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Tips To Get Your Canadian Study Permit 

In 2021, Canada welcomed 450,000 new international students, which is an all-time record. There are quite a good number of reasons such as high-quality of education, security, multiculturalism and safety which makes this nation the first-preferred country. Besides, it also allows international students to work while studying and be entitled for a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) after completing their program. This gives international students a chance to get extra Canadian work experience, which can enhance their probabilities of finally getting Canadian permanent residence. 

Besides, a famous Canada study visa consultant in Hyderabad said, ‘’Indeed, many of Canada’s over 100 economic class immigration programs cater to international students.’’

He further added, ‘’Canadian government research shows former international students tend to perform well in the labour market once they gain permanent residence. This is because they are young, well-educated, speak English and/or French fluently, and have Canadian work experience.’’

But all said and done, how can one study in Canada?

Step 1: Make a detailed research about where you wish to study

Canada provides many high-quality universities, colleges, and other post-secondary institutes to international pupils.

Make a research on study programs that fit your career interests and goals.

First, you should even carry on a research on the websit e of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) prior to applying for a program. One must make sure the post-secondary institute of your preference is on IRCC’s list of designated learning institutions (DLI). A DLI is an institution authorized by the Canadian govt. for welcoming global students.

If one wants a PGWP after studies, one must even make certain that one applies to a course and DLI that will permit one to be qualified for a PGWP. You can get further details on IRCC’s website or from a reputed Canada Study Visa Consultant in Hyderabad.

Once you are done with short listing, proceed to apply to the educational organizations. You can take help from Visa Tech Overseas. 

Step 2: Receiving a Letter of Acceptance (LOA)

One will get a Letter of Acceptance (LOA) once one is ratified by a Canadian DLI. One will require the LOA to submit study permit application to IRCC.

The LOA has the details like the below: 

· The DLI’s name and the DLI’s contact information

· Candidate’s name, date of birth, and postal address

· The study course, course level, course duration, its beginning date, and anticipated completion date

· LOA’s expiry date

Step 3: Applying for a Study Permit

One can directly submit one’s study permit application to IRCC. If you can afford you can hire a qualified Canadian immigration lawyer for this as they will have the knowledge to see that your application is processed with smooth sail. 

IRCC will require a documents list when examining one’s study permit application like: 

· Proof of LOA

· Evidence of economic resources to fund one’s tuition and staying costs in Canada

· No criminal documents 

· If applicable medical exams

· Explanation letter detailing career motives and ties with your home nation


Please note that in case one wishes to study in the state of Quebec one needs to apply for and get a Certificat d’Acceptation du Quebec (CAQ) from the Quebec government before one submits ones study permit application to IRCC.

Student Direct Stream

Canada even provides a fast-track study permit opportunity known as the Student Direct Stream (SDS). The SDS is only applicable for the ones who are from the below nations: 

· India

· China

· Pakistan

· Vietnam

· The Philippines

· Morocco

· Senegal

· Colombia

· Peru

· Brazil

· Antigua and Barbuda

· Costa Rica

· Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

· Trinidad and Tobago

IRCC’s dispensation standard for majority SDS applications is 20 days and one needs to submit one’s SDS application through online.

The admissibility standards for the SDS is alike to a usual study permit application, however, it even has major additional necessities. Amongst them includes requiring to get a minimum of 6.0 on every skill on the IELTS or if you are going for a French test, you must get the same of a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) score of minimum 7 in every skill on the TEF.

One even needs to achieve a Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) with a participating Canadian bank of $10,000 CAD. This is how one gets a study permit for Canada. Keep reading our latest news and updates on Canada study visa @Visa Tech Overseas Blog. 

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