How to Study in Canada
Canada has a wide variety of options for International students.
While there are many choices of schools, choosing the right one may prove to be a difficult task.
For this reason we are here to give you support choosing the school according with your profile.
Find below a summarized steps on how the educational process works.
Contact one of our Educational Counsellors to book a free appointment
On this consultation we will provide you crucial information about the educational process.
Choose the program and school
Our team will analyse your profile and options and will provide a list of programs that best fit your expectations.
We apply to School
This process can be difficult, but no worries, you will have all support and our team will take care of your application package.
Pay your Tuition
We have a payment system that can facilitate the transfer.
Receive the letter of Acceptance
Congratulations you got approved.
Apply to your Study Permit
Our visa team is qualified to analyse your case and prepared to submit your application
Want to know more about visa process? Create a Hyperlink to visa
Apply for Homestay and Medical Insurance
As an International student it is necessary to have a medical insurance, we can take care of it for you.
Also our agency can assist you with your homestay.
Pre Boarding meeting
We know that traveling is exhausted, for this reason we will give you an orientation before you come to Canada, with tips and check if everything is ready.
Welcome to Canada
We will receive you with open arms in one of our branches Vancouver /Toronto/Calgary.
Be an informed student
There are government recognized organizations which only allow companies of the highest standard to join. Schools that are a part of Languages Canada, PTIB and EQA have passed and meet high levels of quality.
What is EQA?
EQA is the quality assurance designation that identifies BC public and private post-secondary institutions that have met or exceeded provincial government recognized quality assurance standards and offer consumer protection.Official Website
What is PTIB?
Over 51,000 students enroll in private training institutions in B.C. each year. Students are trained for a broad range of occupations from sound and audio technicians to licensed practical nurses to commercial pilots.
The sector is regulated by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB), which is responsible for:
- Ensuring institutions meet the requirements and standards for certification
- Maintaining a Private Training Institution Directory of all certified institutions, along with formerly certified institutions
- Providing student protection and overseeing the Student Tuition Protection Fund
What is Languages Canada?
This is Canada’s premier language organization representing official languages: English and French. Membership is limited to programs from the public and private sectors that meet the rigorous standards of the association. Languages Canada is recognized by the Canadian government and internationally.Official Website
In Colleges, you will find a variety of programs such as vocational training, career technical, academic studies, and trades, pursuing the following credentials: certificates, diplomas, associate degrees, and applied degrees.They also grant programs to adults preparation for post-secondary studies. Some institutes may also allow you to transfer credits to university programs to achieve an undergraduate degree.There are different types of Institutions according to career, vocational and technical specialties, including a variety of occupations. They may offer credentials from certificates to degrees.
Universities are more focused on teaching and researches and provide undergraduate degrees and Masters or Ph.D. levels, which are graduate degree programs. Some Institutions offer diplomas and certificates in professional areas, as well as continuing education studies.
Some of Public Schools
- Vocational Training programs
- Degree granted institutions
Some of Private Schools
- General English, Business English, Academic English, University Preparation