Over the last decade, Canada's international student population has grown tremendously. With more than 642,480 international students studying in Canada as of December 2019, Canada is further changing its policies to attract more international students.
Most of the Indian students looking for better education and future, choose Canada as their study abroad destination. Not only are the Canadian educational institutions amongst the best in the world, but Canada is also a safe and secure country with a lot of tolerance and diversity. Canada strictly follows the policy of non-discrimination, thus making it an obvious choice for international students.
Canada is a developed and peaceful country and is like a second home to Indians. As an international student, there are numerous advantages to studying in Canada. When it comes to international students, Canada has a reputation for offering some of the world-class education providers along with a modern teaching and learning infrastructure.
From on-campus programs designed to integrate students and improve their experiences to immigration programs designed to expedite their permanent resident immigration applications, Canada has earned a reputation of being the best overseas nation for Indian students. As Canada's international student population grows, institutions and governments are taking further steps to improve student experiences and make it simpler for international students to live and work in Canada after finishing their studies.
Universities, colleges, and other educational institutions provide a variety of programs to assist overseas students in integrating into campus communities, including assisted English programs as a second language program. Furthermore, many schools/universities/colleges provide competitive financial aid packages to international students who can demonstrate good academic performance. While studying in Canada, the majority of Canadian international students are automatically granted permission to work part-time. In addition, most international students can apply for a post-graduation work permit, which allows them to stay in Canada and work after finishing their studies.
Canada's reputation as a world-class destination for overseas students is growing at a rapid pace and shows no indications of abating soon. Individuals looking for a new atmosphere to fulfill their education goals, or those looking for a new life in an affluent country, should strongly consider studying in Canada.
To begin your education journey, you will be first required to obtain a Canadian study permit. This process involves first getting a letter of acceptance from a Canadian institution and then applying to Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for a study permit. Once authorized for a study permit, all international students in Canada must adhere to the rules and regulations during their stay in Canada.
An overseas student with study permission must try to keep themselves enrolled at a Designated Learning Institution (DLI) while making efforts to complete their program on time. Students are also required to abide by the laws and terms mentioned on their study permit. You should also keep in mind that if you are no longer meeting the requirements, then you should stop studying and leave Canada at the expiry of the permit.
If an international student violates any of the terms of their study permit, the permit is instantly revoked. Violations of their Canadian immigration status may have a detrimental influence on any future Canadian immigration applications, whether for temporary or permanent residence.
Nationwide Visas is known for its comprehensive immigration consultancy services that assist domestic candidates to get a place in their desired program/university and reach their desired study abroad destination. Prospective international students are connected with our Educational Counsellors who will support you at every step of your application process.