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CAD 1.7 Trillion

National Currency

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Total Population

39 Mn

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Up to 20 hours per week during the semester period and full-time during the breaks are permitted on a student visa in Canada. It must be noted that there are other considerations to be made too when working in Canada.
Tuition plus $10,000 for 12 months (or $833 per month) for a single student (without a spouse). In Quebec, the amount varies according to the student’s age.
The document requirements for a Canadian study permit are : valid passport (valid until course completion),  a visa form, visa application fee, acceptance letter from university or college, funding proof to support your education, and biometric fees.
The average cost of living all inclusive should be around CAD 7,200 to CAD 9,600 per year and tuition fee ranges from CAD 10,000 to CAD 25,000 per year
Canada follows an open door and liberal policy for internationals and immigration rules, making it comparatively easier to get the visa. Overall documentation and rationale is the same except that there is no face to face interview, which creates a perception that the Visa is easier to get. 
Shipping cost of documents is to be incurred regardless of the process followed. Additionally, in case the offline process has been opted for, the following are major checkpoints related to funds need to be considered: Score reporting fees for entrance tests like GRE, TOEFL/IELTS, University Application Fee, Tuition fee for first year as mentioned in the acceptance letter, GIC (Guaranteed Investment Certificate) purchasing cost as proof of funds for your living expenses, Proof of funds with your sponsor and Visa processing fees.
While almost all universities require 10+2+4 for Masters, on a case-to-case basis, certain universities may accept 10+2+3 for masters in selected programs. The 10+2+3 system is accepted for postgraduate (PG) diploma programs.
Universities like York University may accept students with a 3 year Bachelor’s degree. Basis evaluation of academic history, consideration for a direct entry to Masters is possible. It is highly recommended to check with the University of CEC. Regardless, the following options are available: Completion of Master’s degree in India, thereafter apply for the same in Canada, or Completion of Master’s degree in India, thereafter apply for PhD in Canada; or Apply for admission into a College/University in Canada, or Enroll into a PG Diploma program or in the Graduate Diploma/Pre MBA course in a Canadian University; or Contact the Admissions Department of the Institution applied for and try to get earned credits transferred to a Canadian University, entering your 3rd or 4th year in a Bachelors program.