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Admission in Canada

Study in Canada- Canada is one of the few developed countries in the world that still offers a comparatively easier route to immigration as compared to other countries. Students who wish to study in Canada have several options to choose from which include diplomas, degrees, and short-term certificate courses. Students who study in Canada get a work permit equal to the time they have studied. For example, if a student studies in Canada for 2 years, he or she will get a two-year work permit. The maximum duration a student can get a work permit in Canada after studying is 3 years after which the student can apply for a work visa. Canadian visas however, take a lot of time to process and have several requirements and hence if a student plans to study in Canada, he or she should start the application process early. KGC helps you prepare for the most competitive exams and also guides you with the best career options for admissions in Canada.

Study In Canada

General Info

Universities in Canada offer programs leading to a Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctoral degree. Colleges in Canada, on the other hand, only offer Bachelor’s degree programs. Canada has its share of ‘top universities’ such as McGill University, University of Toronto, University of British Columbia and University of Waterloo.

Canada also has community colleges and technical institutes that offer professional programs of 1 to 3 years duration including a work term. Some community colleges offer university transfer programs that allows students to take courses similar to those offered in the first two years of a four-year university program.

To apply to universities in Ontario for an undergraduate or professional degree one can make an application through the Ontario Universities Common Application Centre or the OUAC. For the rest, one has to apply directly online or by downloading the application from the university website. Postgraduate applications are generally sent online through the university website.

Tests and Documents

Once the student has applied for a particular program, the institution will review his academic background to determine whether he is likely to succeed in the program of his choice. Following are the general requirement for admission:

  1. Application form: Almost all institutes require you to fill in the form online and pay the application fee by a credit card
  2. Essays and/or Statement of Purpose: These essays are your opportunity to talk directly to the admission committee and share what’s important to you including your detailed career goals
  3. Resume: In a one page document, list your work experience, extracurricular activities, volunteer work and achievements
  4. SAT/ ACT/ GRE/ GMAT/ TOEFL/ IELTS/ PTE score sheets: You must send your official scores to the institutes. Most institutes in Canada need only the IELTS scores. MBA students must submit GMAT scores when applying to ‘top’ institutes
  5. Recommendation Letters: These letters should be from people who know you well including professors or previous employers
  6. Transcripts and Mark sheets: Issued by your school and college, a transcript explains your country’s grading system to foreign institutes


Average tuition fees are about USD 32000 per year and average living expenses are about USD 12000 per year. Fees vary from institute to institute and some programs including an MBA have higher fees.

Scholarships & Loans

Scholarships, grants, and bursaries are available for international students, at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. Graduate students are also eligible to apply for Graduate Assistantships (Research or Teaching Assistantship), where they can work or research with professors. These awards offer a full tuition waiver and also provide a monthly stipend to cover living expenses.

The scholarship committee considers the overall profile of students including the past academic record, standardized test scores, extracurricular actvities and past achievements while deciding scholarship and financial aid awards.

Students from India can get education loans from state banks for up to Rs.2.5 Million. Security of up to 100% of the loan amount will be needed and the repayment period varies from 5-7 years. Please contact individual banks for more information.


Students who study in Canada get a work permit equal to the duration of their study, with a maximum ceiling put at 3 years and minimum at 8 months. So, if a student studied for a period of 5 years in Canada he or she would get a 3 year work permit but if a student studies for 1 year in Canada, he or she will get a 1 year work permit. If you study in Canada for 6 months, you will not be eligible for this work permit.

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