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A brief introduction to a Study Permit


Are you looking to study in Canada but not sure how to start? If this is the case, then this blog is for you

To be able to study in Canada you first need to apply at a designated learning institution and get the acceptance letter. Once you have received the acceptance letter you can then apply for a study permit.

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How to Study in Canada as an International Student


Are you a foreign national looking to expand your knowledge and study in Canada? Continue reading below for steps to take to gain a study permit.

To be able to study in Canada you must first apply to a designated learning institute (DIL) and be accepted. Only once you have received your acceptance letter can you apply for a study permit. A study permit is a document that is issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada allowed international students to attend an authorized school within Canada for any period longer than 6 months.

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Applying for a Study Permit


Canada is recognized worldwide for the outstanding quality of education, from elementary school to post- secondary studies. Our educators are highly trained and bring diverse prospective into the classroom.  Is it a wonder why people from all around the world strive to build upon their education in Canada? If this sounds like what you would like to accomplish, continue reading to learn more.

What is a Canadian Study Permit?

A Canadian study permit is a legal document that is issued to foreign students who wish to pursue Canadian education. The study permit allows these students to study at a designated learning institution (DIL) at the post-secondary level. A study permit must be applied for before entering  Canada but it is also important to note that the permit does not act as a visa or eTA to enter the country

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What you need to know about Study Permit


Few places in the world can offer what Canada can! Canada is a country booming with opportunities, a welcoming and safe place with a high standard of living. Recognized world-wide for its outstanding quality of education, it’s no wonder why Canada has become so attractive for international students looking to study. To learn about the process of making the right education choice for your future as an international student studying in Canada, continue reading below.

What is a study Permit?

A study permit allows you to study at a designated learning institution within Canada if you are a foreign national. The Study permit sets out restrictions for the student such as: whether their travel within Canada is restricted and when they have to leave.

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Study Permit for International Students


Studying in Canada

Canada academic institutions offer different types of degrees in many subjects that include: law, medicine, science, humanities, etc. These institutions give the opportunity for students all over the world to exercise their passions, become global leaders in research and obtain extensive expertise in various areas of studies. If you are a foreign national looking to study in Canada, there a few steps you need to take before being part of our learning community as an international student. If this sounds like something you are interested in, continue reading this blog to understand basic information of a study permit.

The first step is obtaining an acceptance letter from a designated learning institution in Canada. You can apply to different universities or colleges through their website and get an acceptance letter from one of the institutions you applied too. It is important to keep in mind that a designated learning institution is a school approved by the province and territory government to host international students. Some post- secondary schools that host international students include:

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