CANADA

OVERVIEW

Canada is a popular choice among international students due to the country’s amazing natural landscapes, award winning lifestyle and world class education standards. Since we have been recruiting students for Canada, Oceanic has experienced a high visa success rate amongst our clients.

The Canadian education system is qualitative and ranks amongst the best in the world.

The United Nations has ranked Canada as one of the best countries to live in. Students become part of a diverse, welcoming and vibrant society that offers students a unique cultural experience in a safe and beautiful environment. International students have the opportunity to work in Canada for up to three years after graduation.We provide complete guidance regarding Study in Canada. We assist our students for Coaching, Admissions and Visa, in short the entire process from start to end for Study in Canada.

Why Study in CANADA?

  • Canada’s education system is excellent and ranks among the best in the world.
  • Possibility to work in Canada after graduation.
  • The best employment opportunities as per your skills level.
  • As per federal labor law minimum salary is 11 C$ per hour.
  • A safe, stable country.
  • Very good social securities & powerful human rights.
  • Child education is free up to secondary level.
  • Standard of living is very high.
  • High Per Capita Income.
  • Possibility of sponsoring your parents for permanent residency after three years. One can also sponsor their immediate relatives like real brother, sister, uncle, aunt, niece & nephews.
  • PNP – Provincial Nominee Program – Students studying in Canada may be eligible for faster PR (Permanent Residency) under PNP program. For eg. If a student studies for MBA from Thompson Rivers University or Masters in Administrative Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University, then he can apply for PR after the completion of the course.
  • The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) accelerates the Permanent Resident application process for skilled and/or experienced workers, experienced business persons and their family members who want to settle in BC permanently. It allows nominees to apply for Permanent Resident status through Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) under the fast-tracked Provincial Nominee stream which can be faster than applying through many federal immigration streams.

CANADA AT A GLANCE

  • Canada has been declared as the best country in the World to live in for 8 years by United Nations.
  • Canada offers free medical services to its Citizens.
  • Education up to grade 12 is absolutely free.
  • Employment Insurance is offered to a person who has worked for a minimum of 20 weeks and thereafter gets unemployed.

Education

Education: Canada is not only known for it’s picturesque locations, but also for its high standard of education. The colleges in Canada are at par with the best known colleges in the World, in terms of the educational programs offered and the facilities provided to the students also provides various SPP Colleges.

Some Salient Features:

  • A degree or a diploma from a Canadian Educational Institution is universally recognized for its high academic standards.
  • Canada is one of the World leaders in Animation & Software Development, Telecommunications, Aerospace Engineering, Biotechnology, Mining Technology & Environmental Industry.
  • Education in Canada is under the complete jurisdiction of the Provinces.

Geography & Climate: Canada has four distinct seasons, although their arrival times vary across the country. The single most significant factor in climate is latitude.

Currency: The official currency of Canada is Canadian Dollar (CAD$).

1 CAD$ = Rs. 49.07/- (Approx. as in 2015).

Cost of Education & Living: The cost of education in Canada is between CAD$8000-10000 for Undergraduate Courses and between CAD$ 10000-14000 for Post-Graduate Courses. The cost of living is approximately CAD$8000–10000 per year, this covers all the living expenses; including accommodation, food, travel, books, clothes and entertainment.,/p>

Major Cities: Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax, Calgary, Victoria, Vancouver.

WORK RIGHTS DURING STUDIES

There are two types of work rights that students may be eligible for while studying in Canada – On campus and Off Campus.

Students can work on campus at the institution in which they are enrolled without work permit if they are full time student, holding a valid study permit, at an eligible institution.

A student can apply for an off campus work permit if he/she has been a full-time student, with a valid study permit, at one of the institutions authorized by the canadian government. in addition, the student must have been a full-time student for at least 6 of the 12 months prior to applying for the work permit and must have achieved satisfactory academic standing.

For both on campus employment and the off campus work permit, students can work up to 20 hours per week during study sessions and full time during vacations.

Post study work rights

  • If your course duration is less than 2 years but more than 8 months, you will be eligible for work permit for a period no longer than the length of your program of study.
  • If your course duration is 2 years or more, you may be eligible for a work permit for up to 3 years.

Bringing your dependents

The spouse and children of students who wish to join the student in canada for the duration of the study period, may be eligible for a temporary residence visa (under visitor, student or worker category).

Visitor Visa

Friends and relatives wishing to visit a student while they are studying in Canada should apply for a visitor visa. Information on the Canadian visitor visa application process can be found at:http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/index.asp

Internships and Co-op Programs

If you’re looking to gain valuable international work experience while you’re studying in Canada, a co-op or internship program might be right for you!

Many Canadian colleges and universities offer these work placement programs as a means of enhancing the curriculum with real world industry experience. Typically, students spend alternating semesters learning in the classroom and then applying that knowledge through on the job work in their field of study.

Co-op or internship programs are an excellent way to:

  • Make supplementary money for each upcoming academic semester;
  • Bolster your resume with work experience; and
  • Gain invaluable business contacts.

LIVING IN CANADA

In recent years, the standard of living of the average Canadian has gone up by leaps and bounds. Post World War II, Canada was considered the 2nd wealthiest industrialized country in the world.


Canada has a large amount of natural resources in the form of lakes and mineral deposits making it one of the richest countries existing today. With a population that is small, well educated and modernized, it has not taken long for the average Canadian to improve his lifestyle.


A record number of Canadians own their own homes today. Most homes are equipped with all modern amenities and machines and most Canadian families own a car if not two.


For More Details Please Click On The Following Link:
http://dsp-psd.pwgsc.gc.ca/Collection-R/LoPBdP/BP/prb0223-e.htm
http://www.mapsofworld.com/country-profile/canada.html

EDUCATION SYSTEM IN CANADA

Education in Canada is governed by the Provincial and Territorial governments and hence is not an integrated national system. In line with its commitment to the education sector, Canada’s public education is free up to and including the level of secondary school in all provinces. Post secondary education is offered by Community Colleges and Universities.
Education here may be public or private funded. However as the government aided education is provincially governed, there are fundamental differences in the education systems of the different Provinces. The standards of education are maintained by the Ministry of Education of each Province.


The following are the types of Educational Institute in Canada:

  • Universities
  • University Colleges
  • Community Colleges
  • Language Schools

Following are the brief details about general admission requirements:-

Bachelor

A minimum of 70% 12th grade; for Business and Computers program, Math’s in 11th and 12th is compulsory.

Masters

Bachelors in the same field that you wish to pursue Masters. It should be 4 years duration. A minimum of 70% in your undergraduate or Bachelors level of study. GRE and references (2-3) required only for some fields and for some institutions.

Ph.D

A master’s degree with a good academic record; GRE and references in some cases; previous research work, papers published etc.

The total cost on an average is CDN$ 10,000 as tuition fee and CDN$10,000 as living expense per year which varies for different provinces and courses. There is no ranking of any of the institutes recognized by Govt. of Canada.

For More Details Please Click On The Following Link: The Council of Ministers of Education, Canada

UNIVERSITIES

University of Toronto

McGill University

University of British Columbia

University of Montreal

University of Alberta

McMaster University

University of Waterloo

University of Calgary

Queens University

University of Western Ontario

University of Ottawa

Simon Fraser University

York University

Dalhousie University

University of Victoria

Cost of Education

CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR GRADUATION!

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