Canada consistently ranks as one of the best countries in the world and is currently the #1 country for quality of life. Study in Canada, and you’ll receive an internationally recognized education from some of the top educators and academics in the world.
Canada fast facts
-36.3 million people
-250 ethnic origins
-6.4 million people speak an immigrant language
-60+ Aboriginal languages
-10 provinces and 3 territories
-243,000 km of coastline – the world’s longest
-3 oceans surrounding
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Canada is a bilingual country, which makes studying here an excellent opportunity to develop your language skills and boost your prospects for an interesting career. Coursework in French and English is an integral part of Canada’s educational system, which enriches its cultural and community life.
After studying abroad in Canada, you may want to make your permanent home there. Applicants need to have graduated with a degree and have one year of work experience can apply for a permanent residence. After that, you can make your temporary trip to Canada a permanent way of life.
International students can work up to 20 hours per week during their studies and 40 hours per week during vacation. They can earn approximately C$ 8 - C$ 10 per hour. Students can work full time off campus during co-op terms and can earn approximately C$ 10 - C$ 15 per hour, amounting to C$ 400 to C$ 1,000 per month.
Canada’s post-secondary campuses are not only wired with the latest in sophisticated technology, but also offer countless other modern amenities for the students to enjoy. From Olympic-quality sports facilities to public concert halls and art galleries, Canada’s post-secondary campuses offer enormous possibilities for learning and leisure.
Essay/s or study plan(if required)
English proficiency certificate(IELTS or TOEFL)
High School Transcript (Grade 9-12)
Grade 10 and 12 National exams
Essay/s or study plan(if required)
English proficiency certificate(IELTS or TOEFL)
Bachelor Transcript/ Student copy / Grade report
Degree Certificate/ tempo.
➖Study gap from high school graduation must not exceed 5 years.
➖You must have completed 12th Grade or be a graduating batch by the time of application.
➖If you are a Graduating batch (12th Grade), You are required to get letter from the Your school about your expected graduation date, and Transcript so far.
➖You must have completed your undergraduate studies or be a graduating batch at the time of application.
➖You are required to settle/Pay fees for cost sharing (previous study fees) if there is any, and provide us official student copy documents.
➖Graduating batch students are required to get a letter from their university which confirm their expected graduation date and CGPA.
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🔘International students can work 20 hours a week during school semesters and Full time During school breaks.
🔘As stated on your study permit holder, you may be able to work on-campus or off-campus without getting a work permit.
🔘You can work off-campus, if, You are enrolled to designated learning institute, started your study, your study programs leads to a degree and you applied for social insurance number.
⚠️Working more than 20 hours per week During study time is a violation of your study permit conditions. You can lose your student status for doing this, and may not be approved for a study or work permit in the future. You may also have to leave the country.
Some of the part-time student jobs in Canada are: bookkeeper , customer service assistant , office assistant, restaurant and during summer1 breaks you will have the opportunity to find temporary jobs at: festivals ,camps , concerts , holiday venues,Online Tutoring. Participate in Market Research. Proofreader. Social Media Manager , Data Entry Online Jobs and Freelance Writer.
how much can you earn?
The average part time for students salary in Canada is $35,100 per year or $18 per hour. Entry level positions start at $29,250 per year while most experienced workers make up to $68,250 per year.
Working after you complete your study program
After you complete your study program, there are ways you may be able to work full-time:
If you already applied for a work permit ,You can work full-time if you meet all of these requirements:
✔️You were already able to work off campus during your studies
✔️You applied for a work permit or post-graduation work permit (PGWP) before your study permit expired
✔️You’re waiting for a decision on your work permit application
Step 1: Understand the Requirements
Successfully applying to a Canadian education institution requires an understanding of different requirements for schools and the courses they offer.
Ideally, you should start your canada study process a year inadvance. Common requirements for all universities and institutions include a valid passport, proficiency in either English or French along with proof of passing prescribed language tests with minimum grades/bands, and your academic transcripts.
Step 2: Choose your Course and Institution
The first step towards choosing an institution is to ascertain its status as a Designated Learning Institution. Only DLIs can admit foreign students. You can find list of DLI with the following link https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/study-canada/study-permit/prepare/designated-learning-institutions-list.html
Step 3: Take the Language Proficiency Test
In order to successfully gain entry into Canada, every international student will have to prove proficiency in English or French. IELTS is the preferred test for proficiency in English, with some institutions also accepting the Cambridge English: Advanced or TOEFL exam score. a few Canadian universities accept English certificate from ethiopian ministry of education confirming english language is medium of instruction at secondary schools of ethiopia
Inorder to widen your selection, it is always preferred to take english proficiency tests. Contact with us to book english proficiency exam tests and get preparation materials
Step 4: Apply to Universities
Once you confirm your interest, submit your documents and paid application fee, the university will send an acceptance letter, which plays a significant role in the formalities ahead.
Step 5: Apply for a Study Permit
Now that you have an institution ready to admit you, it is time to apply for the Canada Study Permit. You can apply online or visit your local visa application centre. to apply online You must have valid credit or debit card to pay with. The visa application center in addis ababa is VFS GLOBAL CANADA VISA APPLICATION CENTER which is around bambis area.
Step 6: Travel Time
Once the application has been processed the immigration officer will decide upon your study permit application. If accepted, it is now time to start planning your travel to Canada.
Your permit will have a start date, which is the date from which the permit comes into force. Keep in mind that you won’t be permitted to enter Canada before this date. Plan your travel accordingly.
Most dormitories come furnished, and are an ideal way to become involved in campus activities and meet other students. Average cost of residence/dormitory rooms: $3,000 - $7,500 CDN per school year
Many newcomers choose to rent an apartment on a monthly basis. Rental costs vary across cities and across Canada. They usually cost less outside large cities.
You will likely pay at least $350 a month to rent a room. You can pay at least $2,000 a month to rent a larger apartment or a large house. An immigrant-serving organization where you plan to settle can help you find a home that you can afford.
If you buy
If you want to buy a house, you will probably need to get a mortgage. Banks and other lending institutions give mortgage loans. They decide whether you have enough income, enough assets (things you own) and a good credit rating. Most banks will ask you to pay at least 10% of the cost of the house from your own money.
Health insurance in Canada for international students varies from location to location, and it also depends upon the insurance firm. As per the Canada Insurance Plan, the average yearly premium for obtaining a health insurance ranges from $600 CAD to $900 CAD.
Food will be a basic expense. Costs will depend on the size of your family. This cost can double if you often eat in restaurants or choose to buy specialty items. On average a person spends CAD 200 each month for meal and gorceries.
Clothing expenses may be less than 10% of your take-home pay. Second-hand shops sell used clothing and furniture at very low cost.
Depending upon the distance a student is traveling, there are many ways to get around in Canada. For local traveling, you may find bus, subways, taxis or bicycle, even walk would help for a short distance. Though private transport is also an option, it is quite expensive when compared with public transport and can drastically differ the cost of living in Canada when chosen as the primary mode of transport. A student might spend about 80 CAD/month for public transport uses.
Study Permit Application Documents
➖Acceptance letter from Designated learning institutes of canada
➖A valid passport or travel document
Online applicants are required to upload a copy of the information page of your passport, once approved you will send your original passport.
➖ Two recent passport-size photos
The name and date of birth of the person should be written on the back of each photo.
➖Proof of financial support
You must prove that you can support yourself, and the family members who come with you, while you are in Canada.
You can prove your funds with
✔️Proof of a student or education loan from a bank(IF ANY)
✔️your bank statements for the past 4 months, or a bank statement of your sponsor along with their letter of consent( affidavit)
✔️a bank draft that can be converted to Canadian dollars
✔️proof you paid tuition and housing fees
Minimum funds you have to show needed to support yourself as a student is 10,000 CAD + Your first year tuition fee.
You can also provide additional documents of assets in ethiopia, I.e Vehicle registration certificate..
➖Letter of explanation/ study plan/ motivation letter
This letter helps the visa officer to understand you and your goals. It explains why you want to study in Canada and that you understand your responsibilities as a student
➖Police clearance certificate: a certificate showing if there you have any criminal record
➖ Medical certificate
You can either get your medical exam before or after you apply for a student permit. This is to make sure you’re not inadmissible for medical reasons. The physical examination should be carry out from the following institution
City: Addis Ababa
Name: IOM Addis Ababa
Address: Bole Kefle Ketema,,
Meseret Defar Road, Behind Millennium Hall,
➖Study permit application 150 CAD
➖Bio metric cost 80 CAD
You may also pay third party fees such as medical check fee and Police clearance fee.
Study Permit Details
➖Study permit is a document issued that allows foreign nationals to study at designated learning institutions (DLI) in Canada. Ethiopian students need a study permit to study in Canada.
➖Your study permit is not a visa. It doesn’t let you enter Canada. You may also need a visitor visa or an electronic travel authorization (eTA). If your study permit is approved, eta will also be issued with your study permit.
➖A study permit is usually valid for the length of your study program, plus an extra 90 days. The 90 days let you prepare to leave Canada or apply to extend your stay.