Study in Canada

Why study in Canada?

- Get a work permit after graduation

International students who have graduated from a Canadian university or college have the opportunity to work for a period of time in Canada depending on the qualification and with respect to Canadian immigration laws and skills in demand

- Possibility of obtaining a permanent resident card

International students who wish to live in Canada and have a degree with one year of work experience in Canada can apply for a permanent visa

- Multicultural nation

Canada is a multicultural society and is a home to people from different regions and cultures. Immigrants in Canada enjoy practicing their own customs and traditions without any restrictions as Canada has a policy for cultural diversity that ensures immigrants live in a comfortable and welcoming environment

Living Cost in Australia

Canada can be quite expensive in terms of living expenses. However, the living cost in rural areas greatly differs from the living cost in Canada’s major cities such as Toronto and Vancouver. As required by the Citizenship and immigration Canada (CIC), a student must show evidence of $ 10000 per year for living expenses. The table below shows the approximate living expenses per month in four cities in Canada:

Country Estimated living expenses per month
Toronto . $1,000 - $1,900
Vancouver $1,000 - $1,130
Montreal $900
Edmonton $700 - $1,000