Ranked as the Number one Country.
For the past 9 consecutive years, a United Nations survey has found Canada to be the best place in the world to live. The survey conducted every year, evaluates quality of life in 174 countries, using over 200 performance indicators. Canada earns particularly high marks for its access to education, high life expectancy and low crime rates.
Where to study in Canada is a great question, which is why Canadians place great importance on learning and Canadians have developed one of the world's finest education system. Canada has traditionally been a country of immigrants and has a policy of encouraging multicultural diversity. It is known to be a peaceful and safe country. Universities in Canada offer world class education. 8 Canadian universities are ranked in top 200 of the Times Higher Education Supplement Rankings.
Canada is currently ranked 4th on the United Nations Human Development Index, an annual survey that uses a number of factors (life expectancy, literacy, education, standard of living, and GDP per capita) to determine quality of life. It also includes abundance of fresh water, comfortable population density, low incidence of violent crime and a health care system that is a model for the world.
Canada also has the highest ranking cities in North America for living according to the Mercer Human Resource Consulting Worldwide Quality of Living Survey 2007. This ranking is based on two important criteria of safety and stability. Five Canadian cities ranked within the Top 25 cities in North America include Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Calgary.
All public and private recognized and authorized post-secondary institutions in Canada have been given the authority to grant academic credentials by their provincial or territorial governments, through charters or legislation that ensures or enables mechanisms for institutional and program quality. At the provincial and national levels, Canadian professional-regulatory bodies (for example, in the fields of nursing, architecture, and engineering) participate in the establishment and review of postsecondary curriculum standards. Accreditation reviews are conducted through analysis of reports and on-site visits.
There are a number of organizations in Canada that promote quality and the use of high academic standards in post-secondary programs such as the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC), the Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC) and the Association of Accrediting Agencies of Canada (AAAC). Higher education degrees from Canada are accepted and respected worldwide.
By studying in Canada, you can receive a high quality education in a friendly and welcoming environment for a reasonable cost.
Below are few steps of process of getting a Student Visa for Canada:
You must first obtain a letter of acceptance (offer letter) from a recognized education provider. You must acquire this before you apply for a study visa. You will find around 42 SPP colleges/universities in Canada offering a wide range of courses and great facilities. The best way to find a right education provider is to conduct research on the best colleges/universities in Canada offering relevant courses and shortlist a few of them. Afterwards, browse the website of shortlisted colleges and decide with one that you find suitable in terms of education quality, ranking, course structure, course fee and other facilities for international students.
Then complete the application to the institution of your choice. While applying for admission, you need to submit a few documents, including proof of your previous academic qualifications, passport copy, and proof of your English language ability. Wait until your offer letter is received.
After accepting your offer from your education provider, you must pay the tuition fee as mentioned in the offer letter. This payment is made by International Wire Transfer. Once the institutions have received and processed your tuition fee payment, they will issue you with receipt. This receipt will be needed to lodge your visa application.
It is mandatory for the students to purchase of a special Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) from a participating Nova Scotia bank for the amount of $10,200 CAD accommodating the first year living expenses. First $200 is paid as administrative charges of Nova Scotia Bank. Student gets $2000 immediately after arriving at Canada. Next $8000 is given to the students in 12 equal installments as living expenses for every month. It is a nonredeemable investment.
Now you will need to undertake a medical examination by one of the doctors approved by the Canadian Government. You will find a list of the approved panel by visiting:
(http://www.cic.gc.ca/pp-md/pp-list.aspx) You will be provided with a receipt for the medicals, which you will need to submit at the time of lodging you visa application. The medical report will automatically be transferred to the visa office.
To lodge your visa application you will need to provide the documents as per SPP Checklist. We will assist you doing so.
You will get to know about the outcome of your application for student visa for Canada once you receive your passport.
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