Study Visa

STUDY VISA FOR STUDENTS

Canada, A Land of Equality and Opportunity, has the world’s top Academic Institutions and Research Laboratories. Students from all over the world love to study in Canada. It is proved by a fact that the number of foreign students in Canada grew by 92% between 2008 and 2015. Canada understands and values its students. It provides flexible ways so that students can adapt to a new Canadian life and achieve their dreams.

Every year, more and more International Graduates have been getting Post-Graduation Work Permits (PGWPs). Previous year, in 2016, there were more than 101,000 PGWP holders and more than 30,000 former study permit holders became Permanent Residents.

  • Affordable Tuition Fees, if compared among the top destinations for study abroad.
  • Students can work part time during classes and full time during breaks.
  • Spouse of study visa holder may also be eligible for Open Work Permit (OWP) and can work for any employer.
  • After completing the study, International graduates are eligible to apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP). It implies that international students after completing their programs in Canada are allowed to work for any employer throughout the Canada for up to 3 years depending upon the length of the program they completed. This work experience makes them eligible for Permanent Residence in Canada through various programs like Canadian Experience Class (CEC) and Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs).

To study in Canada, you need:

  1. Find a University or College and select a program of your choice. To find the best Designated Learning Institution (DLI), Click Here
  2. Get Letter of Acceptance from a Designated Learning Institution (DLI) in Canada.
    Note: Make sure the Program you choose is eligible for a Post Graduation Work Permit. To ensure Click Here
  3. Proof of financial support. You should have enough money to pay for your tuition and living expenses for you and your family members (if accompanying with you).
  4. You may need to provide your English Language Skills Assessment as IELTS score.
  5. You may be asked to provide Medical Reports and Police Clearance Checks.