Distance learning from a Canadian designated learning institution (DLI) will now count towards the duration of a student’s post-graduation work permit (PGWP) but there is a catch. Distance learning must be less than 50% of the educational program for the time spent studying to count towards the PGWP. This new rule is just one of…
The United States has long been among the topmost sought-after destinations for international students. However, enrollment in the USA has dropped more than ten percent from 2015, which was also the last time the states saw a yearly enrollment of over 300,000 international students. The possibility of getting on the path to a highly coveted…
Canada has seen year-over-year growth in international student enrollment for the past two decades. An increase in Canadian study visa applications has meant greater rates of disapproval for applicants, even though the absolute number of permits issued has risen each year since 2015. With more candidates competing for study permits, the need to submit a seamless application the first time has never been greater.
If you are planning on putting forward an application for a Canadian study permit, you will be required to submit a letter of intent to the Canadian government. Fortunately, our international student program services include detailed guidance on how to write your best letter for visa approval!