Study In Canada

Canada is one of the most popular destination for international students. More than 250,000 international students goes to study in Canada every year because of its high academic quality and affordable tuition fee

Cost of Studying in Canada

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Cost of Living in Canada for International Students

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Top Courses to Study in Canada

  • Computer Science & IT

  • Business & Finance

  • Core Engineering & Engineering Management

  • Physical & Earth Sciences and Renewable Energy

  • Agricultural Science & Forestry

  • Biosciences, Medicine & Healthcare

  • Media & Journalism

  • Mathematics, Statistics, Actuarial Science & Analytics

  • Psychology & Human Resources

  • Architecture

  • Hospitality

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Job Prospects In Canada

Canada welcomes international students from around the world and has provided various work opportunities to both, students and working professionals. There are enough opportunities for international students during and after completion of their studies. The country provides a safe, economically stable and multicultural society. The course curriculum in Canada is very industry oriented. Most of the graduates get employed in less than six months after finishing their studies in Canada. Employers need to attract and retain quality workers due to anticipated labor shortages in Canada. 
Some of the Jobs in high demand in Canada are:

  • Registered Nurse

  • Business Consultant

  • Physiotherapist

  • IT Professionals

  • Aircraft Pilot

  • Psychologist

  • Pharmacist

  • Veterinary Technician or Assistant

  • Dentist

  • Truck Driver

  • Welder

  • Aerospace Engineer

  • Technicians

  • Civil Engineers

Part Time Work Opportunity in Canada

As an international student in Canada, you can work along with your studies. On the Canadian student visa, you have the permission of working for 20 hours/week of a paid job.

The rate of pay is around $10 an hour, on average. For students, employment can be  both on-campus and off-campus. 

All colleges and universities advertise their on-campus part time opportunities on bulletin board.

As a student there are options to work in cafes, restaurants and coffee shops; retail stores like clothing or sports goods stores; lifeguard or swimming instructor at a college swimming pool or beach; bookstores, library etc. If you are multilingual, you can work as a translator. As Canada is a multicultural society, the services of a translator are widely required. Tutoring is another great part time work option for International Students in Canada.

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Interested to Study in Canada?