Study in Canada

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Discover CANADA

Don’t miss your chance to study and settle in one of the most livable countries of the world.

For almost one and a half decade now, Canada has undeniably emerged as the most sought-after study destination not only for Indian students, but for students from more than 100 countries. Indian students currently account for 34% of the total international students in Canada (As of 2022), and the number is only growing at 21% per year. Since 2017, Indian nationals have been at the top of the chart as far as obtaining Canadian Permanent Residence is concerned. Canada is known for its state-of-the-art education infrastructure, and that coupled with the best instructors as well as superior pedagogy, leads to the most desired academic output for international students and their families. With an array of credentials, ranging from Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Associate Degree, Bachelor’s, Post Graduate Diploma, Master’s and Certificate, there is no dearth in the quality and diversity of excellent program choices for students at Canada’s Universities and its Community (Government) Colleges.

Key Facts

Important facts to know while studying in Canada


Fall (Sep), Winter (Jan), Summer (May)

No.of Universities

223 Universities

Number of International Students:


Indian Diaspora in Canada

1.7 Million+

Average Tuition Fee

$18,000 CAD Per Annum


Average Cost of Living

Student Life

A chance to experience life to the fullest in a country home to 750,000+ international students.

When in Canada, as a student, you can never be out of the league to enjoy the life to its fullest. Be it attending lectures laden with the team tasks, or hanging out in the cafeteria or study lounges or in the sports arena on the campus of your College or University, you are bound to make new friends, learn new cultures, languages and certainly enjoy a few games of ice hockey and baseball, during the season. Be it restaurants or theatres in the downtowns of Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa, or Calgary or be it a round of ice skating on the Rideau Canal in Ottawa, or be it trekking around the gorges around the Banff National Park, you will never feel out of sorts, once you are in Canada. 

From preparing your meals, to shopping for your daily groceries, to hustling between studies, work and home, the ‘student life’ in Canada will transform you into everything that you and your family would take pride in. Yes, once in Canada, do not forget to register yourselves with the Indian Embassy in Ottawa or the Consulate Offices in Toronto and Vancouver. ( ( (

Academic Scholarships in Canada

Studying in Canada has become affordable for international students with the range of scholarships offered to them. We may have the following content for the scholarship categories and their respective description:

Lester B. Pearson International Scholarships

The Lester B. Pearson International Scholarship Program at the University of Toronto is intended to recognize international students who demonstrate exceptional academic achievement and creativity and who are recognized as leaders within their school. The scholarship will cover tuition, books, incidental fees, and full residence support for four years. 

Pierre Elliot Trudeau Foundation Doctoral Scholarships

The scholarships are open to foreign nationals (with a preference for candidates from the developing world) who are applying to a doctoral program in the social sciences and humanities or registered full-time in the first or second year of such a program at a Canadian university. Its annual value is up to $60,000 per scholar for a maximum of three years

Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships

The Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships (Vanier CGS) was created to attract and retain world-class doctoral students and to establish Canada as a global centre of excellence in research and higher learning. The scholarships are towards a doctoral degree (or combined MA/PhD or MD/PhD) at participating Canadian Universities. The scholarship is worth $50,000 per year for three years.

University of Manitoba Graduate Fellowships

The University of Manitoba Graduate Fellowships (UMGF) are merit-based awards that are open to students of any nationality who will be registered as full-time graduate students (Masters or Ph.D.) at the University of Manitoba. The fellowships are valued at $18,000 for PhD students, or $14,000 for Master’s students for a 12-month period.

University of British Columbia Scholarships for International Students

UBC recognizes the academic achievement of outstanding students from around the world by devoting more than $10 million CAD annually to awards, scholarships and other forms of financial assistance for international undergraduate students.

Humber College International Entrance Scholarships

Humber offers renewable full and partial tuition scholarships to NEW international students beginning classes in September and January of each year.

University of Waterloo International Master’s and Doctoral Student Awards

Eligible full-time international students starting a research-based master’s program or PhD program will receive an International Student Award valued at $2,045 per term for 2 years (Master’s) or $4,090 per term for 3 years (PhD).

York University International Student Scholarship Program

International students who have an excellent academic record and admitted to York University are eligible for scholarships worth $60,000 – $100,000 for a four-year degree program.

University of Calgary Graduate Awards

University of Calgary offers a wide range of full and partial scholarships for international students. Scholarship value range from $1,000 to $40,000 and covers different fields of study.

Carleton University Entrance Scholarships for International Students

Carleton offers partial scholarships worth $4,000 – $16,000 to exemplary students who meet the admission average criteria of 80% and above.

Work Opportunities for Students in Canada

There are three main types of work opportunities for international students while studying in Canada

On-Campus Employment

International students who are currently enrolled at a Canadian university and possess a current study permit are eligible for this kind of employment opportunity. Examples of on-campus work include jobs in the university library, dining courts, laboratories, and administrative offices, such as teaching or research assistantships.

Off-Campus Employment

This type of work opportunity is available to international students who are currently enrolled at a Canadian educational institution and have a valid study permit. Off-campus employment includes working for a company that is not affiliated with the school, such as a grocery store or restaurant.

Co-Op/Internship Employment

This type of work opportunity is available to international students who are currently enrolled in a Canadian educational institution and have a valid study permit. Co-op/internship employment is typically related to the student’s field of study and can be ‌paid or unpaid.

Admission Requirements

Get prepared with your documents

There are different college intakes in Canada depending on the province or territory you are applying to. The main intakes are in the fall (September) and winter (January). However, some colleges also have summer intakes. Irrespective of the colleges and intakes, students are required to provide these documents.

Visa Assistance

Student Visa Requirements for Canada

Study permit

Who is it for

This is for students who want to study in Canada for more than six months.

When to apply

You should apply for a study permit as soon as you receive your letter of acceptance from a designated learning institution.

Arrival in Canada

You can arrive in Canada up to 4 weeks before the start of your program.

Student Partnership Program (SPP) visa

Who is it for

This is for students from designated countries who want to study in Canada for more than six months.

When to apply

The best time to apply for the Student Partnership Program (SPP) visa is when you have been accepted into a participating Canadian educational institution.

Arrival in Canada

You can arrive in Canada up to 4 weeks before the start of your program.