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To study in Canada from Nepal, the tuition fees for studying in some of the top Canadian colleges can vary. On average, for undergraduate degrees, the cost can range from CAD
To study in Canada from Nepal, the tuition fees for studying in some of the top Canadian colleges can vary. On average, for undergraduate degrees, the cost can range from CAD $12,000 to CAD $25,000. When it comes to postgraduate degrees, the cost typically falls between CAD $14,000 and CAD $35,000.
- An Offer Letter of Admission, which serves as proof of acceptance for Canadian immigration authorities.
- A Valid Passport as proof of identity.
- Proof of Funds, which can be provided in various formats:
- Opening a Canadian Bank Account in your name if you have transferred your funds to Canadian dollars.
- Obtaining a Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) from a Canadian financial institution.
- Proof of receiving a student or education loan from a bank.
- A bank draft that can be converted into Canadian dollars.
- Evidence of tuition and housing fee payments.
- A letter from the school or individual sponsoring your education.
- Proof of receiving a scholarship.
- An attestation of issuance of your Quebec Acceptance Certificate (CAQ), if you have applied to institutions in Quebec.
- A Letter of Explanation stating your reasons for studying in Canada and your understanding of your responsibilities as an international student.
For undergraduate students, a maximum gap of 2 years is generally allowed to study in Canada. For postgraduate students, a maximum gap of 5 years is typically accepted. However, university and program eligibility requirements regarding the gap period should also be considered.
If your study permit includes a condition allowing you to work on or off-campus, you may be permitted to work in Canada while studying. You must fulfill all other requirements. You can begin working as soon as you commence your studies in Canada.
The average living cost required for Nepali students is approximately CAD $10,000 for a 12-month period (excluding the cost of a spouse or any other dependent family member). When planning their stay in Canada, international students should consider the expenses associated with essential items that may need to be purchased.