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Why Study In Canada ?

Why Study In Canada ?

 Canada, being the land of tremendous possibilities, is considered a perfect study destination for Indian learners.

Last 10 years the popularity of Canada is rapidly increased. Numbers of people choose Canada over many countries to migrate

High-quality education, the diversity of programs in several streams and its world-class school of education are the linchpins of Canada’s Education System. Electing to study in Canada is the best decision that one can take up as a future prospect.

Academic Performance

Degrees and Diplomas in Canada are acknowledged around the world, with the help of which you can easily find a lucrative job anywhere.
The study faculties are easily available.

Budget-Friendly

Completion of education in Canada is a future investment, and is cost-effective too! In addition to it, Canada’s cities and nearby towns offer numerous accommodation options at affordable prices which makes it more fascinating to international pupils.

PR opportunities



Canada is considered as a land of opportunity where thousands and thousands of people are getting their PR card status in Canada every single year. In fact, Canada has been increasing the number of successful candidates to over 280,000 people per year.
Being a permanent resident, one can acquire several opportunities and profits in Canada. A PR card allows a person to live, work and study in Canada on a permanent basis.
There are several ways to become a permanent resident in Canada such as PNP, EXPRESS ENTRY and many more.

Versatility in culture

Canada is often characterized as being “very progressive, diverse, and multicultural”. The country’s federal government has always been described as an instigator of multicultural ideology. Reason being, its public emphasis on the social importance of immigration.

The Education System in Canada

Talented learners from around the world are drawn to Canada for its diversity, prestigious education system, and cosmopolitan provinces. 
It offers a wide range of degree programs in numerous fields and disciplines. Canada is amongst the most renowned study abroad destinations. 
In addition to that, almost all programs are taught in English, which offers a plethora of choices for  native speakers and the chance for non-native speakers to master their communication skills by interacting.

The Canadian education system provides three degrees:

bachelor, master’s, and doctorate degrees. As international students, individuals are welcome to complete all or part of their education in Canada.
Like other countries, there are both public and private universities.

Types of Institutions in Canada:

Universities
University Colleges
Community Colleges
Career and Colleges
English Proficiency -A gateway
Students from countries where English is not a native language, have to prove their English proficiency through either TOEFL or IELTS.

 Also, studying abroad in Canada is a great path to improve your English language skills.
For Undergraduates/ Bachelors Level:
(i) Minimum 55% in 12th grade
(ii) IELTS: Overall 6 bands (no less than 5.5 in any module)
(iii) TOEFL: IBT: 79 min
For Graduates/ Postgraduate Level
(i) 15 years of education
(ii) IELTS: Overall 6.5 bands (no less than 6 in any module)
(iii) TOEFL: IBT: 79 min
Tuition fees
Tuition fees in Canada vary by institution, but the cost is usually affordable and cost-effective if compared to other countries around the world.
Generally, tuition fees are determined by institutions and consist of several factors including whether you’re an international or domestic student and at what level you wish to study. 

The annual expense of studying at a Canadian university starts at about $12,000 CAD for undergraduates.

 If you want to study at the postgraduate level, expect tuition fees to be relatively higher. 

However, Canada provides the lowest tuition rates for foreign nationals as compared to the other Anglophone countries like the UK, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States. 


Therefore, Canada is a great option for international pupils, who are interested in studying in an English-speaking country but are seeking to do so on a budget.
Student housing and living cost in Canada one of the most important factors to be considered while studying abroad is going to be your budget. 

As a learner, it’s important to think about what kind of accommodations you will have, how much travelling you plan to do, and whether you will try and find a part-time job. 
Fortunately, students also have the advantage of being eligible for student housing and tons of student discounts at popular sights and attractions.

 Also, it's important to pick a student-friendly study abroad destination, like Canada!
Some average living costs throughout Canada are:
Grocery – CAD $200
Monthly rent – CAD $600
Monthly Transport – CAD $90
On average, students are expected to spend somewhere between $675-$875 CAD a month before rent.

 Housing in a student dormitory will particularly cost an additional $550-$600 CAD if one plans to study in a city.

Study in Canada cost in rupees:

Grocery – INR 11350/-
Monthly rent – INR 34000/-
Monthly Transport – INR 5100/-
On average, students are expected to spend somewhere between INR 38000-INR 50000 a month before rent. 

Housing in a student dormitory will particularly cost an additional INR 31000-INR 34000 if one plans to study in a city.

Work while Study

One of the most significant advantages of studying in Canada is that you can work part-time to support your livelihood. 

Working part-time you can not only earn money but also achieve valuable job experience. Moreover, you don’t have to apply for a work permit for this. However, ensure that it is e
Explicitly mentioned in your study permit that you are allowed to work part-time in Canada.

On-Campus:

One may get permission to work on-campus at your institution provided that you are a full-time student, have a valid study permit, and a valid social insurance number (SIN)

Off-Campus:

The majority of the students prefer to work off-campus. 

Being an international student undertaking vocational training, academic or professional program, you can easily work off-campus up to 20 hrs a week during your academic sessions and of course full time during the summer break.

How Swis Immigration will help you?


 
Swis Immigration will provide you with the best career options one can get.
Counsellors will guide you in opting for the right career path which will suit you as per your profile.
Our team of experts will update you with the latest information necessary for the ongoing procedure of the applicants.
Moreover, you will be given pre-departure guidance so that you experience a hassle-free journey and build a bright career abroad.
For more details contact info@swisimmigrations.com.
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