Why STUDY IN Canada

There are many reasons why students may choose to study in Canada. Some of the top reasons include:

Canada offers international students a high-quality education, affordable tuition, a multicultural society, career opportunities, and a post-study work permit, making it an attractive destination for studying abroad.

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  • An individual dedicated Strategist will work with you to support you in obtaining a study permit.
  • The Strategist will help prepare, collate, and organize all financial documentation
  • The Strategist will help schedule medical test for Canada as well as provide administrative support in scheduling appointments and filling out applications.
  • The Strategist will provide unlimited support to the applicants and assist with relevant ad-hoc requests up until formal visa approval.
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Study Permit Process

1. Choose your stream 

The Canada study permit has two streams: the regular study permit stream and the student direct stream (SDS).

  • Regular study permit stream: The regular study permit stream is for international students who are accepted to a program at a designated learning institution in Canada.  The processing time for a regular study permit can vary, but it typically takes several weeks to several months.
  • Student direct stream (SDS): The student direct stream is for international students from certain countries, including India, who are accepted to a program at a designated learning institution in Canada.  The processing time for the SDS is typically much faster than the regular study permit stream, and it can take as little as 20 days.

2. Get your Medical Test Done

A medical test is required for a Canada study permit in order to assess the applicant’s health and determine if they pose a risk to public health or safety. The medical test is performed by a panel physician, who is a doctor designated by the government of Canada to conduct medical exams for immigration purposes. You must see a doctor on the list of panel physicians. You can either get your medical exam before or after you apply. 

Documents Required

The following documents are typically required for a study permit in Canada:

  • Passport: You will need a valid passport to apply for a study permit. 
  • Online study permit application form: You will need to complete the online study permit application form and provide personal and educational information, as well as passport and contact details.
  • Photograph: You will need to provide a recent passport-style photograph that meets the study permit application requirements.
  • Study permit application fee: You will need to pay the study permit application fee.
  • Acceptance letter: You will need to provide evidence of your acceptance to a full-time program at a designated learning institution in Canada.
  • Education transcripts: You will need to provide your school/college transcripts.
  • Travel history: You will have to disclose your travel history in past 5 years.
  • Financial documents: You will need to provide evidence of your financial means, such as bank statements or a letter from a sponsor, to cover your tuition and living expenses.
  • Other documents: Depending on your individual circumstances and the stream you opt for, you may be required to provide additional documents, such as proof of GIC, IELTS TRF, or a letter of support from a relative in Canada.