Numerous international students choose Canada as their study destination because of its world-class cities, beautiful nature, and diverse and tolerant culture. Over the past years, Canada has been named the “best place to live,” and the “best place to study” repeatedly, and it is also well-known for working, traveling, and investing. 

What makes Canada a desirable destination for Study:

Canada provides fantastic on-campus activities and on-campus and off-campus employment options. International students have strong employment chances in Canada. Universities in Canada place a high priority on research, which is crucial to the development of new technologies. Canada provides a wealth of opportunities for both learning and enjoyment. It is a very tolerant nation that promotes multiculturalism.

Although the only reliable reference for the latest changes and latest fees is the university’s website, on average, international students should expect the following tuition:

Study Program Average fees
(in CAD)
Undergraduate Program
$12,000 to $25,000 per year
Postgraduate master’s Program
$24,000 to $35,000 per year
Doctoral Degree
$7,000 to $10,000 per year

Some of the Popular Universities in Canada

Eligibility Requirements to study in Canada

Minimum Educational Qualification
12-year diploma
Language Certificate
For B.s: IELTS 6 or more
For Master” IELTS 6.5-7 (or equivalent certificate of French: DELF, TCF, TCF and TCFQ exam))
Minimum GPA

If you do not succeed in obtaining the required language score, you can get admission in certain universities on a conditional basis. For more information, contact us. 

Some of the Popular Universities in Canada


Top universities
University of Toronto
McGill University
University of British Columbia
Université de Montréal
University of Alberta
McMaster University
University of Waterloo
Western University
Queen’s University
University of Calgary

Bachelor of Technology

UniversityPopular SpecializationProgram Fees
(in CAD)
University of Toronto

Chemical, industrial, mechanical, civil, mineral, science, materials, computer science


University of British Columbia

Biotechnology, civil, chemical, computer, electrical, environmental, mechanical


McGill University

Biomedical, chemical, civil, computer


University of Waterloo

Biomedical, chemical, civil, computer


University of Alberta

Electrical, computer, biomedical, chemical, software, civil, petroleum


McMaster University

Electrical, automotive, civil, computer, mechanical


Queen’s University

Civil, computer, chemical, geological, mining, electrical


Western University

Chemical, civil, mechanical, biomedical


University of Calgary

Chemical, civil, energy, oil & gas, geomatics, software


University of Ottawa

Civil, chemical, biotechnology, data science, mechanical



UniversitiesAverage Estimated Annual Tuition Fee (CAD)
University of Toronto (U of T)38,000
University of British Columbia (UBC)8,600
McGill University18,000
McMaster University17,000
Universite de Montreal24,600
University of Alberta9,500
University of Ottawa26,000
University of Waterloo14,000
Western University117,500
University of Calgary14,500


 MBA Program Fees (in CAD)
Executive MBA
Accelerated MBA
Master of Management in Analytics
Master of Management in Finance
Master of Management in Retailing
Master of Management in Global Manufacturing and Supply
MBA Leadership