Why Canada

Australia is one of the most popular destinations for the international students from all over the
world. Home of many world ranking universities, relaxed friendly and welcoming diversified culture,
numerous opportunities to prosper, build career and live in one of the most liveable cities of the
world! The benefits of living in Australia is its unbeatable lifestyle, the standard of education and the
support that is provided to the students. “There’s nothing like Australia”

Growing Recognition

The high academic standards and rigorous quality checks in Canada mean that you receive a high quality training that opens doors for your future and will benefit your career for the long term. An internationally acknowledged Canadian graduation, diploma, or certificate is equal to the one acquired in the United States or the Commonwealth. Although you may have heard or experienced the friendly and open nature of Canadians, you might not have known that Canada is always one of the best placed places in the world to live at the United Nations.

Quality of life

Since 1994, according to the United Nations (UN) and the Economist Intelligence Unit, Canada has ranked as one of the top ten locations in the globe to reside. In the UN Enquiry, Canadian education, life expectancies (owing to universal health care) and low levels of crime and violence were particularly significant. Canada's results are high. Canada's biggest towns–Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal–are also known for their cleanliness and security as well as for their cultural operations and appealing lifestyles, which are world-class towns to reside in and work.


Living in Canada is very much affordable for the international students. Students can work 20 hours per week in a part time job during the semester. After graduation, obtaining temporary residency visa allows the student to remain in Canada to live, travel, study or work for the time being. The length of the stay will depend on the visa you obtain.

Visa requirements for students

  • To complete the form including a short questionnaire that details your interests, objectives and experiences in the discipline chosen
  • Two letters or names of recommendation and reference details preferably from someone who can knowingly comment on your passion and skills in the field to which you apply.
  • Copy of the passport
  • Academic Transcripts
  • English proficiency certification, IELTS, TOEFL.
  • A comprehensive financial plan covering the program of tuition payments and living expenses in your chosen program