Thank you Bro,
I have aware of consultancy, how they target the candidate. My academic is not in proper and have some issue with and it made me to reach consultancy. I could not post it here, could it possible to query you in watsapp. I'm looking for software coarse. I have finished my MCA 2010 Pass out, and since from then I'm working. Your help will be highly appreciated.
Thanks in advance
I'm looking for a course which is related to information technology and with a semester fees cost should be in my budget. I have work experience as a software engineer in one of the MNC.
1) I am not a "Bro" - I am a lady, as my username indicates.
2) I am not an education consultant or expert and I do not do Whatsapp with random people from the internet.
3) If your grades aren't very good, it's not likely that you'd get a spot on a course in Canada (I am assuming you are looking for a university degree program, yes?) as you would be competing with all of the interested Canadian students applying to the program as well as any other International Students who might also apply.
It's not enough to apply to a university in Canada, one must be accepted to a program of study. There are prerequisites to be met for admission to the university (English or French language ability [depending on the province/university] - this is applicable to all applicants) and once the prerequisites are met, the applicants with the highest grades get priority consideration for admission over those with lower grades.
There are IT type courses out there that you could probably get into but they're more short term and for professional development than anything that might have the potential to lead to Permanent Residence. Even at that, having executed a Student Visa does not automatically entitle you to stay in Canada - you have to apply and be approved for an appropriate Settlement type visa.
4) It's very expensive for Canadian students to go to school in Canada. For International Students, it's even more so... you should expect to pay two to three times more in tuition fees as an International Student than a Canadian student. You do not qualify for Canadian Student loans and your ability to work in Canada on a Student Visa won't earn you enough money to live on and go to school - you will have a maximum number of hours per week you'll be allowed to work, on campus jobs will be hard to come by (more applicants than jobs) and potential employers have the right to refuse to hire you just because you're on a Student Visa.
Have a look at this discussion in regards to applying for a Study Permit. There are links about seeing if you are eligible to apply for a Study Permit and the ways in which you can apply to stay in Canada after you finish your studies.