Canada is a global leader in providing educational and immigration opportunities to international students. Studying in Canada is an enormously fulfilling and grateful experience for international students.
To study in Canada, it is extremely significant that you have precise information. We can help to secure an acceptance letter from a designated Canadian Institution which offers a post-graduation work permit program.
UNB - University of New Brunswick
KPU - Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) - Main Edmonton, Alberta
To be eligible for a Study Permit
IRCC grants study visas on various factors; to make sure you are eligible here are key points to note:
• Secure acceptance letter from designated Canadian Institution.
• Criminal background check. Obtain a Police clearance certificate.
• Clear your medical examination.
• Statement of purpose (SOP) to make sure you can convince the Visa officer about your purpose of studies.
• You should have the tuition fee plus $10,000 for a single student for a 12 months period in your bank account. $14,000 if you are accompanied by one family member and add $3,000 for each additional family member when showing proof of funds.
• IELTS band of 6 in each skill.
Studying in Canada is one of the most popular options for international students. When you graduate, you may be eligible for several immigration pathways that can help you transition into permanent residency. It offers a plethora of opportunities, including post-graduation work permits, provincial nominee programs, and permanent residency once you meet the eligibility requirements. At Rangers Immigration, our dedicated team of consultants will guide you through each step in this process so that you don’t miss out on anything important or spend too much time on documentation.
The public universities are commonly independent from governmental monitoring and don’t require accreditation meanwhile private universities are commonly monitored by the state gathered education council.
3. The first step is to get admission to a Canadian Designated Learning Institution (DLI) recognized by the government of Canada. Once an individual receives a letter of acceptance from a DLI, he or she may be able to apply for a study permit. Applications may be made online or by mail.
All new study permits are issued at a Canadian port of entry. An applicant who has submitted an application to a foreign Canadian Visa Office will be issued a letter of approval advising him or her to travel to a Canadian port of entry to have the study permit issued. A study permit is generally issued for the duration of the person’s studies.
Processing times for study permits vary by visa office. For a complete list of processing times based on visa office, please visit this page.
A spouse or common-law partner of a valid study permit holder, who is enrolled full-time at a qualified post-secondary institution, may be eligible to apply for an open work permit. The open work permit for a spouse or common-law partner may be valid for the same period of time as the study permit, and as long as the study permit remains valid. In the study permit application, the applicant should indicate that the spouse will accompany him or her to Canada. If a spouse later decides to study in Canada, he or she should submit his or her own study permit application.
For an accompanying spouse to be considered eligible for an open work permit, the study permit holder must be enrolled full-time at a degree-granting post-secondary institution. Eligible post-secondary institutions include:
• public post-secondary institution, such as a college or university, or CEGEP in Quebec.
• private college-level school in Quebec; and
• Canadian private school that can legally award degrees under provincial law.
Learn more about how international students can bring their family to Canada.
An applicant’s dependent children may accompany him or her to Canada. However, an application for a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) or Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) may be required for the accompanying dependent.
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