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Everything you need to know to study in Canada

Canada offers international students an academic experience that is very hard to beat. Academic excellence, affordability, work opportunities during and post-study, pathway to permanent residence, and a safe living environment are just some of the reasons why Canada is ranked amongst the top ten destinations for students looking to study abroad.

Students applying to Canadian post-secondary institutions are generally assessed based on their past academic performance, as well as their English language skills. Some programs also require supplementary information from the student, such as a resume, to further assess a student’s suitability for the program before making their admission decision.

Successful completion of secondary school is a requirement for admission into an undergraduate program in Canada. In the Canadian context, this means that a student must have completed Grade 12 or equivalent to gain admission.
A three or four year Bachelor’s Degree is required, on the other hand, for admission into postgraduate degree programs. Regular and advanced diplomas are sufficient for admission into a postgraduate diploma or certificate program. Some institutions may accept work experience asa substitute for the required degree if the student has extenuating circumstances.

Other Requirements

All Canadian institutions accept English Language Testing System(IELTS) and Test of English as aForeign Language (TOEFL) scores as proof of language proficiency.Some Canadian post-secondary institutions may also accept test scores from other accredited language assessment institutes.
Language test score requirements vary by program and institution, and sometimes by the home country of the student applicant. Some institutions only look at the overalls cores, while others have cut-offs for scores in each of the four skills sections. Typically, students need IELTS scores of 6.5 (7 for some postgraduate programs) or TOEFL(iBT) scores between 70.0 and 90.0for admission consideration.

In Canada, admissions are typically offered for entry in fall (September),winter (January), and summer(May). September is considered the official start of the school year and that’s when the biggest intake occurs. Many programs are only available for admission in the fall.
Private colleges and vocational schools often have new classes starting every one to two months.As a result, students can apply to begin their education at any point in the year.
Application deadlines vary by institution, as well as by programs.

General application deadlines are outlined below by country, click to explore. We strongly recommend checking the school’s website for the most accurate deadline information.