Application process for Canada
Canada has two Intakes. The major intake is in September which is the Fall intake. The Minor intake is during January and May which be the Winter and summer intake.
For UG and PG courses in Universities, the application should start 12 months in advance and students can apply online through university websites.
After you have identified your desired universities, you can find out details about the admission requirements and the application process from the university website. Each university entails varying processes. You can consider the following details –
The eligibility criteria of the universities in Canada are completely different from one another and will assess you on an individual basis. However, you need to be a graduate from a secondary & undergraduate education with good academic standing to be eligible to apply for masters.
Each university requires you to supply official documents such as transcripts from secondary and post-secondary academics. Each document that are submitted need to be in English or French.
International students must demonstrate their proficiency in either English or French, depending upon the university/universities they aim to apply to. Many universities also have an application criterion to present a minimum score in a standardized language test like IELTS. There are a host of Canadian programs that you can enroll in to gain the desired level of proficiency.
Application process vary by university. In some cases, students can apply through a central application service. In others, the university allows direct application on their website. It is advisable to apply to more than one university in case you aren’t admitted to the first choice.
Deadline for each university vary. Before applying, keep in mind the Visa requirements & deadline to ensure you don’t miss out on anything and refer to the various intakes of Canadian universities.