Do you want to study in Canada? We will answer all your important questions, including the cost of tuition in Canada, the courses available, and how to use your Canadian study permit as a way to stay permanently in Canada.
What Are My Chances of Becoming an International Student in Canada?
The number of international students in Canada is growing every year. Most can stay in Canada after graduation.
Confirmation of a Canadian study permit is always at the disposal of the visa officer.
Last year, Canada accepted more than 400,000 international students. Most of these students were from France, Nigeria, China, Japan, South Korea, the United States, Brazil, Iran, India and Vietnam.
International student diversity is a priority for the Government of Canada. In 2019, he began building on success, the New Global Training Strategy (IES).
The government has set aside 14 147.9 million for this purpose over the next five years.
You can increase your chances of success by working with us through the Global Student Program.
Canadim’s International Student Program
The International Student Program in Canada can guide you through this process. From obtaining a study permit to permanent residence, we will be present at every step of the way. With our help you can transfer your Canadian education to permanent residence in Canada.
Each client of our Global Student Program is paired with an education consultant trained in higher education and immigration to Canada. With their help, you will make the strongest possible request.
Here are the basic steps in the application process:
1. Choose a Program: The choice of the program is one of the most important factors in applying for a study permit. In this particular programme, you must make a strong case for studying in Canada. We recommend this program based on your work experience and educational background. This will give you the best possible chance of successfully submitting your application.
2. Apply to the School: After you have decided on the programme, we will help you prepare and submit your application. Before applying for a study permit, you must have a letter of acceptance from the Canadian Institute of Education (DLI).
3. Apply for a Study Permit: With a letter of acceptance in hand, you are ready to apply for a Study Permit. We help you prepare and submit your application for immigration to Canada.
International Student Document Checklist
Some documentation is required for the application process. Below is a list of documents you may be asked to do.
Acceptance Letter: A letter sent by the school confirms your admission to the curriculum.
Proof of Financial Support: Evidence that you have money to support yourself and other family members. You must prove that you can pay for your education and living expenses (accommodation, food, etc.) for your first year in Canada.
Identity documents: identity card, identity card and passport.
What is a Canadian Study Permit?
A Canadian Study License is a certificate that allows you to study at a school in Canada.
Once you have been accepted to study at a designated educational institution (DLI), you can apply for a Canadian study permit.
What is the Application Process for a Canadian Study Permit?
There are four steps to obtaining a Canadian study permit:
1. Check your eligibility: Make sure you are eligible for a Canadian study permit. You will need:
2. Letter of acceptance from DLI,
3. Proof of financial support,
4. Documents (depending on nationality and country of residence)
2. Prepare your application:
If you meet all the eligibility criteria, you can start applying for a study permit. Make sure you have all the necessary documents for your country. If you do not show compliance, the immigration officer may reject your application. It is a good idea to have an immigration representative review your application before submitting it.
3. Apply for a Study Permit: When applying, you have two options:
Submit an electronic application: Create an account on the Immigration, Immigration and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website. You can submit an application electronically using scanned or electronic copies of documents.
A Submit a paper application: Gather hard copies of your documents and submit them to your country’s Visa Application Center (VAC).
4. If your study permit is approved, come to Canada! You will not receive a Canadian Study Permit until you reach Canada’s Port of Entry (POE). The Government of Canada will issue an entry letter if your permit is approved. You must show this letter to the immigration authorities when you arrive in Canada to obtain a study permit.
How Much Does it Cost to Study in Canada?
Study time permits vary greatly. Its duration depends on your country of residence.
The shortest processing time is 1-2 weeks, but some applicants can wait up to 16 weeks. Processing time depends on the volume of orders received. You may be late if you apply close to the start of the Canadian school year.
Do you want a faster processing time? Find out if you qualify for Direct Study (SDS).
What are the requirements for a Canadian study permit?
There are certain terms and conditions associated with a Canadian study permit. You must respect these terms in order to retain all the benefits of your academic experience.
You must be affiliated with a designated educational institution (DLI)
If you are studying in Quebec, you must register as a part-time or full-time student.
• You must have no more than 150 valid papers from your curriculum.
It is very important to understand and respect the terms of your study permit. By doing so, you will get the most out of your overseas experience in Canada. Students who meet the study permit requirements are more likely to obtain a work permit upon graduation.
How to Study in Canada for Free!
There are many study opportunities for international students wishing to study in Canada.
The opportunities available to you depend on your field of study or research and your country.
Through this database you can learn more about the scholarships that can be offered to you.
What is a Designated Learning Institution (DLI)?
Nominated Educational Institution (DLI) is any school that admits international students.
All elementary and high schools in Canada are DLI rated and can accept students from abroad.
Not all schools have a DLI index after high school, so you should check with the Government of Canada before applying for a DLI index.
What are the Different Types of Canadian Post-Secondary Schools?
Canada is known for providing quality and accessible education to international students. To understand which program is right for you, you must first understand the level of education in Canada.
In Canada, any course after twelfth grade is considered a graduate. There are different types of graduate education, each with different goals.
Some programs may have special admission requirements.
Our job is to make sure you meet the basic login requirements for each application.
You must be fluent in English or French to attend a Canadian school.
Post-Canadian high schools set their language proficiency requirements for international students. Language skills requirements vary from school to school.
When designing your plan, you need to consider the specific needs of your project. Some schools even allow you to complete English language courses after you start.
Some international students do not need to provide a certificate for their language proficiency. If you are from an English-speaking country or have studied English, you can take the IELTS test.
Each school sets its own language requirements. It is important to consider the specific needs of the school you are applying for.
Do I Need to Submit a Letter of Intent to Study in Canada?
Your letter of intent is an important part of applying for your study permission. This program should explain your plans and goals for studying in the country. You must accept the terms of your Canadian Study Permit.
The letter of intent is to reassure the Government of Canada that you respect the terms of your license. You must agree to leave the country once your permit expires.
Our global student program guides you through the best letter writing!
When is the Deadline to Apply?
Each school has its own history. You must verify that you submitted your application before this date.
Canadian schools are filled with applications every year. As the deadline approaches, the school gets much better. Most reputable schools are competitive, so the sooner you apply, the better.
Which Canadian University is Right for Me?
Canada has a range of secondary institutions with different sizes and specifications. Here is a list of the top five schools in the country, and a description of each one to help you get started!
• University of Toronto (UofT)
The University of Toronto is probably one of the few Canadian schools you have ever heard of! International students choose UofT because of their academic ability and dynamic college life. 20,000 minutes away from them. It is also the most diverse city center in the world.
• University of British Columbia (UBC)
UBC is the largest international university in North America. 30 UBC students are international. 16188 students from 15 countries. Located on the beautiful west coast of Canada, this university is part of Vancouver, the fastest growing city. Columbia University in the UK is a great choice for those who want to live in the city while still having access to nature. Living in Vancouver means easy access to beautiful open spaces including forests, oceans and mountains.
McGill is world famous. Not surprisingly, it has a population of more than 12,000 international students. Although located in the French province of Quebec, McGill is an English university. Montreal is known as one of the best cities for student life. Life is cheap and saved for live arts and cultural scenes.
• Université de Montreal (UdeM)
UdeM is one of the best universities in Canada and a great choice for those who want to study in French! UdeM and its affiliated schools are located in Montreal and serve 9,500 international students annually.
• McMaster University
McMaster is one of the top 100 universities in the world. Hamilton University in Ontario is just one hour from Toronto. Hamilton is witnessing the growth of technical jobs. This is great news for those who want to work during or after.
Can I Work While Studying in Canada?
Yeah! Another benefit of studying in Canada is that international students have the right to work. This helps pay for tuition and housing.
In Canada, international students can work part-time (up to 20 hours per week) during school hours. During the holidays, such as summer vacations, international students can work full time.
Most students do not need a work permit to study while studying, whether on or off campus. Your study permit tells you if you are allowed to work outside of university.
If you have work experience in the curriculum, you can work more than 20 hours during the semester. This will be reflected in your letter of acceptance. If the government agrees to this condition, you will receive a work permit and a study permit. This work permit allows you to work only on campus.
Can I Bring My Family With Me While I Study?
International students who are married or have children want to take their family with them.
Canadian visa officers will review student permit applications, including family members. It should be noted that the inclusion of family members in the study permit application may influence the decision of the visa officer.
If you are accepted as a family, your spouse can work full time in Canada. Every child can have a free education.
You can find out more about applying for a study permit with your family.