Is it possible like we take addmission in one year of any diploma or degree.. Nd after that can we take addmission for masters in Canada.. without getback jn home country if yes what's the process?

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Masters in Canada is a 1-2 year postgraduate program offered as an academic or a professional degree. An MS in Canada is either a course-based program or a thesis-based program for higher studies in Canada. However, there are some Canadian universities offering it as a mixture of two. The average tuition fee for graduate studies in Canada ranges from 20,000 CAD to 30,000 CAD annually. For Indian students, the cost of Canada Universities for MS ranges from INR 11.11 lakhs to 16.6 lakhs.  

Application deadlines of the Canadian Universities for MS course is October – January to submit the applications; the admission is finalized by May. You will need to have a 4-year bachelor’s degree (65%-86% aggregate), 6.5 or more IELTS score, GRE scores (required for top universities), and LORs to get admission to MS courses in Canada. After MS in Canada, you can look from a pool of Jobs in Canada and make an average annual salary of 169,000 CAD (INR 93 lakhs). 

Students pursuing masters in Canada are awarded the qualification of Masters of Science (MSc) or Masters of Arts (MA). Apart from these, students also have options for specialist master's degrees such as Master of Fine Arts (MFA), Master of Engineering (MEng), MBA in Canada and others. Pursuing any of these degrees. The costs of each type of master's course will vary drastically depending on where you wish to study. There are plenty of MS in Canada Scholarships to help you pay tuition fees and cost of living. 

Eligibility for Masters in Canada
 A majority of the universities in Canada require the applicant to have 16 years of education – a four-year Bachelor’s degree. However, there are certain exceptions. I have discussed this later in this post.

In terms of academic requirements, you need to have a minimum GPA of 3 on a scale of 4. So, roughly, that will be 65 – 70% or CGPA 7.0 – 7.5 in Indian standards. Read How to Convert Indian CGPA and Percentage to 4.0-Scale GPA for Canada & USA.

The top universities, however, require a minimum of 75 – 78%, and a lot of emphases is given to the last two years (3rd & 4th years).


Many universities also ask for GRE/GMAT requirements. So, you need to check the exact eligibility criteria at the university/department websites.


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