More than 2, 00,000 international students come to Canada each year.
Tests must have been taken within the last 24 months at the time of submission of your application. TOEFL, IELTS, PTE (Pearson Test of English), CAEL (Canadian Academic English Language Assessment) are the accepted tests for the admission. If you have not taken any of these tests, then you can feel free to contact us, we’ll help you out!
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There are a wide range of high class universities in Canada. Confluence is always here to help you choose a university wisely and that suits you, so feel free to contact us!
Living costs generally depend upon the lifestyle, on the city and on your preferences. The living costs are less than CAD 4,800 to CAD 9,600 per year. The tuition fees generally range from CAD 6,000 to CAD 28,000 per year for almost all the programs.
Yes, International students holding a valid study permit can work during their course of study but only on campus of their educational institution. If you want to work off the campus, you should apply for an off campus work permit.
Canadian institutions offer financial aid in the form of scholarships, bursaries, internships, teaching, research and administrative assistantships.
The minimum admissions requirement is completion of the year 12 examination from a recognized board. Some institutions may require you to take an admission tests like SAT and/or IELTS.
The minimum admissions requirement is completion of a Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university. Some universities may require you to take an admission tests like GRE, GMAT or IELTS depending on the program you apply for
The minimum admission requirements are possession of a 4-year undergraduate degree, a Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) score, work experience and also TOEFL.
The minimum admission requirements for a PhD program include a Master’s degree along with an evidence of research acumen and you need to write a GRE subject in addition to a GRE general and IELTS.
The Post-Graduation Work Program allows most international students to gain Canadian work experience upon graduation of a program which is at least eight months in duration and it is to be noted that a Work permit is needed in order to work in Canada.