The large and diverse Canada is one of the leading choices of a large number of students when it comes to overseas education. The education standards in Canada have set quality benchmarks, yet the cost of living and tuition fee is comparatively less than USA.
Canada is one of the top ten places to live in the world as per the United Nations (UN) and the Economist Intelligence Unit. It is peaceful and safe. Students can have a great time on campus and off campus while exploring different parts of the country and indulging in various recreational activities.
The immigration policies in Canada are quite liberal; this is one of the main reasons that students choose Canada as their destination country to pursue higher education. The most popular cities like Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal are home to a large number of international students. These world class cities are known for their modern infrastructure, cleanliness, lifestyle, and amiable vibe.
The Student Partners Program (SPP) is an administrative framework designed and implemented in partnership between the Canadian visa offices in India and Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC).
Indian Students who wish to participate in the program should have an offer from one of the participating colleges under SPP and subsequent course.
Please note besides the SPP colleges there are many other Canadian Colleges and Universities which welcome students from India and all over the world.
Under SPP - Student Partners Program open to Indian nationals, students do not apply to the SPP; they apply to a participating college and may be considered under the program if they meet specific criteria.
Application submission under the SPP is at the discretion of each participating college.
Persons who have previously been refused any Canadian study permit application are not eligible to apply under SPP.
|Diploma,Graduate Certificates & Graduate Diplomas at SPP Colleges||CAD$ 11,000 - CAD$ 17,000,per year|
|Undergraduate –,SPP & Universities||CAD$ 16,000 - CAD$,24,000 per year|
|Postgraduate||CAD$ 18,000 - CAD$,27,000 per year|
Living in Canada is a happy and pleasant experience. The people are warm and amiable, and the society is open and welcoming. International students will not face any problems in Canada. It is safe and peaceful, so students can easily adapt to the new ways of life.
Most universities have a body looking into the needs of international students. This ensures that they are safe and have no issues in coping with the culture and life in general in a new country. Students have the option of choosing on-campus accommodation or off-campus accommodation that the university arranges for.
Canada is a beautiful country and there is a lot to do. Students should try and explore new places and visit at least the popular tourist attractions to make their stay in Canada all the more memorable. Moving to Canada for higher education will help you greatly in shaping your future and taking a giant step in the direction of success.
Canadian universities are renowned the world over. The university campuses are highly advanced and very well equipped. Overall development of students is the primary focus, thus, due importance to co-curricular activities is given. The education system is reckoned worldwide. Research is one of the strongest elements of Canadian education system. Students are allowed to work part time for a fixed number of hours for extra income. Canada also offers great medical facilities. The peaceful and stable environment is another benefit of studying in Canada.
There are various scholarship and sponsorship programs under the Canadian education system. Universities both government and private, consider funding the education of deserving and meritorious students in the best possible way. Getting a Canadian degree would give your career that much needed boost. It is highly reputable and is well regarded across the globe in business, government, and academic circles.
The cost of living and tuition fee in Canada is much lesser than any other American or British university. But at the same time, the education standards are high, so students get the benefit of overseas education at a lower price.
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