Study in Canada 2022: A guide for overseas students

On some occasions, international students are clueless while pursuing studies in Canada. Every international student goes through the same process that concerns them throughout their study journey. It is Christmassy country or home of Santa Claus that excites you, for which you want to build a bright future in the maple nation. Get the maximum benefits once you seek admission to a prestigious institution.

However, Canadian education allows you to study, work, and later secure a Permanent Residency after some years.

Make career tasks easier by planning everything. 2022 is here. If you fail to give yourself a fresh start, many ambitions to study in Canada prove futile. Here is a complete guide you can follow if you intend to study in Canada.

Study in Canada 2022 for international students-

What is a Canadian study permit?

The document you need the most if you are an overseas student is a study permit. Without it, you will be denied enrolment in DLI (Designated Learning Institution). The study permit is the document issued by Canadian immigration.

Professional Year eligibility criteria

If you want to qualify for PYP, you need to meet the criteria listed below-

How to get the study permit?

At the outset, any international student who wants to study in Canada has to carry the vital documents comprising a Letter of Introduction and specified documents. Once the student arrives at the Canadian airport, he will have to provide a passport and LOI (Letter of Introduction) to the immigration officer. The officer verifies them. If you have proper documents, you will be issued a study permit.

Eligibility criteria of Canadian student visa

Like the study permit, you also need a study visa. And to get it, you have to meet the criteria-
  • You should be accepted by DLI (Designated Learning Institute)
  • Prove that you have sufficient funds to pay for living expenses and tuition fees
  • Prove that you have no criminal record. The aspirants have to produce a police certificate in this regard
  • You also need a health checkup and a medical certificate certifying you have a sound health
While the visa interview is underway, international students have to convince visa officers that they will be leaving the maple nation after completing their studies. 

What documents are necessary for a student visa-

The college providing you with an acceptance letter helps you apply for a student visa in Canada. The other documents you need to provide to immigration officer for student visa-

- Passport

Without a valid passport, you will not be able to apply for a study permit. It is the mandatory norm of the Canadian High Commission wherein you require the passport, having validity of Canadian study.

-     DLI acceptance proof

If you plan to attend a DLI (Designated Learning Institution), you need its acceptance letter.

- Proof of sufficient funds

Show funds as proof while adding application details for a study permit. As per the standards, you should prove that you have enough funds so that it helps you to pay tuition fees, living expenses, etc. As per Canadian immigration, an international student will require CAD 10,000 for every year of stay.

- Passport size snaps

If you are making an application offline, you need two passport-size snaps confirming given standards. Whereas for online applications, you need to provide a recent digital photograph copy which should not exceed 4MB.
 
- IME (Immigration Medical Examination)

It is Canadian immigration that requires every overseas student to undergo a mandatory immigration medical examination from certified doctors. It should be as recent as seven days before the commencement of the visa application. Allot sufficient time to the doctor to verify and upload the necessary documents. If you book an appointment in advance, you can benefit. After test completion, the physician sends the results to CIC.
 
- Language proficiency test score
 
Even though it is not mandatory at the time of application, you need to appear for the English language proficiency test and obtain a score before applying for the visa application process. You need to submit an English language proficiency score to confirm admission to the Canadian university.
 
- SOP (Statement of Purpose)
 
Before applying for a study permit, you have to submit an essay that mentions the purpose of the trip to Canada and why you choose a particular institution. It will be an optional document in the checklist.
 
- Need a credit card to pay the application fee
 
If you submit details in an online application, you will require a credit card to pay the application fee. The student visa fee is CAD 160. It is the system accepting only credit cards with debit cards not accepted.
Besides, you will have access to a digital scanner if applying online. If making an offline application, provide the relevant copies of the fee and digital scan documents. Besides, download some documents wherein you have to mention different details, print, sign, and later upload the necessary ones.

While the personal interview is underway, you have to provide additional documents as requested by the interviewer. These documents prove academic or financial status evidence. These include-
  • Diplomas, transcripts, certificates, or degrees from different education institutions you have attended
  • Test scores
  • Intent to leave the maple nation upon completion of study course
  • Pay living, travel, and education costs
Remember not to leave anything behind while applying for a study permit and Canadian student visa.

Stay informed with Aussizz Group, and feel free to stay in touch with our overseas education consultants for student visa assistance and more.
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