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Currently home to more than 600,000 international students, Canada has evolved into one of the world’s top education destinations for students aspiring for quality education abroad.

A degree/diploma acquired from a Canadian institution is recognized globally and is valued highly in the international job market. Despite all this, the tuition fees in Canadian institutions are among the lowest in the English speaking world.

Students can choose anything from one-year certificate programs, through to two and three-year diploma programs – and more than 200 full degree programs which don’t only offer the key credentials but also valuable practical experience.

Important Facts about Canada as a study destination 

  • World-Class Education System

Aspiring students from around the world are drawn to Canada for its diversity, prestigious education system, and cosmopolitan cities. Canada is amongst the most popular study abroad destinations offering a wide-range of degree programs in numerous fields and disciplines.

  • Tuition Fee

Even the tuition fee varies from every college and university; it is generally more affordable when compared to other countries around the world and on an average the annual fee ranges between 14000-16000 Canadian dollars approximately.

  • Part Time & Post-study Work Permit

Work while studying in Canada is one of the major advantages of choosing Canada as your study abroad destination.  The students are permitted to work along with the studies on a part-time basis. International Students are allowed to work 20 hours off-campus every week and can earn around CAD 12-14 per hour on an average.

After completing their graduation from Canada, International students can also become eligible to obtain Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP). This allows them to gain valuable work experience and become eligible to apply for Canadian permanent Residency under a variety of federal and provincial immigration programs.

  • Jobs and Employment

There is a great scope for students pursuing their studies in Canada in various fields especially Engineering, Management, Tourism, Hospitality, Science, Nursing & Health, Community, Mass Communication, Architecture, Aircraft Maintenance among others. Canada needs skilled worker in all these programs and the employment opportunities are immense with great salaries and perks.

Reasons Why International Students Choose Canada

  • High quality of education
  • Opportunities to work during and after their studies
  • Over 100 economic immigration options to get permanent residence in Canada after completing studies
  • Opportunities to study in English and/or French
  • Multicultural Society
  • Affordable Fee structure as compared to other study abroad destinations

How to Study in Canada

The following are the steps you need to take if you wish to study in Canada

STEP 1: Select a Program

WWICS’ Study experts will help you choose the right academic program at the right institution based on your qualification, skills and needs.

STEP 2: Apply to a Canadian Designated Learning Institution (DLI)

After choosing the right education program that you want to apply for, our experts will help you prepare and submit your application for a letter of acceptance to the right Canadian institution.

STEP 3: Apply For a Study Permit

After obtaining a letter of acceptance, WWICS will help you collect the necessary documentation and submit an application for a study permit to the Government of Canada.

 How WWICS help international students fulfill their dream of studying & settling in Canada!!

WWICS helps students achieve their aspirations of pursuing higher education in accredited institutions of Canada.

Our team of Overseas Education Specialists always makes sure that the best service is provided to students at each and every step of their study visa journey. We provide expert guidance and information on courses and academic institutions that best suit students’ requirements.


  • University and Programme Selection
  • Admission
  • Scholarship Advice
  • Visa Guidance and Submission
  • Pre Departure Briefing
  • Post Arrival Guidance

Moreover, after completion of your studies, WWICS can also help you to have a smooth transition to permanent residence.

Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) is an open work permit.