A Study Permit to Canada is a document issued by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), which allows foreign students to pursue their studies at a Canadian designated learning institution for a defined period of time.
The designated learning institutions include colleges, universities, and technical vocational schools that have been specifically recognized by the Canadian Government to accept foreign students.
To be eligible to apply for a Study Permit to Canada, an aspiring student must meet the following eligibility criteria:
- A student must obtain an Acceptance Letter from a Designated Learning Institution;
- Must obtain a Certificat d’acceptation du Quebec, if the student wishes to study in Montreal or the Province of Quebec;
In order to apply for a Study Permit to Canada, an applicant is required to submit a set of documents, which are as follows:
- A valid passport;
- Proof of adequate financial ability to support yourself financially during your stay in Canada, including your tuition fee and other expenses;
- Be in good health because of IRCC may ask for a medical exam;
- Bank statement;
- Documentation of education loan from a financial institution
*Note that these are the basic documents requirement.