Courses offered

The Bachelors Degree
Bachelors degree of four years in (Arts, Philosophy, Sociology, Psychology, Computer, Nursing, History, Hospitality, Engineering, Fine Arts) and more than 60 specializing courses are been offered in the Canadian universities.
The Master’s Degree
After completing of three to four years of Bachelors degree, The Masters degree can be obtained from the university for One or Three. Time required is dependent on the field of study and Specialization of the course taken. There are several types of Master’s degrees offered by the Canadian universities for foreign students (Masters in Arts, Masters in Human Recourses, Masters in Education, Masters in Business Administration, Masters in Hospitality, Masters in Science).
The Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy)
Doctorate Degree can be obtained by for Three years after completing the Masters degree. It is a study of original research to be conducted and written up in the form of a dissertation and the defense of that research orally.

Test Required

This section provides information about GRE, GMAT, SAT, TSE, IELTS and TOEFL. The above mentioned tests are applicable depending on the type of courses candidate obtains.

Cost of Education

These costs will vary depending on the course or institution. Therefore, average costs are provided below and should only be used as a guide. Institutions will advise when to pay your tuition fees and acceptable methods of payment.

Province Undergraduate tuition fees for the academic year (International students) Approx Graduate tuition fees for the academic year (International students) Approx
British Columbia $4,304 – $15,480 $4,000 – $17,325
Alberta $5,983 – $10,364 $4,416 – $19,200
Saskatchewan $7,170 – $9,701 $5,313 – $7,170
Manitoba $5,004 – $6,630 $5,435 – $9,685
Ontario $6,082 – $12,666 $5,174 – $26,000
Quebec $8,868 – $10,188 $4,961 – $20,000
New Brunswick $6,540 – $ 9,960 $5,230 – $8,216
Nova Scotia $6,882 – $11,718 $4,065 – $14,800
Prince Edward Island $7,270 $5,947
Newfoundland $6,660 $3,000 – $6,000

Working during study

Students may work on the campus of the publicly funded post-secondary institution at which they are enrolled on a full-time basis without an employment authorization. Students are permitted to work part-time of 20 hours a month during the course time and full time during vocations with good payouts as the living cost is affordable in Canada.

Work Permit after study

Students will be given minimum of One year work permit in Canada after completing minimum One year education in Canada with flexible extended work permit and apply for Permanent Residential Status in Canada.