Choose Your Study
Where should I Study? Many high school graduates are puzzled by the question of where to study or what the ideal study destination would be. We say Canada! There are seven reasons why Canada is the ideal study destination for you:
- Reason 1
- Canada is ranked in the top three among 48 industrial countries for higher education. And Canada has a long history of providing high quality education – its first university, Laval University, was established in 1663.
- Reason 2
- Canada's high quality education is 30-35% cheaper than education in the UK or in the USA.
- Reason 3
- Canada is the most livable place on Earth, with beautiful and safe cities that include scenic Vancouver, bilingual Montreal, and cosmopolitan Toronto.
- Reason 4
- Canada is a multicultural and friendly country with communities from all over the globe. It is a bonus for international students to be able to connect with their cultural diaspora.
- Reason 5
- Canada has two official languages, English and French. Students can pursue studies in either language at colleges and universities.
- Reason 6
- Canada is the safest country in the world with a very low crime level. (Note: International students are required to obey laws and avoid illegal activities in Canada.)
- Reason 6
- International students have the option of working up to 20 hours per week either on-campus or off-campus to help with any costs.
Start Studying in Canadian colleges if you aren’t ready for University
The cost of study in colleges is much lower than in universities. Canadian colleges usually provide applied knowledge, while university education focuses on theory and the expansion of one's horizons. Canada's college graduates are well respected and employers are aware of the quality of college education in Canada. Additionally, students who are more interested in pursuing a university degree can easily transfer to any university during the third year of college.
How To Enroll in a Canadian University or College
- Step one
- Clearly identify if you would like to study at a Canadian college or university, your budget for study in Canada, and your level of English proficiency.
- Step two
- Complete and submit our preliminary online application form.
- Step three
- We will contact you within two working days with the best college and university options.
We Connect Students to the Following Programs
– Short-term academic English courses with conditional admission to Canada’s top universities and colleges.
– Boarding school programs for children aged 12-19, grades 7 to 12.
– Short-term summer and winter programs with city exploration tours.
– Short and long-term Business English programs for professions that require English.
– From four to eighteen months in specialized programs, including half-day English study courses and half-day paid/unpaid internships.
Admissions to academic programs with ensured transfer to colleges and universities and first-year university studies with ensured transfer to the second year of university upon completion. The admission requirements include a minimum score of 4.5 on the academic IELTS exam. The duration of study programs can range from three to twelve years.
– Admissions to one-year Certificate programs including post-baccalaureate in all specializations.
– Admissions to two-year Diploma programs with a paid practicum in all specializations. English language exam requirements include a minimum of 6.5 academic IELTS credits. If English test results are lower, then applicants can obtain a conditional admission based on completion of an ESL course.
– Admissions to a Bachelor's degree program – three to four years of study with a Co-op program (paid practicum in the area of specialization).
– Admissions to Master's Programs – sixteen months to two years with work opportunities.
– Doctorate (PhD) programs – three to seven years with work opportunities. English language exam requirements include a minimum of 6.5 academic IELTS credits.
– Required to have TOEFL / IELTS English test results of at least 6.5 – 7 points for all degree programs.
Admission Requirements to Canadian Universities and Colleges
- Fill out the application form provided by EuroAsia Consulting for the college or university
- Pay a non-refundable application fee to the college or university through our website's PayPal or,
- Make a bank transfer or money order directly to the educational institution's bank account
- Provide your official transcripts and official proof of graduation (stamped and signed by your school) with certified English translations for all secondary and post-secondary institutions attended.
- Provide English proficiency test scores sent directly from the testing agency.
Please note: If your English is below the required level, EuroAsia Consulting can ensure your enrollment through the following steps to make your dreams come true!
- Enrollment to an accredited language college’s programs such as the Academic English, Foundation, or University Pathway program
- Conditional acceptance to college or university.
Admission to Canadian colleges and universities
Addmissions occur THREE times per year Spring, Fall, and Winter.
Also note that in some schools, there are also admission opportunities in the summer.
International students who intend to enroll in Canadian colleges are advised to consult with EuroAsia Consulting in order to find the top college or university experience that fits within their study budget. Our certified Education Counselors can advise you on the best program and enroll you within a few days for FREE.
Upon successful completion of the Canadian college or university's admission requirements, the student receives a Letter of Offer, which provides an outline of the tuition costs. The student is required to deposit full payment for the first semester directly into the educational institution's bank account. Payments may be made by bank transfer, money order, credit, or debit card.
The college or university will confirm the student's payment and will provide a Letter of Acceptance with a description of refund and educational institution policies as well as required educational materials. The student applies for a Visa at the Canadian Embassy in their respective country.
Requirements for English Proficiency in Canadian Colleges and Universities
To achieve success in their studies, international students must become advanced in English. Applicants from countries where English is not a primary language must comply with one of these two requirements:
- Option A
- Provide proof of English language proficiency, indicating the score obtained at the IELTS academic test, TOEFL test or other as follows:
– Official internet based TOEFL/IBT score of 83
– Official paper based TOEFL/PBT score of 560 or higher
– Official computer based TOEFL/CBT score of 220 or higher
– IELTS academic score of 6.5 overall with no score less than 6.0
– International Baccalaureate English Language A Higher Level with a minimum mark of 5
- Option B
- Successful completion of a language college course in Canada at a sufficient level
EuroAsia Consulting’s enrollment process to the colleges and universities of Canada, as well as Australia, Italy, India, USA, and Turkey consists of the following steps as shown in the chart below
You Can Study in Two Languages: English & French
Canada has two official languages: English and French. The main language that is taught in high schools is English, although in Quebec, 80% of the education is conducted in French. In the provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario and Manitoba, students have the opportunity to undergo education in both English and French.
Please note: The requirements for language proficiency vary in different institutions in Canada. Many Canadian universities accept certificates from IELTS or TOEFL exams as proof of English proficiency. If you choose to study in French, it is necessary to provide test results from the French – DALF exam.
Many colleges and universities offer Academic English language courses for international students. However, their costs are not included in the core academic program costs and will be charged separately.
Prospects after Graduation
Canada's immigration policy is focused on the current demand for specialists. International students who have graduated from a Canadian college or university have a good chance of obtaining a three-year work permit and gaining invaluable professional experience in Canada.