What is the Quebec study visa process?

Other than the common requirements of a Canadian study visa you will need your CAQ from Immigration Quebec to obtain a Study visa from Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Then with all the documents, you can apply for a Canada student visa online.

How many IELTS bands are required for a Canada study visa?

The requirement for IELTS for a Canada student visa demands the international Student to have at least 5.5 bands in each of the four IELTS sections with an overall minimum score of 6.0 bands and above for undergraduate and diploma programs.

 Can I get a Canada study visa without IELTS?

According to Canada's new visa regulations, there will be no obstacle in the student visa process even if you don’t have IELTS scores. As per the latest rules, if you are able to achieve admission in Canada without IELTS you will be eligible for a study visa without submitting IELTS scores.

How much can a student earn in Canada while studying?

International students have the right to work up to 20 hours per week while studying in Canada and 40 hours per week during their semester breaks. They can earn around C$ 8 - C$ 10 per hour. Students coming from other countries to Canada can work full-time off campus during co-op terms and can earn around C$ 10 - C$ 15 each hour which is equal to C$ 400 to C$ 1,000 per month.

 How to get PR in Canada after a 2-year study?

You will have the right to apply for a post-graduate work permit only after you have completed 2 years of studying in Canada. With the help of a post-graduate work permit, international students can gain work experience in Canada which will help them to qualify for PR in Canada through the Canadian Experience Class (under the Express Entry system). As an international student, you need to ensure that you have spent the required time in Canada.

How much gap is acceptable for study in Canada after the 12th?

The study gap is accepted by many universities in Canada, which is one of the biggest advantages. Universities in Canada are flexible with the study gaps of international students, you just need to show a valid reason for the gap. According to the rules of the universities, a study gap of 2 years is acceptable for students to study in Canada after 12th for the undergraduate courses

How much funds are required to study in Canada?

Generally, if you will be studying outside of the Quebec region, you will have to present a fund of around CAD 10,000. For the Quebec region, you may require up to CAD 11,000. This fund is for your living expenses for the first year of your stay in Canada. If they are accompanied by any family members, you will need to add to this amount. CAD 4,000 for the first person and CAD 3,000 for each subsequent family member.

Is GRE required to study in Canada?

To study in Canada, GRE is required for master's level admission, and some universities and programs may demand a high score in the GRE too. This test helps universities or colleges to evaluate the ability of students for higher advanced education in Canada.

How Many intakes are in Canada?

As mentioned above, there are three intakes in Canada. Fall, Winter and Summer start in September, January and May respectively.

What is the Primary Intake of all the Canada Intakes?

As mentioned above, there are three intakes in Canada. Fall, Winter and Summer start in September, January and May respectively.

What is the Primary Intake of all the Canada Intakes?

September Intakes in Canada is the Primary Intake.

Winter Intake in Canada means which months?

Winter Intake starts in January for Canadian Universities.

How much will cost to study in Canada?

The cost of studying largely depends on the factors like courses, Universities and the location one decides to study in Canada. The general requirement for the GIC is 10000 CAD, and then there are tuition fees to be paid. The cost of studying and living varies a lot on the student’s social life and lifestyle choices. Here is more: Cost of Study in Canada

How much percentage is required to study in Canada?

There is no rule for the minimum percentage requirement for Canada, however, 60% or more always helps.

How to study in Canada with a scholarship?

There are a number of Scholarships available to study in Canada for domestic as well as international students. You can check Scholarships to study in Canada and check if you are eligible for one or not. The scholarships can be applied online for in Canada.

 How much study gap is acceptable in Canada?

Usually, study gaps create problems for students acquiring a study permit in Canada. If the gap is justified, individual exemptions can be made. Some of them include a break for studies, preparations for the entrance exam or internships. The best option for the gap years is to have a significant experience in the related field of study.

Why study in Canada for international students?

 The real question is, why not? From inexpensive studies to quality education and liberal visa rules, there are a number of reasons to choose Canada for students coming from all over the world.

What is the Canada study visa process?

Here is the online study visa application for Canada:


  • Apply at the university in Canada and get your acceptance letter.
  • Prepare all required documents
  • English Language requirements.
  • Start your application for a Canadian student visa.
  • Appointment for Biometrics (Fingerprints and photograph) and interview (If Needed).


Do I need a study permit to study in Canada?

International students will need a study permit to study in any academic, professional, or vocational courses which have a duration of 6 months at a designated learning institution (DLI) in Canada. If your course or program’s duration in Canada is only 6 months or less, you don’t require any study permit.

How to get PR in Canada after 1-year study?

There are some provinces in Canada that provide the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) which gives you the right to apply for a PR permit after the completion of one year of study in Canada. Till that you can work within the campus and off-campus after 6-month full-time study. The provinces are Manitoba, British Columbia, Newfoundland, Ontario and Labrador.

 Can a PR holder study in Canada?

The holders of Permanent residence have the right to get education for free up to 18 years of age in any public school system of Canada. But when it comes to higher education, tuition fees charged for permanent residents in Canada are less compared to students coming from other countries.

Is my spouse/dependent allowed to work in Canada?

If your spouse or any other dependent wants to work while you study in Canada, they must apply for their own work permit. The spouse or partner of the international student can apply to get an open work permit. The holders of this permit will have the right to work in Canada and do not require any Labour Market Opinion or job offer. Your Spouse Permit will have validity for the same period as your student is in Canada.

Who can sponsor me to study in Canada?

You can be sponsored to study in Canada by your spouse or common-law or conjugal partner, parents or any Canadian citizen. You can only be sponsored by relatives such as a sister, brother, aunt or uncle only in specific conditions.

What are the Types of Intakes in Canada?

The Intakes are not categorised as such, however, the Fall or September Intake is the Primary Intake where all the universities offer all their courses. The Winter Intake is a secondary intake where students who have missed the fall intake can apply for a large number of courses.

Spring Intake means which month?

Spring/Summer Intake starts in May for Canadian Universities.

How to study in Canada without IELTS?

Many students have this question. As we have mentioned before, SDS and visa rules might ask for the IELTS scores from the student. There are, however, some universities in Canada that offer alternatives to IELTS as admission criteria. 

Where to study in Canada for international students?

There are more than 25 universities in Canada that rank among the top universities in the world. Talking about the student cities, Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver are some of the favourites for international students. Here is all you need to know: Top Student Cities and Universities to Study in Canada.

Can I get a work permit after studying in Canada?

Yes, you can get a work permit after studying in Canada. You have 180 days after you get your results to apply for a post-graduation work permit (PGWP). The validity of  PGWP depends on the length of your study program. If your program has been completed within 8 months then you are not eligible for a work permit. For more information click: Stay back and Work permit after study in Canada.

How to Study in Canada from Bangladesh?

For Bangladeshi students, the SDS program is the best way to get a study permit in Canada. SDS is a fast-tracked process for Asian countries that enables students from Bangladesh, India, China, Vietnam and the Philippines to apply for a study permit in Canada. The minimum requirements here are 6.0 bands in each module of IELTS and 6.5 overall, along with a CAD 10000 GIC. Read More here: SDS Canada for Bangladesh Students.

How to Study in Canada for Free?

Unfortunately, you cannot. Unlike Germany and Norway, the universities in Canada will have the fees for tuition along with other charges from the universities as usual. However, as we mentioned, the fees are quite low compared to the neighbouring USA, and other English-speaking countries.