Study Visa requirements
Study Permit allows students to study in Canada either at a primary, secondary, or post-secondary institution or in a vocational or professional capacity. To be eligible to apply for a student permit, a student must be enrolled in a program of study and the institution should be listed under Designated Learning institutions (DLI) list authorized by CIC. Students can file their visa applications under three categories which are S.P.P, General, and University. Duration of the study permit will be the same as the duration of the course. A valid study permit allows you to live and study in Canada for the duration of your course. The study permit entitles students to work up to 20 hours a week alongside your studies, and full-time during semester breaks. To initiate the visa process candidates first need a letter of acceptance from a recognized higher education provider.
Canapprove’s expert team of advisors will check all the documents you collate in support of your application for a study permit to Canada. Our team will guide you through various steps for the process of applying for a study permit in Canada.
Visa counseling after receiving a Letter of Acceptance from a recognized higher education provider
Gather visa documents
- Unconditional letter of acceptance
- A completed visa application form
- A copy of your qualifications and transcripts.
- Fees receipts
- Scholarship letter (if applicable)
- Financial documents
- Academic documents
- Proof of English language proficiency, depending on the program applied
- Work experience certificates (if applicable)
- Medical report
- Passport-size photographs
Check rules and guidelines
Submit application through VFS Canada
Let the applicant know the decision over the study permit application
Canapprove’s expert team provides students a hassle-free visa lodgment and supports in each stage of application from college admission to visa submission and pre-departure. Call us now for an expert counseling and fulfill your dream of study in Canada.