StudyingJune 17, 2021

How to Apply for the Student Direct Stream (SDS) in Canada

You’ve been accepted to a Canadian learning institution: congratulations! The next step to start your studies in Canada is to obtain your study permit. In this article: What’s a study permit? What happens after you get accepted to a Canadian university or designated learning institutions (DLI)? Applying through the Student [...]

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10 Best Ranked Canadian Universities

There are many reasons why Canada has become the destination of choice for international students. Many Canadian universities have a great reputation in international rankings and universities offer the opportunity to study in both French and English. Canada’s reputation as a warm and welcoming country that offers an easy path [...]

ImmigrationStudyingSeptember 7, 2020

An international student’s guide to permanent residency in Canada

According to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) data, in 2019, there were approximately 642,000 international students in Canada, demonstrating the country’s position among the most desirable places to study internationally. The opportunity to gain world-class education at an economical cost in comparison to countries like the United States, United [...]

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