Study in Canada introduction
Studying in Canada, the process of studying in Canada and immigration to Canada is the subject of this paper. What are the conditions for studying in Canada? Can studying in Canada lead to a residence and citizenship? Studying in this country is a matter of a variety of aspects, and we are trying to provide you with the essential points about it. Studying in Canada due to high quality of life and the level of education is a constant concern for applicants for studying abroad. In this article, we have been working to answer all your questions about studying in Canada. If you need more information, you can contact the experts of MIE consulting Agency and get free online advice. Also, if you have any questions about studying in Canada, you can ask your questions in the comments.
The topics that will be discussed in this article are as follows.
Study in Canada and general terms
Canada, as the second largest country in the world, with an area of 10 times the size of Iran and a population of about 35 million, is often considered by immigrants to study, work and live because of their proper cultural, welfare, health and educational background. Due to its proximity to the United States and the long frontier with the United States, Canada can also serve as a launch pad for enthusiasts entering the United States. Canada is one of the countries with nearly 190,000 international students due to the high level of host training. Students studying in Canada, studying in an environment of at least 100 different nationalities, have the opportunity to study in an international space for them. Studying in Canada is possible in both English and French, and the benefits of studying in this country are the opportunity given to a person after graduation to find a job in that country.
|languages||French and English|
Study in Canada and Canadian schools
Canada is one of the best countries for education of the children. Its high quality of education and schools makes it one of the greatest countries for parents to send their child for study. Canada has lots of private and international schools that help international students to reach their academic goals and earn best degrees in high rank universities in the world. Education in Canada starts from 6 to 18. Education in Canada is compulsory until the age of 16, and it is compulsory to study in some of the provinces such as Ontario, Manitoba and New Brunswick until the age of 18. In Canada, in addition to schools, there are also institutes for post-secondary education that include colleges and professional technical institutes. Studying in Canada at international schools is private and replacing the public education system. Private and international schools, like public schools, are also under the control of provincial governments, but they are more open to educational approaches to education. The reasons for studying in Canada at elementary and secondary level and the choice of Canada to study children in international schools are unique features of these schools. Features of Canadian International Schools include:
- High quality training
- High ranking of these schools.
- Different programs
- Learn multiple languages simultaneously
- Programs that help students reach their dreams
- Small and active classrooms
- The boarding schools and the existence of very modern dormitories with all the facilities
Before choosing a school to study in Canada, the point that parents should pay attention to is that the school chosen is listed in the list of schools approved by Canada for admission to international students and you need to know only if you have an admission from One of the approved schools will be able to obtain a student visa. For this reason, it is suggested that you consult with experts at the MIE Consulting Agency specializing in this area to ensure that Canada is successful in obtaining a student visa. We can even help you to have a professional consultation with our official Immigration consultant in Canada- Vancouver.
But it should be noted that education of the child will not lead to parent’s Permanent residence. One of the parents can stay with the child as accompanying family member but there is no work permit for parent.
Study in Canada at the undergraduate level
Studying in Canada at the undergraduate level is another great opportunity for applicants to study abroad. Due to the high degree of diversity and the variety of students studying in this country, they can apply for a bachelor’s degree to study in Canada, based on their interest in the requirements of the universities. Studying in Canada at the undergraduate level is offered at 3 and 4 years depending on different fields such as engineering, law, basic science courses for entering medical courses. During courses, students are allowed to work part-time students 10 to 20 hours a week, earning 17 to 20 dollars per hour. Studying in Canada for undergraduate studies is possible for international students at various universities and colleges, and each of these has its own unique admission requirements. The general terms of admission to undergraduate studies are as follows:
- Age conditions are generally below 21 years old
- Providing a 12-year diploma equivalent to Canada’s Diploma
- Language proficiency (IELTS 6)
MIE consulting Agency can help students to attend English courses before start of the program and learn English in Canada.
Studying in Canada for a Master’s Degree
Studying in Canada for graduate degree is very important because of the diversity of the fields, the length of study, the relatively reasonable cost, and the proper context for post-graduate study and employment. Studying in Canada is recognized as an undergraduate postgraduate degree. Master’s programs are offered in the branches of MFA Art, MSc, MENG Engineering, Executive MBA, and the duration of the course of study varies depending on the type and type of the course from 18 months to two years. Upon completion of the course with the thesis, which is an important part and in fact the credibility of the course, studying at this stage Ends. Studying in Canada for undergraduate studies requires international students. These terms include:
12-year diploma, Transcripts, Bachelor’s Degree
Language certificate with a score of 6.5 and in some universities IELTS score 7
Courses in Canada usually begin in September, but there are some colleges or universities that have more intakes in a year and students can attend those courses. Students in master degree can have 20 hour a week work permit.
Some graduates from bachelor won’t attend 2-year master degrees and they choose to study for postgraduate certificates which they are equivalent to master degree and those are mostly 1-2-year-old courses that focus on work and prepare student for employment.
Cost of study master in Canada starts from 10.000 CAD to 45.000 CAD per year. Usually college tuition fees are less than universities.
Study in Canada at PhD level
Education in Canada has been a long-standing focus in Ph.D., and the number of PhD students has increased by 30% from previous years. PhD studies allow you to work with leading faculty members and use extraordinary opportunities to pursue your field of study. The duration of doctoral studies from a minimum of 3 years up to a maximum of 6 years depending on the type of research is full-time and varies. Studying in Canada is a competitive discipline, and the applicant at this stage provides a very strong resume, including academic qualifications, high Language proficiency, ISI research and articles, and all that is encouraged by a supervisor to accept the student. Make The steps to take PhDs are as follows:
Find a research project and apply for admission
Find a supervisor
|Key points on study phd in Canada|
|oldest university||laval university|
|course duration||3-6 years|
|tuition fees||20.000 CAD$|
|intakes||September – April|
Studying in Canada and immigration to Canada through education
Canada as one of the best countries to live in is host of lots of students each year. As student in Canada you have the same rights as a Canadian. Study and working in Canada requires knowledge of English or French language. In Canada there are lots of camp trips that can be good for learning of students. Also, there are different short courses in variety of fields that can lead to work and residence permit. Post graduate work permit in Canada lets students to stay in Canada after graduation and work in Canada. Some courses in Canada lets students to work while study. These courses will help students to manage their finances and reduce their costs. We can help students to get admission on co-op courses that include job with education. Co-op courses helps student to get familiar with workshops and how to work in Canada. Co-op courses is in the fields that are on demand on job market. For example, tourism management, IT section, Interior design and … other fields. MIE consulting Agency is the first legal institution in middle east that can introduce co-op courses for students and help them get admission for them in Canada and even some other countries. Usually students who finish their studies want to get permanent residence and citizenship after that. For this purpose students have some different methods of getting permanent residence:
- Canadian experienced candidate
- Federal skilled worker
- Provincial nomination program
Study in Canada and its benefits
There are many reasons why to study in Canada but we can mention some of the most important reasons:
Study in Canada and family reunification
Family is an important thing and students who are married always worry about reunification of their spouse and children with them while studying. Canada lets students to bring their family with them with student visa and have their family beside them while studying. one of the conditions of W1 visa (open work permit) is if a student is studying in Canada his/her spouse can apply for this visa. this is one of the most important benefits of studying in Canada that can help students to finance their living costs because they can work and study together. children with family reunification visa can study for free in Canadian schools. so unlike some countries like Spain , Cyprus , Czech republic and … the family reunification in Canada is possible and spouse can get work permit.
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