Here’s some good news for Indian students who wish to study in Canada. All Indian students in Canada who have a Social Insurance Number (SIN) are allowed to work 20 hours per week during their academic period and full-time during vacations. If you work along with your studies, your Canadian income will be taxable.
|Province||Under Graduation / Year*||Graduation / Year*|
|Newfoundland||CAD 10,000||CAD 12,549|
|Prince Edward Island||CAD 10,000||CAD 12,300|
|Nova Scotia||CAD 10,480||CAD 14,000|
|New Brunswick||CAD 8,720||CAD 14,000|
|Quebec||CAD 10,500||CAD 15,000|
|Ontario||CAD 13,000||CAD 17,000|
|Manitoba||CAD 8,000||CAD 14,000|
|Saskatchewan||CAD 10,890||CAD 14,000|
|Alberta||CAD 10,800||CAD 14,200|
|British Columbia||CAD 13,500||CAD 17,499|
*All costs are indicative only. The total expenditure can be obtained from the University Website, or by speaking to the xpert study abroad consultant at UniXperts.
The most common route taken by Indian students in Canada to reside in the country after graduation is the post-graduation work permit (PGWP). For this, a student needs to have studied at a designated learning institution (DLI) as endorsed and accredited by the Canadian government.
Please note – Not all programs are eligible. Students are required to check with the study abroad consultants at Unixperts before applying
Here’s the procedure:
Students can get up to 3 years of post-study work permit, depending upon the duration of the course they choose in Canada.
Here’s a list of documents required for a student visa to Study in Canada:
*Note: These are the basic requirements. Speak to the xpert study abroad consultants at UniXperts to get detailed guidance on the quick and efficient ways to obtain your Canadian Student Visa.