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Requirements vary based on institutions and selected courses. Students must meet the minimum English language requirement and a minimum academic record of 65% in humanities or 70-80% for STEM courses.

If you are looking for higher education or immigration Canada is one of the best as it has one of the most highly demanded education system in the world and it is an immigrant country which welcomes thousands of immigrants every year. Canada is a country with good economy and job opportunities and every year, thousands of students from other countries achieve their educational goals in Canada. Compared to other English speaking countries the Tuition fees offered is very less and they offer Inbuilt Internship(Co.op) with most of the programs, which are usually paid ones providing easy employment and settlement opportunities for students. Student Direct Stream (SDS) is an administrative framework implemented in partnership between the Canadian visa offices in India and Colleges and Institutes Canada. It is an arrangement between selected Canadian educational institutions and Canadian High Commission in India to provide quick and easy study visa for the prospective students of participating institutions in Canada.

Intake & Entry Requirements

Requirements vary based on institutions and selected courses. Students must meet the minimum English language requirement and a minimum academic record of 65% in humanities or 70-80% for STEM courses.

How To Apply?

Transcripts & degrees certificates

English proficiency score card

Copy of valid
passport

Statement of personal statement

CV and any work experience

References

  • COST OF STUDY
  • UNIVERSITIES & COURSES

Tuition and cost of living will vary in America depending on what city and course of study you choose.

Typical price range for American institutions:

Undergrad: US$15,000-$45,000/year

Post-Grad/Master’s: US$20,000-$50,000/year

Doctoral: US$20,000-$45,000/year

(Please note private institutions are more expensive than public schools so costs can vary)

Cost of living and accommodation can vary greatly depending on the city, but average cost of on-campus housing is usually between $5,000-$8,000/year and $6,000-$15,000/year for an off-campus apartment.

Rights to work & financial aid

International students are allowed to work part-time while studying in America; however it must be through on-campus employment. For more assistance there are also lots of scholarships and grants available to international students, get in touch with us for more info!

After graduating, there are more options to live and work including a 1-3 year stay back (see Post-Study Work Visa for more detailed information).

There are over 5,000 academic institutions in The US. But no need to get overwhelmed! We can help you find the right one to suit your individual needs and wants. We take into account the size of the school, academic programs available, cost, location as well as the lifestyle you want to create for yourself on and off campus.

Some American universities to check out:

  • ECPI University
  • University of North Texas
  • New Jersey Institute of Technology
  • University of Nebraska–Lincoln
  • Seattle pacific university
  • University of Maryland, Baltimore County
  • Duquesne University
  • University of Nebraska–Lincoln
  • Paul Smith’s College
  • Community colleges of Spokane
  • University of California, Riverside-Extension
  • University of Charleston
  • Montana State University Billings
  • I Global University
  • Concordia University
  • Columbus State Universities
  • Duke University
  • Stevens Institute of Technology
  • University of Missouri-St. Louis
  • Bay Atlantic University
  • Baylor University
  • DePaul University
  • University of Hartford
  • James Madison University
  • Lipscomb University
  • Long Island University
  • Texas A&M University
  • Western Washington University

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