Canada offers several categories of study permits for international students who wish to pursue education in Canada. Here are some of the main categories of study permits:
University and college programs: This category of study permit is for students who are enrolled in a university or college program in Canada.
Primary and secondary school programs: This category of study permit is for students who are enrolled in a primary or secondary school program in Canada.
Language programs: This category of study permit is for students who are enrolled in a language program at a designated learning institution in Canada.
Vocational and technical training programs: This category of study permit is for students who are enrolled in a vocational or technical training program in Canada.
Exchange programs: This category is for students who are participating in an exchange program with a Canadian institution.
Study permit for dependents: This category of study permit allows the dependents of international students to join them in Canada while they are studying.
To apply for a study permit, the applicant must have been accepted into a Designated Learning Institution (DLI) in Canada. The applicant must also provide proof of financial support, such as bank statements or a letter of financial support from a sponsor, and must show that they will leave Canada at the end of their studies.
In addition, the applicant may need to provide a medical exam and a police certificate, depending on their country of origin.
These are some of the main categories of study permits in Canada. Each category has its own eligibility requirements and application process, so it’s important to research each one thoroughly before applying.
Call or email Skylake Immigration to find out your eligibility.