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Home to some of the most renowned universities and colleges, Canada is the top study destination for Indian students. Institutions like the University of Toronto, McGill University, University of British Columbia, York University, University of Alberta, University of Manitoba, and many others are consistently ranked among the top by the world university ranking agencies such as Quacquarelli Symonds and Times Higher Education. The reason being is quality education, world-class infrastructure, and research opportunities.

According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Canada spends more per capita on its Education System than any other country. Over the years, the Canadian education system has seen exponential growth in the education sector, making it one of the best globally. Canadian degrees are considered equivalent to the degrees from the U.S., Australia, and other European countries.

Canada’s study, work, and immigration benefits attract tens of thousands of international students from all around the world every year. More than 642,480 International students were studying in Canada in 2019, and India is the top source country for international students in Canada. Canadian provinces like Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec, Alberta, and Manitoba are among the top choices for the students because of the world-famous institutions, great work, and P.R. opportunities.
The country as a whole has been progressing by leaps and bounds and is ranked number one in the world in Overall Best Countries Ranking 2021 by USNews. It also holds the number one position in the quality of life category. Other categories that have been considered in the rankings include Adventure, Citizenship, Cultural Influence, Business, etc.


While thinking about Canadian education, the first question that strikes in mind, is “why should we choose Canada for higher education?” There are some key facts that answer this question in a very effective manner.
The first & foremost fact is that Canada is a modern, multi-cultured, progressive, and medium cost country. Another fact is, there are two official languages that are English & French, therefore the students can prove their language proficiency by taking either IELTS exam or French exam. Most of the Indian students opt for IELTS exams rather than French exams. Moreover, the living expenses and fees of programs are affordable in Canada. There are better opportunities and settlement solutions in Canada. In addition, students are allowed to do 20 hours off-campus work per week and even they get the jobs easily.
1. Multicultural Society: Canada provides a multicultural environment to International students. Students from different parts of the world are studying in Canadian Institutes so it is the main attraction of Canadian Institutes. Toronto and Ontario are declared as the best International cities by Fortune Magazine.

2. Canadian Lifestyle: Canada is the best residential area of the world according to UN survey. Canada is ranked as number One for the past 9 consecutive years. Canada gets a high score because of its high-quality Education System, less crime rate, less violence, reasonable living cost etc.

3. Work Opportunities: Students can work part-time in Canada during their academic course by which they can be able to pay their daily expenses. The maximum duration of part time work is 20 hours/Week. Where students who have opted co-op program can work full time.

4. Living Standard: International students usually get fascinated by the living style of Canadians because they have one of the highest living standards. Major cities of Canada have a variety of shopping centres, art centres, restaurants, Colleges, Universities etc. Moreover, post-secondary campuses of Canada are wired with the latest in sophisticated technology.
5. Reasonable Expenses: Inflation rate of Canada is very low as compared to industrial countries, in the past three years. Tuition fees for foreign students in Canada is much lower than their counterparts in competing countries. Moreover, educational quality of Canadian Institutes is excellent in very affordable fees. So, admissions in Canadian Institutes are more competitive for Students from different nations.


Canada Study Visa Process
Students must have a Canadian Study Permit in order to Study in Canada. Application can be applied Online or through a paper application. This paper application can be obtained from the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) website. But it is recommendable to check the processing time in advance as Paper Applications typically take about twice as long.

1. Check the processing time: The procedure of visa application usually takes 3-4 weeks. So, students must go through the Canadian consulate website to know the approximate time required for the process of student visa. Always remember, the time shown in the website is just an estimate, not a guarantee.

2. Determine your way to apply: There are two ways to apply for Student Visa.

I) Online: Student must have access to a scanner or camera to generate copy of your documents for uploading and a valid credit card for fee payment for applying Visa online.

II) In person: Download the application form after reading the instructions carefully. Complete your application form with the help of these instructions.

3. Fill a consent form to get the full assistance Visa Filing Process. You can get help of consultants for this process.

4. Pay Processing Fee: Visa fees in addition to embassy charges must be paid to complete the application process. This processing fee is non-refundable. Moreover, if your spouse/common-law partner/children are accompanying you on your temporary visa, then appropriate processing fees must be paid for them.

5. Submit your application: After processing fee, submission of application form is must. Student will receive a receipt containing unique tracking number.

6. After successful approval of your visa application, candidates will receive notification requesting passport by Canadian Government. Students should not worry about their visa process, Pyramid provides proper guidance about application process.


Earn while Studying
International Students have a opportunity of working in Canada during their study. By this, they can earn enough to pay their daily expenses. Permission of working hours is different according to the type of course. Usually, students can work up to 20 hours per week during the course and can work full time during the vacations. There are ample number of Colleges and Universities which offer Co-op/internship programs to the students. Canada offers many work permit programs to International Students, their spouses or common law partners.

1. Working off-campus: Students have permission to work while studying for 20 hours in a week during academic sessions. They are allowed to work full time in their scheduled breaks.

2. Co-op/ internships: These programs are available for such International students, for whom intended employment is an essential part of their study program, as certified by their Canadian academic institution.
3. On-campus work opportunities: Students having valid study permits are eligible to work on-campus at the Canadian institutions.


  1. Passport front and back copy
  3. 10th onwards all marksheets, degree, backlog (with clear and color scan)
  4. Appointment letter and Experience letter (if applicable)
  5. Resume and Statement of Purpose (for some universities)
  6. Visa Lodgement
  7. Original Passport
  8. All clear scanned academic marksheets, degrees, backlogs (10th onwards)
  9. Application Letter, experience letter, salary slips, account statement (if applicable)
  10. Statement of Purpose
  11. Application form IMM 1294e
  12. Family Information form IMM56455e
  13. Embassy fee- 150 CAD $
  14. Biometric fee- 85 CAD $


  1. Bow Valley College
  2. Concordia University Of Edmonton
  3. Lakeland College
  4. Lethbridge College
  5. MacEwan University
  6. Medicine Hat College (MHC)
  7. Norquest College
  8. Olds College
  9. Red Deer College
  10. South Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT)
  11. St. Mary’s University
  12. University Of Lethbridge
  13. Acsenda School of Management
  14. Adler University
  15. Alexander College
  16. Arbutus College
  17. Camosun College
  18. Canadian College
  19. Capilano University
  20. CDI
  21. Coast Mountain College
  22. College Of New Caledonia (CNC)
  23. College Of The Rockies
  24. Columbia College
  25. Coquitlam College
  26. Canadian Tourism College (CTC)
  27. Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU)
  28. FIC@Simon Fraser University
  29. Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC)
  30. Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU)
  31. Langara Centre of Entertainment & Arts
  32. Langara College
  33. Northeastern University
  34. North Island College (NIC)
  35. Northern Lights College (NLC)
  36. New York Institute of Technology (NYIT)
  37. Okanagan College
  38. Royal Roads University
  39. Selkirk College
  40. Stenberg College
  41. Sterling College
  42. Sprott Shaw College
  43. City University
  44. Thompson Rivers University (TRU)
  45. Trinity Western University
  46. University Canada West
  47. University Of Northern British Columbia
  48. University of the Fraser Valley
  49. Vancouver Community College (VCC)
  50. Vancouver Island University (VIU)
  51. Western Community College
  52. Yorkville University
  53. Saskatchewan Polytechnic
  54. University of Regina
  55. University Of Saskatchewan
  56. Great Plains College
  57. Parkland College
  58. Cumberland College
  59. Yukon University
  60. Aviron quebec College Technique
  61. Aviron Technical Institute
  62. Canada College
  63. Collège De Comptabilité Et De Secrétariat Du Québec (CCSQ)
  64. Collège De L’Estrie Inc (CDE)
  65. Cegep de la Gaspesie et des iles (CEGEP)
  66. Cegep – Marie Victorian
  67. M College
  68. St. Michel College
  69. Algonquin College
  70. Alpha @ St Lawrence – Toronto
  71. BizTech College
  72. Brock University
  73. Goodman School of Business
  74. Cambrian College
  75. Cambrian@Hanson
  76. Canadore College
  77. Centennial College
  78. Conestoga College
  79. Durham College
  80. Evergreen College
  81. Fanshawe College
  82. Fleming College
  83. Georgian College
  84. Humber College
  85. Lakehead University
  86. Lambton College
  87. Loyalist College
  88. Niagara College
  89. Nipissing University
  90. Northeastern University
  91. Northern College at Pures-Toronto
  92. Pures College of Technology
  93. RUIC@Ryerson University
  94. Sault College
  95. Seneca College
  96. Sheridan College
  97. St. Lawrence College
  98. St. Clair College
  99. Toronto School of Management (TSOM)
  100. Trent University
  101. University Of Waterloo
  102. Wilfred Laurier University
  103. Yorkville University
  104. Acadia University
  105. Mount Saint Vincent University (MSVU)
  106. Cape Breton University (CBU)
  107. St. Franscis Xavier University