Today, Canada is ranked as one of the most attractive destination for international students. Our Immigration consultant offers a start to finish service to all potential students, from college application to applying for the study permit, to Getting your Post-Graduate Work Permit
The first step to become an international student is to find a college and apply to the desired program. Admission requirements vary from college to college but there are some basic information you need to provide.
- Admission fee : From $100
- English Proficiency test : IELTS/ TOEFL/ PTE
- Post-secondary diploma or certificate
- Transcripts of study in the home country
If you would like to get started on your application, book a consultation with us.
After receiving your acceptance letter from a designated college, it’s time to gather your documentation and apply for your Canada Study permit. A study permit is a written authorization issued to foreign students permitting them to engage in studies in Canada.
The efficient, consistent, and transparent processing of international students remains one of IRCC’s priorities.
Some requirements are as followed:
- Letter of acceptance from the educational institute that they will be attending
- Proof of identity
- Proof of financial support
The study permit allows students to work part-time on campus and seek a renewal from within Canada should they decide to stay longer.
Our services include to help students obtain their study permit and later on their post-graduate work permit after their studies.
The Post-Graduate Work Permit is an once in a lifetime opportunity that allows international students who have graduated from an accredited school to stay in Canada to gain valuable Canadian work experience.
A PGWP is a great pathway to immigration in Canada as it gives students the chance to apply for permanent residency under the Canadian Experience Class.
The eligibility criteria are as followed:
- Student must currently hold valid temporary status or have left Canada.
- They must have graduated from an eligible designated learning institution (DLI)
- The program must at least be 8 months in duration leading to a degree, diploma or certificate.
- Applicant must have maintained full-time student status in Canada during each academic session of the program
- A Transcript and an official letter from the eligible DLI confirming that they have met the requirements to complete their program of study is also needed
Student direct stream or SDS is a promising program implemented by IRCC to help foreign nationals from 7 countries to receive their study permit faster. Most SDS applications are processed in 20 calendar days if the eligibility criteria are met. To benefit from this Immigration program, you must
- Be a legal resident living in 1 of the following countries:
- China, India, Morocco, Pakistan, Philippines, Senegal, Vietnam
- Have an acceptance letter from a post-secondary designated learning institution
- Live outside of Canada when you apply
- Have proof you have paid your tuition for your first year of study
- Have a Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) of CAN$10,000
- Get a medical exam before you apply if required
- Get a police certificate before you apply if required
- Have your most recent secondary or post-secondary school transcript(s)
- Have a language test result such as IELTS that shows an academic or general training score of 6.0 or higher in each skill (reading, writing, speaking and listening)