Basic Requirments for Canada
- The academic percentage should be above 55% in the last qualification
- IELTS (for all Certificate & Diploma program`s 6 Band & for Bachelor & Master Degree 6.5 band )
- Gap after studies are acceptable (need to provide justified reasons)
- Proposed Course should be in the lane to your previous studies
Study in Canada
According to a report, Indian holds the second position for a number of students that migrate every year to Canada for the educational purposes. And, according to a recent report released on 7th November 2014, 13,758 visas were issued to the Indian students this year. Not only from India, but thousands of people from all over the world migrate for gaining from its world-class education system.
These are not only students excited to study in Canada in fact, the Canadian government is also looking forward to doubling the number of students coming to get educated from Canada. To encourage the foreign students, in June 2014, Canada announced reformed regulations to strengthen Canada s reputation as a study destination and improve services to genuine students, while maintaining Canada’s international reputation for high-quality education
- Canada land mass is 9 970610 km2 (The worlds second largest country)
- Canada’s Population is 35.6 million (2011)
- Expected Life Expectancy: at Canada is 80.9 Years (2008)
- Immigration to Canada: 559,114 arrivals (2010)
- Ottawa is the Capital of Canada (located in Ontario)
- Canada has 10 provinces and 3 territories.
- The Canadian dollar is divided into 100 cents (like the American dollar)
- In Canada $1 and $2 are represented by coins. Nicknamed the 006Coonie
- Canada is a constitutional monarchy and a federal state with a democratic parliament
- The Parliament is in Ottawa and is comprised of the House of Commons (Lower House) and the Senate (The Upper House – whose members are appointed)
- There are currently 5 officially recognized parties in the House of Commons: The Liberals, Canadian Alliance, Bloc Quebecois, Progressive Conservatives and the New Democratic Party.
- Canada currently sits on the United Nations Security Council as a non-permanent representative.
- Canada is a member of many international organizations including NATO, OSCE, OAS, and APEC.
- It is also regarded as a relatively safe and peaceful place to live.
- Canada is a bilingual nation having both English as well as French as its official languages at the federal level.
Now if you think that Canada is a right place in terms of education, lifestyle and career-orientation and if you have planned to migrate to this country, it’s time to start your process for admission and study visa for Canada now with our study visa consultants