Why Study in

Canada’s universities maintain high standards of academic excellence and are consistently recognized in top international rankings.

Canadian tuition fees are some of the lowest in English-speaking countries.

The country’s universities boast links to more than 5,000 global collaboration agreements. Combined with Canada’s focus on industry-specific applied research, it’s no surprise that more than 90% of Canadian alums are employed less than six months after graduation.

High academic rankings and a reputation for friendliness is great, but it’s hard to beat eight consistent years of top rankings by the United Nation as one of the world’s best places to live.

Canada is at the international forefront of computer and information technology, particularly in telecommunications, medical devices, aerospace engineering, lasers, biotechnology, ocean and environmental, and several others.

Through its innovative SchoolNet program, Canada was the world’s first country to connect its schools and libraries to the internet.

Emplyment Prospects

Part-Time pay : Varies I Can you work? : Yes

What kind of work can you do ?

There are various part-time jobs available in all the sectors across hospitality/catering to call centres to banking and finance and etc. With few exceptions, it is very unlikely that you will find a part-time job related to your course of study.

How many hours can you work ?

20 hours per week during studies; 40 hours per week during vacations.

Do you need prior approval when you work ?


About Tax ?

If you are an international student studying in Canada, you may have to file a Canadian income tax return. You must determine your residency status to know how you will be taxed in Canada by following the given link:

Full Time

To work in Canada after you graduate, you must apply for a work permit under the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP).

The PGWPP allows students who have graduated from a participating Canadian post-secondary institution to gain valuable Canadian work experience. Skilled Canadian work experience gained through the PGWPP helps graduates qualify for permanent residence in Canada through Express Entry.

A work permit under the PGWPP may be issued for the length of the study program, up to a maximum of three years. A post-graduation work permit cannot be valid for longer than the student’s study program, and the study program must be a minimum of eight months in length. For example, if you graduate from a four-year degree program, you could be eligible for a three-year work permit if you meet the criteria. If you graduate from an eight-month certificate program, you would be eligible for a work permit that is valid for no more than eight months.

How to find a job?

​Choice of Province– In case you start looking for a province that is not well populated or where the development is yet to happen in a big way, you can get job faster. Some examples of such places are suburbs areas in Calgary or suburbs of Ontario

Hiring Services of Placement Consultant– Some Professionals are doing good work. Starting from helping you make a good resume that projects you in a good light before employer, to arranging interviews with various employers, these agencies can expedite your job hunt

Making a Killer Resume– Making a great resume helps. Make a good resume that helps you showcase your skills better

Get registered on Various Job Portals– There are some very good portals as Monster, Canada Jobs etc which have latest listing of good job offers. Get listed over there, stay active and respond to various opening

Networking– Nothing works better than networking. Share your plans with all your friends and other circles there that you are reaching there. Most Jobs get filled up by networking only

Some Job searching sites are given below.

Average Salary?

Undergraduate: C$ 30,000 – C$ 40, 000 per annum

Postgraduate: C$ 50,000 – C$ 70, 000 per annum

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