What is Student Partners Program (SPP)?

Student Partners Program (SPP) is a joint project between Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s visa offices in India and the Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC). This program is only for Indian nationals. There is separate checklist for SPP, which is more simplified version and further makes visa process simpler.

How can Take Off Educational Consultants help me?

Take Off Educational Consultants has been counseling and assisting students to study at Australia, UK, USA, Canada, France and other Countries since the 8 years.

Take Off Educational Consultants has trained counselors who have got experience and expertise to assist students. All our offices provides students with...

  • Free counseling and information on various courses and institutions - guidance is provided as to which courses and institutes students should apply to as per their previous qualification, career goals and interest.
  • Admission Application Assistance
  • Visa Guidance and assistance with Visa Procedure, including preparation for visa interviews
  • Travel and Accommodation arrangement
  • Pre-departure Orientation
  • Procuring Residential Facilities with Indians for students going abroad

It is a one-stop shop for any student looking at studying abroad.

Education in Canada is highly subsidised and very cost effective as compared to other Countries. There are very few scholarships at the undergraduate level, although some universities do offer full scholarships & partial entrance scholarships that are pri

Yes, most universities and colleges have an application fee that can vary from CDN$30 - $250. These fees must be submitted in the form of a Canadian Dollar draft or paid via a credit card along with the application.

How is the ranking of the Canadian institutes done?

There is no official or recognized ranking for educational institutions in Canada. Most educational institutions in Canada are publicly funded and provide quality education with worldwide recognition and acceptance.

When are the intakes for Canada?

January and September. For Universities, the primary intake is in September / Fall Session, although very few do allow for a January / Winter Session intake. For Colleges, there are usually 3 intakes in a year: September; January; May.

When can I start my admission procedure?

Atleast 6 or 7 months before the intake.

Is IELTS compulsory for admission?

Yes, it is highly recommended that you appear for either IELTS / TOEFL.

Which documents I need to submit for admission?

10th, 12th, Graduation (all years), Biodata, IELTS/ TOEFL Marksheet, SOP and Transcripts.

Do I need to submit true copies?

Yes. True copy has to be done by Public Notary.

I am a fresh Graduate can I pursue Masters in Canada?

No. Master Degree requires 5 to 6 years of work experience.

How many hours can I work while studying?

20 hours per week and full time during vacation.

Are there scholarships / loans available to international students?

Education in Canada is highly subsidised and very cost effective as compared to other Countries. There are very few scholarships at the undergraduate level, although some universities do offer full scholarships & partial entrance scholarships that are primarily based on your academic performance. There are many more opportunities for scholarships at the graduate (MA) and post-graduate (PhD) level. Apart from these Indian students can also avail of scholarships offered by Indian education trusts & bodies.