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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Can I return to India for some purpose?

This facility depends on the university you’re studying at. Some may allow or some may not. You can write a letter addressing the reason for leave. Moreover, you had to return to the country within 6 months. If anyone remains out of the country for more than six months, they would potentially lose their “Resident” status. Not only that, once you lose your resident status, you may lose your Medicare coverage too. And lastly, to re-establish one position, one has to continuously stay in the province for three months.

2. How to Study in Canada from India?

The SDS programme is the finest option for Indian individuals who want to study in Canada. Students from India or other Asian regions can register for a study visa in Canada through the SDS. It is a straightforward route and often gives additional benefits.

3. What are the processes to studying in Canada after finishing 12th?

If someone wants to start their study abroad adventure right after high school, Canada has many options. It has everything for everyone, irrespective of their educational or professional background. Moreover, you can check our Study in Canada article for more in-deep details.

4. How to study for free in Canada?

In Canada, there are no universities that guarantee free education like there are in Sweden or France, and even native (Canadian) students aren't given this benefit. Moreover, there are specific options for studying inexpensively or sometimes free by taking scholarships. For more information on scholarships, check our article on scholarships in Canada.

5. How does studying in Canada benefit international students?

There are endless benefits for international students. Learning in Canada is an excellent alternative for anybody concerned regarding safety. At the same time, it has low violence rates, good academic advantages, and colleges that focus on student protection and health. Moreover, Canada also holds its spot in the list of top safest countries.

6. What is the cost of studying in Canada?

If you are considering going overseas for academic purposes or for any other reason, your financial situation should be your first consideration. Pre-application fees, post-admission fees, living costs, and other charges all add to the cost of studying in Canada. Now is the time to start planning your budget; CLICK HERE to access a comprehensive cost chart with reliable estimations.

7. How much do Indian students in Canada earn?

Throughout the summer, students can work up to 40 hours per week, and throughout the academic year, they can work up to 20 hours per week. They may make between C$ 8 and C$ 10 per hour. Throughout co-op semesters, students are able to work full-time off university and earn between C$ 10 and C$ 15 per hour, equating to C$ 400 and C$ 1,000 each month.

8. How many Intakes are there in Canada?

There are three intakes in Canada throughout the year:
Winter Intake: January
Fall Intake: September
Spring Intake: May

9. Best Universities of Canada?

1. Algoma University
2. Yorkville University
3. Algonquin College
4. Centennial College
5. University of Regina
6. Humber College
7. Niagara College
8. Seneca College
9. University of Victoria
10. University of Windsor
11. University of Manitoba
12. Conestoga
13. Mohawk College

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