Studying in Canada offers a host of benefits including a direct path to Canadian Permanent Residency and Citizenship. There are hundreds of Designated Learning Institutions (DLI) in Canada to choose from. If you cannot find a suitable DLI, we are aligned with an ICRCC placement specialist who can assist in finding the perfect institution for you. Your Spouse/Partner might be able to accompany you on an Open Work Permit and your dependent children will be able to accompany you on either a Study Permit or a Visit Visa (This is age-dependent).
What do I need to study in Canada?
- Enrolled at Designated Learning Intuition
- No criminal record
- Pass a medical completed by an IRCC panel physician
- Prove that you will leave Canada when your study permit expires, or your qualification is complete
- Prove you have sufficient funds to pay for:
- Tuition fees, and
- Living expenses for yourself and any immediate family that accompany you to Canada
Submission and processing fee
Open Work Permit fee
Visit Visa fee for dependent children
Study Permit fee for dependent children
Biometrics fee (Persons over 14 years)