Bachelor Degrees in Canada

Canada is an extremely popular choice for international students for Study abroad; almost 100,000 choose to study in Canada each year, making it a lively and diverse place to attend university. Bachelors in Canada is offered mostly in Universities which are generally degree-granting institutions and few of post-secondary institutions like Community Colleges also offers applied program degrees. Usually, colleges in Canada degree programs may be two-year associate degrees or four-year applied degrees. On completion of Associate degrees or Advanced Diplomas, students have university transfer options. The bachelor degrees in Canada take three to four years to complete. An honors degree is a higher degree of concentration in the honors’ subject, as well as a higher level of academic achievement which usually takes 4 years to complete and there are various options like

  • Bachelor of Arts (BA)
  • Bachelor of Science (BS/BSc)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (BEng)

 

Application & Admission

There are no centralized wide entrance tests, each institute sets its own admission standards and assesses the qualifications of each applicant individually. Successful completion of the secondary school program with 70% (Almost all Universities asks for 70% for all subject fields) and proof of English language proficiency are the normal requirement for admission to undergraduate study in Canada. The tuition fee for the program varies from college to college and undergraduate course selected and lower than other study abroad destinations. Students searching for study in Canada should always be aware of University deadlines and for the September session deadline dates generally are from mid-December to the end of March though it may vary from institution to institution. The admissions process to study a Bachelors degree in Canada is lengthy, so you should start your application up to a year in advance. There should be a valid study permit for the student to pursue Bachelors in Canada. With sufficient documents as per the visa requirements, an applicant can receive his study permit within 15 working days.

Many colleges and universities in Canada offer scholarship and bursaries to lessen the financial burden of international students. Canada offers you with a wide variety of undergraduate degree at major Universities in Canada. Universities offer programs in IT, Health Science, Engineering, Social Service and Tourism etc. International students holding valid study permits and who are studying full time at eligible Canadian public and private universities are eligible to work on-campus at the institution where they study without a work permit. Universities and Colleges in Canada offer many specialized services for international students including orientation, social events, festivals, advising, and workshops to further your academic, personal, and career goals. There are many options available to you once you have completed your bachelor’s in Canada.

 

  • Continue studies for advanced credentials like Masters or PG Diploma in Canada
  • Gain additional work experience there and which may help graduates to get permanently immigrate to Canada.

Students can easily find the program of their choice and cherish their dream of Study and work in Canada.

 

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