Study In Canada

Study In Canada

Studying in Canada is an excellent choice that offers a wealth of benefits for international students. Our schools are globally recognized, giving you not only a superior education but the opportunity to build a lifelong network, experience correct multiculturalism and obtain work experience that could potentially benefit your permanent residence status application.

After being granted a study permit, many of them qualified for a post-secondary work permit, which offers the possibility of staying in the country after your graduation, gaining valuable Canadian work experience. This work experience is often a vital aspect of a successful Permanent Residence application. Click here to know more.

Apply to study in Canada as an international student, extend your study permit and find out about working while you study or after you graduate.

Once you choose a school, college or university, you must apply to go there. Every school has different rules on how to apply.

Make sure you apply at least:

  • Six months in advance if you want to study at a primary or secondary school,
  • A year in advance for a post-secondary program at a university, college, etc.

Contact the school where you want to study to learn how to apply. They will give you the list of all the documents you need to send them. Your school will be able to tell you about:

  • The cost to apply
  • Tuition fees
  • Health insurance
  •  Rent and how much it costs to live in Canada
  • Language tests.

Fill out the application forms for the school or schools of your choice. Follow their instructions to submit them.

If the school admits you as a student, they will send you an acceptance letter. You need this letter to apply for a study permit.

Health insurance

The Government of Canada doesn’t pay for the medical costs of foreign students.

Health coverage for foreign students is different depending on where you live. Contact the school you are applying to for more information about health insurance.

Work in Canada as an international student

Many international students decide to work part-time while they attend university or college in Canada. Many begin to find local leads to a successful career after graduation. This section will lead you to information about working during and after your studies, wages in Canada, opportunities for your future career as well as advice to guide your job search and work life.