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Moving to Canada as a Student
How, Why and Where

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HOW TO MOVE TO CANADA AS A STUDENT?

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  • You need to be over 18.

  • You need a valid passport.

  • Get your Letter of Acceptance as proof that you've been officially accepted.

  • Obtain proof that you have a clean police record and that you are in good health.

  • Apply for a Canadian Study Permit (issued by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)) while you’re in your country of residence (you can apply online).

  • The Letter of Introduction from the Canadian visa office needs to be with you at all times during traveling

  • Residents from some countries will also need a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) so check that with Canadian authorities in your country.

WHY IS CANADA THE PERFECT PLACE FOR STUDYING ABROAD?

student graduating If you are interested in studying in Canada, you probably already have some reasons why. However, to give you an even better idea of what Canada has to offer, here are some benefits of studying in this country.

  • High standard of education
  • Obtaining a degree from a Canadian university can open many doors for you. Canadian universities are valued across the world and known for their diversity and top quality. In fact, Canada has 8 universities listed among U.S. News top 200 Best Global Universities.
  • High quality of life
  • Canada is an economically strong country with a low crime rate and low unemployment rate. According to U.S. News, Canada has ranked number 1 in the world (for the 5th consecutive year) for providing a good quality of life.
  • Friendly and approachable people
  • Going alone in a new country can be intimidating. But it shouldn’t be if you are moving to Canada. Canadians are famous for being very friendly and welcoming. Moreover, they are open and kind towards newcomers and minorities.
  • Affordable cost of living
  • Compared to other English-speaking countries in the world, Canada is very affordable. It is less expensive in terms of tuition fees, rent, and other living expenses. So, you can live in a country where everyone speaks English, use your typical Subjecto flashcards study material, but pay less than in the US or UK.

WHERE TO LIVE AND STUDY?

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