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  • What are my chances of studying in Canada as an international student?
    Every year, the number of overseas students in Canada increases. Many of them can stay in Canada once their studies are completed. More than 400,000 overseas students were admitted to Canada last year. The Canadian government prioritizes international student diversity. Building on Success, a new International Education Strategy, was unveiled in 2019. (IES). Over the next five years, the government has set aside $147.9 million to achieve this goal. The visa officer's decision on whether to approve a Canadian study permit is always final. Working with us will increase your chances of success
  • How much does it cost to study in Canada?
    Studying in Canada is rather inexpensive. Tuition fees in Canada are often lower than those in Australia, the United States, and the United Kingdom. The average annual tuition for an undergraduate international student in Canada in the 2018/2019 academic year was $27,159 CAD. In comparison, the average tuition at an American university for the same year is $45,950 USD. This tool can be used to determine the cost of tuition for Canadian college and university programmes, as well as the anticipated expenses of books and supplies. The cost of living is an important element to consider when considering where to study abroad. When compared to most other top destinations for international students, the cost of living in Canada can be quite affordable.
  • Do I need a English Language Proficiency Test Score?
    To attend a Canadian school, you must be proficient in English or French.You may take IELTS, TOEFL or DUOLINGO. International students' language skills are subject to the terms and criteria set by Canadian post-secondary institutions. The standards for language skills differ from one institution to the next. You should research the exact requirements for your programme while preparing your application. Some colleges even allow you to finish English classes once you've started your studies. Each school has its own linguistic standards. It is important to review the exact requirements of the school to which you are applying.
  • Can I bring my family with me to Canada?
    Students who are married or have children may seek to bring their families with them to the Canada. It's important to keep in mind that listing family members on a study permit application will influence the Visa Officer’s decision to grant or deny the Study Permit. In rare situations, including family, the visa officer may infer that the student does not intend to leave Canada after completing their studies resulting in refusal.
  • How long does it take to apply for a Canadian study permit ?
    Study permits take a long time to process. The time it takes is determined by your country of residence. The quickest turnaround time is 1-2 weeks, although some applications may have to wait up to 16 weeks. The length of time it takes to process an application is determined on the number of applications received. If you apply at the start of the school year, you may face delays.
  • Is it possible to work and study in Canada?
    Yes! International students have the right to work in Canada, which is another advantage of studying there. This aids in the reduction of tuition and living expenditures. During academic years, international students in Canada can work part-time (up to 20 hours per week). International students may work full-time during breaks, such as summer vacation.
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