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For international students across the world, Canada is an ideal study destination.
Multicultural environment, affordable high-quality education, stable economy, and openness to
immigration, make Canada an ideal country for international students for both undergraduate and
postgraduate studies; in cities like Toronto, Vancouver, Waterloo, Ottawa, and Montreal. With
one of the longest coastlines, vast wilderness, world-class cities, and a culture of tolerance and
diversity, Canada is a natural destination for thousands of international students.
Canada welcomes over 500,000 international higher education students each year. Universities in
Canada are ranked among the best in the world and are globally recognized and well-respected.
Some top Canadian universities as per global university rankings are University of Toronoto,
University of McGill, University of British Columbia, University of Waterloo, McMaster
University.


Canada’s advanced economy is the tenth-largest in the world, relying chiefly upon its abundant
natural resources and well-developed international trade networks. The country has always
opened its doors to skilled international professionals, and diverse global students. It clearly
reflects in its study permit and immigration policies. On an average, it has welcomed
approximately 300,000 immigrants over the past 6 years.


Situated in the northern part of North America, Canada consists of ten provinces and three
territories, making Canada the second-largest country in the world. The official languages of the
country are English and French, though Quebec is the only province to have French as its official
language. Other popular languages include Chinese, Punjabi, and Spanish. The size of the
population is 38 million, out of which approximately 80% of the population lives in cities and
towns. It is home to over 250 ethnic groups and ancestries. The official Currency of the country
is the Canadian dollar.

Why Study In Canada?

  •  High-Quality Education at an Affordable Cost

  •  A safe and Community Centric Environment

  •  Student Friendly High-Tech Campuses

  •  A Global Multicultural Environment Quick Facts

  •  A High Possibility of Immigration

  •  Ample Part-time Work Opportunities

  •  Research Oriented Academia

Top universities in Canada

Top Courses in Canada

Top Courses in Canada

Price Range

Business & Administrative Studies

Avg Tuition Fee UG – 550 - 56,000 per year PG - 2150 – 52,700 per year

Engineering & Technology

Avg Tuition Fee UG - 1,350 – 55,000 per year PG - 2,150 – 52,500 per year

Medicine and Healthcare

Avg Tuition Fee PG – 2150 - 58,300 per year

Finance

Avg Tuition Fee PG – 7,875 - 59,388 per year

Biological Sciences

Avg Tuition Fee UG – 24,663 - 39,756 per year

Canada : Industry and Economic Outlook

  • Stable Economic Growth

  • Strong services sector

  • High Employment Rate

  • Strong Focus on People and Technology

  • Skill Shortages increasing the Ease of Immigration

  • How much does it cost to study in Australia?
    As an international student, you are liable to pay complete tuition fees for your selected course in Australia. For an undergraduate bachelor degree, the range can be between A$17,000 and A$37,000. and for a masters degree, the range can be between A$20,000 and A$40,000, while for a doctoral degree, the range can be anywhere between A$14,000 and A$40,000. Australia is known for having a great reputation for higher education across the globe . It has one of the world’s largest percentage of higher education qualified students. Not only this, Australia also has very high literacy and education rates. It offers a world class education system with high quality of education at fair tuition fees. In Australia, there are 37 government funded universities and 2 private universities. There are also a number of other specialist institutions. In 2019, 25 Australian institutions were a part of QS World University Rankings top 500, out of which 7 of them are in the top 100 rankings. The highest ranked university in Australia is The Australian National University (ANU), which is placed at 24th, followed by the University of Melbourne, which is at 39th, and then the University of Sydney, which is at 42nd position. Australia has been seen as one of the most welcoming countries with a diverse population. It is interesting to note that almost half of the population in Australia have either of the parents born overseas or they are born overseas . At present, there are more than 260 languages being spoken in Australia! It will be a great opportunity to study and live in a country with so much of diversity and opportunities.
  • Which is the best course to study in Australia?
    Around 300,000 international students come to Australia every year. That number has increased at a great pace in 2017 and 2018. The popularity of Australia as a study abroad destination has increased to a great extent among students across the globe. Universities in Australia have a great reputation across the glove. The Australian education system is known for its quality and opportunities. It's worthy to note that 7 Australian universities also feature among the top 100 universities in QS and THE rankings. In addition to this, more than 30 Australian universities feature in the top 800 of the world university rankings. To get great post study work opportunities, below are some courses to be considered:  Finance and Accountancy  Actuarial Science  Agricultural Sciences  Architecture  Engineering  Earth Sciences and Related Fields  Computer Science & Information Technology (IT)
  • Is it expensive to study in Australia?
    Australia is the worlds most expensive destination for international students due to its high fees and high cost of living. International students spend more than $43,000 a year on an average to study at the Australian universities. Followed by the US with an average yearly cost of US$35,700 a year, and then the UK at £19,600. About a third of the total international students in the world, study in these 3 countries. Australian universities fees are almost similar to the fees in the US but the cost of living makes a big difference. A yearly average in Australia is more than $14,400. Despite Australia having a geographical advantage in attracting students from the Asia-Pacific region, the high cost of living was one of the major factors for foreign students while considering their study dream abroad. Keeping the same in mind, governments and education providers needed to take some action to increase the flow of students, given that there are various other expenses that the international students have to take care of in a foreign land, like travel cost, accommodation cost,. visa formalities, travel and health insurance, food , books etc. The education providers were asked to take action to address these concerns, which could include providing concessions and subsidies to the students.
  • Can I study in Australia for free?
    There is a wide variety of programs in Australia which allows international students to study in Australia for free. However, certain types of fees, like the visa fees, may not be included in the student scholarship. There are Some of popular scholarships and awards programs mentioned below : The Australian Awards: These are Australian Government funded scholarships which aim at promoting links and developing ties with the partnering countries by means of education for the mutual benefit and development. These Awards are available to students in Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and Africa, and usually requires the recipient students to go back to their home country for 2 years once they are done with their studies in Australia and use the knowledge, skills and competencies gained during their study time in Australia to contribute to the development of their home country. International Postgraduate Research Scholarships: This scholarship programme encourages brilliant students to be a part in developing Australia’s research effort. This scholarship is available to the students across the world, except for New Zealand and is available for 2-3years. There are close to 330 IPRS scholarships available every year. Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships: These are government funded scholarships and fellowships which are available to the students from Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, Europe and the Americas. These scholarships are merit-based and give applicants a chance to pursue studies and research while they are in Australia. There are almost 500 Endeavour scholarships available every year. The Scholarship and fellowship application dates across the universities change every year.
  • What is the age limit of applying for a student visa in Australia?
    Australia is known for having a great reputation for higher education all across the globe . It has one of the world’s largest percentages of higher education qualified students with a very high literacy and education rates. It offers a world class education system with high quality of education at fair tuition fees. There is no age limit to apply for a student visa in Australia. You can apply for Student Visa Subclass 500 before you turn 50 years of age. With it you can spend upto 5 years living and studying in Australia. You can work in Australia for almost 20 hours per week. If you want to migrate to Australia on a student visa, you need to check the student requirements for Visa Subclass 500. Shared below are the references-  First requirement will be getting a Confirmation of Enrollment(COE)  Enrollment in the Overseas Student Health Cover Insurance is a must.  An adequate score of English Proficiency Test is a must.  You will have to qualify the Genuine Temporary Entrant(GTE) criteria.  If the above necessities are fulfilled for the visa and required documents are submitted then there is hardly any chance of the refusal
  • Can you stay in Australia?
    It usually depends on the kind of qualification you have, to determine your post study stay in Australia, which can be anywhere between 18 months to 4 years after graduation. A student first needs a Graduate Skilled Temporary (subclass 485) visa. You have to be under 50 years of age to qualify for this visa, competent in English (an IELTS score of 6) or should be from an English- speaking country. There is also the Skilled-recognised graduate visa (subclass 476). This visa allows engineering graduates to gain 18 months of work experience in Australia. The students should be under 31 years of age. Also, there are 2 types of Temporary Graduate Visa: 1. Post-Study Work Stream visa If you have graduated from an Australian education institution within the past 6 months, then this visa will allow you and your family to stay, study, work and travel in Australia for a period of 2-4 years. Students having a bachelor degree can stay for 2 years. Students having a master's degree can stay for 2-3 years. And the students having a doctorate can stay for almost 4 years. If the qualification is below that of a bachelor degree, like certifications or graduate diplomas, you will not qualify for this type of visa. If you applied for your first student visa before November 5, 2011, then also you are not eligible for this type of visa. 2. Graduate Work Stream Visa If you have graduated from an Australian education institution within the past 6 months, then this visa will allow you and your family to stay, study, work and travel in Australia for a period of 18 months. This visa is different from a Post-Study Work Stream visa owing to the fact that you are eligible for this type of visa even if your qualification is lower than that of a bachelor's degree. You are also eligible for this visa if you applied for your first ever student visa after November 5, 2011.
  • Which jobs are in demand in Australia?
    People who are not residents of Australia have always been attracted to looking for work here. This might be mainly due to certain factors like the good lifestyle, the compensation packages and obviously the amazing weather. Australia as a nation has always kept a clear and fair policy on immigration and has always encouraged workers from other countries. Usually everyone in there feels warmly accepted into the country and its people. The Occupations In Demand in Australia in 2019-2020 are as follows :  Healthcare professionals  Software and IT professionals  Trades and Construction workers  Teachers  White Collar Management/Professionals  Automotive and Engineering Workers  Farmers  Mechanical/Automobile Engineers
  • What are the highest paid jobs in Australia?
    The top 10 highest paying jobs in Australia are as follows: 1. Surgeons Almost 4,000 Australians work as Surgeons with an average taxable income of $394,000 per year. 2. Internal Medicine Specialists There are over 8,500 employees working in this field and they earn almost $300,000 per year. 3. Anesthetists There are almost 3,000 anesthetists in Australia with an average taxable income of $367,000 per year. 4. Financial Dealers Nearly 4,500 people in Australia work as financial dealers with an average taxable income of $261,000 per year. 5. Psychiatrists There are nearly 30000 psychiatrists in Australia with an average taxable income of $216,000 per year. 6. Medical Practitioners There are close to 30,000 Australians in this profession and they earn an average of $204,000 per year. 7. Judicial/Legal Professionals This profession employs over 3,500 in Australia, and they earn an average taxable income of $195,000 per year.. 8. CEO and Managing Directors There are over 175,000 workers in the executive management sector, who earn an average income of around $160,000 per year. 9. Engineering Managers Australia has over 25,000 engineering managers who earn an average taxable income of approximately $147,000 per year. 10. Mining Engineers There are roughly over 8,000 mining engineers in Australia, who make a taxable wage of approximately $167,000 per year.
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