Gist: School Fees almost 75% off in Canada? Yes for a Permanent Resident  (Read 1120 times)

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So you want to study in Canada, you want that fine education for yourself but the money feels big, actually it is big - when you see 16000 CAD, or 25000 CAD for tuition and not even sure how to live outside tuition? Let me guess, you move to the next best thing you have heard people talk about - scholarships, you search and keep searching and you get frustrated.

Well, My idea to you today is to chase Permanent Residency in Canada, After that, you life earns 3 new points
1. You get to live Canada as a PR and be a Citizen of the world like we jokingly say
2. You can now get into any school for almost 75% the initial price for International students, with more scholarship benefits
3. And lastly, You don't even now need to have money to go to school, The Government can borrow you the money to go, no need to work for 8 years before starting - Get funded, Start and pay back later after you become the GURU.

Read our Beginners Guide on how to Migrate to Canada as a Permanent Resident here

Here’s the big difference between studying in Canada as a permanent resident and studying as an international student: as a permanent resident, you pay the same low tuition rates as Canadian citizens. In the eyes of the government and educational institutions, you are effectively already Canadian when it comes to education within Canada. The government is willing to pay most of your costs.

Though they also receive a quality education in Canada, international students aren’t so lucky when it comes to tuition fees (even though it will probably still work out cheaper than studying in another country).

So, if you want study science at the University of British Columbia as a Canadian permanent resident, for example, you will pay just over $5,000 per year in tuition fees, rather than the nearly $38,000 per year you would have had to pay before you became a permanent resident.

Want to study Psychology at the University of Toronto? That’s just under $7,000 per year as a permanent resident, rather than $45,000-50,000 per year as an international student.

Similar differences exist across a range of study programs and in practically every university and college across Canada.

Here are some useful tools to help you compare different study programs in Canada:

    Schoolfinder.com
    StudyinCanada.com
    TopUniversities.com


 

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