskatchewan

 

Bow Valley College

 

Carleton University

 

Georgian College

 

Devry University

 

Okanagan Institute

 

University of Manitoba

 

Medicine Hat College

 

Memorial University

 

Fraser Valley University

 

Canada West University

 

International College of Manitoba

 

North Alberta Institute of Technology

 

Humber College

 

South Alberta Institute of Technology

 

Centennial College

 

Mohawk College

 

Selkirk College

 

Sheridan College

 

Confederation College

 

Seneca College

 

Cambrian college

 

Note: 'Most of the institutions mentioned above are through direct tie-ups. However, some of them might be through indirect tie-ups. In any case, Horizons Abroad would make sure you get the right information about all these institutions. Please contact our expert career counsellors for the right institution and right course for you'.