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Study In Canada

Canada Student Visa under SDS & Non SDS

What is SDS?

The Student Direct Stream (SDS), which is introduced in June 08th, 2018, provides a streamlined study application process for international students who are willing to enter into their program of study at an eligible post-secondary Designated Learning Institute. Earlier we had SPP program which has almost 47 educational institution including only colleges in the list. Whereas new SDS system has increased the numbers of DLI (Approx. 780+) which has colleges as well as universities too in it.

Canada Student Visa under Regular Stream (Non-SDS)

The students who do not meet the eligibility criteria of SDS process, they can apply for study permit under regular stream.

Eligibility for SDS

  • 50% or equivalent in 12th standard (Higher Secondary Studies)
  • 55% or equivalent in Bachelors (Post-Secondary studies)
  • A qualifying IELTS score of 6.0 bands in each skills and overall 6.0 bands

Eligibility for Regular Stream

  • 50% or equivalent in 12th standard (Higher Secondary Studies)
  • 50% or equivalent in Bachelors (Post-Secondary studies)
  • A qualifying IELTS score of 5.5 bands in Maximum 2 Skills

Why SDS?

  • Faster Visa Process (with no extra cost). The processing time will be 45 days or less
  • Least documentation
  • No need to show bank balance, IT returns, property or any other related documents

Visa process and documentation under Regular Stream

  • Visa under regular stream will be processed within the current 60 days service standard.
  • Applicant need to show Bank Balance, IT returns, property documents or related documents for further assessment

Why Study In Canada?

Every year more than two hundred thousand International students troop into Canada. This is because studying in Canada is an exciting and rewarding experience for many students from around the world. Canadian education reputation is based on quality and are recognized for excellence across the entire education sector and employers of labour all over the world. Over 90 percent of Canada’s University and College graduates are employed in their field of study within six months after graduation and 93 percent of employers are satisfied with the graduates.  Whether you want to just study in Canada for fun or you want to seriously chase a professional qualification in your academic field of study in the country, there are enough Universities and Colleges in Canada to support your findings. There are graduate programs in Canada, Masters programs in Canada, Undergraduate programs in Canada, College programs in Canada, Business Schools in Canada, Law Schools in Canada, Medical Schools in Canada, Foundation Schools in Canada, Post-Secondary Schools in Canada, Colleges in Canada etc.

Education System in Canada

Education in Canada is generally divided into primary education, Followed by secondary education and Post-Secondary. It encompasses both publicly-funded and private school, Secondary school, summer camp, university and university college. Education is compulsory up to the age of sixteen in every province In Canada, Except for Ontario & New Brunswick, Where the compulsory age is eighteen. In general, Canadian children attend kindergarten for one or two years at the of four or five on a voluntary basis. All children being grade one at about six years of age. The school year normally runs from September though the following June but in some instances, January intake dates are possible. Secondary school go up to grades 11 or 12, Depending on the province. From there, students may attend university, College or Cegep Studies.

Graduates Admission Requirements

Graduate requirements depend on the type of institution student chooses. This is usually in form of prerequisites and assessments guiding the processes involved in a certain university to offer an academic Master’s degree or further studies, which varies in different ways depending on if the student is a foreigner or a permanent resident. Below you can find the general graduate requirements for most institutions In Canada.

A completed application form 

  • Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended
  • Official documentation confirming professional designations, where applicable
  • letters of academic reference attesting to readiness for graduate studies; For those without recent academic experience,
  • letters from employers attesting to level of experience and analytical writing skills will be acceptable
  • A detailed chronological resume clearly outlining educational achievements, work experience and progression, and other related experience
  • A Letter of Intent (LOI) that clearly explains why the applicant is applying and outlines the student’s academic intentions. Applicants who completed undergraduate studies outside Canada must also submit
  • Documentation confirming their degree was awarded, if not already indicated on official transcripts
  • A credential evaluation from a recognized service confirming equivalency if the applicant submits a credential from an unrecognized institution or if additional analysis is required by the Admissions Committee
  • Proof of English language proficiency.

Canada General Counseling Sheet

  1. 1

    Type of Courses

    • Certificate Course
    • Diploma
    • Advance Diploma
    • Undergraduate Programs
    • Postgraduate Programs
    • MBA

  2. 2


    • Certificate Course
      1 – 1.5 years
    • Diploma
      2 years
    • Advanced Diploma
      3 Years
    • Under graduate Degree
      4 Year
    • Postgraduate Programs
      01 year to 1.5 years
    • MBA
      1.5 – 2 years

  3. 3
    Tuition Fees

    Approximate Tuition Fees

    • Certificate Course-
      CAN$ 12,000 – 15,000 for the course
    • Diploma-
      CAN$ 14,000 – 16,000 per annum
    • Advanced Diploma-
      CAN$ 14,000 – 16,000 per annum
    • Under graduate Degree-
      CAN$ 20,000 – 25,0000 per annum
    • Postgraduate Programs-
      Approx. 12000 CAD$ to 15000 CAD$
    • MBA-
      Approx CAN$ 30,000 for the course

  4. 4
    Living Expenses

    Estimated Living Expenses

    CAN$8,000 per annum

  5. 5

    September & January are major intakes. May is another intake with comparatively lesser options than previous both intakes.

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