study in Canadian schools

The college course in Canada  is related to courses that focus more on preparing the applicant to enter the labor market. Therefore, colleges theoretically focus less on courses and pay more attention to practical and operational aspects. College course  in Canada It is recommended for applicants who intend to enter the labor market quickly and are looking for jobs with medium income and high application. We recommend attending colleges that have an internship as part of the major, as this course gives the applicant the opportunity to expand their work connections during the internship and increase their chances of getting hired. Colleges in Canada are divided into public and private. The conditions for continuing education in Canadian colleges are usually simpler than in universities and there are fewer prerequisites for entering Canadian colleges. Also, the desired language score to enter the Canadian college course will be easier compared to universities. 

 

If we want   to compare  the college in Canada with the education system of Iran, in fact, colleges are the technical and professional training centers in Canada,  whose main role is to prepare the workforce to enter the labor market. While Canadian universities prepare applicants for academic purposes.

The following courses are taught in colleges:

  • DEC period. This course is offered in Quebec colleges and a high school diploma is a prerequisite for entering it.
  • Diploma course (the prerequisite for this course is a diploma and pre-university)
  • Certificate course (prerequisite for these courses is a diploma course)
  • Post-bachelor course (prerequisite for these courses is a bachelor’s degree)
  • Bachelor’s course (this course is the same as the bachelor’s course, which is a prerequisite for entering the diploma and pre-university course)

 

Language score required for college admission in Canada

Some colleges require a language score of at least IELTS 6. Of course, in many colleges, it is possible for the applicant to prove his English or French language level by taking an online test.

 

College tuition in Canada

Canadian college tuition  is between $8,000 and $16,000 per year. The cost range depends on the duration and intensity of the classes. You must also pay for your health insurance during your studies in college. Add the cost of living in Canada to your study expenses list.

 

Age requirement for admission to Canadian colleges

According to the law, there is no age requirement for obtaining study admission and study visa in Canada. Of course, the officers of the immigration office certainly consider the age factor in the evaluation of the applicants’ visa file, and the applicant’s educational program must be justified for the officer. For example, an applicant who is 50 years old and intends to study in a Canadian college, can hardly convince the officer with his documents that he intends to study and return to his country. Therefore, according to the laws of the law, there is no age requirement to prohibit admission, but the applicant’s file must be justified to the officer of the Immigration Department.

 

The possibility of obtaining a work companion visa for the applicant studying in a Canadian college

The person accompanying the main applicant can apply for a visit visa or a work visa, and there are no restrictions in this case, and the applicant’s child will also be able to enjoy free education in Canada.

Transfer of course units from college to Canadian universities

Credit Transfer is a common way to study in Canada for Canadian students as well as international students. In this method, the student first starts a course in the college of his choice and then based on the GPA obtained in the college, he can transfer his courses to another college or university. This method is very common for applicants who intend to enter high-ranked universities, because the applicant can enter the college course that requires less competition and by strengthening the language skills as well as the curriculum, he can take his courses to the university. to transfer the desired one and follow up its continuation in that university. Canada is the most advanced country in the world in the field of transferring course units between colleges and universities. Among the Canadian provinces, British Columbia has the strongest system in the field of credit transfer. Every year, more than 60,000 students in Canada use the credit transfer system.

 

The possibility of obtaining permanent residence after studying in Canadian colleges

After studying college courses in Canada, depending on the province where you studied, there are different immigration methods to obtain permanent residence in Canada. For more information, visit the permanent residence page after studying in Canada.

In each of the 11 provinces of Canada, there are special conditions for obtaining residency after studying in Canadian courses. In some provinces, it is possible to obtain permanent residence immediately after continuing education, and in some other provinces, the applicant first receives a work permit and then a residence visa. In this regard, consult with Visa Mondial experts.

 

List of Canadian colleges in each province of Canada

 

  • Camosun College
  • College of New Caledonia
  • College of the Rockies
  • Douglas College
  • Langara College
  • Northwest Community College
  • North Island College
  • Northern Lights College
  • Okanagan College
  • Selkirk College
  • Vancouver Community College
  • British Columbia Institute of Technology BCIT College
  • Justice Institute of British Columbia
 
  • Algonquin College: Ottawa
  • Cambrian College: Sudbury
  • Canadore College: North Bay
  • Centennial College: Toronto
  • Collège Boréal (FR): Sudbury
  • Conestoga College: Kitchener
  • Confederation College: Thunder Bay
  • Durham College: Oshawa
  • Fanshawe College: London
  • Fleming College: Peterborough
  • George Brown College: Toronto
  • Georgian College: Barrie
  • Humber College: Toronto
  • Collège La Cité (FR): Ottawa
  • Lambton College: Sarnia
  • Loyalist College: Belleville
  • Mohawk College: Hamilton
  • Niagara College: Welland
  • Northern College: Timmins
  • St. Clair College: Windsor
  • St. Lawrence College: Kingston
  • Sault College: Sault Ste. Marie
  • Seneca College Toronto Seneca College Toronto
  • Sheridan College: Oakville
 
  • Carlton Trail Regional College
  • Cumberland College
  • Gabriel Dumont Institute
  • Great Plains College
  • Lakeland College
  • Luther College
  • Saskatoon Lutheran Theological Seminary
  • North West Regional College
  • Northlands College
  • Parkland College
  • Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies
  • Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology
  • Southeast Regional College
  • St. Andrew’s College
 
  • Assiniboine community college
  • Booth university college (private)
  • Manitoba institute of trades and technology
  • Red river college of applied arts, science and technology
 
  • Collège Acadie Î.-P.-É
  • Holland College
 
  • New Brunswick Community College
  • Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick
  • New Brunswick College of Craft and Design
  • Maritime College of Forest Technology
  • private occupational training institutions

 

  • Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC)

 

  • Sir Wilfred Grenfell College
  • College of the North Atlantic