Get a degree
in Canada and build an international career

We'll provide you with a personal advisor to select the best university and submit an application for a scholarship
Univibes is an international community of advisors
Our advisors already study at universities in Europe, the USA, and Asia and know everything there is to know about getting into the university. They'll take on most of the work themselves.
Choosing scholarships
We evaluate your experience and choose programs that have the highest chances of being able to provide you with funding
Document preparation
We help you prepare the documents you need and to make sure your application is filled in correctly
Motivational letters
We'll explain how to state your motivation for every higher educational institution and fund and help you prepare for interviews
With you every step of the way
Every client will be accompanied by an advisor with experience studying and living in your target country
Interviews with students, live broadcasts, scholarships - everything about universities abroad on our Instagram @univibes.global
6 reasons to choose a Canadian university
You can study new and sought-after subjects that meet modern requirements
Constant communication with native speakers will increase your English or French level to C1-C2
High quality of education and practice-oriented training will give you an advantage in the labor market
You can apply for a visa online
You can find work in an international company and increase your income
There are scholarships that cover your expenses in full
More about going to university in Canada
Deadlines for submitting applications for academic year 2022-23
The deadline to apply for most Bachelor's programs with a scholarship in autumn 2022 is December 2021. The deadline to apply for Master's programs at Canadian universities in Autumn 2022 is January or February 2022. There are no deadlines to apply for PhD programs, unless you also want a state scholarship.
Best study locations
The most popular provinces to go to university are British Columbia and Ontario, where two major cities in Canada are located — Vancouver and Toronto. We also want to highlight Quebec, as little attention is often paid to it. Quebec is a bilingual province, and Montreal is the second-largest city in Canada after Toronto. There are plenty of English-language programs in Quebec if you don't know French. It's also worth noting that studying here is much cheaper than in other Canadian provinces.

Canadian universities and colleges offer a wide array of programs, such as business, finance, marketing, medicine, engineering, education, law, graphic design, directing, among others. Scholarships at each university can be allocated best on your subject, increasing the chance that you will receive one.

One of the most substantial advantages of studying in Canada is the chance to receive a residence permit when you graduate from a Canadian university. You will also have permission to work after graduating from 1 to 3 years with a so-called Post-Graduation Work Permit. This option allows graduates to receive invaluable experience working at Canadian organizations with prospects of soon receiving permanent residence in Canada.
Scholarship options
There are many state scholarship programs in Canada, but the most famous ones are the Study in Canada Scholarship (for citizens of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Azerbaijan) for candidates looking to study on 1-2-year programs, and also the Vanier Graduate Scholarship (for all countries) for studying on PhD programs.

Scholarships from universities that partially or wholly cover the cost of tuition are more common. Each scholarship has its own deadline.

There are also organizations that provide tuition loans for up to 10 years for people who have been admitted to a Canadian university. Loans are between $2000 and $25,000, with only an 11% interest rate.

Some scholarships that you can apply for include:

PEO INTERNATIONAL PEACE SCHOLARSHIP Official site
Vanier Graduate Scholarship Official site
Karen Millen Leader of Tomorrow Award Official site
SGS International Tuition Scholarship Official site
Affiliated Fellowships Master's Program Official site
Documents required for admission
To get into university in Canada, you'll need:

1. A filled out online application for a university program
2. A passport for foreign travel
3. A certificate confirming knowledge of English (IELTS Academic, TOEFL iBT etc. If you have studied at an English language university before, you don't need to pass a language test)
4. A résumé with full details of work experience, internships, volunteer work, additional courses and certificates, and information about your previous education
5. A SAT/ACT test (for a Bachelor's), GRE/GMAT (for Master's and PhD)
6. A motivation letter (you may need more than one if you are applying for a scholarship too)
7. 2-3 letters of recommendation
8. If you apply for a Master's in Finance, then results in the initial ACCA or CFA exams will be of use
9. If you are applying for a creative subject, then you also need a portfolio
10. If you are applying for a PhD program, then you need a research proposal
11. The application fee for most Canadian universities is around 100-150 CAD, whereas colleges are 95 CAD.
Cost of living
Cost of living in Canada depends directly on the town or city of study. For example, the most expensive cities are Vancouver and Toronto. On average, expenses are usually 1500 CAD per month (including housing, food, transport). Expenses in Montreal are around 1000-1200 CAD per month. Living, food, and transport in cities in other provinces are much cheaper.

It's worth noting that foreign students in Canada spend around 1500 CAD on medical insurance every year.
Which universities can I be admitted to?
There are about 200 universities and colleges in Canada that accept international students for their programs.

The most popular Canadian universities are:
And also around 100 colleges with certificates, diplomas, Bachelor's and postgraduate education.
Language requirements
The majority of programs in Canadian institutions are taught in English. However, programs in Quebec are often taught in French, as Quebec is a francophone province.
Cost of tuition
Education in Canada is considered more accessible compared to the US, and starts from 9000 CAD. The cost depends on a number of criteria, the type of educational institution (college or university, private or public), the province or city, and the rating and popularity of the program.
Student visa
Foreign students, as a rule, require a student visa, or rather a study permit.

After receiving an invitation from a university and paying for a deposit or applying for finance, the process for applying for a study permit can begin. One large advantage of applying for a Canadian visa is that the process is done online. All application documents are submitted online. After applying for a visa online, students just need to go to the nearest Canadian visa center to give their biometric data (photograph and fingerprints).

Applications for a study permit are usually considered for 4-8 weeks. Once your application is approved, the Canadian consulate will send the passport, and the student will receive an entry visa to Canada within a week. According to this type of visa, students have the right to work while they study for up to 20 hours a week, and 40 hours during the holidays.
COVID-19 pandemic
Despite the situation with the pandemic, Canada is being especially flexible in accepting applications for universities, as well as considering visa applications. You can apply for all programs running in 2021, including even the January semester.

Studies in 2021 are expected to take place entirely on campus, and parts of courses will be held online to minimize risks associated with COVID-19. When you receive your visa, you have the right to travel to Canada for study unhindered, but you need to spend 2 weeks in quarantine.

However, the situation with pandemics is changing rapidly, therefore you should keep track of the rules of entry on the website of the Canadian consul and embassy in your country or region.
Checklist. Is Univibes right for you?
Yes, if you are agree with at least one of the following statements:
I want to start my own business
or work in a large company
I've finished school/university and want to continue my studies abroad
I'm planning to emigrate by studying abroad or become a citizen of the world
I want to go to a foreign university
in academic year 2022-23
Being admitted to a Canadian university requires three steps
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We'll confirm the contract and assign you an advisor with a similar course of specialization.
They'll analyze your profile and choose 10 study programs and scholarships.
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You'll choose 5 study programs and up to 3 scholarships. Your advisor will help you prepare a set of documents, and will advise you and answer your questions.
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We'll send the documents and wait for the results. You'll choose a university that has accepted you and apply for a visa.
Choose service
Evaluate your chances - consultation
An hour-long consultation with an academic counselor to evaluate your chances and help build a winning application strategy
$90
Full Support

$3400
You work individually with an academic counselor who guides you through the whole application process from choosing 5 academic programs and 3 scholarships to actual university admission
Scholarship Application
$1500
We help you apply for a fully funded scholarship program and maximize your chance of winning one
Program List
$540
We craft a list of university programs and scholarships custom-tailored to your interests, qualifications, goals, and budget
Together all the way

You work individually with an academic counselor who guides you through the whole application process from choosing 5 academic programs and 3 scholarships to actual moving abroad (visa process and accommodation search)
$4500
Together all the way
You will be working with a dedicated academic counselor who will navigate, support, and accompany you throughout the whole application process for 5 university programs and 3 scholarships and assist you in getting a student visa and searching for accommodation
$4500
You receive the questionnaire and fill it in within 1-2 working days. This is where a counselor identifies your background, strengths, weaknesses, and goals. Then, you will be assigned a counselor who will present the best-fitting study programs and scholarships for you
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You will choose 5 programs and 3 scholarships and proceed to the application preparations with your counselor
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Your counselor will prepare and format templates of motivational letters, letters of recommendation, and a CV for you. You will submit university applications together with a counselor who will ensure everything is filled in correctly
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*we provide a guarantee. If a client doesn't get accepted into a university, we will help re-apply next year and won't charge for the service
Your counselor will help you prepare all the documents and applications for a students visa and find accommodation
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Evaluate your chances - counsultation
Includes:
  • detailed consultation with an academic counselor
  • evaluation of your chances
  • recommendations on the application strategy
$90
You receive the questionnaire and fill it in within 1-2 working days. This is where a counselor identifies your background, strengths, weaknesses, and goals
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Within 7 working days after submitting the questionnaire, a manager assigns an academic counselor to you
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A meeting with your academic counselor over Google Meet. This consultation is for discussing your goals, identifying your stregths, and building a strategy for your best pathway to a successful application outcome
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Scholarship Application
Academic counselor will navigate, support, and accompany you throughout the application process for big scholarships. This plan is suitable for big scholarships: Erasmus Mundus, DAAD, Chevening, Fulbright, GKS, Swedish Institute Scholarship for Global Professionals, MEXT, and Bayhost. It includes:
$1500
dedicated academic counselor

targeted selection of 3 universities within a scholarship program

application strategy development

CV formatting

help with writing motivation letters (up to 4)

help with writing recommendation letters (up to 3)

interview preparation
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  • Erasmus Mundus Scholarship Application - $1700
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Program List
A list of university programs custom-tailored to your interests, qualifications, goals, and budget. This plan includes 2 detailed consultations with an academic counselor
$540
university and specific program names

direct links to online program pages

duration and start dates

admissions info

language of instruction

requirements

tuition fee and application fee
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*Рассрочка от Тинькофф доступна только для граждан РФ. Для граждан Беларуси, Украины, Казахстана предоставляем рассрочку от компании.
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Full Support
You will be working with a dedicated academic counselor who will navigate, support, and accompany you throughout the whole application process for 5 university programs and 3 scholarships
$3400
You receive the questionnaire and fill it in within 1-2 working days. This is where a counselor identifies your background, strengths, weaknesses, and goals. Then, you will be assigned a counselor who will present the best-fitting study programs and scholarships for you
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You will choose 5 programs and 3 scholarships and proceed to the application preparations with your counselor
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Your counselor will prepare and format templates of motivational letters, letters of recommendation, and a CV for you. You will submit university applications together with a counselor who will ensure everything is filled in correctly
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*we provide a guarantee. If a client doesn't get accepted into a university, we will help re-apply next year and won't charge for the service
Top 5 scholarships
for foreign students

When choosing financing, we take many things into consideration, including field, target country, average mark, gender, age, work experience, internships, and participation in volunteer programs.
CA$50,000 per year for 3 years
CA$12,500 per year
Karen Millen Leader of Tomorrow Award
SGS International Tuition Scholarship CA$ 17 000
University of Toronto Scholar Award - CA$ 25000-45000 в год
Advisors who have studied on a grant in Canada
Svetlana
She completed a Master's degree at the University of Toronto Mississauga with an International Scholar Award scholarship.

She studied Management and Professional Accounting (MMPA).
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