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Converting a study permit

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Different ways of applying for a study permit

Over the years Canada has become a hotbed for students all over the world to come and study in the land of the Great White North. International students find studying here extremely beneficial due to quality & affordable education, flexible work-study options and pathways to permanent residency. People apply to study in Canada from their home country or inside Canada. However, it’s important for prospective students to understand the differences between applying for a study permit inside Canada versus applying for a study permit outside Canada. Through this article we hope to clarify the major differences of applying for a student permit from different regions. If you’re an international student applying for a study permit from your home country, then you need to have the following requirements to be eligible: Valid IELTS score with an overall band of 6.5 with no band less than 5.5 You need to pay one year tuition fee of the program you’re enrolled into It is necessary to open a GIC (Guaranteed Investment Certificate) account of $10200. Student has to write a letter of intent to the Canadian embassy explicitly stating that you have no intentions to settle in Canada and are only going there with the intention to study.   While you applying for a study permit from your home country is comforting, you miss out on several benefits. The first one being that  the eligibility requirements are quite strict. Moreover, if you’re above 30 years of age then the chances of being accepted by the Canadian Government is very low. The acceptance rate of study permit applications are much lower than those from inside Canada.   Many people prefer to first come to Canada on a visitor visa and then apply for a study permit. We have summarized the major differences of applying for a study permit inside Canada from outside Canada in the Infographic below: However, all visitor visa holders can apply for a study permit. The following type of visa holders are ineligible to apply for a study permit: Who have been on a visitor visa status for more than 6 months. AND/OR Who are on a visitor visa and have not enrolled for a pre-requisite English course inside Canada. These visa holders can either go back to their home country and then apply for a student visa. Or they can apply for a normal study permit inside Canada. Talk to.....

Study in Canada

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BENEFITS OF STUDY PERMIT IN CANADA

Study Permit In Canada Did you enter as a tourist; liked Canada and wish to get a study permit? Well, that is absolutely possible. Study Permit is  the immigration document issued by the Government of Canada. It can extend your stay in Canada. And it also enables you to study at the top colleges in Canada.    Confused about whether you need to go back to your home country for the application process? Certainly not, you can extend your visitor visa to a study visa right here in Canada.   Are you applying for a study permit within Canada? Here are a few good things to know. If you opt for a full-time program, you can be eligible to work part-time. You can also work full-time (up to 40 hours a week) during scheduled study breaks. Your spouse is likely to be eligible for an open work permit that ensures employment within Canada. Your children too, can avail Canadian education at primary and secondary level without the need for a study permit. Studying in Canada is the pathway to becoming a permanent resident in Canada. Your Canadian education and work experience can provide your family with continued status. Applying for it is a tedious task involving several steps in the process. Availing the Letter of Acceptance from an educational institute to filling up forms, can be overwhelming! So, why not leave the hassle to experts who know exactly what needs to be done effectively. Our counselors will guide you step by step and take care of the process ensuring a seamless process. Contact us for free consultation at      647-264-0522.   Talk to Our Admission Advisor Simran 647-264-0522 Official ADM WhatsApp Admission Hub – Canada’s leading Education & Visa firm Helped 3000+ students | 15 languages | 3 ICCRC immigration consultants | Highly Experienced Team | 35 Team Members Our Consultants are experts of Immigration needs of International students in Canada and will be happy to help you! ICCRC federal visa immigration consultant, immigrants studying abroad are more secure! Contact Us : 647-264-0522 Visit Us Connect with Us on Social Media Facebook Instagram Youtube Read More