Why Canada?

According to recent Canadian immigration information, Canada has 34 ethnic groups at present. Canada remains one of the countries with the highest per capita immigration rate in the world. Every year, more than 100,000 students come to study in Canada and get enrolled in different courses. Foreign students have brought a rich culture to Canadian institutes. Your skills are always welcome in the Canadian schools.

Education :

There are hundreds of community colleges and universities to choose from in Canada. These colleges offer a wide variety of courses that suit the needs of Indian students. Average fee of any Canadian institute is around $15,000 for a year. Three main intakes in Canadian colleges and universities are September, January and May. The minimum IELTS requirement for Academic courses is 6.0 bands.

The Students Partner Program (SPP) launched by the Canadian government is a huge success in India. This program allows students to study in Canada without much paperwork, as students don’t have to show any financial documents except loan sanction letter from a nationalized bank. Average fee of a college participating in SPP is around $15000 per year. Students can choose from diploma, advanced diploma and post graduate diploma courses and many more.

Renowned SPP Colleges in Canada

  • Centennial College, Toronto
  • Seneca College, Markham
  • Durham College, Oshawa
  • Cambrian College, Brampton
  • Mohawk College, Hamilton
  • Humber College, Toronto
  • Sheridan College, Oakville
  • Confederation College
  • SIAST, Saskatchewan
  • St.Clair College, Windsor

Visa Procedure & Requirements for SPP & Non SPP

  • All previous Notarized Educational Documents + photocopies of Passport
  • Pay Consulting charges (Including IELTS coaching + Admission + Visa Procedure)
  • IELTS 6.0 Bands (Diploma) or IELTS 6.5 (Post Graduate Diploma)

  • Through SPP
  • 1st Term fee in advance (after secured admission + IELTS)
  • Evidence of deposit of $10,000 to obtain a GIC (Guaranteed Investment Certificate) to cover living expenses in Canada, where you will get $2000 every 2 months after reaching Canada

  • Through Non SPP
  • 1st Term fee in advance (after secured admission + IELTS)
  • Loan Sanction Letter of minimum 8 Lac. From Nationalize Bank.
  • Form 16 for salaried employees or income tax return document
  • Reference letter from the individual(s) providing you financial assistance for your program.

  • Appear for Medical Examination (one week before visa submission)
  • Pay Visa fee with necessory documents to consulate (at the time of visa submission)