Yes, you will have the opportunity to work part time (20 hours per week) during your studies and fulltime during school breaks. There are also programs that allow you to work for 3-12 months fulltime during your studies.
International Students get the benefit of free education for their school aged children. Children pursuing post-secondary education will need to apply for a study permit and pay tuition fees. Younger children requiring day care or Kindergarten education will need to also pay school fees.
Some institutions require that students pay a tuition deposit to secure their seat prior to receiving confirmation of acceptance. This deposit may be a part or full payment of the first semester’s tuition, ranging from CA$500-CA$8000 depending on the institution.
The Canadian Government requires that you provide them with proof of your tuition fees and CA$10,000 for the first year of your studies. If you are applying with family, you are required to show additional funds. Click Here for more information.
Scholarships and other financial options are available to help you make your study dream a reality. Sign up for consultation to learn more about your financial options.
Schools usually take an average of 3-6 weeks to process applications once all documents have been submitted and the Canadian High Commission may take another 3-6 weeks to process your application. You are responsible for the time that you take to submit documents correctly.
Only the registered member is permitted to participate in consultations. Also note that representatives are not permitted to issue any of your information to any other individual unless given written permission from the primary applicant.