Canada has a transparent, accessible visa application process for International Students. Once you have been accepted at a Canadian university, you can start applying for a Canadian student visa.
By studying in Canada, you will be securing your path to a better future. But to secure that future, you have to keep your study permit up to date. If your Study Permit expires before you finish your program of study, you will need to apply for an extension.
How do you qualify to study in Canada?
Complete your requirements.
College and universities in Canada have different requirements depending on a province. Research the school that most interests you and prepare your requirements ahead.
Choose your preferred course and school.
Canada has a vast number of world-class colleges and universities that can help you reach your full potential. We suggest that you choose a school in the Designated Learning Institute (DLI) list if you have plans to work in Canada after your studies.
Take the English/French language test.
Review and pass your language test be it IELTS or CELPIP for English and TEF or TFI for French.
Apply to your chosen school.
Your school will send a Letter of Acceptance after you apply. Once you have completed the requirements including the Letter of Acceptance from your school, we will process your application for a Study Permit.
One of the many benefits of an International student in Canada is working part-time for up to 20 hours per week, and full-time during scheduled breaks, without a work permit.
Working while studying can help you support yourself and meet new people, all while building the connections and experience that could make you stand out in your job hunt later on.
Because family unification is important to Canada, you can bring your family with you when you study.
Full-time student at a recognized school or university with a valid study permit? Your spouse or common-law partner is eligible for an open work permit!
Have school-aged kids you want to bring, too? Your child may be eligible to study in Canada without a study permit FOR FREE!
All of you will have the opportunity to experience Canadian life because of the country’s generous immigration policy that allows your family to accompany you to work and study.
Canada will be your new home!
Canada prides itself on top universities and research institutions, recognized all around the world. This is because Canada’s educational system is based on cross-disciplinary studies, combined with teaching transferable skills and great facilities.
The best thing about Canada is the fact that the average cost of studies and living expenses for international students is lower than in other top student destinations — the UK, the U.S., and Australia.
Enrolling in a Bachelor’s program in Canada means signing for an academic adventure where curiosity, innovation, and research are highly appreciated.
International students can work 20 hours per week during school semesters and up to 30 hours/week during school breaks. What’s more, if you work in the campus area, you will not need a work permit.