IRCC recently implemented a temporary post-graduation work permit policy for students graduating outside of Canada due to COVID-19.
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Many post-secondary institutions are now attempting to make all students have the COVID-19 vaccine before returning back to campus.
Canada has recently added seven Caribbean and Central and South American countries to the Student Direct Stream, which offers faster study permit processing.
Those residing in India and Pakistan hoping to study in Canada may be concerned with the recent travel restrictions implemented.
International students studying in Atlantic Provinces, can expect to be able to be a part of the Atlantic Growth and Strategy Program. An example of one school being; Cape Breton University, whereby students can expect to receive the support needed to feel a part of the community.
International students that are attending a program and or have recently graduated from a Canadian have the opportunity to apply for a startup visa, if they have a business plan that is supported by an investor.
The government of Canada recently updated the public policy for all international students that are enrolled and or will be enrolled in the upcoming intakes for program(s) in Canada. What does this mean? Students who were enrolled in a Post Graduate Work Permit (PGWP) eligible program that started in March 2020 or will be enrolled…
According to information from IRCC, about 30 percent of all study permit applications are refused. Since studying in Canada is so popular, tens of thousands of prospective students who have been accepted to a Canadian school still have their study permit applications refused. What Can I Do If My Study Permit Application Is Refused? If…
For the second year in a row, Canada has ranked as the top destination for international students in the education.com’s 2021 ‘top 10 places to study abroad’ survey. Even during the pandemic, it has held its place above other popular destinations like the USA, the UK, and Australia.