Study in Canada

Canada is a country in the northern part of North America. Its ten provinces and three territories extend from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean, covering 9.98 million square kilometres, making it the world's second-largest country by total area.

Despite Canada's great size, it is one of the world's most sparsely populated countries. This fact, coupled with the grandeur of the landscape, has been central to the sense of Canadian national identity.

Although Canadians are comparatively few in number, however, they have crafted what many observers consider to be a model multicultural society, welcoming immigrant populations from every other continent. In addition, Canada harbours and exports a wealth of natural resources and intellectual capital equaled by few other countries.

Post-secondary education in Canada is provided by universities (research universities, undergraduate universities, and university colleges) and vocational institutions (vocational colleges, career colleges, community colleges, institutes of technology or science, colleges of applied arts or applied technology, and in Quebec, colléges d'enseignement général et professional).

Universities offer bachelor's, master's, professional, and doctoral degrees as well as post-graduate certificates and diplomas while vocational institutions issue diplomas, associate degrees, certificates, and apprenticeships. Vocational institutions offer career focused training that is often practical where these institutions train their graduates to work as semi-professionals in various fields such as the skilled trades and technical careers and for workers in support roles in professions such as engineering, information technology, accountancy, business administration, health care, architecture, and law .University colleges and vocational institutions also offer degree programs where a student can take courses and receive credit that can be transferred to a university.

Intakes

The biggest intake is September and additionally many post-secondary institutes also have January intake.

Student Direct Stream

The Student Direct Stream (SDS) is an expedited study permit processing program for those who are applying to study in Canada at a post-secondary designated learning institution (DLI). The usual processing time for the study permit is 20 working days .

Colleges our Students have been Admitted to:

Provinces in Canada

British Columbia

British Columbia is the country's most western province. Bordered by the Pacific Ocean, B.C., as it is more commonly known, has some of the most temperate locations in the country. With coastal islands and a mountainous interior, B.C.'s diverse geography draws adventure seekers from around the world including skiers, kayakers, and mountain bikers.

University Faculty Program Student Letter
Year 2021
The University of British Columbia ----- ----- Sehtej Pal Singh Khehra View Letter
The University of British Columbia ----- ----- Sakshay Gandhi View Letter
University of Canada West Business Master of Business Administration Kiranpreet Kaur View Letter
Simon Fraser University Science ----- Anhadpreet Singh View Letter
The University of British Columbia Science B.sc Computer Engineering Alakhdeep Sandhu View Letter
Fairleigh Dickinson University Business B.S in Business Administration Sanjampreet Kaur View Letter
Kwantlen Polytechnic University Business Faculty of Business Accounting Sanjampreet Kaur View Letter
Year 2020
The University of British Columbia Science Bachelors of Science Anav Chug View Letter
The University of British Columbia Science Bachelors of Science Gurpreet Kaur View Letter
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University of Canada West MBA Master of Business Administration Harsimar Satija View Letter
University of Northern British Columbia ------ ------ Shubhreet Kaur View Letter
Simon Fraser University Science Bachelors of Science Swastik Sharma View Letter

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Ontario

Ontario is Canada's most populous province, by a long shot. It is also home to the federal capital of Ottawa and the unofficial financial capital of Toronto. The majority of Ontario residents live in the southern part of the province near Toronto, along with Ottawa, Niagara Falls, and Niagara-on-the-Lake.

University Faculty Program Student Letter
    Year 2021    
University of Toronto Science Arts & Science Aryan Langeh View Letter
Ryerson University Science Bachelor of Science (Honours) - Computer Science Romanshu Bedi View Letter
University of Waterloo Mathematics Honours Mathematics, Co-op Parinay Kapoor View Letter
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Western University Science ----- Parinay Kapoor View Letter
Seneca College ----- Law Clerk Bhavya Sharma View Letter
York University ----- Master of Marketing Mili Mehta View Letter
Huron University Science Social Science Aparajita Vaid View Letter
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Western University ----- Mgmt & Organizational Studies Saskhay Gandhi View Letter
York University Liberal Arts Commerce Saskhay Gandhi View Letter & Scholarship
Ryerson University Science Bachelors of Computer Science Shikhar Arora View Letter
Carleton University Science Bachelors of Computer Science Shikhar Arora View Letter
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Brock University ----- Bachelors of Business Administration Amarpreet Singh View Letter
Lambton College ----- Recreation Therapy Diya Mohan View Letter
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Ryerson University Engineering B.E. - Aerospace Engineering Akashpreet Singh View Letter
University of Ottawa Engineering Hons. BSc with Major in CS (Co-op) Anav Chug View Letter
University of Waterloo ------ Mathematics, Honours, Co-operative Program Anav Chug View Letter
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St. Claire College ------ International Business Management Anureet Randhawa View Letter
Ontario Tech University Science BSc(Hons),CS - Comprehensive Eaknoor Singh View Letter
Queen's University ------ Master of International Business Harsimar Satija View Letter
University of Windsor Engineering Mechanical Engineering Akashpreet Singh View Letter
Lakehead University ----- Honous Bachelors of Kinesiology Harleen Kaur View Letter
University of Toronto Science Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics Gurveer Singh Sohal View Letter
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Alberta

Alberta is one of Canada's three prairie provinces. It shares the Canadian Rocky Mountain range with its western B.C. neighbor and is therefore famous as a ski and hiking destination. Alberta is the primary supply and service hub for Canada's crude oil industry, Athabasca oil sands, and other northern resource industries.

University Faculty Program Student Letter
Year 2021
University of Calgary Science Bachelors of Science in Natural Sciences Anhadpreet Singh View Letter
University of Calgary Science Bachelors of Science in Computer Science Humbledeep Singh View Letter
University of Alberta Engineering Bachelors of Science in Engineering Humbledeep Singh View Letter
University of Calgary Science Bachelors in Computer Science Parinay Kapoor View Letter
Year 2020
University of Alberta Engineering Bachelors of Science in Engineering Akashpreet Singh View Letter
University of Alberta Science Bachelors of Science with Speacialization Gurmehar Singh View Letter
University of Alberta Arts Bachelors of Arts Prerna Talwar View Letter
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University of Calgary Science Bachelors of Science Angadpal Singh Hundal View Letter
University of Calgary Science Bachelors of Science Swastik Sharma View Letter
University of Calgary Science Bachelors of Science Vanshraj Singh Chawla View Letter

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Quebec

Quebec is the second most populous Canadian province and known primarily for its French-speaking population, culture, and heritage. Quebec City retains its old colonial core, Place Royale, and historic harbor, Vieux Port, now known for nightlife.

University Faculty Program Student Letter
Year 2021
McGill University ----- ----- Sakshay Gandhi View Scholarship
McGill University Engineering Bachelor of Software Engineering Romanshu Bedi View Letter
McGill University Science BSc. Physical, Earth, Math & Sci Sakshay Gandhi View Letter
Year 2020
McGill University Arts Bachelors of Arts Lakshay Sethi View Letter

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Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan is the middle prairie province, landlocked between the other two, Alberta and Manitoba. The majority of Saskatchewan's population live in the southern half of the province, especially in Saskatoon and Regina. The province's major industry is agriculture, followed by mining, oil, and natural gas production.

University Faculty Program Student Letter
Year 2021
University of Saskatchewan Arts & Science Bachelors of Arts & Science Suchetanbir Singh Bhangu View Letter
University of Saskatchewan Arts & Science Bachelors of Arts & Science Yajat Sharma View Letter
University of Saskatchewan ----- ----- Angadpal Singh Hundal View Letter
University of Saskatchewan Science Bachelors of Arts & Science Aryan Arora View Letter
University of Regina Science Bachelors in Computer Science Humbledeep Singh View Letter
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University of Saskatchewan Science Bachelors of Science (International) Angadpal Singh Hundal View Letter
University of Saskatchewan ----- Bachelors of Commerce (International) Lakshay Sethi View Letter

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Newfoundland and Labrador

The most easterly province in Canada, Newfoundland, and Labrador sits on the Atlantic and is made up of the island of Newfoundland and the mainland Labrador (hence the name). Its major city is St. John's (provincial capital), and the province is best known for the friendliness of the residents, Gros Morne National Park (known for soaring glacial fjords), icebergs, and whale watching.

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Memorial University Science Bachelors of Science Angadpal Singh Hundal View Letter

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Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia is a province in eastern Canada. With a population of 923,598 as of 2016, it is the most populous of Canada's three Maritime provinces and four Atlantic provinces. It is the country's second-most densely populated province and second-smallest province by area, both after neighbouring Prince Edward Island.

University Faculty Program Student Letter
Year 2021
Saint Mary's University Commerce Bachelors of Commerce Ishuraj Vaid View Letter
Cape Breton University Arts Bachelors of Arts Shivansh Om Parkash View Letter
Year 2020
Dalhousie University Science Bachelors of Science Gursimar Singh Miglani View Letter & Scholarship
Saint Mary's University Science Bachelors of Science Gurmehar Singh View Letter
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New Brunswick

New Brunswick offers a distinct lifestyle, beautiful natural scenery, friendly people, a safe and secure environment and an appreciation of the skills and experiences of newcomers. With our affordable lifestyle, universal government-funded health care and easy access to eastern Canada’s urban centres, New Brunswick is fast becoming a destination of choice for international learners.

University Faculty Program Student Letter
Year 2021
Mount Allison University Science Bachelors of Arts Aparajita Vaid View Letter and Scholarship

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Manitoba

Manitoba is a Canadian province bordered by Ontario to the east and Saskatchewan to the west. Manitoba is an ideal location for students looking for a safe, affordable and dynamic study abroad experience. The quality of education at every level is of the highest standard.

University Faculty Program Student Letter
Year 2021
University of Manitoba Science Bachelors in Engineering Humbledeep Singh View Letter

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