Did You Make the Decision to study in Canada and Wondering What the Next Step is?
We are here to help you. Send us all the required documents to our email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, and we can help you apply to the university or college program that you want.
*English proficiency proof includes Ielts, Tofel, Dolingo, or other equivalent documents
*The service fee 1200 doesn’t include the visa application service
Our application service for you
1 Choose right institution and program based on your interest
Determine which program you would like to study and in which university or college based on your interest and budget. It is very important to find out the right institution you are considering before applying and the communities that they are in before making your choice.
2 Prepare and submit your application.
After finding the institution that best suits you, We will assess:
- Your eligibility. Each Canadian has its own requirements for acceptance. Graduating with good academic standing is usually the minimum requirement for acceptance.
- Documents completeness
Official documents such as transcripts are needed. Those documents have to be assessed and translated into English or French.
- Meet language requirements
International students in Canada must show proof of proficiency in either English or French, depending on the university. Many universities require its’ students to attain a minimum score on a standardized language test.
4)Apply before application deadlines?
Deadlines vary from one institution to another. But generally, you should apply at least eight to twelve months in advance.
3 . Obtaining a study permit
You can hire your own immigration consultant or entrust our partnering consultant to apply study permit for you. Once you have received a letter of acceptance from a Canadian university, you must apply for a study permit if you need to study in Canada for six months or more. You must apply for a permit before you come to Canada. To Obtain a study permit, you must prove that you have enough financial to pay your tuition fees, living expenses, and return transportation for yourself and anyone who is to accompany you.
4 . Working while in Canada
International students with valid study permits are able to work in Canada without a work permit, and international students are able to work unlimited hours on the school campus and are limited to working for 20 hours off the school campus.
Benefits for students choose to study in Canadian University/Colleges.
* Top rankings and affordable tuition
Canada’s education system holds high standards and top international rankings. Alongside many scholarships, Canada is among the lowest international tuition fees for English-speaking countries. Degrees from Canada are recognized worldwide and equivalent to those obtained from the United States or Common Wealth countries. Canada has a great range of educational institutions and programs for technical and professional diplomas and degrees from the best colleges and universities.
* Bilingual Language Opportunities—English and French
In addition to strengthening and improving your English Skills, studying in Canada can help you learn a second language, French. Canada is a bilingual country, and with that comes the opportunity for an international student to improve their language skills in English and French while studying in Canada. Studying in Canada will provide all international students with unique cultural experiences.
* Health Insurance for International students
Medical insurance in Canada is affordable; some provinces and territories like Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Newfoundland and Labrador, the Northwest Territories, and Saskatchewan offer coverage to international students. Additionally, a lot of post-secondary institutions provide their own health insurance plans. The general well-being and cost of living of Canadian students are significantly impacted by how affordable health care is in Canada.
* The Multiculturalism of Canada
Canada is renowned for being multicultural in addition to being bilingual. Over the last century and a half, approximately 15 million immigrants have made Canada their home, and over one million aboriginals live in the country. Furthermore, Canada has policies that protect its citizen’s rights to keep their cultural practices alive and enrich the Canadian experience. Almost all international students appreciate the diversity during their stay in Canada, and they really enjoy learning about all the different cultures as they learn.
* Potential to Work and Reside in Canada.
After you graduate, you have a chance to stay and work in Canada. Canada allows international students to apply for work permits through the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program. Work experience gained through this program can help with increasing the points for a potential immigration plan that the students might have. Thus, post-secondary education and skilled work experiences in Canada can be valuable if you are planning to immigrate to Canada. Studying in Canada allows you to experience the Canadian way of life and gain an important foothold in this diverse country.