Universities entry requirements:

Entry into most courses at Canadian universities is assessed on the basis of two primary factors:

1. English Language Course certificate as per their requirement
2. Academic qualifications
3. Work experience (if applicable for the postgraduate course)

Just like Australia, Canada also has advanced criteria for students interested in a graduate or postgraduate degree. For graduates, they may ask for an additional IELTS score of 6/6.5 overall. While for postgraduate, it is necessary to have an average score of 70% in bachelor’s and an IELTS score of 6.5 overall with no bands less than 6. The course also requires a GMAT: of 580-600 min and 2-3 years of full-time work experience.

However, some universities may have some more conditions for a basic processing criteria to allow admission. For further information, check with your chosen university’s admissions office or speak with one of our mentors.

Standard requirements:

1. English language requirements (TOEFL, Or IELTS,acceptable)
2. Academic Qualification

Visa requirements and conditions (Source- canada.ca):

A student visa is a first and most critical step in achieving your goal of studying abroad. To study in Canada, most non-Canadians need a study permit.

A study permit is required for all foreign nationals who plan to study in Canada, however, under following circumstances, exemption can be allowed to students:

● Members of the military forces of a country or territory designated for the Visiting Forces Act or
● Members of the family or private staff accompanying a foreign representative authorized by Global Affairs Canada.


Shared Rental – $95 to $215 per week

On-campus – $110 to $280 per week

Homestay – $235 to $325 per week

Private Rental – $185 to $440 per week

Other Living Expenses

Groceries and eating out – $140 to $280 per week

Gas, electricity – $10 to $20 per week

Phone and Internet – $15 to $30 per week

Public transport – $30 to $60 per week

Car (after purchase) – $150 to $260 per week

Entertainment – $80 to $150 per week

Destination Key Facts- Canada

1. English and French are the most widely spoken languages in Canada.

2. Canada is the world’s second-largest country

3. Canada has less gravity than anywhere else in the world.

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