Study in Canada – FAQs

How much does it cost to study in Canada?

Tuition fees vary based on institution

How much  money as a proof of funds do I need to show?

Canada study permit students must prove that they have sufficient funds to cover their tuition fees and financial capacity (Tuition plus $10,000 for a 12-month period) to support living expenses for the first year of study. In Quebec, the financial requirements for a year are around $12,750.

Is IELTS needed?

IELTS or Proof of Language is one of the main admission criteria’s in most of the Canadian Universities, so it is mandatory.

Do I need to complete a 4 year Degree for Master. What do I do if my degree is of 3 years?

Yes, you need to have a 4 year Degree in order to apply for Masters in Canada. In case if your degree is of 3 years then you can do one more year of study in the same field.

What If my VISA gets rejected.

If an application is refused, one can re-apply to those Universities.

Is it possible to work part-time in Canada?

Study permit holders may be allowed to work for up to 20 hours per week during regular academic sessions and full time during scheduled breaks. 

Can I stay back after the completion of my studies?

A student who has studied full-time at a Designated Learning Institution (DLI) will be eligible for  Post study work permit.

Can my spouse join me?

The open work permit for a spouse may be valid for the same period of time as the study permit

Is there any Scholarship?

It depends. You can apply for scholarship.

When do I start?

If you have already decided then the time is NOW.