Canada has introduced new regulations for international students w.e.f 1st June, 2014.

International students studying at regulated Career college, community colleges and universities now can work part time during term period and full time during vacations, immediately after coming to Canada.

Students will not be able to change their institution for which they got visa for studies. In case they change their institution, they have to go back to their home country and apply for a new visa from there.

Every year more than 100000 international students come to Canada for study purpose. Canada offers world class education at its universities and colleges.

Student who want to study in Canada can study at English language colleges, summer schools, career colleges, community colleges and universities. If you want to study for 6 months or more, you need to get a study permit. For courses less than 6 months duration, study permit is not required.

In order to apply for student visa and obtain study permit, the following major requirements need to be fulfilled:

  1. Letter of Acceptance (LOA) from a Designated learning institution(DLI) in Canada
  2. Bank statement to cover tuition fee for one year & living expenses for one year amounting C$10000 + traveling expenses to and from Canada.
  3. Letter of Explanation
  4. Provide other supporting documents

We compile our clients’ application and submit through our Authorized Representative Portal. We represent our clients and do all correspondence with IRCC on behalf of our clients.

International students are allowed to do part time job during term period and fulltime during vacations. After completing studies in Canada, international students can apply for Post graduate Work Permit (PGWP). The duration of PGWP varies from 8-36 months depending upon the length of studies in Canada. After obtaining one year of work experience in Canada at a certain level, International students can apply for Permanent residence in Canada under Canadian Experience Class through Express Entry.

 

Canada has introduced new regulations for international students w.e.f 1st June, 2014.

International students studying at regulated Career college, community colleges and universities now can work part time during term period and full time during vacations, immediately after coming to Canada.

If you want to apply for studies in Canada, please fill our free online assessment form.