Why Study in Canada

Canada becoming the most favorite destination for international students in fact Canada Government itself welcome international students with structured career plans to settle down them through post study work permit (PSWP) followed by variety of programs to file permanent residency (PR) independently. Ultimately, at one point every one getting PR by just following the provincial/ federal immigration rules and regulations.

Study in Canada

Express Immigration Services committed to provide best study and career plan to student after senior secondary school and college whose want higher study in Canada. Our expert counseling screen student's interest and based on the obtained grade they make best strategy so they can not only become a professional in future. Our guidelines and support not limited but includes fining best school, encourage student to opt best career option in Canada, get enrolled in top school/ college/ university, post landing support in Canada etc.

Benefits of studying in Canada

  • Government designed an excellent and grade #1 education system in the world
  • Produce dynamic personalities by providing quality education
  • Canadian college diplomas/ degrees are recognized worldwide
  • Guaranteed career building, safe and stable country
  • Providing top-notched healthcare system
  • Affordable international educational fee and low living cost
  • 20 Hours/ weekly work permit helps to meet living cost and student quickly adapt in the working environment.
  • Top ranked as multicultural nation in the world. Regardless of ethnic origin, students feel at home in our diverse communities and campuses
  • Education in Canada is provided, funded and overseen by provincial, and local governments
  • Education constitutionally provincial responsibility and rigorously guarded International education/student recruitment increasing priority Provincial policy approach mainly “holistic” but with strong international student recruitment emphasis
  • According to the United Nations, Canada offers one of the highest standards for quality of life in the world

About Canada

Canada is a federation of ten provinces & three territorie It is a multicultural country and is considered to be a safe, clean and peaceful country Canada has been ranked as one of best place to live on the globe according to the United Nations and is the second largest country in world after Russia Canada is a geographically vast country and offers diverse cultures within its borders Major Regions/ Cities.

Canada’s capital is Ottawa, but the largest city in Canada is Toronto (ON, Canada), following by Montréal & Quebec City (QC, Canada) and then Vancouver (BC, Canada). Other major cities in Canada are: Victoria (BC, Canada), Abbotsford, BC, Edmonton (AB, Canada), Calgary (AB, Canada) and Winnipeg (MB, Canada), Charlottetown, PEI, Halifax, NS. The Largest province in Canada is Quebec. However the largest population is in Ontario with capital city of Toronto whose population is almost half of the population in Ontario.

10 Provinces (States)

Alberta: ED Stelmach
British Columbia: Gordon Campbell
Saskatchewan: Brad Wall
Manitoba: Gary Doer
Ontario: Dalton McGuinty
Quebec: Jean Charest
New Brunswick: Shawn Graham
Nova Scotia: Rodney McDonald
Prince Edward Island: Robert Ghiz
Newfoundland & Labrador: Danny Williams
Types of Canadian Institutions: K-12- Schools, Universities, University Colleges, Community Colleges, Career College, Language schools
Universities Features: 3- and 4-year degrees, Master’s, PhDs, Professional Research intensive Fixed Admission requirements One to Two intakes primarily-Sept/Jan Over 90 Universities in Canada
University College Features: Offers University degrees as well as college diplomas and certificate programs. They may also offer combined degree diploma programs and university transfer programs. Their strong student support services, small classes and strong campus environment distinguish University Colleges.
Community Colleges Features: Diploma Certificate, Applied Degree programs, university transfer College, Institute of Technology, Cégep 135 throughout Canada Very engaged internationally Programs industry driven, hands on Since they prepare a student to be job ready many Indian students are attracted to applying to Community Colleges in Canada.
Career College Features: Short-term, specialized training Focus on popular subject areas Almost all are private Business, Technology, Service Industries, Arts Across Canada
Cooperative Education Features: Earn While You Learn Co-op students are allowed work for the designated terms Institutions help you obtain employment authorization to work
Admission Timings: INTAKE University / Community Colleges September/ January January is an on demand intake for popular courses
Private College: Jan / April / May / Sept Part time work during studies Students are allowed to work part time 20 hours per week on campus/ off campus and full time during holidays while studying the course. In Canada, minimum wages varies in different provinces. Under the Constitution of Canada, the responsibility for enacting and enforcing labour law including minimum wages in Canada rests with the ten provinces. Minimum wages varies between 8 – 10.25 cd$ per hour depending upon the province.

Work Permit opportunities after studies

A Post-Graduation Work Permit cannot be valid longer than the length of time you studied in Canada. For example, students graduating from a four-year degree program might be eligible for a three-year year work permit. Students graduating from an eight-month certificate program would only be eligible for a work permit of eight months.

English Requirement

Diploma and Bachelor degrees: IELTS 6.0/ 6.5 band with no band less than 5.5/ 6.0 band
Graduate Diploma and Postgraduate Diploma: 6.0/ 6.5 band
Masters degrees: 6.5 band with no band less than 6.0

Fee Structure and Expenditure vs. Income Yearly Tuition Fee Average CAD $10K-$13K
Average Living (Rent + Grocery) cost CAD $8K-$11K Student Work Permit 20 Hours/ Weekly
Average earning CAD $14K-$17K Job Scenario
Current policy allows students to to work 20 hrs per week while study time and 40 hrs per week while breaks