Study In Canada

    • A degree or a diploma from a Canadian Educational Institution is universally recognized for its high academic standard.
    • Tuition fees for international students in Canada are comparatively much lower than in any other English speaking country.
    • Canada spends more per capita income on education than any other country in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
    • There are over 175,000 international students studying in Canada in any given year.
    • A mosaic of cultures, Canada is renowned around the world for its tradition of hospitality and tolerance.
    • More than 800,000 Canadians trace their roots back to India!
    • Canada is a world leader in animation and software development, telecommunications, aerospace engineering, automobile engineering, biotechnology, mining technology and environmental industry.
    • Dennis Turner, Steve Williams, James Strauss name associated with Congo, Star Trek, Generations, Twister, Jurassic Park, Forrest Gump, The Flintstones, Jumanji have passed out of a Canadian college.
    • German Report ranked 18 of North American’s top 40 Electrical Faculties in Canada.
    • Global Competitiveness Report 2000 rank Canada 1st in Knowledge workers.
    • In addition to being rich in cultural heritage, Canada is a country of incredible physical beauty. Cosmopolitan cities, spectacular mountains, oceans and the great lakes.
    • Canada offers a Wide choice of more than 92 Universities and over 175 Colleges and Technical Institutes featuring a variety of academic, professional and vocational programs.

    • The United Nations, for seven consecutive years, had ranked Canada as the No.1 country in the world to live in. Canada offers a high standard of living at a low cost. Its inflation rate is one of the lowest in the industrialized world.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

CAN I WORK WHILE IN CANADA? 

As a full-time student, you are allowed to apply for employment on the college campus and/or for a co-op position during the co-op term of your program. In order to work, you must have a social insurance.

HOW DO I APPLY FOR A SOCIAL INSURANCE NUMBER (SIN) TO WORK? 

You must have the SIN to work. To get a SIN, you must have a letter from a prospective employer verifying that you will be employed in one of the situations described above. The application for a SIN can be found at HRDC – Human Resource Development Canada offices. It can be filled in and sent to the address on the form. It may take 4-6 weeks before you receive a SIN. Your SIN will be issued on a temporary basis and will have an expiry date.

HOW DO I RENEW MY STUDY PERMIT? 

Eight weeks prior to your study expiring, you should apply for a study permit extension. you must obtain a letter from institution to verify that you are a full-time student unless you have an offer for the upcoming semester.

HOW DO I RENEW MY RE-ENTRY VISA? 

Your re-entry visa should be updated 4-8 week prior to its expiry date. You can request an application from the international department of the institution. You need to complete the form and then send the form to the Immigration Office. you must also send your passport with it to the Immigration Office.

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