What about the studies in Canada?Is there any other apart from IELTS?

Asked by Sai Kalyan about 1 year ago

Answers 1
Japjyot Singh

Japjyot Singh

Study Abroad Expert

Hey, choosing Canada as your study abroad option is a brilliant call. Nowadays, Canada is the most popular country for higher education. It is widely regarded as the ideal destination for international students. The Canadian government is working hard to ensure that Indian students who are about to leave the country for further studies in Canada receive their visas on time. To pursue higher education in this amazing country, it is necessary to understand the Eligibility and Admission Requirements for UG and PG courses in Canada. Since you haven't mentioned the stream of the course that you want to pursue in Canada, let me provide you with an overview of the eligibility criteria for different courses in Canada:

Bachelor's Degree:
Transcripts from high school and a 70% in math in 12th grade
Certificate in IELTS/TOEFL/French Evaluation Test (TEF)
Application Form Online
Evidence of funds
Updated statement of purpose
Master's Degree:
In Canada, a graduation degree is equivalent to a bachelor's degree.
GMAT/GRE score
TOEFL or IELTS score
Recommendation Letter
Purpose Statement
In Canada, a graduation degree is equivalent to a bachelor's degree.
GMAT or GRE score, depending on the university Work Experience of a specific period, is also dependent on the university to which you apply
A minimum IELTS/TOEFL or PTE score 
The obvious question that arises now is regarding the application process, so here let me simplify it for you:

Select your preferred university and programme.
Check the university's website for application deadlines.
Complete the online application form.
Attach the required documents to your application, such as college transcripts, letters of recommendation, SOP, and IELTS/TOEFL.
Wait for your DLI's acceptance letter.
Apply for your student visa (Visa).
Now let me list down the documents required so that you can prepare accordingly:

Letter of Acceptance by DLI
Letter of Explanation
Certificat d’acceptation du Québec
Canadian Study Permit
Proof of English Proficiency
Proof of Funds
Immigration Medical Exam
Police Certificate
Statement of Purpose
Guaranteed Investment Certificate
If you don't want to sit for the IELTS exam, you can also aim for the following tests to go to Canada:


In my opinion, I would suggest you sit for the IELTS exam. To get a FREE online IELTS class, you can check out the IELTS Test Prep Section here. It consists of section-wise resources curated by Study Abroad Experts and Top School Alumni so that you can ace your IELTS. Let me know if you need any other information from my end.


Have another Question?
Get Answers from Experts within 12 hours