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Study in Canada – Your Guide to Know

Canada – a country rich in culture and diversity. We can find a diverse range of people in Canada with whom we can resemble. But many of us have a dream in our eyes to visit Canada to study. It became one of the most appealing destinations for higher education and attracts students from various corners of the world. 

The quality is education is rich and brings an enriching experience for students from distinct parts of the globe. So, if you are dreaming of visiting Canada – this blog have some important information for you. We are going to showcase different aspects in front of you to make your educational journey simple and easy. 

How to Apply? 

If you are looking for an abroad study, then Canada is the right pick for you due to its affordable education. Also, you are going to have diversified job opportunities as well – full-time and part-time. 

But the big question that appears to be here is “How to Apply”. So, here are a few things that you should know while applying:

  • You need to check out the UCAS and the Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (CICIC) to find information on Canadian universities and programs.
  • Start research about the admission requirements from the web portal of the college. 
  • Start gathering your application material like academic transcripts, letters of recommendation, and English language test results (IELTS or TOEFL).
  • Submit your form and get visa. 

So, these are certain aspects that you should know while applying for any Canadian university. 


Studying in Canada is always a great thing and can say is like a dream come true. But do you know the actual benefits and what perks we are going to get graduate or post graduated from Canada? Let’s check them out here:

  • The Canadian degree is globally accepted and recognized. Thus, you have a big chance to get a full-time job in your desired organisation. 
  • You are not restricted to the course only and you can join part-time organizations while studying. This will help you to get real-life work experience while studying.
  • You are going to get a post-study work permit even after three years of graduation. This will aid in making good connections in Canada. 
  • Along with all such benefits, here are a few more you are going to have free access to the healthcare system, & you will also get numerous scholarships and benefits. 
  • Once you are enrolled in Canada, you will be entitled with so many perks. 

Popular Universities

Documents Checklists

  • Academic Documents
    • 10th Mark sheet
    • 12th Mark sheet
    • Bachelors Mark sheet (of each semester and main/provisional degree
    • Masters Mark sheet (of each semester and main/provisional degree)
  • Passport
  • CV
  • LOR (by last University/College attended and workplace)
  • SOP (Statement of Purpose) (If requested by University)
  • Appointment, Experience letter and last 3 months payslips (If experienced)
Canada Admission

Process Flow Chart

  • 1.Lead Generation
    • A.Documentation
    • B.Counselling
  • 2.Application
  • 3.Offer Letter
  • 4.Mock Interview
    • A.Cleared
    • B.Not Cleared
      • I.English Preparation
  • 5.Initial Fee Deposit
  • 6.Credibility Interview
  • 7.Pre-CAS Documents & Balance Fee Deposit
  • 8.CAS Letter Issued
  • 9.Visa Application

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