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Canada, a country in the north of North America, has ten provinces and three territories. It is the second-largest country in the world in its total area. Its southern and western borders with the United States are the longest bi-national land borders in the world. Ottawa is the capital city of Canada. Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver are the three main cities in Canada. English and French are the two main languages used by the citizens of Canada.

As a highly developed country, its advanced economy is the tenth-largest in the world, relying primarily on its vast natural resources and well-developed international trade networks.

Canada is listed among the top 20 happiest countries in the world. The Government gives high priority to education in Canada. Affordable education cost is one of the reasons why international students choose Canada as their overseas study option.



Public Colleges

Bow Valley College| Lethbridge College| Red Deer College| Alexander College|

British Columbia Institute of Technology| Camosun College| College of New Caledonia

College of the Rockies| Douglas College| Langara College| North Island College

Northern Lights College| Okanagan College| Selkirk College| Sprott Shaw College

Vancouver Community College| Vancouver Institute of Media Arts| Red River College

Algonquin College| Cambrian College| Canadore College| Centennial College

Conestoga College| Confederation College| Durham College| Fanshawe College

Fleming College| George Brown College| Georgian College| Hanson Canada

Humber College| Lambton College| Loyalist College| Mohawk College

Niagara College| Northern College| Royal Military College| St. Clair College

Holland College| St. Lawrence College| Sault College| Seneca College

Sheridan College| Northlands College| Parkland College| Saskatchewan Polytechnic.


MacEwan University |Mount Royal University| University of Alberta| University of Calgary

University of Lethbridge| British Columbia| Capilano University| Emily Carr University of Art and Design | Kwantlen Polytechnic University| Royal Roads University| Simon Fraser University

Thompson Rivers University| University of British Columbia| University of Victoria|

The University of the Fraser Valley| University of Northern British Columbia

Vancouver Island University| Brandon University | University of Manitoba

University of Winnipeg | Mount Allison University | St. Thomas University

The University of New Brunswick | Memorial University of Newfoundland

Acadia University| Cape Breton University |Dalhousie University|

Mount Saint Vincent University| Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University

Saint Francis Xavier University | Saint Mary’s University| Algoma University

Brock University| Carleton University | Lakehead University |Laurentian University

McMaster University| Nipissing University| Ontario College of Art and Design University

Queen’s University at Kingston | Ryerson University| Trent University

University of Guelph| Ontario Tech University| University of Ottawa

The University of Toronto| University of Waterloo| University of Western Ontario

University of Windsor| Wilfrid Laurier University| York University

The University of Prince| Bishop’s University| Concordia University

McGill University| University of Regina| University of Saskatchewan

Fairleigh Dickinson University| New York Institute of Technology

Quest University |Niagara University| Trinity Western University

University Canada West | Crandall University.


Canada has both Public and private institutions.

The education system is divided into three levels

  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • Post-secondary

Post-secondary education there are four types of educational institutions

Technical/ Career Colleges: Privately owned institutions are which offer short-term programs. These institutions are focused on giving practical skills for the students over a wide range of programs.

Community Colleges & Technical Institutes: Career-oriented institution, offering practical/technical related curricula, with small classes, off-campus course offerings, Bigger laboratory space to classroom space, and an interactive teaching style.

University Colleges: This is a component of the Canadian University system, university colleges offer students a choice of either university degree programs or practical-oriented college diplomas and certificates when they decide to study in Canada from India.

Universities: Canadian Universities are public-funded and thus, offer consistently high-quality education at lower tuition rates for international students. They offer a wide range of programs from Undergraduate to Doctorate.


  • Biological and Life Sciences
  • Tourism and Hospitality
  • Engineering and Technology
  • Business Management
  • Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Health sciences
  • Food science and technology
  • Leadership management
  • Technology management
  • Project management



Bachelors Program/ Diploma program    Approximately 12,000 – 20,000 CAD.

Master’s Program/PG Diploma Program Approximately 12,000 – 35,000 CAD

Living Expenses

The student will have to show a fund of 10000 CAD in Guaranteed Investment Certificate, and in actuals, the living cost will be varying according to the lifestyle of the student.


There are 3 intakes in Canada.

September intake (Fall)

January intake (Winter)

May Intake (Summer)


Scholarships are awarded to international students with outstanding results in some institutions. The amount granted differs from one institution to another and usually only supports a portion of the student’s education and living expenses. Getting a scholarship is very competitive and applications must be taken directly to each university along with the application for admission. Community and Career Colleges usually do not grant scholarships, nor do public schools or most private Institutions. Scholarships rely on whether students are pursuing under graduation or post-graduation in Canada.