Easy way to become an International Student in Canada

Canada, Immigration

Whether you want to immigrate to Canada permanently or just obtain Canadian Education, moving as an international student is a practical first step on your journey. In general, our International Student Program helps from choosing a school to becoming a permanent resident of Canada.

A dedicated Educational Counsellor will get to know your needs, goals, and as well as your dreams as an international students in Canada. Also, you will have support through every step of the process of becoming international students in Canada and advise on pathways for transforming a Canadian educational into Canadian permanent residence.

How the International Student Program Works

The Program is divided into four main stages to ensure clarity provide a clear pathway for you to monitor your application through the process:

1. Choose a Program:

Our Educational Counsellor will personally work with you to find the best academic program to suit your interests and career goals. We consider the length, tuition fee, location, and course schedule when deciding on which programs to recommend.

2. Apply to the School:

Once you have decided on the educational program, our Educational Counsellor will help you prepare and submit your application for the school. You need to have a letter of acceptance from a Canadian designated learning institution (DLI) before you can apply for a study permit.

2. Apply for a Study Permit:

Having received an acceptance letter, you’ll be ready to apply to Canadian immigration for your study permit. If you want to attend a school in Quebec, you must also obtain a certificat d’acceptation du Québec (CAQ) before you can apply for your study permit. Your Educational Counsellor will help you to prepare and submit your immigration application. If you are married, your spouse may be eligible to apply for an open work permit as well!

4. Discover Immigration Options: 

Once you’ve completed your study program, our team will advise you of all of the options available to pursue permanent residence!


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