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  • Canada is the second largest country in the world.

  • Area of 99 lakh square kilometers with a population of around 36 million.


Culture & Society

  • Land of Immigrants.

  • Multicultural Society.

  • One of the most industrialized countries of the world.

  • Northern Canada is known for gas and oil exploration while Eastern Canada is known for agriculture, forestry and fisheries.

  • The provinces of Ontario and Quebec are known for industries.

  • A world leader in Aerospace, Pharmaceuticals, Telecommunication and Biotechnology.

  • Currency is Canadian Dollar.

  • Almost 80% of the population of Canada lives within 250 kilometers of border with the U.S.



  • Qualifications valued around the world.

  • Affordable education.

  • Multicultural society.

  • Healthy and safe communities.

  • Possibility of paid internships while studying.

  • Post study work visa and good job opportunities after completion of studies.

  • Possibility of permanent residency.


There are 98 Universities in Canada.


Canada has 3 universities which are in the top 100 world ranking.

  • University of Toronto

  • McGill University

  • University of British Columbia


Apart from the above there are 10 more Universities of Canada which appear in the top 300 universities in world rankings.


  • University of Alberta

  • McMaster University

  • University of Montreal

  • University of Waterloo

  • University of Western Ontario

  • University of Calgary

  • Queens University

  • Simon Fraser University

  • Dalhousie University

  • University of Ottawa


Level of programs offered by Universities in Canada:

  • Bachelors, Masters and PhD programs

Masters and PhD Programs are available at Universities only




The main Intakes are September, January and May. There are limited intakes in July and October as well.


Total Cost for 1-year Diploma Program is CAD 25,500/- and for 1-year Degree Program is CAD 30,500/-. The expenses include tuition fees, living expense and vida fee.



Scholarships in Canada are quite competitive as they are very limited in number as compared to scholarships offered by other countries like USA, UK or Australia. The eligibility for scholarships is judged on the basis of outstanding academic grades and exceptional English Proficiency scores. Scholarships are mostly offered by the universities without any separate application, based on the eligibility benchmarks but at some institutions the students need to apply specifically for the same. Scholarships are majorly offered at the entry level but for some scholarships the students are supposed to prove their excellence in academics in the subsequent years of education as well. 

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