StudyingJune 22, 2022

How to get a Letter of Acceptance (LOA) to study in Canada

As an international student, studying in Canada can lay a strong foundation for your future career and life. However, even though Canada is known for its welcoming temporary residence policies, not everybody qualifies to study in Canada.  To be eligible for a study permit, you must first secure admission into [...]

HousingStudyingAugust 11, 2020

How to find student accommodation in Canada

Securing housing for your arrival at university is generally at the top of every international student’s checklist. Finding a place that’s close to school, within your budget, and fits your needs may seem overwhelming if you don’t know where to start. This article will outline four options for accommodation for [...]

CareerStudyingAugust 5, 2020

Tips for finding work as an international student in Canada

Many international students choose to work throughout their post-secondary degree to help cover some of their expenses and gain Canadian experience. This can be accomplished through part-time work while you study, or through entering a co-op or internship program at your university, provided your study permit allows it.  In this [...]

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