This is a frequently asked question by most of our student clientele and as such can be briefly addressed here. However to get more comprehensive information, we advise you to contact us. There are some exceptions, but most students will need a study permit to study in Canada.
If your intention is to study in Canada in a program that is less than 6 months, you may not need a study permit, but you may still need a Temporary Resident Visa to enter Canada. If your intention is to study in Canada in a program that is longer than 6 months you will require a study permit.
In Canada, every learning institution is designated with a code called the Designated Learning Institution Number. This number is unique to every post-secondary institution and is used to show the institution’s compliance with the Canadian standards of education. In our experience, we have had clients who have applied to learning institutions in the past, which do not have the DLI number.
Please remember that the Canadian Government champions for ONLY authorized and recognized educational institutions.
I have been refused of Canadian and other countries Visa. I'm I still qualified to apply?
Indeed you can re-apply for a Canadian visa upon rejection provided because the visa awarding entity does not prohibit it. To learn more on this, we advise you to either contact us for consultation, or visit the Canadian Visa Application site