Studying in Canada could be a memorable experience, plus your studies may lead you to permanent residency in one of the top-ranked countries in the world.
Colleges and educational institutions offer a wide variety of industry-related and professional programs of study leading to degrees, diplomas, and certificates, setting you up for fair competition and recognition among peers.
Canada is a member of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and works to build better policies on education for better lives. Canada is considered as one of the best places to study among OECD and GB countries.
To study in Canada, you will need a Study Permit, and your application will need to be submitted and approved to start an education. Students can obtain a work permit to work on-campus and off-campus.
Once you initiate your studies, you must maintain your student status by:
- You need to maintain your enrollment at an approved Designated Learning Institution (DLI)
- You need to aim at the completion of your program
- You need to respect the terms of your Study Permit
- If you no longer meet the requirements, you need to stop your studies until your status is resolved.
- You need to leave the country at the end of your studies if you are not pursuing a Post-Graduation Work Permit.