Why Choose Canada?
Foreign students are always welcomed and add a rich culture to our classrooms and campuses.
Canada hosts some of the top universities and colleges in the world and has been an attractive location for international students to further their education. We have partnerships with more than one thousand universities, colleges, language schools and high schools in Canada.
Here are some reasons to consider Canada:
- Canadian post secondary institutions are among the best on the world.
- Multicultural country, welcoming citizens of over 450 ethnic or cultural origins.
- Acquiring work experience during and after your period of studies.
- Tuition fees are more affordable in Canada than in many other countries
Types of Study Permits
Depending on your objective, you may be exempt from a study visa. You may also be eligible for quicker application processes.
Study Visa and Study Permit
What are the differences between them?
A Study Visa is a travel document that allows you to enter Canada for the purpose of studying. It is not the same as a Study Permit, but rather a necessary component for individuals from visa-required countries.
A Study Permit is the official authorization issued by the Canadian government that allows foreign nationals to study in Canada. The permit is issued at the Canadian port of entry, when the student lands in Canada. It is a crucial document for those planning to pursue academic programs exceeding six months.
Get to know this special Study Visa category and its eligibility.
The Study Direct Stream (SDS) is a program designed to expedite the study permit application process for international students intending to pursue their studies in Canada.
Learn how to get up to 3 years of open work permit after your studies in Canada.
The Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) is a valuable opportunity for international students stay in Canada and gain work experience. It allows international students who have graduated from eligible Canadian institutions to work in Canada for a duration equal to the length of their study program, up to a maximum of three years.
Types of institutions
Are funded by the government and offer a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs. These institutions are known for their academic excellence, research facilities, and diverse student populations.
They operate independently and are not funded by the government. They are often smaller in size compared to public institutions but may offer specialized programs.
College, University, Language schools
Canada offers a wide range of institutions for both domestic and international students, providing hight quality educational opportunities. These institutions, including colleges, universities, and language schools, contribute to the country's vibrant and inclusive learning environment. Each type of institution plays a unique role in shaping the educational journey of students, offering diverse pathways to academic and professional success. Whether one seeks the depth of theoretical knowledge in a university, hands-on practical skills in a college, or language proficiency enhancement in a language school, Canada's education system embraces diversity, fostering growth and innovation in learners from around the world.
Types of Programs
Students from around the world are drawn to Canada for their post-secondary studies, and it's crucial to comprehend the various types of programs available. Embarking on an educational journey in Canada means navigating a variety of programs tailored to diverse student needs. Explore the possibilities offered by Canadian institutions:
- Certificate Programs
- Diploma Programs
- Postgraduate Certificates
- Master's Programs
- PhD Programs
- Doctorate Programs
- Language Programs
- Pathway Programs
- Exam Preparation Programs
More than 130,000 students come to study in Canada every year and even more come to Canada to learn English or French.
As a student in Canada, if your studies will last less than six months, no Study Permit is required. Any studies beyond six months require a Study Permit, in addition to a Temporary Resident Visa, if you are not from a visa-exempt country.
We have partnerships with more than one thousand universities, colleges, language schools and high schools in Canada.
We can assist you navigating through all the options and choosing the most suitable for you, according to your budget, which province or city you wish to live in, and the area of study you wish to pursue.
The great advantage is international students are allowed to work in Canada, inside and outside the campus, for any employer, if taking a full-time eligible program at a Designated Learning Institution (DLI). They can work part-time (20 hours per week) while taking classes and full-time during summer or non-semester breaks. This key experience gained during the education period can be helpful for students applying for permanent residence after completion of studies. The Canadian government recognizes the importance of international students to the country’s economic growth. It continues to support recent graduates through a variety of immigration programs across the country that provide unique opportunities for students looking to remain in Canada and apply for permanent residency.
We can assist you to make the right decision choosing the eligible educational institution and program of studies that will support your career and application for permanent residency in Canada!
We assist throughout the (S2PR) student to permanent resident stream, selecting educational institutions and programs, enrolling the student at the school, applying for the study permit and defining the strategy for obtaining Canadian permanent residency.