Canada is a choice destination for international students who want to advance their career by studying at top universities in the country. There are few things you must note before you begin the application process. There are so many reasons and advantages of studying in Canada and if you’re confused on where to study, wonder no more. The advantages of studying in Canada far outweigh any disadvantage you may thing of.
Meanwhile, we’ve briefly summarised them into four points:

  1. Application Documents Needed

You need various documents to apply for admission into Canadian universities. Please note that each Canadian university has its own required documents for international students, but here are the general application documents you need to prepare before you can be considered:

  • A completed application form
  • Graduation certificate/diploma
  • Resume
  • Proof of English language proficiency
  • Proof in the form of bank statements, receipts or certificates that you are capable to pay for your Tuition and Living expenses within your staying in Canada
  • Two letters of attestation in the form of academic reference letter that attest the preparation for Master/PhD studies (including letters from employers)

Note: All translated documents should be notarized by a certified translator or letterhead stationery and the file should also contain the original versions of the documents
2. Research on, and chose your preferred course and institution of study

  • There are plenty of disciplines you can pick from to study in English in Canada.
  • Make sure you are interested in the university you want to pick. Read and learn about the university via their official website before you conclude on your choice.
  1. Apply online: Apply directly on the website of your chosen university and submit all required documents as stated by the institution.
  1. Final steps after receiving your acceptance letter

Kindly consider these things after receiving your acceptance letter from the school:

  • You must make sure you have your health insurance; the coverage of your health insurance varies depending on the province you live in.
  • You must officially enrol in the university after arriving in Canada before classes start.

You can proceed by applying for a student visa, which is locally known as a student permit as soon as you receive the acceptance letter from the university.
For details on how to obtain your student permit, click here
Wondering what life in Canada looks like?  Click here 

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