About Canada Study Permit
When it comes to quality of education, for many international students Canada is first choice for their higher education. To live and study in Canada requires a valid study permit from local Canadian embassy or consulate office. A study permit allows international students to live and study their courses for specific time perid depending on their course duration. This study permit also allows students to work part-time to bear their expenses, and qualify for student facilities. If you are planning to study short courses of duration less than 6 months then you need to apply for temporary visit visa rather than long term study permit.
Generally, a prospecting student must apply for a study permit before traveling to Canada. Some people can apply for a study permit from within Canada. In some cases, one can apply after arriving in Canada at the port of entry. Make sure you understand which option is available to you. There are certain factors that are taken into account while analysing your study permit application. One must meet following basic requirements to apply for a Canadian study permit.
- A valid travel document, like a passport
- An acceptance letter from a designated learning institution (DLI)
- No criminal or immigration-related convictions
- Previous educational background.
- English language proficiency.
- Ties to home country such as a job, home or family etc.
- Have enough money to support your study and stay in Canada
List of Documents
Please note that depending on an individual's profile, an immigration officer may ask him/her for a medical exam, a police clearance certificate, or an interview. Our team of student visa experts has more than 10 years experience in assisting international students to get Canada study permits.