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Every year more than 100,000 international students come to Canada to study. A Study Permit is a document issued by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC, formerly known as CIC) that allows a foreign national to study in Canada for a limited time. Most international students will require a Study Permit to study in Canada.


Eligibility criteria

In order to be eligible to submit an application for a    Canadian study permit, a prospective student must: 

  • Obtain a Letter of Acceptance from a Designated Learning Institution in order to submit an application for a study permit; 

  • Prove that he or she has enough money to cover the first year of tuition, as well as living expenses and return transportation to his or her home country;

  • Obtain a Certificatd'acceptation du Quebec (Quebec Acceptance Certificate, or CAQ) if he or she wishes to study in Montreal or elsewhere in the Province of Quebec;

  • Have clean record. Applicants with a criminal background, or who pose a risk to Canadian security, may be refused. IRCC may request an applicant to supply a Police Clearance Certificate; 

  • Be in good health. IRCC may request an applicant to complete a medical examination; and,

  • Satisfy the immigration officer that he or she will leave Canada at the end of the stay authorized by the study permit.

The applicant may also be required to submit the following documents

  • Passport for the applicant and every family member included on the application;

  • Two passport photos for the applicant and each family member included on the application, with the name and date of birth written on the back;

  • Photocopy of marriage certificate, if applicable; and,

  • Any further documents required by specific visa offices.

Our Services Include 

  • Applying for study permit

  • Obtaining visa for accompanying family members

  • Renewal of study permit

  • Applying to change status to visitor

  • Apply for another study permit to continue a different study program

  • Post-graduation work permit (PGWP)

  • Applying for Canadian permanent residence; through programs such as the Canadian Experience Class and certain Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs).

  • Leave Canada

                                                                                 Financial support

Applicants for a Canadian study permit are required to prove they have enough money to cover the first year of tuition fees. They also need to have the financial resources to support themselves, and any accompanying family members, each year. 

For further details about amounts required, financial resources, processing Fees and processing Times, Please submit the Assessment Form or Contact Us !

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