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Canada admission for Nepali students

For admission in a Canadian college of university as a Nepali student, you can follow these steps. Firstly, select a suitable program for your academic goals and identify universities that offer the desired program. Next, review the intake periods for student enrolment, which generally occur during the Fall, Winter, or Spring terms. The next step for Canada admission for Nepali students requires you to contact us or simply visit the websites of your chosen universities to understand the application procedures, deadlines, and specific requirements for international applicants, paying close attention to any country-specific prerequisites.

After gathering this information, move on to the application phase. We can help you with the submission of your application. You can then pay the required application fee and ensure all necessary supporting documents are included. With your application submitted, anticipate the university's decision release. Should you be accepted, adhere to the stipulated deadline to confirm your admission.

Subsequently, as a Nepali student embark on the process of securing a Canada student visa. This necessitates providing evidence of acceptance from a Designated Learning Institution (DLI), which includes a formal letter of acceptance from your chosen university. Lastly, explore the various scholarship opportunities available to international students, aimed at assisting with the financial aspects of your chosen program. These scholarships can be both need-based and merit-based, providing a means to fund your education in Canada. With these steps your Canada admission from Nepal will be complete.

Generally, there are three different intakes in Canada for International Students; fall, winter and Summer Intake. Canada intake for international students is described below:
Intakes in Canada Starts inDetails about Study Intakes in Canada
Fall Intake
Primary Intake, Universities offer all the courses to international students.
Winter Intake
Secondary Intake, A large number of courses available for students who missed fall intake.
Spring Intake
Only Few Courses Available, Not all universities offer courses in Spring Intake.

Fall Intake in Canada

Duration: September, October, November, December

Fall Intake is also known as September Intake.

This intake includes the most number of institutes offering the largest number of seats available in all the courses, compared to the other two Intakes. It is the primary intake for the students who want to study in Canada.

Deadlines for September intake in Canada: Between December and March.

Winter Intake in Canada

Duration: January, February, March, April

Winter intake in Canada is also known as January Intake.

This intake can be considered as the continuation of the fall intake. A fewer number of institutes offer courses in winter intake compared to the fall intake.

Deadlines for January Intake Canada: Between September and November.
However, it varies from institute to institute.

Spring Intake in Canada

Duration: May, June, July, August

Spring intake in Canada or summer intake in Canada is also known as May Intake.

This is the least preferred intake of all the intakes in Canada that are available. Not many colleges offer a course during the spring session, and the ones that offer are very few. Students can still take the courses if they want to, but as said earlier, there are not many options to choose from.

Deadline for May Intake Canada: February.
However, the deadlines may vary from institution to institution.

Which intake should you apply for studying in Canada?

You should consider the following factors for it:
  1. Availability of your preferred course
  2. Acceptance rates
  3. Your academic records
  4. Availability of Job opportunities
  5. Your readiness to join the program.

When applying, it is equally important to take the following things into account:

  1. Time required for the offer letter processing.
  2. Time required for getting the formalities such as Biometric, Medical clearance and visa application submission.
  3. Time required for the processing of your visa application.


Due to the current COVID-19 situation, there may be slight changes in the beginning of the semester at most universities and colleges. We strongly advise you to apply as early as possible in order to avoid last minute hassles.

Why choose Edupark Asia
for your Canadian Dream?

Years of Experience

Our consultants have years of experience in providing the finest advising services for students interested in studying in Canada. All our consultants are CCEA graduates and offer ethical consultation to help you achieve your dream of studying in Canada.

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Vast Network of Universities and Colleges

We have strong connections or representation with most of the universities and colleges in Canada in almost all the provinces and you can choose to study your desired program at the choice of your higher education institution in Canada with us.|

High Visa Success rate

The experience from the applications we have handled and files more visa applications with the Canadian High Commission in the last 3 years has given Edupark Asia a huge and an unsurpassable lead. All Edupark Asia assisted students have the distinct advantage of gaining from this vast experience.