Studying in Canada is comparatively cheaper than the neighboring counterpart the USA
7- 22 Lakhs Tuition Fees
Living Expense- 3- 16 Lakhs depending on the city
Basically, there are four intakes available- September being the big one, Jan (Small), April, and May. Apply as early as possible as it’s a rolling based admission, first come and first serve. Different situations in other education destination have made easier than ever for Canada to emerge as the most preferred study destination like-: Visa restriction, a limited extension of the visa post-degree, mounting fees, less immigrant-friendly government, and declining job chances. Students can work for 20 hours part-time off-campus after 6 months and on-campus from the first day. During the holiday’s students are allowed to work for 40 hours. Per hours students can expect is the 8-12 CAD. There is a number of Co-ops, placement year, and internship available as a part of the course. This is very important for students to gain practical experience and acquire the industry demanding skills. International students can stay post-degree for three years and look for jobs, hence year by year there is a consistent increase in the number of students.
The student life is quite astonishing in the country as the university takes extra care in support services, modern amenities, and labs. Plus there is a number of cultural and students club which are helping students to build their knowledge in their interested area and geographies.
Fees for visa- CAD 150 = Rs 7,889/-
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