Canada study visa process


Canada is a country in the northern part of North America with a population of around 36.2 million, covering 9.98 million square kilometers and is highly urbanized with 82 percent people concentrated in large and medium sized cities. Its capital is Ottawa, and its largest metropolitan areas are Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.

Study in Canada

As a prospective student for Canada, there are some facts and figures you need to know before making up your mind to study in Canada or any other country.  Firstly, Canada’s high academic standards are well appreciated and it has a rigorous quality benchmarked. This means you land up having a secured career after studying in Canada. Canadian degree/diploma’s are recognized globally and is equivalent to the qualification obtained in Commonwealth countries or United States. The cost of education in Canada is comparatively lesser than other countries and hence it is often preferred by students aspiring to study abroad.

The education system in Canada

The Canadian education system consists of private as well as government schools and colleges which include community colleges, institutes, language schools, universities and career colleges. There are majorly eight types of programs available for International students from various countries:-

  • Diploma
  • Advance Diploma
  • Bachelors
  • Post-Graduate Diploma
  • Associate degrees
  • University Transfer
  • Master Degree Doctorate Programs

The duration of the program may vary from 1to4 years depend on the program selected.

There are mainly 6 types of schools in Canada i.e.

  • Universities
  • University Colleges
  • Technical Institutes & Colleges
  • Career Colleges
  • Secondary Schools
  • Language Schools

Most of these programs are designed as per the industry standards and demand in the employment.

Employment Opportunities

  • You can work max up to 20 hours per week during your session is on and full time during your vacation in the campus. Per hour wages are approx $8 to $10+.
  • You can work for 3 years after your Canadian higher education completion.
  • You must apply for PGWPP i.e. Post Graduate Work Permit Program after your graduation. You also get a chance to apply for PR after work permit.

Visa Process for Study in Canada

  • Counseling by our counselor
  • Choosing the college/ university
  • Required test result for the admission.
  • Admission confirmation from University/college/Institute.
  • Proof of investment of the fees for the course chosen of the college/university.
  • Gather all documents, medical certificate, financials, Passport and test result.
  • File Visa application through us.
  • Student has to go to Nearest VFS global office to submit visa file. At VFS office student have to pay visa fees-CAD 150 with financial documents: Student has to show fees payment receipt from University/College and GIC as a financial means. Student can show ITR as well. Medical Certificate: It is required from consular approved Panel Physicians for Canada.

Our Services

  • Admission
  • Application
  • Visa Process
  • Post landing
  • Air Tickets
  • Air Insurance
  • Accommodation

Tuition Fees

The tuition fees different for different colleges/university, it may range anywhere between $5000 to $30000 per annum.
Eduflame ensures your admission process and offers you specific course as per your aptitude and choice. We study your academic background and accordingly suggest you the course to be taken.

Living expense

It purely depends on the location of your study and also whether you prefer to stay in or off campus.
If you choose to live off campus you will likely pay around $600 a month to rent a room and at least $1,800 a month to rent an apartment.