Canada is a North American country stretching from the U.S. in the south to the Arctic Circle in the north. Major cities include massive Toronto, west coast film centre Vancouver, French-speaking Montréal and Québec City, and capital city Ottawa.
Basic facts about Canada
- Canada is the second largest country in the world, right after Russia. Canada is the World’s Most Educated Country: over half its residents have college degrees.
- Canada has more lakes than the rest of the world combined. At last count, there may be as many as two million, with 563 lakes larger than 100 square kilometres. Canada’s largest include Lake Huron (Ontario)
- Canada is the first country in the world to adopt a policy of multiculturalism, embracing diversity and pluralism. Today, of Canada’s total population of more than 35 million, a fifth are immigrants.
- The country’s name is derived from “Kanata”, a Huron-Iroquois word meaning village or settlement.
- Canada is a Parliamentary Democracy headed by a Prime Minister.
Why Study in Canada
- Canada plays host to more than 180,000 International students in any given year. Canada is increasingly becoming one of the world’s most popular destinations for education.
- High standard of living: Canada is a country with highest standard of living. All major urban areas have a variety of shopping canters, restaurants, theatres, art centres and museums. Canadian cities have many open to the public parks, gardens, beach and sports and leisure facilities.
- Canada is one of the safest places to study with very low crime rates and cases of racial discrimination.
Eligibility to Study in Canada
- Minimum 50% in 12th grade for undergraduate study in a University or Community Colleges
- 6.0 Bands in each Module, if applying under SDS
- PTE or ToEFL are also accepted in some of the institutions.
- For PG Programs or Master’s Degree, a minimum of 6.5 Bands with no Bands less than 6.0 is accepted.
BENEFITS OF CANADA PR VISA
- Avail rights and benefits equivalent to Canadian citizens.
- Most Flexible Residency requirements.
- Gain the ability to sponsor parents and relatives.
- Access to affordable world class education financed by federal and provincial government
- Canada provides a wide range of social benefits in areas like healthcare
- No restriction on holding multiple citizenship on becoming Canadian citizen
CANADA EXPRESS ENTRY
Express Entry is an immigration system for Canada designed to select skilled workers for immigration to Canada. Express Entry is a completely electronic process and manages applications for permanent residence under these federal economic immigration programs:
Express Entry is Canada’s most up to date settler determination framework. Competitors who meet the minimum requirements may make an application to the Express Entry pool. We will help you in deciding if you meet all requirements to apply and which of the financial programs would best suit your situation. We will at that point continue to make your online Express Entry profile and inform you when you get an Invitation to Apply (ITA). Our immigration advisors will likewise help you in improving your profile and positioning with the goal that you are likely to get an ITA. When the ITA is received, we will get ready and submit your online application for permanent residence.
Living in Canada
- Living in Canada can be a life changing experience.
- As a whole, Canada is sparsely populated, the majority of its land area being dominated by forest and tundra. Consequently, its population is highly urbanized, with over 80 percent of its inhabitants concentrated in large and medium-sized cities, many near the southern border. Canada’s climate varies widely across its vast area.
The Canadian Minimum Wage
The legal per hour minimum wages in each of Canada’s provinces for 2018 are as follows:
|Newfoundland and Labrador||$11.15|
|Prince Edward Island||$11.55|
Average Hourly Wages in Canada
|Profession||Av. Hourly Wage|
|Retail Sales / Sales Clerk||$14|
|Data Entry Clerk||$18|
|Computer Engineer (not software)||$42|
|Computer & Info Sys Manager||$64|
COURSES INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CAN STUDY IN CANADA
- Accounting, Finance & Insurance
- Applied & Natural Sciences
- Biomedical Engineering Technology
- Building Controls & Engineering Management
- Broadcast & Media Communications
- Business Studies
- Business Administration
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer programming
- Computer networking and technical support
- Culinary Arts
- Digital Arts
- Digital Marketing
- Environmental Sciences
- Human Recourses Management
- Marketing Administration
- Mechanical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Medical Radiography
- Electronics Engineering Computers
- Electrical and Computer Engineering Tech
- Food Technology
- Food Safety
- Fashion Merchandising
- Food Technology
- Forensic Health Science
- Graphic Design
- Geographic Information Systems
- International Management
- Health Sciences
- Health Service Management
- Hospitality (Hotel) Management
- Specialty Nursing
- Power Engineering
- Small Business Management
- Travel & Tourism
|SL.NO.||INSTITUTION||LOCATION||DISTANCE FROM VANCOUVER||PROVINCE||APP FEE|
|3||College of New Caledonia||Prince George||780||BC||$125|
|4||Douglas College||New Westminster||20||BC||$100|
|7||Vancouver Community College||Vancouver||0||BC||$145|
|8||North Island College||Campbell River||225||BC||$100|
|9||Coast Mountain College||Terrace||1355||BC||$100|
|10||Northern Lights College||Fort St. Johns||1220||BC||$100|
|11||College of the Rockies||Cranbrook||845||BC||$100|
|14||Vancouver Film School||Vancouver||0||BC||$75|
|16||University of Northern British Columbia||Prince George||780||BC||$125|
|17||Capilano University||North Vancouver||12||BC||$100|
|18||University of Canada West||Vancouver||0||BC||$150|
|19||Fairleigh Dickinson University||Vancouver||0||BC||$40|
|20||Kwantlen Polytechnic University||Surrey, Langley||35||BC||$120|
|21||New York Institute of Technology||Vancouver||0||BC||BC $50|
|22||Simon Fraser University||Vancouver||15||BC||$80|
|23||Thompson Rivers University||Kamloops||360||BC||$100|
|24||Trinity Western University||Langley||50||BC||$150|
|25||University of Fraser Valley||Abbotsford||70||BC||$150|
|26||University of British Columbia||Vancouver||6||BC||$116|
|27||University of Victoria||Victoria||114||BC||$156|
|28||Vancouver Island University||Nanaimo||85||BC||$150|
|31||Keystone College||Courtenay, Surrey||BC|