Canada, for Nepalese students:
Well known for its natural resources, diverse culture, welcoming people, and a high standard of living, Canada is one of the leading destinations in the world for international students. A large portion of Nepalese students that are aspiring to study in a foreign country prefers choosing Canada as their destination.
List Of Best Courses in Canada
IT & Computer Science
Health, Biosciences (Biotechnology), & Pharmacy
Media & Journalism
The Total Cost to Study in Canada from Nepal
Average annual fee
Undergraduate courses C$12,000 – 25,000 Per year
Postgraduate courses C$18,000 – $27,000 Per year
PhD courses C$7,000 – $18,000 Per year
Living Expenses in Canada
First family member CAN$4,000
Every additional accompanying family member CAN$3,000
You need these documents to apply for a study permit:
proof of acceptance,
proof of identity,
proof of financial support,
Proof of acceptance:
Your school must send you a letter of acceptance. Include the original or electronic copy of your letter with your study permit application.
Proof of identity
When applying for your study permit, you and each family member who comes with you to Canada must have,
a valid passport or travel document
Online applicants: Upload a copy of the information page of your passport when you apply online.
If you’re approved, you must then send us your original passport.
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
your bank statements for the past 4 months
a bank draft that can be converted to Canadian dollars
proof you paid tuition
Minimum funds needed to support yourself as a student (and family members who come with you):
Letter of explanation
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
You should include this letter if you decide to apply for a study permit, even if you don’t have to get a study permit for your program.