Q.1) Is Canada expensive for Indian students?
Canada is costlier than India. Even more so as an international student. However, you have a lot of part-time job opportunities in Canada to fit your pocket money and regular expenses. Besides the financial factor, Canada has been ranked #2 for having the highest quality of life in a list of best countries. Balance your finances, and you are good to go and live the good life.
Q.2) What are the best part-time jobs in Canada for an Indian student?
A teaching or library assistant job for an Indian student in Canada has been a popular choice for a long time. These jobs pay well, CAD$20-30 per hour. Furthermore, these jobs are on-campus and help save transportation costs.
Q.3) Which city is best for a part-time job in Canada for Indian students?
Canada is a country booming with fresh job opportunities. Each city has its own unique life and quality of work. However, some major cities that offer significant part-time job opportunities for Indian students in Canada are Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa, and Quebec.
Q.4) How to get PR in Canada for Indian students?
Canada PR requirements for international students include the following:
- Fill out the forms based on the requirement
- Gather the required documents for the stay
- Get the medical checkup and police verification papers ready.
- You will receive a confirmation message of your Permanent residence status and a Confirmation of your Permanent Residence card.
One also needs to get a NOC (No Objection Certificate) about their level of skills.
You can apply to some of the top PR schemes in Canada, such as the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), Canadian Experience Class (CEC), Provision Prominent Programs, and Quebec Experience Class (QEC).
Q.5) What are the scholarships to study in Canada for Indian students?
Some popular scholarship programs in Canada for Indian students are The Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) Programme, Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships, Lester B. Pearson International Scholarship Program, and University British Columbia International Student Scholarship.