Study in Canada


Ranked as the number one country to live in, Canada is one of the most popular academic destination for students. We at Ataner highly recommend our students to pursue their education Canada because of its cost-effectively and growth opportunities.

Why Study in Canada?

Academic Excellence:

Canada is renowned for its quality education systems in all areas of study. The universities in Canada offer both traditional and professional disciplines that help build student’s pragmatic understanding and also helps them develop skills. The university campuses range from large state universities to small private universities, all provide equal excellence when it comes to academics. Students also have the option to either take their courses in English or French. Top Canadian universities have also made it to the international university rankings due to their high standards, safety policy on campuses and academic excellence. At present, Canada is at the forefront of the 4th industrial revolution that aims to start an information technology revolution. It is an established fact that Canada has spent the most per capita of its GDP on education than any other country in the world.

Student Permit Flexibility:

Student permits are usually valid for the time period of student’s study program however, Canada offers an extra 90 days of student permit to students who are planning to extend their stay for several reasons. The extra 90 days provide students the opportunity to apply for jobs and helps them in building a possible career in Canada. Students who are required from a Canadian university to take up courses to get acceptance into the main program can get a student permit with a 1 year extension on their permit. Moreover, students who for any reason unable to complete their courses in given time period can also apply to extend their student permit.

PR and Immigration to Canada:

International students can also apply for a permanent residency and immigration to Canada. The PR takes up to 15-18 days to be completed within Canada. However, international students have to meet the minimum eligibility criteria of 67 points provided by the Canadian government.

Work while you Study:

Canada allows a 20 hours per week and 40 hours per week on vacation work to International students. Students can apply in various fields of industrial, research and development areas. For post-graduate students a Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP) is also offered on the completion of the degree for hands-on practical experience. The duration of the PGWPP depends on the duration of the course and other factors.


Multiculturalism in Canada is not just a “buzz word” but also an official policy adopted by the Canadian government during the 1970s and 1980s. The government of Canada is known to have instigated multiculturalism as an ideology because of its immigration policy since a very long time. Traditionally, being a country of immigrants, Canada is popular for its foreign and immigrant friendly environment. Almost all of the world’s major ethnic groups are represented in Canada in all walks of social life. International students especially find it quite convenient to settle in Canada due to this multiculturalism policy of the government. Students are able to connect through their local food, recreational activities, holidays in Canada despite being far away from home.

How we can help with your application

If you’re interested in studying in Canada, arrange a consultation with us and we can help guide you through the process of applying and studying in Canada.