How to study and live in Canada?

How to study and live in Canada?

Studying abroad and settling in Canada is always a hot topic, attracting many students and interested parents. Canada is a country with beautiful natural landscapes, a friendly living and working environment, and an extremely developed economy. This country of maple leaves has one of the best education systems in the world, with an immigration policy that is more affordable than other countries, including Australia, the USA, New Zealand, etc.

Is it difficult to study and live in Canada?

Studying and living in Canada is the dream of many students. However, not everyone understands the necessary requirements if an international student wants to study here. Studying and living in Canada will not be difficult if the candidates meet the following requirements. Let’s join Le Immigration Group to find out what those requirements are!

Du học và định cư tại Canada có khó không?

There are requirements for international students if they want to immigrate to Canada.

Conditions for studying abroad.

If you want to come to a certain country to study abroad, the first thing is to successfully get a visa. You need to carefully prepare a completed set of documents to apply for a visa. Remember, cheating in the application process is not only rejected by the board, but can also lead to a visa ban for many years.

In addition, it should be noted that the conditions for immigrating to Canada under the study abroad program will be different from time to time, which will depend on the number of submitted applications for visas. If there are too many people applying for a Canadian Visa, the processing may take up to 2 – 3 months. If the visa is delayed later than the admission time announced by the school, you should actively contact the school administrator to inform them of the application status, and apply for an extension of the admission date. In addition, do not be passive in waiting for the results of your visa application; you also need to contact the Canadian Embassy to ask about your application status. 

If you find it too difficult to prepare documents and or wait for the visa result, you can also go through a number of reputable Canadian immigration consulting offices to be assisted in all these stages, and help you find out the easiest way to immigrate to Canada.

Meet the benchmarks

To be able to immigrate to Canada and study here, you need to prove that you have a good academic record, especially when you have to study in an international environment. In terms of studying in Canada, the academic Grade Point Average (GPA) – that is, the final grade point average over the years of study – is essential:

  • For high school: academic results in the last 2 years must be 6.0 or higher.
  • College level: GPA in the last 3 years is 6.0 or higher; for some compulsory subjects, specific points will be considered in subjects such as Mathematics, Physics, Foreign Languages, etc.
  • Undergraduate: GPA in the last 3 years is 6.5 or higher.
  • Master’s degree: Graduated from a university with an average grade or higher. Some schools will require 1-2 years of experience, some schools do not.

Above are the average score requirements for schools in Canada. However, there are schools and subjects in the top rankings that will require higher scores.

For some students who come to Canada to study in English, they will require TOEFL and IELTS certificates, specifically:

  • Secondary level: No English certificates are required.
  • College level: IELTS 6.0–6.5 or higher, TOEFL 71 or higher.
  • Undergraduate level: IELTS 6.5–7.0 or higher, TOEFL 79 or higher.
  • Master level: IELTS 6.5–7.0 or higher, TOEFL 79 or higher. Some schools will require more GMAT/GRE, experience, letters of recommendation, scientific research articles published in specialized journals, etc.

It can be seen that studying and settling in Canada is not too difficult, but it is not easy either. If you have fully and clearly mastered the necessary information for the conditions to study in Canada and make your own plan, the above conditions will be as easy as turning your hand.

5 Canadian states that have immigration policies.

As Canada is growing, the workforce is shrinking. Therefore, the government has introduced many immigration policies in Canada and the states for international students after completing the course.

Studying and living in Canada’s Manitoba

The state of Manitoba is considered a peaceful land, but the economy and culture here have developed the most stable. As one of the provinces with affordable living costs, Manitoba allows international students to live and study here for 6 months or more with free health insurance. In addition, international students also receive a 60% refund of tuition fees and a living standard of up to $25,000 if they complete their studies and decide to stay in Manitoba.

After completing a program of study and work for at least 6 months in Manitoba, international students can apply for permanent residence in Canada without a sponsor or relying on a points system.

Du học và định cư tại Canada bang Manitoba

State of Manitoba

Studying and settling in Canada’s New Brunswick

Besides Manitoba, New Brunswick is also an ideal choice for students because of its harmonious climate, beautiful nature, and especially low cost.

The state of New Brunswick is adding human resources to grow its economy. Therefore, just meet the following criteria to have a chance to become a permanent resident in New Brunswick:

  • The range of ages is 22 to 55.
  • IELTS 6.0 or higher is required.
  • Have a full-time job in the state or be a business owner operating for more than a year.

Du học và định cư tại Canada bang New Brunswick

The state of New Brunswick

Studying and living in Canada’s Nova Scotia

To attract Canadian settlement in Nova Scotia, the federal Department of Immigration has implemented the Express Entry immigration program (January 2015). Students who want to immigrate to Canada under the study abroad program only need to meet the job category C and have 6 months to work in the state.

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The State of Nova Scotia

Studying and living in Canada’s Quebec

Quebec is home to the most prestigious and oldest universities in the country of maple leaves. Typical universities include the University of Montreal, McGill University, Concordia University, and the University of Laval.

Since April 2014, the government of Quebec has established the Quebec Experience Program (EQP) immigration policy to attract the attention of international students. Interested students can apply to settle in the state 6 months before graduation. The application will be approved for 1–3 months when the following 2 conditions are met:

Intermediate level of French.

Having studied at state universities for 2 years or more, meeting graduation requirements.

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The State of Quebec

Studying and living in Canada, British Columbia

British Columbia is also a good choice for international students who are planning to study and immigrate. This province has many attractive immigration programs. To participate in these programs, you need to meet the following basic conditions:

  • International students agree to work full-time for an in-state company indefinitely, and international students agree to do so (except international graduates).
  • The salary you receive is enough to support yourself.
  • Do not own more than 10% of the shares in the company receiving the job offer.

Du học và định cư tại Canada bang British Columbia

The State of British Columbia

British Columbia is also a good choice for international students who are planning to study and immigrate. This province has many attractive immigration programs. To participate in these programs, you need to meet the following basic conditions:

  • Work full-time indefinitely from an offer from an in-state company and international students agree to do so (except International Graduate).
  • The salary you receive is enough to support yourself.
  • Do not own more than 10% of the shares in the company receiving the job offer.

If you are still wondering about studying and living in Canada, please contact Le Immigration Group today for the fastest advice and support!

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