Study, Work, Live in Canada
Canada is one of the most attractive destinations for international students wishing to study abroad. Canada ranks in third place globally for the best quality of life (U.S. News & World Report, 2022). International students benefit from the same rights and freedoms that protect all Canadians: respect for human rights, equality, diversity and a stable, peaceful society.
SHOW FUND - FINANCIAL MEANS
You have to prove that you are capable of financing yourself during your stay for the duration of your study program. For this purpose, you will have to show CAD $10,000 in your account.
HOW MUCH WILL BE THE LIVING COST?
The living cost in Canada varies from one city to another. However, the national average living cost for one person is estimated at $2,730
Students need to set aside money for other day-to-day and unavoidable expenses and should be prepared for recurring expenses such as housing and accommodations, food and groceries, travel health insurance, transportation, clothing, and entertainment.
PART-TIME JOBS IN CANADA
According to the current policy, Canada has temporarily lifted its 20-hours-a-week limit on the number of hours international students can work off-campus. The average student salary in Canada is $37,055 per year or $19 per hour. Entry-level positions start at $30,952 per year, while most experienced workers make up to $58,413 per year.
Canada is one of the most attractive destinations for international students wishing to study abroad.