Study in Canada: step by step guide for International students

Concerning international studies, Canada has a specific reputation for quality. The schools/universities in Canada offer quality education, low-cost tuition fee, and awesome student experience.

Below mentioned is a step-by-step guide

Understand and be sure that you meet all essentials

Effectively applying to Canadian education institutions needs comprehension of various necessities for schools and the courses offered by them.

Applicants likewise need to take up a careful analysis of the principles and guidelines appropriate to the study permit application procedure. Just recognized schools and times of endorsed study will be important.

In a perfect world, you should begin making arrangements for your Canadian study permit, in any event, a year ahead of time. Normal prerequisites for all institutions and universities incorporate an updated passport, capability in either English or French alongside confirmation of passing prescribed language assessments with minimum grades/bands, and evidence that you can finance your study and meet the cost for necessities in the nation.

Prerequisites may be different between areas, which is the reason this step must be programmed cautiously and efficiently.

The general documents that you will need irrespective of the university are as below:

Document checklist for International Students

The following documents are a must:

  1. Acceptance letter
  2. An acceptance letter is one that has been sent to you from your chosen school of study affirming that you have been accepted by the school into your program of study. This letter has to be produced as and when demanded.

  3. Evidence of financial support
  4. You will have to show evidence that you will be able to financially support your studies and the cost of living as well during your first year of study in Canada

  5. Identity documents
  6. Passport, Birth certificate, and marriage certificate if married.

  7. Proficiency in English and/or French language
  8. Take up IELTS or TOFEL etc tests
  9. IELTS is probably going to be your smartest option for an English language capability test as all colleges and schools in Canada acknowledge it. You could likewise take the Cambridge English: Advanced or TOEFL assessments.

    If you are planning to study in a French-speaking area of Canada, you are probably going to require a French capability test. The most well-known is the TEF test yet you could likewise take DELF, DALF, or TCF.

  10. Select your course and universities
  11. You will pick and apply for a particular major subject while applying to universities in Canada.

    You should ensure you apply to an institution that is on the DLI (Designated Learning Institutes) list to acquire a student visa and be sure you need to study at the colleges you select as there are different charges for each program and college you apply to.

  12. Apply to universities
  13. The application procedure differs generally from course to course, and college to college. In this way, contact the colleges you are keen on and they will send you their application packs which ought to clarify you through the procedure.

    After you send your applications, there's nothing to do except waiting.

    In case you are accepted, then, that is the primary genuine obstacle which is over. Affirm with your college you might want to join in and you will get an acceptance letter. You will require this letter later on so make certain to safely save it.

  14. Apply to get your study permit
  15. You can apply for your visa on the web or in person at your local visa application center where you will be required to pay the visa expense.

    In case you plan to study in the territory of Quebec, you will likewise require a CAQ ('Certificat d'acceptation du Québec'), which your college will send to you.

    You might be required to give other proof which could incorporate your biometrics, and/or an interview.

  16. What is the cost of a student Visa in Canada ?
  17. Due to the pandemic the student fee fell by 5.3 percent for the domestic undergraduate students and rose by 7.6 for the international students. According to statistics Canada the area fee for an undergraduate course in Canada is CAD 29714 per year. For the post graduate level the fee is generally lower as for the International students it is CAD 18,744.


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