UPDATED: NOV 2022
What you need to know about life in Canada as an international student
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COST OF STUDYING IN CANADA
Tuition fees (Graduate):
Here are some examples of average living costs in Canada, taken from Numbeo in Feb 2022:
To finance your studies, you will need your own personal funds, a part-time job and a scholarship, unless you come from a wealthy family. Prior to applying for acceptance to a Canadian university, you will need to research as much as possible to learn the "ins and outs" of getting a scholarship.
If you select my services, I will assist you with applying for a scholarship.
WORKING WHILE STUDYING
Can I work as an International Student? Yes!
International students are now able to work full time. What that means for B.C.'s economy.
But, there are rules and regulations that you must follow to be eligible for a “work permit”. It begins with the type of student visa issued to you by the Canadian Consult in your country.
Have a valid study permit when applying for the work permit. Have continuously studied full time (i.e., studies must have taken place at a Canadian educational institution) and have completed a program of study that is at least 8 months in duration.
- Begin reading the newspapers for the province or city where you are considering studying. Pays off in the long run!