Study , work, migrate in
What are the requirements?
Canada Candidate must:
Letter of Acceptance (Pay your first year of tuition fees upfront)
At least a k12 graduate / 2nd year college
IELTS of 6.0 with individual modules no less than 6.0
Candidate/ Sponsor must have Proof of Financial Capacity ($10,000 CAD per year ) and additional $10,000.00 for each dependent
Further details on requirements are discussed on the free orientation
Earn while you study
work up to 20 hours a week while in class
work on- or off-campus
work full-time during scheduled breaks such as reading weeks and breaks between semesters.
Brock University - 1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way, St. Catharines, ON L2S 3A1, Canada
• Trent University - 1600 W Bank Dr, Peterborough, ON K9J 0G2, Canada
• University of Prince Edward Island - 550 University Ave, Charlottetown, PE C1A 4P3, Canada
• Acadia University - 15 University Ave, Wolfville, NS B4P 2R6, Canada
After graduation, international students who studied within two years are eligible to apply for up to a three-year post-graduate work permit. This allows you to gain Canadian work experience. Students must have a valid study permit and apply within 90 days of graduation.
After one year of work experience, they are eligible to apply for Permanent Residency.
Tuition Fee Overview
Diploma: approximately $13,500 to $14,500
Degree: approximately $16,500 to $18,500
Graduate certificate: approximately $16,500 to $20,000
Some programs also have specific fees.
Accomodation and other cost
The cost of private rentals is generally between $650 and $800 per room per month (meals not included)
$550 to $650 per room per month in other campus communities. In addition, students must pay $100 to $150 for utilities.
Books, English for Academic Purposes: $250 to $350 (per seven-week semester)
Books, postsecondary programs: $50 to $200 (per textbook)
Groceries: $300 to $400 (monthly estimate)
Cell phone: $20 to $80 (per month)