Universities in Canada set their own fees, and these vary depending on several factors: what program you’re studying, whether you are an international or home student, and whether you’re studying at undergraduate or postgraduate level. Tuition fees are currently most expensive in the province of Ontario.
For studying in Canada you need to join IELTS coaching which will cost around Rs. 5000 and the IELTS exam fees is Rs. 11300. Tuition fees for 1 year PG Diploma course is Rs. 8,25,000 and the living expenses for 1 year can cost Rs. 5,50,000. Also you need to consider the airfare. The Airfare from India to Canada approx. is Rs. 55,000. In order to study in Canada, you will need to obtain a Canadian study permit, which serves as a Canadian student visa for the duration of your stay. You do not need a Canadian study permit if your course or program lasts six months or less. Applying for a visa costs Rs. 8126. Thus the total cost comes to be Rs. 14,54,476.
You can also get financial assistance. Scholarships, grants and bursaries are available for international students wishing to study in Canada, at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. These include specific scholarships for sporting and academic achievement, and subject-specific scholarships.
Manyoffer their own scholarships, so you might also be able to apply for a scholarship offered exclusively by the university at which you plan to study. In all cases, it’s important to apply as early as possible as scholarship funding is limited and highly competitive. International applicants are also advised to research study abroad scholarship opportunities offered by organisations in their home country.