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Canada – Golden Leaf

Why Study In Canada?

When anybody mentions Canada what comes to your mind? Is study in Canada or it the merciless winters, the hockey-loving Canadians, or the maple syrup it is renowned for? 

Well, you might have heard that Canadians ride polar bears to work and apologize all the time, but it is also one of the best countries in the world when it comes to education.

Apart from the fact that Canada is the second-largest country in the world, it also becoming a hugely popular destination for international students, thanks to its reputed and affordable educational system, immigration options, and employment opportunities for international students.

Well known for its natural resources, diverse culture, welcoming people, and a high standard of living, Canada is one of the leading destinations in the world for international students.

A large portion of Nepalese students that are aspiring to study in a foreign country prefers choosing Canada as their destination. So if you are planning to study in Canada then stick around till the end to find out everything an international student from Nepal should know, but first here are some quick facts about Canada.

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Eligibility Criteria to study in Canada

Here’s a harsh reality. You can’t just hop on a bike and ride into Canada. International students must meet some criteria before applying for Student Visa.

  • Students must have completed 12 years of secondary education with good scores for a bachelor’s degree or undergraduate degree admissions. (If you are applying for a Master’s in Canada then you must have at least 16 years of schooling).
  • Standardized tests like SATS and ACTs are not compulsory but some universities might ask for them.
  • GRE is mandatory for most institutions if you are intending to study for Masters’s in Canada.

What makes the Canadian Learning System effective?

The courses are very organized and consist of lecture classes, followed by workshops and group projects. This makes it very easy for a student to follow with the teacher. Also, the class sizes are small and the atmosphere in Canadian University classes is friendly and open.

Teachers are only there to help students. They assist the students to become leaders and learners and encourage them to communicate effectively. 

List of Necessary Documents for Canadian Visa
  • Visa Application Form
  • Passport
  • Passport size photos
  • Acceptance Letter issued by SDS Educational Institute in Canada
  • Result of the English Proficiency Test (IELTS, PTE)
  • Academic documents
  • Medical reports
  • Guaranteed Investment Certificate