Why study in Canada as an international student? When you study in Canada, it means that you invest in your future. Canada is ranked the best performing education systems in the world, and it has consistently been a high performing country on international assessments of student performance.
Canada is a nation of infinite possibilities. Each year, approximately 500,000 international students prefer Canada as their study destination. When you are in Canada, as an international student, you will leverage all the equal freedom which safeguard Canadians. You will feel safe and welcome here.
Canada is a multicultural society with two official languages – English and French. Where there is the quality of life is concerned, Canada consistently ranks among the top 10 since 2004. The economy of Canada is diverse and highly developed.
Finding a part time job during studies, then full time after getting graduation in Canada is easy. Most of the students work part-time while they attend schools in Canada.
Overall, Canada has an opportunity for each student comes here. Its education opens the access to employment and business prospects, and flourishing life after studies.
Each province and territory oversee their own education system. Primary and secondary schools teach students up to the grade 12 and post-secondary schools includes
· Vocational and Technical Schools
Canada’s schools and institutes are essential educational hubs where experienced experts and educators work in partnership with local businesses, and communities. Students in Canada (domestic/international) have access to variety of pathways to achieve their educational and career goals. There are widely recognized credentials – degree, diploma, and certificates.
Career colleges are the private colleges in Canada.
Community colleges are the public funded colleges in Canada.
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$ 150 (PER APPLICANT)
$ 85 BIOMETRICS (PER APPLICANT)
$ 1200 (APPLYING FIRST TIME – PER APPLICANT) ONE (1) RESUBMISSION (IF REJECTED)
$ 1800 (APPLYING AFTER REFUSAL FROM AN OTHER CONSULTANT)
REGULAR APPLICATION: ABOUT 12 WEEKS (OUTSIDE CANADA)
SDS APPLICATION: ABOUT 20 CALENDAR DAYS
ABOUT LANGUAGE SCHOOLS IN CANADA
There are so many schools in Canada teach English or French as a second language. Each year, Canada’s English and French language education sector helps Canada to generate $6.5B in export revenues, create 75K jobs, and prepare 35K students for higher education.
DESIGNATED LEARNING INSTITUTIONS
It is a designation that the provinces and territories approve to their schools that can enroll international students. These schools are known as designated learning institutions (DLI).
You need an acceptance letter or an unconditional letter in terms of applying study permit/visa. Only the schools approved by its provincial or territorial government to host international students can provide the above said documents.
A unique DLI number is assigned to these Designated Learning Institutes. But for primary and secondary schools there is no such DLI number assignment to them. Although, in Canada, all primary and secondary schools are DLI’s.
Note: If the school you are studying at loses its designation learning institution status after you get your study permit, you can:
About DLI Enrollment: Every school in Canada has its own minimum requirement at the forefront of applicant’s academic background, marks, core subjects, percentage, language proficiency and employment background. To check if your academic and employment background is good enough to be enrolled in one of the DLI schools in Canada, then click here and book an appointment with our expert.
It’s a Canada Government initiative to streamline and faster the process of student visa application. IRCC processes most SDS applications within 20 calendar days if the eligibility requirements are met.
Under this stream, paper visa application is not acceptable. The only application applied under electronic way under GCKey account are accepted. Although, all paper applications will process under the regular study permit application stream – subject to normal time process.
Note: International students who are qualified for SDS processing are still subject to al other eligibility and admission requirements under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) and Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulation (IRPR).
It is an expedite and reliable study permit processing program for those international students who are applying to study in Designated Learning Institutions (DLI) in Canada – Post Secondary. It is available to legitimate legal residents of
Should be validated: Language test should be achieved within 2 years of the date the SDS application applied. Below are the accredited tests accepted by IRCC.
Applicant should deposit money in one of the eligible banks participated the GIC programs under SDS process. Only the bank insured by the Canadian Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC), or any bank listed on the IRCC - SDS web page are eligible.
It is mandatory under SDS program that international student should deposit the first-year full tuition fee in the account of DLI school where he/she has enrolled. In the lie of deposit fee, the applicant could represent following document as an evidence of fee deposit.
After the submission of fee, the Post-Secondary DLI issue a letter of acceptance or unconditional Offer Letter. This is an important document needed during applying student visa application.
In some cases, the transcript is not issued to the student because of the result delay or any other internal issues. In this case scenario there are some other relevant documents which the applicant could submit in terms of visa application. To know more about the documentations, contact our expert.
International should undergo the medical exam and present medical certificate along with his/her online application. He/she should present the medical certificate if he/she lives or traveled for 6 or more than 6 months. Only panel physician approved by IRCC are eligible to conduct the legitimate medical exam.
For online or paper applications – once you receive a letter from RCIC, only then you should give the biometrics. In order to get this letter, the applicant should pay the biometric fee when submitting online or paper application.
Note: if you apply at a Visa Application Centre, you can give your biometrics when you visit there and submit your application.
If the primary applicant applying under the SDS (Student Direct Stream) program, then he/she is also eligible to apply, at the same time, for his/her spouse, and dependent children.
The spouse of SDS applicant is eligible to apply Temporary Resident Application which includes either of work permit, study permit, and temporary resident visa (TRV). Application must be submitted online.
Applying a spousal visa application at the same time is a complex process. Contact us for more details and hire our RCIC services for the spouse application along with your study permit/visa application. Click Here to book an appointment now.
To study in Quebec, the first thing first is to have a letter of acceptance from the Designated Learning Institution which you plan to attend in Quebec. Most importantly, you must have a Certificat d’acceptation du Québec (CAQ) or certificate of acceptance which is issues by the province of Quebec. Once you get the approval as CAQ you can be eligible to apply study permit in IRCC.
It is a document from Quebec’s Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Diversité et de l’Inclusion (MIDI) that an international student must apply for the CAQ before coming to Quebec for studies.
The fee required to process your application is $120CND (Canadian dollars) as of January 1st, 2022.
Book free counselling session with our experienced RCIC about your immigration plans in Canada. Discuss all steps regarding the program you wish to apply in.