Foundation / Diploma / Degree / Masters / Post Graduate
Minimum Qualifications Required
Foundation : G.C.E O/L
Diploma / Degree / Post Graduate : 12 years of Education
Masters : Bachelors Degree
Foundation : 16 to 23
Diploma / Degree : Below 30
Masters / PG : Below 35
IELTS , PTE, Dualingo
Foundation : IELTS 6.0/ 5.5
Diploma / Degree : IELTS 6.0 / 5.5
Masters / PG : IELTS 6.5 / 6.0
***IELTS / PTE requirements could vary according to the program
University / Colleges
Algoma University - Sault Ste. Marie
Algoma University - Brampton
Lakehead University - Orillia
Thompson Rivers University
University Canada West
University of Manitoba
University of Regina
University of Windsor
Yorkville University - Vancouver
Yorkville University - Toronto
King's University College
*** more than 100 institutes
08 months & above
3 - 4 years
1 to 2 years
Business / Accounting / Banking
Engineering - Civil / Construction / Electronics / Chemical
Bio Science Bio Technology
Health Science / Public Science / Medicine / Nursing / Dental
Sciences / Maths & Statistics
Social Studies / Social Science / Psychology
Sport & Exercise
Tourism & Hospitality
Teaching / Education And more……
The average tuition fee is CAD $ 8,500 to 30,000
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Documentation Fee (Non refundable)
College Application fee (Average)
CAD $ 100 to 300
As mentioned above
Air Ticket Fee
Rs. 100,000 Upwards
Cost of living per month
Living costs in Canada are on the higher side with a guarantee of high quality of life. You would need between 800 – 1,500 CAD per month for most provinces, such as Quebec, Montreal and Ottawa.
Vancouver and Calgary are some of the most expensive cities in Canada, where living costs can reach 2,000 CAD per month.
You'll have many housing options to choose from in Canada, and an equally diverse price range.
The main housing options for students in Canada are:
You won’t spend too much on food bills, just around 300 CAD/month for shopping from the local supermarkets and groceries. Some of the cheapest supermarkets you can find all over Canada are Canadian Superstore, Walmart, No Frills.
If you wish to eat in a restaurant, you will have to pay around 10 - 25 CAD. A three-course meal for two in a mid-range restaurant will cost 50 - 65 CAD.
Students enrolled in a Canadian university, aged between 18 and 25, will benefit from discounts when purchasing the monthly transport pass.
The total price of a transport pass is 90 CAD/month, while a one-way ticket is worth 3 CAD.
Taxis are also a common way of transport all over Canada and fares are between 2 and 6 CAD/ km.
January, May, August, September
You need to have enough money that is genuinely available to you to pay for your course fees, travel and living costs for you and your accompanying family members while you are in Canada.
One year Living cost + One year Tuition fee + Travel Cost
Part time work rights
20 hours per week (For more details access to respective immigration website)
G.C.E. O/L Certificate–English Translate (Certified By Foreign Ministry)
G.C.E. A/L Certificate –English Translate (Certified By Foreign Ministry)
Copy of Passport - 1st 4 pages - Color
Birth Certificate English Translate
Work Experience Letters (if)
Copy of Spouse and Child Passport (if apply)
Other Certificates to cover the gaps (need exact course start and end date)
Photos -Passport Size with white background (Neatly Dressed)
Sponsor Bank Balance Confirmation Letters with min 6 months statements
Detailed CV with academic details/work experience with exacts dates (start - end dates)
Study Plan (SOP)
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*** one set of documents must be attested by notary for true copy ***