studying-in-canada

Studying in Canada

Studying in Canada is a path to immigration……… if you understand the law and which programs and work experience provide the opportunity to obtain permanent residence and later citizenship.  Avoid spending your money on the wrong strategy for study and post graduate work.

Don’t risk the refusal of your application by just filling forms without knowledge of the law*. Once an application is refused, a permanent record is created. Seek professional help from an experienced, ICCRC certified consultant. Get help via a consultation today.

 Do you know the answers to the following questions?  If not, professional guidance is advisable.

  • What is the fastest, most ecnomical path to immigration via studies?
  • What are the major reasons for refusal of student visas?
  • Which province and program are you elligible for?
  • Do all programs allow you to gain immigration?
  • What are the language requirements?
  • Can you study English first?
  • How much money do you need?
  • Can you gain permanent residence without working?

Studying in Canada vs. UK, USA, Australia

Study in Canada Study in UK, USA, Australia
Competitive pricing
Significantly more expensive
Possibility to obtain permanent residenceVery difficult to obtain permanent status
Multiculturalism – official government policyMulti-culturalism not part of government policy and in reality, not always practiced
Quality of education – Canadian education recognized globally
Quality of education also high
Post graduate employment – 98% placement rate for Co-op studentsPost graduate employment depends on the location
High quality of life across all locationQuality of life not consistently high in all locations
SafetyHigher crime rates in many cities

*You must have knowledge of the Immigration & Refugee Protection Act, regulations, policy & relevant Federal Court decisions for a successful application.