Why Study in Canada?

Canada is one of the best places to pursue your higher studies and the country attracts thousands of students each year from abroad. International students can gain valuable education at very low fees compared to other countries across the globe.

Canada has been recognized as an education superpower. It offers a sound education system, friendly student environment and an immigration system that is open to everyone. One of the greatest aspects of studying abroad in Canada is that there is an option for students of all ages, whether you are in high school or in pursuit of a graduate degree. If you are looking to study in a student-friendly place with great academic options and highly ranked universities, then you should consider studying in Canada: the JP Study Overseas Study Visa Consultant in Amritsar.

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Top Reasons to choose Canada!

Education and Scholarship

Degree from a Canadian university is considered of great value which is equivalent to US, Australia and other European Countries. Government and Universities provide amenities especially for the pupils to pursue their studies successfully. Also scholarship opportunities reduce the expenditures and will get the best studies at minimal fees.

Work while Studying

Student also gets the opportunity to study with part time work for 20 hours/ week. This work can be on Campus or off Campus. Many different type of fields are available for working in different areas like jobs in Hotels, hostels, general labor, Tutor etc.

Beautiful place and Environment

Canada is famous for their neat and clean environments where student can study as well enjoy the nature and beauty of some tourist spots.

Immigration Opportunities

Canada’s Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PWPP) allows students to stay and work in Canada for up to three years after completion of their graduation. People can gain some international work experience and apply for PR (permanent residency) later on.

Canadian Study Visa requirements.

If someone is interested to take part in academic, professional or vocational training at a university, college in Canada then that person will need a study permit before they enter Canada.

Students must have an offer letter of the College/University before applying for study permit. Moreover, students must have clear an English proficiency test with minimum 6 bands in each module.

Documents required for Canadian Visa process.

  • Valid Passport
  • Proof of Acceptance by a Designated Learning Institution
  • Letter of Acceptance
  • Proof of Funds
  • Passport Size Photographs
  • Immigration Medical Examination (IME)
  • English Language Proficiency Exam Score
  • Work experience certificates (If any)
  • Education Documents.
  • Tuition Fee Receipts.
  • GIC Certificate.

Canada Study Visa FAQs

1. How much funds or money is required for Canada student visa?

For Canadian student visa one needs to submit the proof of ready money to support your overall expense in Canada. At present this is considered to be CAD 10,000 for a year of your stay (CA$11,000/~US$8,400 if you're applying to study in Quebec) other than your tuition fees.

2. How much is Canada visa fee?

Study permit for Canada costs CAD$ 150 and CAD$ 85 as Biometric fee. Biometric fee is only one-time fee even if your Student visa application gets rejected, next time there is no need for you to pay the Biometrics.

3. How much bank statement is required for Canada study visa?

Canadian Study Permit, the ready money in your bank account should be enough to cover tuition and living expenses. One can prove funding by submitting a 4 months statement of your bank account or your Canadian bank account.

4. Is it hard to get PR in Canada?

The most popular and fast way to get Canadian PR is Express Entry or Express Entry in PNP Program. Express Entry is a system designed to provide fast immigration to Canada. For eligible candidates who receive an invitation to apply (ITA) soon after entering the pool, and who then quickly submit a complete application, the entire process may take 6 months, or even less. Express Entry via the PNP - Provinces and territories (PTs) that operate a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) can nominate candidates through the Express Entry pool, in addition to nominating foreign nationals to the existing paper-based process.

5. Can I get PR in Canada after 1 year?

Normally, processing time span for PR applications in Canada will take from 1 month to 12 months. Very likely, yes, you will get PR in one year.

6. Which province in Canada gives PR easily?

Saskatchewan. Generally, Saskatchewan PNP is believed to be the easiest way to get PR. The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is a much-desired way for skilled foreign workers to get Canadian permanent residency.

7. What is the age limit for student visa in Canada?

Particularly there is no age limit. In general, you must be a minimum of 18 years of age. Even though there is no age limit, you need a study permit if you are a minor. Though the age limit varies with the province. You must be a Canadian or foreign youth of age between 18 to 35.

8. Is studying in Canada difficult?

Not really. A good reason to take a chance on Canada is their excellent post-secondary education system. Canada is a multicultural nation and a very safe place to live and study, and they value education highly.

9. Is it better to study in UK or Canada?

UK does not allow you to work and live after studying there, hence it is not worth it.

10. How much percentage is required for a Canada study visa?

Students seeking admission to Canadian colleges or universities after 12th standard from India usually have the option to choose from Diploma Course, Advance Diploma Course or Bachelor's Degree. The Diploma & Advanced Diploma usually accepts candidates with a minimum of 55% in any four subjects.

11. Who can sponsor me to study in Canada?

A student permit requires no sponsorship. If you decide to remain in Canada after you complete your study program. In that case you need a sponsorship. You can get a sponsorship from your family members who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents can sponsor you. Employers can also sponsor you.

12. Can a friend sponsor me to Canada?

You are not eligible to sponsor your friend to Canada for permanent residency, you can send them a letter of invitation to apply for a Visitor Visa. As an individual you are eligible to sponsor are your spouse, common law partner, conjugal partner, grandparents, parents, and dependent children.

13. Can I bring my family to Canada on a student visa?

Yes, you may be able to bring your spouse or common-law partner, and dependent children, with you to Canada. They may be eligible for a study or work permit, or a visitor visa. You must submit their applications online when you apply for your study permit.

14. How many years Visa does Canada give to students?

The maximum length of the post-work permit is of three years. It means if your post-graduate course's duration is two years, you get a three-year PGWP visa. A post-graduation work permit cannot be valid for longer than the student's study program. The course duration must be a minimum of eight months in length.

15. Is it easy to get Canadian student visa?

After getting a letter of acceptance from a Canadian school, it might seem like the hard part is over. However, the truth is that it can be a lot harder to get a Canadian study permit than it seems.

16. Does Canada student visa get rejected?

According to information from IRCC, about 30 percent of all study permit applications are refused.

17. Is an interview required for a Canada student visa?

Interview is not required for a student visa in India but yes when you landing in Canada for first time you may face an interview. Immigration officer may ask you some basic questions about your courses, language college etc.

18. How much does a student earn in Canada?

International students are often paid nearly minimum wages in Canada, around CAD$ 10 per hour.

19. Which course is best in Canada for PR?

You can choose any course to apply for a study visa in Canada but one thing you make sure it must be relevant with the course basis on which you are applying the higher studies in Canada.

20. My Canada student visa is rejected once, am I eligible to apply again?

If your application is rejected to come to Canada, you can apply again at any time, unless your decision letter says you can't. You should only apply again if you can include information that you didn't include before.

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