Study in Canada

Placing graduates into the selective colleges and universities of their choice

Helping students find the best programs, and assisting with all stages of their university preparations.

Study in Canada Education Counselors will help you find the best undergraduate and graduate program and assist you with your application.
Applying to a school (college or university) is stressful in any context, but can be especially complicated when applying to a school in a foreign country whose standards and customs you might not be familiar with. Each school has their own admission requirements and select which students to accept.

Study in Canada makes the application process a more relaxed, comfortable, and exciting process. We provide support as required throughout the entire application process.
With an array of academic choices and destinations, universities, colleges and courses offered worldwide, making the right decision can be difficult.

Study in Canada has large network of reputed universities and colleges worldwide. We represent schools in Canada. Our relationship with universities boosts the chances of our students’ admissions into the universities because we know what the institutions need for a good and complete application. Institutions are pleased to work with Study in Canada as they are assured that the application and documents are all prepared correctly.

The process seems simple but there are several queries and formalities that need to be adhered to.

We provide step by step guidance for the complete study abroad university application process that includes the following key stages thus maximizing your chances of getting admission in the institution of your choice.

If you prefer to study in Canada –at university, college, high school or language school– and need help for the application process, Study in Canada Consultants are ready to help your application to the best schools in Canada.


Canadian universities are consistently ranked among the top universities internationally.


Colleges tend to be more directly career-oriented than universities. This means they offer practical or hands-on training.


Canada is a bilingual country and welcomes international students looking to study English and French.


Summer is a great time to explore Canadian culture. We offer a full line up of summer camps in Canada.



The best place to study, the best place to live.

Canada offers a safe, welcoming environment for international students to pursue their studies and explore their dreams.

Why Study in Canada

Canada, located in the northern part of North America, is the second largest country in the world. Canada is a developed country and has the 15th highest nominal per capita income globally as well as the 10th highest ranking in the Human Development Index. It ranks among the highest in international measurements of quality of life, education, government transparency, civil liberties, and economic freedom.

According to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Canada is one of the most educated countries on earth; Canada ranks 1st worldwide in the number of adults having higher education, over half its residents have at least an undergraduate college or university degree.

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World Class Education

Canadian universities are known for their high quality and excellence in academic standards and are consistently ranked among the top universities internationally.

High academic standards

Canadian credential is globally recognized

Affordable fees

Generally lower than the USA, the UK, and Australia

Multicultural country

Over 100 languages spoken

If you want to study abroad, Canada would be one of the best destination to get an education. We have put together a list of our top seven reasons you should consider before studying abroad in Canada.

7 Reason to Study in Canada

Canada is recognized internationally for its quality education system. According to QS University World Rankings, there are currently three universities in Canada that rank in the top 50 worldwide. Also, Canada ranked the best country for education in 2017, citing factors of university excellence and a highly developed education system for the top spot.

The tuition fees and the cost of living for international students are generally lower than the USA, the UK, and Australia. Therefore, Canada is one of the most preferred destinations for international students to study at colleges, universities and language schools.

International students in Canada are eligible to work on-campus or off-campus up to 20 hours per week without a work permit if the student:

  • has a valid study permit
  • is a full-time student at a designated learning institution
  • have started studying
  • are in a program that leads to a degree, diploma or certificate and is at least six months long and
  • have a Social Insurance Number

Work as a co-op or intern student

Some programs include work experience as part of their curriculum. International students may apply for a co-op or intern work permit if:

  • the student has a valid study permit,
  • the student has a letter from his/her school that confirms all students in their program need to complete work placements to get their degree
  • your co-op or internship is 50 percent or less of the total program of study.

If an international student graduated from a designated learning institution and wants to stay in Canada temporarily while working, he/she may be eligible to apply for a post-graduation work permit (PGWP) up to three years.

United Nations regularly ranks Canada in the top 10 countries in the world in its Quality of Life Index. Combining excellent schools, a tolerant and safe culture, an innovative economy, and extraordinary beauty, Canada is one of the best places to study for international students.

Canada is one of the safest countries in the world. According to the 2017 Global Peace Index (GPI), which was published by the Institute for Economics and Peace, Canada is the eighth safest out of 163 countries. 23 different parameters were used to rank countries to determine how peaceful they are. Some of the factors are homicide rates, violent crimes, the impact of terrorism and deaths from internal conflicts.

International students are expected to leave Canada once the student has completed his/her study unless the student applies for Permanent Resident or a work permit. There are several permanent resident categories that an international student can apply, including the Canadian Experience Class, the Federal Skilled Worker Program, and the Provincial Nominee Program.

Canadian Citizenship

In order to apply for Canadian citizenship you must:

  • Be over 18 years of age
  • Provide proof that you know how to speak and write in 1 of Canada’s official languages (either English or French)
  • Be a Permanent Resident (PR)
  • Have lived in Canada as a PR for at least 3 years out of the 5 years before you apply
  • Have filed your taxes for at least 3 years during the last 5 years and any income tax you may owe must be paid

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