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What are the benefits of studying in Canada?

Canada has a first rated educational system with high academic standards and rigorous quality controls ensures that the students will be earning a high-quality education that will benefit for a long term career in international context. A Canadian degree, diploma or certificate is well-regarded in business, government and academic circles around the globe.

What is the education system of Canada?

The education system in Canada constitutes both publicly-funded and private schools,including: community colleges / technical institutes , career colleges, language schools, secondary schools, summer camps, universities and university colleges. In Canada for the most part the education is provided publicly, funded and overseen by federal, provincial, and local governments.

The certificate which I am attaining from Canada is valid around the globe?

Yes. The qualification obtained from Canada is globally recognized.

What is the cost of studying at Canada?

The quality of education and living standards in Canada are amongst the highest in the world, but the cost of living and tuition fees for international students are generally lower when comparing to other countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom. On an average, an international student needs to pay a minimum of C$14,000 (approx)to as high as C$40,000 per year. Living costs in Canada are a bit above average, but the high quality of life is guaranteed. You would need a minimum amount of 1,000- 1,200 CAD/month for most of the provinces

What are the basic eligibility criteria to get the admission for studies at Canada?

You must have the academic and experience documents according to the program/institute requirements where you going to study. Most importantly you have to get clear with the required IELTS score.

Will I get Scholarship?

Scholarships and awards for international students are available; it is highly competitive and based on the profile of the students. The details about the scholarship will be there in the official website of them.

Can I work part time?

Yes. Part Time Work Opportunity is available to international students while studying.

What are post study work opportunities?

After the graduation, you can apply for a work permit under the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP).

What are the basic eligibility criteria to get the admission for studies at Canada?

You must have the academic and experience documents according to the program/institute requirements where you going to study. Most importantly you have to get clear with the required IELTS score.

How will apply for my studies?

According to the institution’s rules, you have to send the filled application form with required documents.

What is GIC?

GIC (Guaranteed Investment Certificate) which enables an international student to meet the requirements of the Citizenship and Immigration Canada guidelines and provides access to funds to help pay for living expenses while he is studying in Canada. Under this program, the student can purchase a Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) from Scotia bank/ICICI Bank for $10,000 Canadian dollars (CAD). A GIC is an investment account that offers a guaranteed interest rate over a fixed period of time.

Will there be any kind of financial loss, if my visa is getting refused?

If your visa got rejected, most institutions will refund the tuition fees after a nominal deduction of administrative charges which is usually mentioned in the offer letter or the concerned institution’s website. The visa application fees is non refundable.

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Our Study Abroad consultants at M&G is available on contact nos. +91 8594022222. You can also send your queries  to our email id- info@mandgword.com

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