Canada is the preferred destination for vocational studies rather than degree courses as the former seem to provide more employment opportunities. Study in Canada for Indian Students
Minimum academic record of 65% and above for humanities stream in class XII, and 70 – 80% and above for Science/Commerce stream in class XII will also be required.
The major intake season for the top courses in Canada is September, while the minor intake season is January, which is meant for a fairly small number of courses.
You should start your admission process around six months before the application deadline. Typically most universities have three deadlines, from October to January. Visa application procedure should be complete by June or July for the September intake. The average GMAT score accepted across universities is 640. Average GRE score is 155 for Verbal, 167 for Quantitative and 5.0 for Writing.
- University of Toronto
- University of British Columbia
- University of Alberta
- Simon Fraser University
- McGill University
- University of Waterloo
- University of Calgary
Most Opted Courses are:
- Pharmaceutical sciences
- Petroleum Engineering
Start early and by August, shortlist 8-12 universities that you will apply to. Visit university websites and note application requirements, deadlines.
- September to October
Apply before the deadline.
- November to April
Don’t delay replying to college e-mails.
Appear for personal/video interviews. These are scheduled around January to March.
Once you get acceptance letters, make your decision as soon as possible, notify the universities of your decision.
- May to July
Apply for student visa in time.
Apply for student loan and scholarships
- July to August
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