Bachelor’s Degree in Canada

What is a Bachelor's Degree?

A Bachelor’s or an undergraduate Degree in Canada entails a full-time study in one or many disciplines over a period of three to four years. The duration varies depending on the nature of the programme i.e. general/specialized and the province where it is being offered. Specialization in any particular subject earns the student an honours baccalaureate degree, and signifies a higher academic achievement level.

This degree empowers the student with academic, professional and personal knowledge and spans right from the study of arts, business, law, humanities, life sciences, social sciences, natural sciences to engineering and technology.

*A High School Diploma.

*Minimum 70% marks in Class 12 for seeking admission in a good university.

*IELTS: An overall score of 6.5 with no less than 6. Only a handful of options for those with a 5.5   score.

*Academic Transcripts: Mark sheets from Class 9 to 12


*Copy of passport

*Proof of Funds

*Letters of Recommendation (LORs)

*Statement of Purpose (SOP)


Canada offers international students a wide array of opportunities to work part-time both on-campus and off-campus, in accordance with specific requirements. This enables students to not just supplement their finances but also gain valuable exposure, experience and the confidence to thrive in a global competitive environment.

$13,000 to $20,000 per year  *All the costs are indicative

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