Many international students choose Canada over other potential destinations, such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and France.
A Canada student visa offers certain advantages that other student visas don’t.
By the way, if you were already accepted by a Canadian education institution and want us to prepare/review your Canadian study permit application, our consultation is free of charge!
CANADA STUDENT VISA – WHY CANADA?
Canada has one of the best educational systems in the world, encompassing high academic and world-renowned standards. A Canadian credential can take you very far no matter where you end living up long term.
Education costs vary by program. However, the overall costs of Canadian post-secondary education are less than in the US, Australia and England.
JOBS WHILE STUDYING
Full time students are allowed to work on and off campus. You must prove the ability to pay for your full tuition fees and living expenses for the first year when you apply for a Canada student visa. However, you have the opportunity to take on jobs once you are a student in Canada.
This will give you more Canadian experience, expand your network, and pay for things you may not have had in mind before coming here. You can work 20 hours per week during academic sessions and full time during scheduled breaks and holidays.
BRING YOUR FAMILY WITH YOU
Your spouse/common-law partner is eligible for an open Work Permit and can work full time in Canada for any employer for the entire length of your studies. If you have minor children, they will be able to attend school without having to apply for a Canada student visa.
POST-GRADUATE WORK AND IMMIGRATION
Once you have obtained your Canadian credentials, you and your spouse will be able to apply for an open Work Permit for up to three years.This way, you can make sure to apply for Canadian Permanent Residency whilst gathering your first post-graduate Canadian experience.
In 2015, Canada welcomed more than 220 000 foreign students and the numbers are not likely to decline. With English and French being Canada’s official languages, this country offers a multicultural, cosmopolitan experience and it is impossible not to benefit from this cultural blend.