Jun 12, 2023

D.I.Y for Aspiring Students

Para po doon sa mga aspiring students dito sa Canada na nagugulohan kung paano mag DIY ito po ang steps:

1. Decide first where in Canada you want to study.

2. Choose DLI school that offers PGWP 

3. Apply for admission, fee is $90.00 to $100(non-refundable) and you need to submit the ff. documents: 

a. HS diploma

b. College diploma and TOR

c. English test result if required(IELTS, CELPIP,TOEFL…)

d. MOI if accepted

e. ECA report 

f. Passport copy

* check other requirements acdg. to sch chosen

4. If accepted you will receive LOA(Letter of Acceptance)

5. Pay the tuition fee(full or half)

6. Apply for student visa online at cic.gc.ca.

7. Pay student visa fee $150(non-refundable if denied)

9. Print duly filled application forms and receipt of payment 

10. POF(Proof of Funds) either in the form of bank certificate or GIC, Affidavit of Support

11. Undergo medical exam at authorized clinic

12. Biometrics 

Documents to be submitted for student visa:

- Duly filled up online student visa application forms with proof of visa payment

- Acceptance letter from the school 

- Valid passport.

- Proof that you have enough funds to finance your studies.

- Proof of English Proficiency Test.

- Academic Documents.

- Receipt of Payment of Tuition fee.

- Medical certificate.

- Passport size picture

- SOP or Statement of Purpose

Studying in Canada as international student 

How much fund is required for Canada student visa?

- You (the student)- CAN$10,000 

- First family member- $4,000

- Every additional accompanying family member - CAN$3,000

How much money can a student bring to Canada?

Disclose your funds.

You must tell the border officer if you arrive in Canada with more than CAN$10,000. If you don't, they may fine you and seize your funds. This amount can include cash. 

Proof of financial support

You must prove that you can support yourself, and the family members who come with you, while you are in Canada.

Proof of financial support:

You can prove your funds with:

- proof of a Canadian bank account in your name, if you've transferred money to Canada

- Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) from a participating Canadian financial institution

- proof of a student or education loan from a bank

- your bank statements for the past 4 months

- a bank draft that can be converted to Canadian dollars

- proof you paid tuition and housing fees

- a letter from the person or school giving you money or

proof of funding paid from within Canada, if you have a scholarship or are in a Canadian-funded educational program

- Minimum funds needed to support yourself as a student (and family members who come with you) 

Letter of explanation:

This letter helps the visa officer to understand you and your goals. It explains why you want to study in Canada and that you understand your responsibilities as a student.

You should include this letter if you decide to apply for a study permit, even if you don’t have to get a study permit for your program.

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