Study in Canada

Canadian universities and colleges have earned an international reputation for excellence in teaching and research with particular strengths in the areas of computer science, business, engineering, health sciences, marine studies, and natural resources. Each year over 300,000 international students attend Canadian universities, colleges and high schools, ESL and French language schools and other educational institutions. Canada’s postsecondary institutions boast first-rate facilities and also a wide variety of international student services.

Canada’s ten provinces and three territories offer something for everyone and with the highest immigration rate per capita in the world and with a landscape spanning 6 time zones and a land mass including the tundra of the north to the Great Lakes of the south and the Rocky Mountains in the west, students wishing to study in Canada will have the opportunity to see, feel, taste, and embrace the diversity that Canada offers.

Entry Requirements:

  • This listing provides a general outline of requirements for students interested in applying to a university undergraduate program in Canada. There are a wide variety of programs to choose from at this level. Please note that specific requirements for institutions will vary and students are encouraged to check directly with the institution(s) they are interested in for specific admissions requirements.

    Language:  Proof of strong proficiency in English (or French if studies are in French). For example, a TOEFL score of around 550 or approximately 6.0 for IELTS

    Some institutions have other forms of English or French language assessment; they may offer their own language proficiency test or, may admit students to academic programs on the basis of having successfully completed that institution's language program.

Canada - Tuition Fee, Living Cost & Expenses::

  • The tuition fee is different for different universities and colleges and varies with courses. We have listed a few courses with the approximate range of annual tuition fees.


      Diploma


      CA$ 10,000 - 12,000  per year  

      Advanced Diploma


      CA$ 12,000 - 16,000  per year

      Undergraduate program  /


      CA$ 14,000 - 16,000  per year

      Masters  / MBA / Post Diploma


      CA$ 16,000 - 18,000  per year

    Living Expenses:

    The approximate annual living expenses are about CA $ 10,000 - 12,000, which includes accommodation as well as other daily expenses. However, the expenses are different for different people depending on the lifestyles and this is just a rough idea.