Transit Education is an educational consultancy that assists Nepalese students who want to pursue their education in Canada. We provide extensive support to students, including support with the application process, visa applications, and finding appropriate accommodation. Additionally, we offer one-on-one counselling services to help students choose the best courses and universities that align with their interests and career aspirations. With the help of us, students can enjoy a smooth and hassle-free experience while processing to study in Canada. So we claim ourselves an excellent choice for Nepalese students who want to pursue their education in Canada.
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Every year, Canada welcomes hundreds of thousands of international students from around the globe. When you study in Canada, you invest in your future. Discover the top reasons why you should choose Canada as your international education destination!
We at Transit Education helps you to make your Canadian study permit process hassle-free. However, if you wish to take the challenge and want to self-apply for a study permit, our expert counselor has jotted down the key process that every student must follow.
As you begin to wrap up your last year of high school and start to make some key decisions for your future education, choosing a major can be a difficult decision.Everyone is different. You may know exactly what you want to do with the rest of your life and how you are going to get there. But others may have no clue.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) related to studying in Canada
Each university in Canada has its own policy regarding admission requirements. Contact our Counsellors to know about admission requirements of the program you’re interested in.
As an international student in Canada you are allowed to work during your studies. This is only available to students that have a valid study permit and are enrolled in a program that lasts longer than six months.
Students are allowed to work part-time up to 20 hours a week in either on or off-campus jobs. During scheduled breaks, students are permitted to work full-time instead
Yes, it is. International students’ medical coverage differs from province to province. International students are not covered by government health insurance schemes and must purchase private health insurance.
In order to come to Canada as an international student for programs lasting longer than 6 months, you are required to have a study permit. Also, study permits can only be issued to schools that are listed as Designated Learning Institutions (DLIs) by the Government of Canada.
There are certain requirements applicants need to meet in order to apply for a Canadian study permit.
Firstly, individuals looking to study in Canada must have a letter of acceptance from the host school they intend to study in. This school must also be recognized as a Designated Learning Institution (DLI) by the Government of Canada. To see a list of all DLIs in Canada,
Afterwards, applicants must apply online through the government of Canada website. Individuals will need to meet the following requirements to complete the procedure:
- Own a valid passport or other lawful travel document
- Demonstrate that you have adequate financial backing in order to study in Canada, including school fees, costs of living, expenses for yourself and accompanying family members, and return flights back to your home country once your study permit expires.
- Must not be criminally or medically inadmissible to Canada. This applies for all individuals accompanying the primary applicant.
One of the greatest benefits of studying in Canada is that you are eligible to bring your family with you during your studies. This includes your spouse or common-law partner and any dependent children you may have.
During this time, your spouse or common-law partner is eligible for an open work permit, allowing them to seek employment anywhere in the country in almost any field. Also, you children are allowed to study in Canadian primary or secondary schools without the need of study permit.
If you decide to extend your stay in Canada afterwards through a Post-Graduation Work Permit, your family is eligible for continued status as well.
The permanent residence visa is granted on the basis of a point system. The PGWPP will help you earn relevant work experience that will help you apply for permanent residency in Canada.
The language requirements for admission to a top Canadian university are stringent, requiring an aggregate score of 6.5 and a minimum of 6 each section is standard for good universities.
It is not compulsory to pay tuition fees in advance, but we do encourage students to pay for at least one semester or even one year of tuition fees to demonstrate their seriousness in studying
In Canada, universities and colleges generally have multiple intakes throughout the year, but the availability of intakes may vary depending on the program and institution. Here are some common intake periods in Canada:
Fall Intake: This is the primary intake period for most programs and usually starts in September. The application deadline for the fall intake is typically between January to March of the same year.
Winter Intake: The winter intake usually starts in January and is available for a limited number of programs. The application deadline for the winter intake is typically between July to September of the previous year.
Spring Intake: The spring intake is also available for a limited number of programs and usually starts in May. The application deadline for the spring intake is typically between November to January of the same year.
Summer Intake: Some institutions offer a summer intake for a few programs, and it usually starts in July or August. The application deadline for the summer intake is typically between March to May of the same year.
It’s important to note that not all institutions or programs have all intakes available, so it’s essential to check with the institution’s website or contact them directly for the latest information on intake periods for your chosen program
In Canada, a postgraduate diploma (PGD) and a master’s degree are two different types of postgraduate programs, each with its own distinct characteristics.
A postgraduate diploma is a shorter, non-degree program that usually takes between 8 to 12 months to complete. It is designed to provide students with specialized knowledge and skills in a specific field or discipline. PGD programs may involve coursework, projects, and internships, and often have a practical, career-oriented focus. Graduates of PGD programs may use their specialized knowledge and skills to advance their careers or pursue further education.
On the other hand, a master’s degree is a more advanced, research-focused program that usually takes between 1 to 2 years to complete. Master’s programs often involve coursework and a research thesis or project, and are designed to develop students’ critical thinking, research, and analytical skills in a specific field or discipline. Graduates of master’s programs may use their advanced knowledge and skills to pursue careers in academia or research, or to advance their careers in the private or public sectors.
In summary, a postgraduate diploma is a shorter, more practical program that provides specialized knowledge and skills in a specific field, while a master’s degree is a more advanced, research-focused program that develops critical thinking, research, and analytical skills in a specific field.
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