General Information

  • Official name- Canada
  • Capital – Ottawa
  • Largest City- Toronto
  • Population : 35.16 million
  • Official Languages – English, French
  • Government – Federal Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy
  • Monarch – Elizabeth II
  • Governor – General – David Johnston
  • Prime Minister – Justin Trudeau
  • Currency- Canadian Dollar (CAD)
  • ISD Code: +1
  • Temperature :Subarctic in South and Arctic in North
  • Minimum Wages / Hour– $10.25
  • International Airports – Calgary(YYC), Edmonton(YEG), Halifax(YHZ), Montreal(YMX), Ottawa (YOW), Toronto (YYZ), Vancouver (YVR) , Winnipeg (YWG)

Why study in Canada?

  • One of the top-ranked education system in the world
  • Strong growing economy with large manpower shortage.
  • Large number of prestigious universities
  • Affordable tuition fees with semester wise payment
  • Less time and easy visa processing.
  • Range of job focussed programmes with Co-op.
  • Nomination for Immigration to Canada under Provincial Nominee Programs.
  • Post-graduate work permits upon completion of studies related to field of study.
  • Option for permanent residency which takes up to 15 to 18 months from within Canada
  • Canada welcomes over 2 lakh immigrants per year & has a policy for skilled professionals as well as Business Immigrants
  • A person who is a Canadian Permanent Resident may apply for Canadian Citizenship after 3 years.

Major Intakes

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  • Work on campus : You may work on campus at the institution where you study without a work permit.
  • Work off campus : work up to 20 hours per week during regular academic sessions and work full-time during scheduled breaks, such as the winter and summer holidays or spring break.
  • Work permit : The Post-Graduation Work Permit Program offers you a work permit up to 3 years depending on the course duration.


A person who is a Canadian Permanent Resident may apply for Canadian Citizenship after 4 years.

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