Everything You Need to Know.
We encourage all student candidates to book a free appointment with our expert student counselor; one-to-one session will give you valuable and practical information about higher education in the Canada.
It gives all of the Desire Programs they offer Foundation, undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD.
Undergraduate degrees in Canada can take either three or four years to complete; it’s depending on the university. Postgraduate degrees last between one and three years to complete, depending on the type of degree.
It’s a third type of degree. When students have not enough marks to get admission in undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. The international universities offer their foundation to student so in this way he obtains good marks than they can take admission in their desired program. The duration of foundation is almost 1 year.
Yes generally, you will need to prove that your English is at the required level for studying in the Canada.
There are various tests and standards for English proficiencies accepted by various universities. Our expert consultants advise you which documents/information is required by the specific university to prove your level of English and which English test it recognizes.
One of the most widely used English proficiency tests are IELTS (International English Language Testing System) & PTE (Pearson English Language Test) which are globally recognized for study and immigration purposes.
You may contact us for preparation of IELTS & PTE tests taught by our expert instructors in a classroom and virtual learning environment.
Yes, international students from Pakistan need a student visa to study in the Canada.
Your student visa will allow you to live and study in the Canada throughout your course. Because you’re a student from Pakistan, you’ll need the Study permit to study in Canada. This visa is specifically for students like you who are ready to start their study abroad adventure in Canada
There are two types of student VISA
If you are 16 or over and want to study at higher education level, you’ll need to apply for a Tier 4 (General) student visa.You need to wait until you have an offer from a university or college before applying for your Tier 4 (General) student visa. Your university or college will then be able to give you a document called a Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies (CAS). To do this, your chosen institution needs to be approved by the Canada government as a ‘licenced Tier 4 sponsor’.
Short term study visas are available to students who want to join courses that are up to six months long or English language courses up to 11 months long.
Study is in Canada is affordable for students as compare to other countries. The annual tuition fee is between C$20,000 and C$30,000. This is an average fee and it will be vary from institute to institute. It is also depend on your Program.
Yes, you can. Canada Universities offer generous scholarships and please check with our expert student counselors for your available options, as support is often available for exceptional undergraduate and graduate level students.
You can but there are some rules n regulations. International students by the study permit and enrolled full time (DLI) Designated Learning Institution may work on campus or if they want they can also work off campus without any permission. Its mean student can work for any employer in anywhere in Canada.
Canadian introduced new rule for applying study visa that is Study Direct Stream. The Scotia bank is supporter of this program. Scotia bank is the leading financial institute of Canada. The international students who want to get higher education from Canada they get financial support from Scotia bank which help to reduce the burden of students.
If you are a legal resident of one the countries that are part of the Student Direct Stream (SDS), you can enjoy faster processing times for your Study Permit application
The countries which are eligible for Student Direct Stream (SDS) are.
Following are some requirements that students need to meet before applying under SDS Program.
- Admission in a full-time program in a publicly-funded College or University.
- An IELTS score with minimum 6 bands in each module.
- GIC proof from Scotia bank/ICICI Bank Canada to cover living expenses for the stay of first year in Canada.
- Payment proof of the tuition fee for 1 year.
- Medical Report at least one week before submission of the application.
- Valid academic qualification proofs
The International students can get their study permits faster by using the SDS. IRCC processes most SDS applications within 20 days if the eligibility requirements are met.
For further details Please Contact our Educational Consultant Team
Canada offers the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP). 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.
With a Post-Graduation Work Permit, international students who have graduated from eligible Canadian designated learning institutions (DLIs) can work in Canada for up to three years.
The PGWP will give you temporary residence in Canada. There are many requirements.
- You must be at least 18 years old;
- You must have studied in Canada as a full-time student for at least 8 months;
- You must have proof that you have completed your study program;
- You must apply for a work permit within 90 days of your graduation;
- You must have a valid study permit at the time of your application for the work permit.
There are many more requirements that you must know so, for further details please Contact our Experts Team.
Yes, Canada is an attractive destination for study. Students like to study in Canada because of some reasons like.
- Quality Education
- Work While You Study
- Immigration Options
We encourage you to book your free appointment with our expert student counselor, one-to-one. We will guide you for the best options and you may proceed with our paid consultation in case you decide to pursue study abroad.