Preparing to apply for study permit

Preparing to apply for study permit

Preparing to Apply for Study Permit Canada

First step to choose a program and school. Get full information about each province and territory of Canada as each is in charge of their own education system and immigration pathway programs.

Primary and Secondary Schools

All primary and secondary schools in Canada can enrol and allow international student admissions for study purposes. Only minor children studying in Canada have some specific rules.

Primary school up to the grade 8 and Secondary school usually means grades 9-12.

Post-secondary Schools

Post-secondary schools are colleges, universities, private career colleges and vocational and technical schools. Each post-secondary school has its own set of rules for the admission and having different criteria. Also they have the level of English or French needed to be accepted.

Language Schools

Many schools in Canada teach English or French as a second language. Also, there are many schools who runs the programs in French language. French-language education in Canada and Association des universités de la francophonie canadienne has information on university programs in French, English, or in both languages.

Designated Learning Institutions

Provinces and territories designate schools that can enrol international students and are allowed to issue acceptance letter are called designated learning institutions (DLI). How to apply to a school, college or university.

Once you choose a school, college or university, you must apply to go there. Every school has different rules on how to apply.

When you study in Canada, you invest in your future. After all, a Canadian education opens the door to employment and business opportunities, and life in Canada after your studies. Canada’s university degrees and college diplomas are recognized worldwide, yet our tuition fees are among the lowest in English speaking countries. Canada’s vibrant research community is also a big draw.

As an international student in Canada, you’ll enjoy all the same freedoms which protect Canadians – respect for human rights, equality and a stable, peaceful society. You’ll feel safe, secure and welcome here. Start here to plan your study abroad experience in Canada.