Study in Canada

You will need a study permit to study in Canada. However, a study program shorter than 6 month would be exception. It is not a difficult process if done right.

You need to have an offer of admission from a Canadian DLI (Designated Learning Institution). In short, Canada has several great universities. For example, McGill University, University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, Brock University etc. Further, there are some great colleges such as Conestoga college, Centennial college to name a few.

You can work up to 20 hours per week while being on a study permit. There are few mistakes you should avoid. Additionally, your should also pay close attention to important steps after approval of a study permit.

Study in Canada

Why study in Canada?

Canada’s reputation as a safe country and the quality of Canadian education system attract international students in Canada.

Canada is known for its quality and standard of education. Canadian culture is open and welcoming. There were almost 600,000 international students in Canada in 2018 (CBIE). Further, 60% of international students had planned to apply for a permanent resident visa. From 2010 to 2018, the international students increased by 154% and still growing.

Quality of Education

96% of international students recommend Canada as a study destination (CBIE).

What is the govt. processing fee?

For one applicant, application processing fee is $150. The biometrics fee is $85 (if applicable).

Canadian Experience

After study, you may be eligible for a post graduate work permit (PGWP) for up to 3 years.

Faster Processing Time

Faster processing under SDS (Student Direct Stream) for India, China, Pakistan, Philippines, Morocco, Senegal and Vietnam.
Happy visitor in Canada

Few important points to keep in mind!

Success rate in Canadian study permit application varies. In other words, it largely depends on how the file is presented.
  • Firstly, stay away from unauthorized agents/consultants.
  • Do not submit any false information or documents.
  • Further, program choice is extremely important.
  • You may also get an interview phone call.
  • A good statement of purpose may make a difference.
  • Verify if your DLI/program is eligible for a PGWP.
  • Above all, avoid common mistakes.
  • Do not hesitate to retry if you are refused.