STUDY IN CANADA
Your Future, Your Choice
A country that offers a truly dynamic education system with some of the world’s best universities, a high standard of living & a promising future, Canada is undoubtedly amongst the most popular and ideal study destinations in the world.
Why Study in Canada?
- Among the Safest Countries Globally
- Hands-on learning
- Safety and security
- Multicultural society
- Post Study Work Visa
- Excellent Immigration Opportunities
How to Study in Canada:
The following are the steps you need to take if you wish to study in Canada and transition to permanent residence.
Select a program:
Conduct research and find the education program you want to pursue in Canada with Study Abroad Agency in Nigeria
Apply to a Canadian designated learning institution:
Once you have determined which education program to apply to, submit your application to the Canadian designated learning institution(DLI) of your choice.
Apply for a study permit:
Upon obtaining a letter of acceptance, XLEARNER can help you submit an application to the Government of Canada for a study permit with Study in Canada agent in Nigeria. The study permit is a document that most people need so they can legally remain in Canada as a student.
Explore your immigration options:
After completing your studies, XLEARNER Education Consultant Agency, Nigeria can help you remain in Canada to gain more professional work experience and pursue permanent residence.
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Study in Canada FAQs
Studying in Canada can be relatively cheaper as Canada offers low tuition rates for international students as compared to the U.S., the U.K., and Australia. The average cost of study including tuition and living cost is CAD 35, 000 per year.
If you graduate from a Designated Learning Institution, then you can gain valuable Canadian work experience under the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP). Normally a work permit visa is granted for one year on a study of one year. For a study of at least 2 or more years the student can get post study work visa of up to 3 more years.
Yes. You may bring your spouse, common law partner, and dependent children.
The government of Canada, not to mention the university or college you are attending, want you to be happy while you are studying in Canada. Consequently, you are able to have your spouse/common-law partner join you in Canada, as well as any dependent children. Your spouse/partner can apply for an open work permit, allowing him or her to come to Canada and work for any employer, while your children may also join you.
Processing times depend on each visa office. CanadaVisa’s Immigration Processing Times Tool contains more information.
Launched as a pilot in 2020 by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, the Nigeria Student Express aims to reduce the study permit processing times for eligible Nigerian students.
To be eligible for faster processing through the NSE, you must:
- Apply online
- Be a Nigerian citizen or legally reside in Nigeria
- Have an acceptance letter from a post-secondary designated learning institution in Canada for a Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD degree program or a post-graduate diploma course
- Live outside of Canada when you apply
- Have a MyBank certificate showing sufficient funds for your studies (equivalent of CAD $30,000) for at least six months PLUS 12 months of banking history
- Get a medical exam before you apply
- Have a language test result that shows:
- a score of 6.0 or higher in each skill (reading, writing, speaking, and listening) on the IELTS, or
- a Test d’évaluation de français (TEF) score that is equal to a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) score of at least 7 in each skill (reading, writing, speaking, and listening)
- Only if you’re applying to study in Quebec, have a certificat d’acceptation du Québec (CAQ) from the Quebec government
You will get varied options in the technical and professional fields including: Business, Agriculture and Agri-Food, Health, Social services, Broadcasting and Journalism, Hospitality and Tourism, Design, Technology, Sciences, Information Technology, Engineering, Environment, Languages, and Arts
You can opt for on-campus housing ranging from shared condominiums to dormitory-style housing or choose to live off-campus. The cost for on-campus housing may or may not include a meal plan and or other utilities such as phone and internet connection. Accommodation prices may be lower off-campus but you will have to bear the extra cost of furnishings, water, electricity and/or other miscellaneous expenses.
The eligibility for scholarships for international students aspiring to study in Canada is judged on the basis of outstanding academic grades and exceptional English Proficiency scores. Scholarships are mostly offered by the universities without any particular application based on the eligibility benchmarks but at some institutions the students need to apply for the same.