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Canada has been ranked as one of the best countries to live in because of the quality of life it provides. Students prefer this destination not only because of the quality of life it provides but also because of the affordable and top universities that are located in Canada. 


With the new government rules in Canada emerging, the working hours for part time have been increased which has made it easier for students to manage their expenses. Not only is the country safe and peaceful but it also provides excellent academic and research opportunities to international students.



The universities in Canada offer three intakes and each one is referred to as semesters. The three intakes are – 

  1. Fall intake: The first semester which lasts from September-December, this is the primary intake for the country.
  2. Winter intake: The second semester which lasts from January-April, this is for students who fail to fill in the fall intake.
  3. Summer Intake: The third semester which lasts from May-August, the university options in this intake are way too limited.



Canada has become one of the destinations that Indian students are considering to study in but at the same time it is expensive for few. So, to solve this problem there are several university and government specific scholarships that are available to help students achieve their dream of studying in Canada. The following is the list of scholarships available for students - 

  • York University International Student Scholarship Program 
  • Scholarships at the University of British Columbia for International Students 
  • Calgary International Entrance Scholarships 
  • Winnipeg President’s Scholarships for World Leaders
  • Government of Canada International Scholarships Program
  • Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships
  • Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Doctoral scholarships
  • University of Manitoba Graduate Fellowships
  • University of Calgary Graduate Awards
  • University of Waterloo Master’s Awards of Excellence



  1. Recommendation Letters
  2. Statement of Purpose
  3. Work Experience letters
  4. Passport
  5. English Language Tests – A common requirement for all universities in Canada is that the applicant must have given any of the following tests and based on those results will the applicant be selected -
  • PTE
  1. Transcripts
  2. CV/Resumé
  3. Portfolio