STUDENTS VISA CATEGORIES
A) General Category
Documents To Be Submitted Along With The Study Permit Application:
- Study Permit Application form.
- Personal Information Form for students and postdoctoral researchers.
- Letter of acceptance from Canadian University, College or Technical Institute.
- Certificate of Acceptance from the province of Quebec (Only if you plan to study in Quebec).
- TOEFL / IELTS score, if applicable.
- Passport, valid for at least one year, from the proposed date of entry into Canada.
- Visa fee to be payable by Bank draft.
- Copies of Academic Mark sheets and Certificates.
- Work Experience Certificates, if applicable.
- Proof of payment of fees, if applicable.
- Proof of Funds – Applicants must demonstrate that they have sufficient liquid assets to pay the tuition fees, living expenses and traveling cost without engaging in employment in Canada. Students must demonstrate that they have at least Cdn$10,000 plus the cost of tuition for a twelve-month period, plus the cost of traveling to and fro from Canada. Even Bank Loans are accepted.
- Letter from the sponsor.
- Income Tax Papers of the sponsor.
B) SPP Category
Student Partners Program (SPP)
The Student Partners Program (SPP) is a pilot project designed and implemented in partnership between the Canadian visa offices in India and the Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC). This pilot program aims to test a model for expediting the student visa process and delivering higher approval rates while maintaining program integrity. Twenty of ACCC’s member colleges have been involved in this Program, which list is mentioned below. The participating institutions were selected on the basis of 2008 volumes.
Students interested in submitting applications under the SPP will be encouraged to contact the member college for information. At this time, SPP is open to Indian nationals only. Application submission under the SPP is at the discretion of each member college. All students are strongly encouraged to submit supporting documents as indicated in the checklists to facilitate the processing of their applications, their should not be any fraudulent documents attached with the application.