Stage One:

Contact the school (or your local school representative if applicable) to get a copy of the application form.
You or your agent need to submit the application form, application fee and most recent transcript.

Stage Two:

After your information has been received and approved, we will request a tuition payment for the full academic year. If you are starting in January, you will be required to pay only January-June portion of the tuition.
Once the payment is received, the school will issue the Official Letter of Acceptance that you will use to apply for a Study Permit/Visa to Canada.

Stage Three:

You can now start the Study Permit/Visa application. You may do this on your own, work with an immigration lawyer or we can put you in touch with one of the consultants we've worked with in the past. The length of this process can vary greatly based on the country from which you are applying.

After you received the visa

Once you received your visa you may enter the country at any time prior to your start date. You must arrive no later than one week after your expected start day.

If a student is under 18 and studying alone, arrangements for Homestay and Guardianship must be made prior to entry to Canada. Guardianship is a legal requirement in Canada for students under 18.

Homestay and Guardianship

For more information and most current pricing please contact us.