English, French & ease of visa

Why study in Canada ?

Canada has by far been one of the most preferred student destination for Indian students, especially students in the northern part of India. Canada is world renowned for its liberal policies and welcoming visa rules.

After US, Canada has most number of universities among world’s best in North America and its degrees are recognised worldwide.

Here are some of the major reasons to study in Canada:

  • 26 Canadian universities among worlds best as per QS WUR
  • 3 Canadian cities among the best student cities (Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver)
  • Bilingual environment, English and French
  • Ease visa policies
  • East post study work permit and PR options for Indian students
  • Proximity to US
  • Huge Indian community in Canada


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What to study in Canada ?

Degree Programs

  • MBA (Master of Business Administration)
  • MS/MSc/MA (Master of Science/Arts)
  • BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration)
  • BS (Bachelor of Science)

Non Degree Programs

  • Online programs
  • Certificate programs
  • Summer school
  • Exchange programs


  • General Management
  • Trade and Finance
  • Computer Science Engineering
  • Big Data & Analytics
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Fashion, Luxury & Brands 
  • Food & Wine 
  • Sports & Events
  • Engineering, Science, Technology

*There are several other programs but we have mentioned the most chosen programs by international students


Both STEM and Non STEM are equally in demand in Canada, however there is a huge demand for skill based jobs like professional courses or vocational training programs

Where & when to study in Canada ?

The most chosen universities in Canada remain:

  • 26 QS ranked Universities
  • Public Universities (Central and State)
  • Private Schools (Colleges)

The following two remain the major intake (with rolling intakes at some)

  • Jan Intake: Classes commence from January to March
  • Fall Intake: Classes commence in September, October

*Best time to apply: 6-8 months in advance


Some of the Canadian universities have rolling admissions unlike many others. Hence it is recommended to check each university’s website quite carefully


University of Toronto


Ranked 1 in Canada, 28th worldwide by QS, known for academic and employer reputation

McGill University


Ranked 1 in Canada, 33rd worldwide, known for its mix of international students

University of British Columbia


47th worldwide, best known for 8 Nobel prize winners & 71 Rhodes scholars

University of Alberta


109th worldwide, best known university in the region of Alberta as an economy booster

McMaster University


146th in the world, best known for its medicine programs

Université de Montréal


149th worldwide, country’s best francophone university

University of Waterloo


163rd worldwide, best youngest university of Canada

Western University


214th in the world, best known for international faculty

University of Calgary


229th worldwide, best known for its nursing programs and worldwide campuses 

Scholarships to study in CANADA

Canadian Government Scholarships for Foreign Students
DiSCO Scholarship
EDISU Piemonte Scholarships
Profile Based: Scholarships offered by universities based on academics, profile, interview, test scores etc.

VISA required

Student Visa: This is issued to eligible students who have the following

DLI (Designated Learning Institution) Offer Letter
Valid Passport
Proof of Funds

Work Permit: Usually issued for a period of 3 years or longer based on the duration of your program


Information provided on KALINGAEURO website is accurate and subject to public announcements by universities and the Governments.

Note: For the purpose of rankings, KALINGAEURO adheres to QS & Financial Times

Image courtesy: School websites, QS, FT, Times Higher Education, Google Updates