The phrase “Study in Canada” can be said or it has not stopped being hot since the Canadian government’s priority visa program was issued. The modern learning environment in a country with an advanced and friendly civilization is always the dream of many students.
Many questions are asked of students who have a need to study in Canada such as “Is it easy or difficult to study in Canada “How much does it cost to study in Canada?” “What does it take to study in Canada? “How much IELTS do you need to study in Canada?” “Do you need an interview to study in Canada?” and many other questions.
In this article, the TRUST Senior Study Abroad Counseling Center will answer all the questions you need to pay attention to to fully prepare before submitting your application to study in Canada.
To answer this question, TRUST will analyze based on two aspects:
First, on the issue of applying for a Visa, we need to understand what the Embassy is based on to issue a Visa?
A set of study abroad documents includes 4 parts: Academic records – Personal and personal records – Financial records – Information forms upon request. Based on that, you need to prepare a set of standard documents as follows:
Thus, if you have a good academic record, sufficient finances, good health, then applying for a Visa is no longer difficult.
In addition, if you have studied in Canada, you cannot ignore the SDS Priority Visa Program Exempting financial proof for those who have graduated from high school: Just have at least IELTS 6.0 in all 4 skills. , you are eligible to apply for a Visa under this program with great advantages: Exemption of financial proof (Replace with GIC guaranteed investment certificate and 1 year tuition fee payment) – Visa processing time up to 45 days – Visa pass rate is high => The opportunity to apply for a Visa is easier and easier.
Second, about the study program in Canada and life in Canada:
First of all, international students will not be too strange when studying in Canada because the education system has many similarities: 12-year high school -> 2-year college -> 4-year university (some (longer time in specific fields) -> Master’s degree in 2 years. Moreover, there are many other programs for students to choose from such as: Certificate: 1 year, Double Degree, Advanced Diploma 3 years and Post graduate 1-2 years. Therefore, any student who ends up from any program, no matter what their academic background, whatever their aspirations, can find a suitable program.
About the quality of life in Canada: From the above statistics, you can see that as well as tuition fees, the cost of living in Canada is not too expensive. Even so, the quality of life in Canada is very good. Canada is rated as a safe, happy country, good health care services, humane social security policies and a healthy environment. In a survey by the U.S. News & World Report in 2019 conducted by BAV Group and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in over 80 countries, Canada is the leading country in quality of life, 3rd in terms of ideal country for women, 3rd in terms of quality of life. in terms of education quality (after only UK and USA).
Thus, with all the above information, it shows that studying in Canada currently has many advantages. Therefore, if you are wondering about choosing a country to study abroad or have a route to study in Canada, prepare a complete set of documents, prepare a solid luggage to confidently set foot in Canada.
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This is probably the question that many students are most interested in. Studying in Canada requires the following conditions:
Meet the age and education requirements
|College||High School Graduation||High School Graduation Degree|
|Post Graduate||College/Master Graduation||College/University Graduation Degree|
|University||High School Graduation||High School Graduation Degree|
You must have English or French proficiency.
Educational programs in Canada for international students are taught in two main languages, English and French. Programs taught in English dominate all provinces in Canada. Meanwhile, Vietnamese international students can find programs taught mainly in French in the Quebec region. Moreover, the main language used in daily communication by Canadians is English.
Moreover, meeting the language ability in English (or French) is one of the conditions for consideration/issuance of a Study Visa. Good English ability is an indispensable condition for you to study in Canada.
Successfully applied for a Canadian student visa
This is the most important thing for you to come to Canada to study or not. Documents to apply for a Student Visa:
Acceptance letter from a school in Canada
If you plan to attend any school (primary or secondary), college, university or other educational institution in Canada, that school must complete the process and send you a letter of acceptance. . When you apply for a visa, you will need a letter of acceptance from the school.
You must provide a valid passport or travel document for you and each accompanying member when applying for a Visa. Your passport or travel document must allow you to return to the country where it was issued.
Documents proving financial ability
To successfully apply for a Visa, you must demonstrate that you can financially support yourself and the family members accompanying you while you are in Canada. You must prove you have enough money to study in Canada through:
Proof of a Canadian bank account in your name (if funds have been transferred to Canada).
– Student/educational loan voucher from a financial institution.
– Statement of your bank account within four months.
– Invoice/document of payment of tuition fees and accommodation.
– Letter from the person/facility providing you with the money.
Proof of a Canadian-funded scholarship or educational program.
|Amount of people||All provinces except Quebec||Quebec|
|An international student alone||Tuition plus 10000 CAD for a period of 12 months (or 833 CAD a month)||Tuition plus 11000 CAD for a period of 12 months (or 917 CAD a month)|
|Plus a family member||4000 CAD over a 12-month period (or 333 CAD a month)||CAD 5100 for persons 18 years of age or older for a 12-month period (or CAD 425 a month) CAD 3800 or more for persons under 18 years of age for a 12-month period (or CAD 317 a month)|
|Add more family members||CAD 3000 over a 12-month period for dependent children of any age (or CAD 255 a month)||5125 CAD or more for persons 18 years of age or older for a 12-month period (or 427 CAD per month)1903 CAD or more for persons under 18 years of age for a 12-month period (or 159 CAD per month)|
An explanation letter is essentially a letter stating your study goals, pathways and intentions in Canada. The cover letter also makes it easier for Embassy staff to access your file. Therefore, you should not ignore the explanation letter in the Canada Visa application.
If you need to find a country with the world’s top developed education, low tuition fees, low cost of living, and high chances of settling down, you will certainly not be able to ignore Canada. The total cost to spend for a year studying in Canada is only 210 million – 400 million. Please refer to the detailed information on tuition fees below:
* Tuition (1CAD = 17,000VND)
English course: 1000 – 3000 CAD/month ~ 17 – 51 million
Elementary and high school: 12000 – 20000 CAD/year ~ 216 – 360 million
College/University: 12000 – 20000 CAD/year ~ 216 – 360 million
Graduate: 15000 – 20000 CAD/year ~ 270 – 360 million
In particular, the tuition fees for education, social, and economic fields are cheaper than engineering, medicine, and architecture, and there is a large difference in tuition rates between provinces. (For details, contact Bluesea Study Abroad Consulting Company for support)
* Cost of living
|Dormitory fee (including electricity and water fees)||600 – 900 CAD/month 10 – 16 million VND|
|Homestay fee (including electricity, water, meals):||500 – 750 CAD/month 9 – 13.5 million VND|
|Telephone fee||20 – 60 CAD/month 0.36 – 1 million VND|
|Pocket money||100 CAD/month 1.8 million VND|
|Total||134 – 225 million VND/year|
– Travel expenses:
– Single bus ticket: 2.75 CAD ~ 49.5 thousand VND
– Monthly ticket: 65 CAD ~ 1.17 million VND
– International students can get free bus travel in the city if they are students of some schools: Niagara college, Fleming College,…
– Internet fee: 55 – 95 CAD/month ~ 0.9 – 1.7 million VND
* Living expenses for students who live alone:
– Rent (including electricity, water, internet): 300 – 450 CAD/month ~ 5 – 8 million VND
– Meals (self-catering): 150 – 250 CAD/month 2.7 – 4.5 million VND
HOW MUCH IELTS SCORE DO WE NEED TO STUDY IN CANDA?
No need for English, you can still study in Canada.
If you have English is an advantage. You can go under the SDS to study in Canada.
Below is the required IELTS level of some schools in Canada.
|School||IELTS score||Listening score||Reading score|
|Brescia University College||6.5||6||6|
|Canadore College of Applied Arts and Technology||6.5||5.5||5.5|
– In case of studying in Canada, no English proficiency is required, no ielts required for middle and high school students: IELTS or TOEFL English certification is optional (however, if you have IELTS 5.0, this will be required). is considered a plus point when studying abroad).
– For high school level: Schools in Canada will organize tests to classify students’ level into appropriate English classes.
– For undergraduate and graduate level: The school will still accept you if you do not have an IELTS certificate, but with the condition that you have to register for a 1-year English language course (ESL) (not included in the course). course fees), until you reach full-time entry level.
As of 2018, the Canadian embassy has canceled visa interview requests for international students from Vietnam. However, according to the answer from the application-receiving office, there are still cases where the candidate after the embassy considers the application will receive a request for a direct interview with the Embassy to clarify some issues. on the accuracy and reasonableness of the documents in the dossier.
Interviews are required in the following cases:
– The declaration is not true (in some cases, the candidate has failed to get a visa to go to other countries, but in the declaration submitted to the Embassy, he has declared that he has never failed a visa…). In these cases, the Embassy may request an interview for the student to explain.
– For students applying for a Canadian student visa with complicated personal records (older age, short course duration…), these cases often cause the Embassy to raise questions about the purpose of studying abroad. the student. Normally, the Embassy will ask students to provide additional documents and evidence to prove the student’s purpose of studying abroad. If satisfied, the student will be granted a Visa by the Embassy after the interview ends from 2-3 days.
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