Our Identity: Vision and mission

  • Visions:

To be the world’s most trusted, most efficient and most innovative HUB for intel’ students to apply schools.

Admission Hub aspires to be a role model for other companies in the way it carries on its business and protects consumers.

  • Mission

The Canada Admission Hub’s mission is to change lives and benefit families, by providing Canadian college admission guidance, advice and consultation on any immigration query that you may have.

Our mission is to help people to start or continue their studies in Canada with a high-quality education, succeed and work in Canada like other Canadians. We promise to help foreign students settle in Canada in a very smooth and hassle-free manner. We aspire to provide trustworthy services to our clients for their Canadian Visa / Admissions journey 

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Our Values

We are committed to the following organizational values:


Important decisions, policies and procedures are provided to Members. Lead by example. Leadership must openly and directly embrace integrity


We value personal accountability, a culture of organizational responsibility, and owning the outcomes and consequences of our actions.


Fundamental to people's lives and mission success. Respect begins within oneself and stems from dignity, a basic human right.


The Board of directors and staff take full responsibility for actions and decisions.


We create a work environment that respects and includes difference, recognizing the unique contributions.


Innovation Helps Organizations Differentiate Themselves. We aim to be the most innovative firm in Canada among our industry firms.

How to Overcome Canada Study Permit Refusal: IRCC Refusals and Appeals

The issuance of study permits is approved at the discretion of Canadian immigration officers. Unfortunately, it is common for a study permit to be refused to a foreign national for various reasons. If a study permit is refused, a visa officer will issue the refusal in a letter outlining the grounds for refusal. In this blog post, we will explore some strategies and options for international students who have faced study permit refusal while in Canada.

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Visitors in Canada : Work Permit vs Study Permit which one should I apply?​

Planning to study in Canada and wondering about the different immigration pathways available? One common route is to initially obtain a work visa and then transition to a study permit. This process often involves a Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA), which is a critical component of the immigration process. In this article, we will discuss the transition from a work visa to a study permit, focusing on LMIA.

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