How Can You Study In Canada?
You first have to apply to a Canadian Designated Learning Institute (DLI), such as a college or university, and receive an acceptance letter if you aspire to study in Canada.
You can apply for a study permit through Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) after getting accepted to a DLI.
Here are the eligibility requirements you need to fulfill to apply for a study permit.
For starters, you must confirm your financial support can pay for the first year of tuition, living costs, and a return ticket to your home country.
Secondly, you need a Quebec Acceptance Certificate (CAQ) if you plan to study at a university or college located in the province of Quebec.
Most importantly, your criminal record must be clean. In some cases, IRCC asks applicants to submit a police clearance certificate.
Furthermore, IRCC may request you to complete a medical examination to confirm your health status is optimal.
Lastly, you have to prove to your immigration officer that you will exit Canada after your study permit expires.
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