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About Canada

Located in the north of the North American continent, the country of Canada is bordered by the USA in its south and Alaska at its west. With French as the most commonly spoken language, Canada has been known for its extremely cold winters, the Niagara Falls, and the most recent events of refugee acceptance, reminding the world of the friendly and accommodating nature of the Canadians. The country has held its firm belief in the fact that ‘all citizens are equal and that diversity makes us a stronger country. The multicultural availability in the country, therefore, is proof that it makes all feel equality and therefore everyone is at home and about 20% of the Canadians were born outside (Government of Canada website).

However, this is a place to learn more and it is the second-largest country in the world after Russia by land area and is covered with a lot of lakes. Although the name means village, it was previously named New France. Along with the typical symbol of the maple leaf of Canada, it has also been the home ground for the birth of diverse fields such as IMAX, Basketball, the pacemaker, and even the Blackberry phone.


Salient Features to Study Canada

World Renowned Qualification

Universities of high repute in Canada make it one of the most desired destinations to study at. The education quality is the stepping stone for students to get to the best career paths that they wish to be a part of in their future. The education qualification including degrees, certificates, and diplomas awarded in Canada are renowned around the globe.

Research & Development  opportunities

Post-secondary education in Canada promotes research and development in all fields due to the governmental and industrial support. This has been helpful in helping growth in varied fields such as technology, medicine, agriculture as well as environmental science.

Affordable Education

The education in Canada is not that heavy on the pockets of students when compared with the education in various other international destinations like USA and UK in spite of the high quality of education and living standards. This excellent bargain is one of the major drives for students to study in Canadian colleges as well as universities.

Health & Communities

The warm hearted Canadians maintain helpful communities for everyone who walks in; one of the major reasons for the United Nations ranking Canada as one of the best places to live in the world and you have all rights as a Canadian citizen would, even if you are an international student.

Possiblity of Immigration

Quite a few students who are happy with the comfortable lifestyle and the employment opportunities consider staying back making Canada their home and apply for a permanent residency after completing their education.

Education Scenario to Study in Canada

Very recently the government of Canada in association with their International Education Strategy announced that they have a goal to double the total number of full-time international students. They also intend to retain this skill by providing more opportunities for students to work while studying and remain in the country as permanent residents after graduating as well.


The education system in Canada allows students to take up opportunities in colleges, universities, private career colleges and vocational and technical schools.

Top Universities in Canada

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A student would incur living as well as school/university fees which vary from other amounts including insurance, expenses for books, stationery, etc. Although the latter part would vary from student to student on the basis of the individual standard of living, the cost of tuition fees shall be fixed by the University on an annual amount basis. However, the cost per year of tuition fees is subject to change for a program every year and will be mentioned on the website of each university.

Tuition fees: As international students, the cost of education is higher than that of the local residents. Studying in Canada is more economical than most other international destinations. The costs will differ from university to university or college as well as the program. However, on average the following costs can be considered. Students take on an average 2-3 years average to get a return on the investment made for their education.

Canada might be one of the most coveted destinations for international students, but unfortunately studying here doesn’t come cheap. For those keen to study in Canada but in need of financial support, we’ve rounded up a selection of scholarships for international students, provided by the Canadian government, individual Canadian universities, and other organizations.

  • Undergraduates: Rs. 60-70 Lakhs

  • PG Diploma: Rs. 15-20 Lakhs

  • Master’s: Rs. 30-35 Lakhs

  • Ph.D.: fully funded by the state

Canadian Government Scholarships to Study in Canada

In addition to the scholarships that the universities shall provide, the student is open to applying for additional scholarships from other institutions as well. For example,


Canadian government scholarships and fellowships offered to international students undertaking postgraduate study within the natural and social sciences or health research


Canadian government scholarships for students from developing countries to undertake a master’s or doctoral-level research degree at a recognized Canadian university.


Various Canadian government scholarships, grants, and awards are available to outstanding students undertaking study in the natural sciences or engineering at an accredited Canadian university Funded by the NSERC.


Canadian government scholarships are available to doctoral students internationally, to study in Canada at a participating university.

For more information on Canadian government scholarships and for more external funding opportunities, visit the

Government of Canada’s scholarship homepage



Scholarships for international students undertaking animal research at the doctoral level at an accredited Canadian university in Québec or British Columbia.


The Trudeau Foundation offers a number of scholarships, fellowships, and mentorships to international students at the doctoral level undertaking study in Canada at selected institutions.


  • Humber College

  • Fanshawe College

  • Centennial College

  • College of North Caledonia

  • Fleming College


Students from Imperial have gone to study in Canada in a varied number of courses such as Management courses, Fine Art and Engineering. Our admits include the following universities and colleges the University of Waterloo, University of Toronto, Concordia University, Humber College, Centennial College, University of Ontario, etc.

Requirements to Study in Germany

All students must be fluent in English if they are applying to Canadian Institutes. International students need to reach the required level of English language competence. All students should take up the IELTS or TOEFL (iBT) exams


Every student must hold good academic credentials from the High School scores. Canadian Universities focus greatly on excellent academics.

Students looking to study specific courses must hold prerequisite mathematics or science prerequisites. Students must hold a minimum of 80% and more in the 10th standard as 12th standard scores may not be available for admit.


Students must hold IELTS of 6.0 band overall and a minimum of 5.5 in each band.


At least 15 years of education, makes them eligible for PgDiploma programs. For a Master's degree, a student must have completed 16 years of undergraduate education. A minimum Aggregate score of 60% and higher is needed. A good GRE score increases the chances of getting into the right university. For MBA, GMAT scores ranging from 600-700 for many Universities for Management Programs may be required.

Any work experience in the field will be helpful For MBA programs at some Universities students need to have work experience along with their Bachelor’s Degree

A 6.5 overall band in IELTS with no less than 6.0 in each or TOEFL 90 overall

Application Process

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