November 9, 2017

How to Apply

INTAKE :
International students are expected to start planning for their studies in Canada 1 year in advance. The major intake for Canada primarily is ‘Fall’ i.e. September. The other intake is in the month of ‘Winter’ i.e. January, but it depends on the students program and the institution that he/she is applying to. Very few institutes might have the May intake as well.

GRADE POINT AVERAGE (GPA) :
The average grade achieved by a student during the course of an educational program, is calculated on various scales depending on the Institution. (eg: Generally the student may be evaluated an a 4-point scale or a 9 point scale)

ELIGIBILITY :

Higher Second Class in HSC
IELTS / TOEFL (ibt)sss

First Class in HSC
IELTS / TOEFL (ibt)

Higher Second Class in HSC
IELTS / TOEFL (ibt)

First Class in Bachelors Degree (4 years only)
IELTS / TOEFL (ibt) (OR)
First Class in Bachelors Degree (3 years in India)
Post Graduate Certificate or Diploma (Canadian)
IELTS / TOEFL (ibt)

Level of Studies Requirements
Advanced Diploma / Diploma / Certificate:

Bachelors Degree:

Post Graduate Certificate / Diploma:

Masters Degree:

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT :
All students must be fluent in English if they are applying to Canadian Institutes. International students need to reach the required level of English language competence. All students should take up the IELTS or TOEFL (ibt) exams. An IELTS band of 6.0/6.5 for Undergraduate & 6.5/7 for Postgraduate courses or a TOEFL score of 80 and above for Undergraduate and 90 and above for Post Graduate courses is desirable.
CO-OPERATIVE WORK PERMIT :

Co-op is a work term provided as part and parcel of the course curriculum. It provides an excellent opportunity to students to gain first hand practical experience related to the field of specialization. Students can gain on-the-job experience while continuing to Study. Co-op provides full time opportunities that last for 12 to 17 weeks.

Co-Operative work programmes, combine courses in many subjects with relevant work, giving students on invaluable head start with their careers. This assists International students in connecting with the Canadian job market and developing a network with the Canadian companies.

WORK DURING STUDIES :
International students are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week on campus for the first 6 months and thereafter can work off-campus up to 20 hours per week. They can earn approximately C$ 6 – C$ 10 per hour. Students can work full – time off campus during co-op terms, amounting between C$ 400 to C$ 1,000 per month.