Canada, with its large Indian diaspora, is a prime attraction for Indian students.  The number of Indian students studying in Canada grew by nearly 350 per cent between the 2015-16 and 2019-20 academic years. Between January to November 2021, nearly 1,30,000 Indian students were approved to study in Canada.

  • Why Canada?

    Canada is a liberal, welcoming society with a dynamic IT sector in Vancouver and Toronto.

    It has some of the best research laboratories in the world and widely admired universities such as the University of Toronto, McGill, the University of British Columbia, and McMaster University.

    Degrees from Canadian universities continue to be highly valued around the world, even while postsecondary institutions in other English-speaking countries are facing declines in their reputation with employers.

    Five Canadian universities appear among the Top 100 on this year's Times Higher Education Global University Employability Ranking table, which polled 6,000 firms globally on the question of which universities produced the "best graduates in terms of employability" in their own countries and abroad. 

    The University of Toronto is one of the seven universities and colleges that are tracking students' problem solving, communication and critical thinking skills throughout their education with the hope of scaling the results to other institutions.

  • Application Requirements

    To study in Canada, you may need to supply official documents, such as transcripts from secondary or postsecondary school. It may be necessary to have those documents assessed and translated into English or French. Consult your country’s educational authorities or the Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (cicic.ca) for more information on degree recognition. International students in Canada must demonstrate proficiency in either English or French, depending on the university they apply to.

    Many English-language universities require that you attain a minimum score on a standardized language test. French-language universities usually assess applicants on a case-by-case basis.

  • Job Prospects

    You may be eligible to work in Canada while studying, if your study permit includes a condition that says you can work on or off campus. You must also meet all the other requirements. You can only start working in Canada when you start your study program, and for a maximum of 20 hours per week.

    A post-graduation work permit (PGWP) may be valid anywhere between eight months and up to three years. The length of your permit will depend on the length of the study program you completed in Canada. The permit won't be longer than the length of your study program.

    In order to qualify for Canada Permanent Residency (PR), you have to satisfy two criteria:

    Score 67 immigration points Score the cut-off CRS score for that year

    Canada Permanent Residence visa is a multiple entry visa, valid for 5 years. It provides skilled foreign workers with an opportunity to work and settle in Canada. It allows you to change your Canadian PR status to that of a Canadian citizen, after 3 years of stay and work on the PR card.


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