Canadian Educational System

Canadian system is known for its flexibility and offers a wide variety of paths to the degree and career that you seek. We give you comprehensive end-to end support through the complex admission process at Canadian universities.

The academic year generally lasts nine months, and the majority of universities use a ‘semester’ system which divides the year into two equal periods.

There are four intakes a year for the majority of degree programs at university in Canada Anglophone.

In Canada Francophone, there are three sessions:

  1. – Autumn:  deadline February.
  2. – Winter:  deadline August.
  3. – Summer: deadline April

In Canada Anglophone, there are four sessions:

  1. – Autumn
  2. – Winter
  3. – Spring
  4. – Summer

If you do not have the required English proficiency for entry to a degree TOEFL IBT 61-80

For undergraduates, and IBT 69-90 for graduates, university-based ESL programs offer the best route to undergraduate or graduate-level study. The enrollments to these classes are open throughout the year. NO TOEFL required


During each semester, you will take a variety of courses, each of which is awarded a number of ‘credits.’ A credit is a unit of study. Most courses carry 3 credits, although varying amount of credit can be awarded for lectures, independent project work, laboratory time and internships. Universities usually expect students to complete:

  • 120-130 credit hours for an undergraduate degree
  • 30-64 credit hours for a Master’s degree