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  • Why Choose Us
  • Experience
    • As with most things, the more you know, the better you will be. The same goes for choosing an education and immigration consultant. We have extensive experience in guiding in selection of higher education institute with immigration case handling experience along with a list of satisfied customers.

  • Customer Care
    • Canada is multicultural and multi- ethnic nation same as its Immigration law. It requires sensitivity to the cultures, languages, customs and traditions of peoples from around the world. With our multi-lingual staff and our past experience in assisting immigrants from all over the world, we pride ourselves on our firms ‘multicultural sensitivity’. Whatever are your linguistic and cultural needs, we believe that we can rise to the challenge.

  • Services
    • Time is always a valuable commodity in educational and immigration services. Many of our clients are busy with their day-today activities such as business, job and other related work of the customers meaning simply too busy to initiate and follow through with their own immigration applications. At ACIC, we provide the necessary commitment of time to your immigration needs so you can spend your time on other matters.

  • Support
    • It is not easy to file and prepare for the application for immigration or educational visa. We support our customers in preparing the document and follow up with the agencies for all the required papers. We also support our customers after they land in Canada by providing them guidance on schooling, job, finance and Resident.

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  • The process of preparing the documentation, guiding at every step for the process was an amazing experience. I respect the commitment, dedication and their integrity. I will always recommend Arora Canadian Immigration Consultant Inc. to every student

    - David Lee – Hong Kong

  • We used the services of Arora Canadian Immigration Consultant Inc. to apply for permanent residence through the BC- PNP Program. Here is what we had to say "Fast working, always helpful with answering questions. We found them on our Google search and we selected them as Our family immigration consultant.

    - Devender Singh and his family – New Dehli


Since all Our Consultant are born and brought in India and Canada with pass out from around the world –class universities. We feel proud in sharing our knowledge and experience about education. Find information about studying abroad, universities, admission processes, tuition fees and how the education system works. You will also find information about other learning opportunities in further education.

Canada spends around 8 per cent of its gross domestic product on education and has a diversified education system, with public and private schools (‘school’ usually refers to everything from kindergarten to university) at all levels operating alongside one another.


Standards and requirements

Education in Canada is the responsibility of individual provinces and districts, therefore standards and requirements vary considerably from province to province and district to district. However, the federal government provides financial support for post-secondary education, adult occupational training and tuition in the two official languages. It’s also responsible for educating native Americans, armed forces personnel and their families, and inmates of prisons and other penal institutions.

Education in public primary and secondary schools is free, but parents must pay ‘student fees’ of between $5 and $100 per term for extra-curricular classes such as music and art. Most students attend public schools, although some 5 per cent attend private fee-paying schools, some of which are church-sponsored, parochial schools (usually Roman Catholic, although in some cities there are others, such as Muslim schools). Most public schools are mixed (co-educational) day schools. Private schools include day and boarding schools and are mostly mixed, although some are single sex. With the exception of some private schools, all education in Canada is non-denominational.

Formal education in Canada comprises three levels: elementary, secondary and higher education. Vocational training, adult education and special schools or classes (e.g. for gifted and handicapped children) also form part of the education programme in most provinces. Foreign families resident in Canada for a limited period may prefer to send their children to a private international school, where the organization and curriculum are similar to that of public schools, although the administration differs. In recent years, many parents concerned about a decline in public education have turned to private schools. Although the cost of private education is high, many parents consider it an acceptable price to pay, particularly if the outcome is a bachelors or master’s degree from a prestigious university. With the exception of most private and some parochial schools, school uniforms are rare in Canada.


Language of Instruction

The language of instruction in most Canadian schools is English, the exception being Quebec where it’s primarily French, although in some communities classes are provided in both languages. For children of Québécois citizens who attend an English primary school, there’s a publicly-supported English school system where English is the language of instruction. All other schools in Quebec teach in French and most children attend French schools irrespective of the language spoken at home. Each year some 30,000 migrant children enter Canada speaking neither English nor French and must start their education in special language units or special schools. If your children don’t speak English or French fluently, enquire whether English or French as a Second Language (ESL/FSL) classes are available or whether study is available in other languages. In some major cities children can be taught in foreign languages, e.g. in Vancouver some schools teach in Cantonese, Japanese, Korean and Punjabi.

Many provinces and communities provide schools or special classes for children with special educational needs, including those with emotional and behavioral problems, moderate and severe learning difficulties, communication problems, partial hearing or physical handicaps. There are also private schools in Canada catering for gifted and talented children, and most public schools have gifted and talented program.

There are 2 types of School in Canada Public School and Private School. The public school is government funded and private school is either of some organization or privately funded.


Higher education

Canadian universities educate more than 1.5 million students annually. They perform more than one-third of Canada’s research and development. And as a $30 billion enterprise, our universities generate economic wealth in communities across Canada.

Canada’s higher education institutions are diverse – varying in size, character and breadth of programs – and they’re located across the country.

Provinces and territories are responsible for all levels of education including universities. There is no federal ministry of education or formal accreditation system. Instead, membership in our association, coupled with the university’s provincial government charter, is generally deemed the equivalent.

These are the Universities located in British Columbia