Why study in Canada?
- To experience living in a welcoming, multi-cultural, and, beautiful country
- You will live in a peaceful society that respects human rights, equality and is stable
- Education in Canada is considered amongst the highest international standards for its quality institutions and standards of living
- Most students will have the possibility to gain valuable work experience in Canada
- Your spouse and children may be able to accompany you to Canada*
Who needs to get a study permit?
- Students attending a program of six or more months in length
- Students of a co-op or internship program
What do you need to apply for a study permit?
- An acceptance letter from the Designated Learning Institution you will be attending
- Proof you can pay your tuition and living expenses by providing financial statements
- Some students may require police certificates, biometrics and a medical examination
Can I work while I am studying?
- If you are attending a Designated Learning Institution in an eligible program of study, you may work part-time during your studies and full-time while on school breaks
How can I continue to work after graduating?
- Eligible students can apply for the Post-Graduation work permit after graduating while they still have a valid study permit. Students must have not received a Post-Graduation work permit in the past.