Canada is becoming more popular as a location for international students who desire to complete their studies in their native country. Canada is no longer only a terrific place to acquire a degree; it now provides a clear path to permanent citizenship, which many overseas students are looking for. For nearly two decades, Canada has been rated as one of the top ten places to live in the world, with a world-class educational system.

Application Process

Are you thinking about going to school in Canada? We're here to make your life a little easier. Because the admissions process may differ from what you're used to, we recommend contacting the university to which you're applying if you have any specific questions. In the meanwhile, you should start by following the steps below:

Step 1: Submit an application for a university/college offer.

It is the first step in enrolling in a Canadian university or college.

Your Offer Letter will be issued by the college or university based on your academic records and IELTS certificate.

*The student must submit the following documents to be considered for an offer.

  1. Documents from the University (Marksheet, Transcript, Completion Certificate, Provisional, Certificate of all levels)

  2. Passport

  3. Certificate of English Language Proficiency (IELTS, PTE,...)

  4. Letter of Vacancy/Experience (If Applicable)

  5. Statement of purpose

  6. Detailed curriculum vitae

  7. Three letters of recommendation (work/education)

Step 2: NOC from the Ministry of Education (No Objection Letter).

Step 3: Pay your university tuition.

Step 4: Study Acceptance Confirmation ( CAS)

The CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies) is an electronic document issued on your behalf by the college or university. It is provided by the college or university where you wish to enroll. Your CAS will be valid for six months from the date of issuing for a student visa application.

The following documents are required for CAS

  1. TB Test

  2. Swift Receipt

  3. Certificate and Statement of Bank Balance (28 days matured)

  4. Letter of consent from the parents

  5. Birth Certificate

  6. Relationship Certificate

Step-5 Visa Lodge

Documents needed for Visa

  1. Application Form and Application Letter

  2. Original Passport and Photos

  3. CAS

  4. Documentation of Education (as mentioned on CAS)

  5. Document of Financial Information

  6. Bank Balance Certificate, Bank Account Statement (Statement should be latest and needs to be taken out after payment is made to the university)

  7. Sponsorship Declaration (Consent Letter)

  8. Relationship Certificate, Birth Certificate

  9. English Language Certificate

  10. Police Report

  11. Medical Certificate (TB Test Report)

Contact Mission to Global Studies if you need any information about the process of studying in Canda from Nepal.

Course Faculties

Canada has a world-class educational system that is taught in both English and French, the world's two most widely spoken languages.

Due to the country's high GDP spending on education, student attainments are of the greatest calibre (Canada is ranked second among different G-8 countries). Furthermore, Canadian degrees, diplomas, and certifications are highly valued around the world.

You'll engage with people who live in a forward-thinking culture while learning from some of Canada's top minds at some of the country's finest universities, with a concentration on technology, research, and innovation.

Course Costing

Canadians are extremely friendly and open, hailing from a wide range of ethnic groups, each with its own culture and way of life. Like no other country, Canada's unique landscape fosters goodwill and harmonious living. Many Nepalese students, employees, and citizens live in this city.

The overall cost of studying in Canada from Nepal for an undergraduate course is usually around CA$25,000 per year*, depending on the degree of study and the university. Degrees in engineering and medicine, for example, can cost up to $28,000 per year on average. Furthermore, if you want to save money, there are several scholarships available in Canada that you may apply for.

Things to know
You should strive for a GPA of 2.8 or above if you want to study in Canada. Although some schools may accept lower marks, you will be limited to a limited number of schools and courses.
On average, entry-level positions pay roughly $44,817 per year. With skill, you can earn up to $70,176 per year. Students on a study visa in Canada can work up to 20 hours per week and do not require a work permit while studying full time.