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200+ Post Graduation Courses Found in Canada 

 

For students who wish to pursue their chosen fields of study for further in-depth education, post graduation courses in Canada provide one of the best study experiences. The organization and structure of post graduate courses vary with each Institution as well as the chosen field or specialization. Post graduation is all about students picking a specialty from their own field of graduation and opting for further studies in the chosen field.

Post Graduation Courses in Canada

Students studying MS in Canada can be sure of an experience that goes beyond the academic learning. The Canadian institutions prepare graduates with the ability to think critically. The institutions also work closely with the relevant businesses in the industry to ensure that the study programs remain relevant to the changing working environment. Living in Canada also provides students with an incomparable cultural experience, where they can interact with the multicultural and hospitable society that houses most of the world's ethnic groups.

Students have the option to choose from:

  1. Postgraduate diplomas
  2. Masters programs
  3. Doctorate Courses

How much does it cost to study in canada?

Study program

Average annual fee (in CAD*)

Postgraduate master's degree

$17,000 to $25,000 per year

 *Please note all fee figures are indicative

Eligibility criteria for Post-Graduate/Masters courses

  1. 2-3 years full time work experience
  2. GMAT : 580-600 min.
  3. IELTS score: 6.5 overall with no bands less than 6 / As per the course and institution requirement
  4. TOEFL : PBT: 580-600 min. (depends upon course)
  5. CBT: 237-250 min. (depends upon course)
  6. 4 yr Bachelors degree, 70% aver.

Some institutions may require written samples/copies of published work/Portfolio

Post-graduation courses in Canada offer a number of fields for students, including but not limited to:

  • MBA in Canada - Universities, Colleges, Fees, Eligibility

Study abroad intakes in Canada

Canadian institutions offer three major intakes for students - Fall, Spring and Summer. Know all about it.

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Let's simply it for you. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you get started with your journey to studying abroad.

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A student is allowed to apply for a Tier 4 (General) student visa 3 months before the course start date. As soon as the documents required for visas are ready we would suggest you apply for a Student visa.
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Major cities in Australia are Sydney,Melbourne,Brisbane,Perth & Adelaide. Each of them has its own individual characteristics and profile.You can choose the city you want to study based on your individual requirements.
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It depends on your Bachelors degree academic marks. Some univerisities have automatic scholarships. For few you have to apply. They can range from approx. AUD 4000 to AUD 10,000 per annum.

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