Study in Canada
Reforms for international students in Canada include PAL and PGWP
Canada is implementing reforms to its International Student Program to ensure sustainable growth, system integrity and a positive student experience.
What does MBA mean and why is it so popular in Canada?
This higher level study covers a wide range of business areas such as finance, marketing, human talent management, project management, leadership, business analysis and entrepreneurship.
Low-cost loans for student housing construction
This fall 2024, Canada will implement proactive measures to address the need for student housing through the Apartment Construction Loan Program. This resolution is the cornerstone of an approach intended to revolutionize the student housing landscape and make a significant contribution to the Canadian housing market.
How to study at Humber College, Canada
In this Immiland Education article, we will give you details of this prestigious institution, its programs of study and registration benefits through our Humber College-Immiland agreement.
How do I apply to study at Royal Roads University in British Columbia, Canada?
In the beautiful city of Victoria, capital of the Canadian province of British Columbia, is located Royal Roads University, a public institution with more than 70 years since its founding and recognized for its inspiring academic work for the learning and welfare of the community of national and international students.
Can international students within Canada apply for a study permit?
When it comes to studying in Canada, one of the first important steps is obtaining a study permit; and with the recent changes on January 22 of this 2024 it is clear that new applications from abroad will have to handle new conditions that may slow down the application process, but if you are within Canada studying, you should know that these limits will not affect current study permit holders or study permit renewals and do not include those pursuing master's and doctoral studies.
Expansion of full-time off-campus work.
From November 15, 2022 until April 30, 2024, eligible international students may work off-campus for more than 20 hours per week. This extension provides more flexibility for students who are already in Canada and whose study permit applications were received by IRCC by October 7, 2022.
Why will fewer international students come to Canada in 2024?
In this Immiland Canada article, we provide you with a detailed analysis of the reasons behind the implementation of major changes in student immigration and why Minister Miller is concerned about the quality of education in Canada.
Changes in the 2024 Study Permit, Letters of Acceptance
Immiland Canada has been following every announcement to inform you in a timely manner about these measures and, very importantly, we want to avoid alarming all foreign students equally, we reiterate that these changes impact those who are about to come to the country and have not yet made their application.
Two-year time limit for international student visas
Canadian Immigration Minister Marc Miller announced that there will be a two-year time limit for new international university students entering the country this year 2024.
Changes for study permits in Quebec
With few exceptions, all applicants for study permits destined for Quebec must present an attestation de délivrance of the Certificat d'acceptation du Québec (CAQ) from the Ministère de l'Immigration, de la Francophonie et de l'Intégration (MIFI).
Canadian Senators Unveil Urgent Reforms to International Student Program
A recent report, co-authored by Senators Sabi Marwah, Ratna Omidvar, Yuen Pau Woo and Hassan Yussuff, sheds light on the challenges facing Canada's international student program.
Immigration Levels Plan 2024-2026
In this Immiland Canada article, we present details of the plan and how it contributes to the country's growth, diversity and humanitarian commitments.
New cost-of-living threshold for international students in Canada
Marc Miller, announced a series of revised requirements aimed at better protecting and supporting international students in Canada through a new cost-of-living threshold so they do not have to go through economic vicissitudes halfway through.
Québec's Immigration Plan for 2024 and 2025
This is news that all foreigners wishing to study, work and/or live in the prosperous province of Quebec should be aware of, so we invite you to analyze the key modifications to these policies and how they fit into the broader objectives of Canadian immigration.
New student visa applications in Canada must demonstrate increased financial solvency by 2024
As of January 1, 2024, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) will increase the cost of living requirement for study permit applicants, this decision was made since the government claims that the financial requirements are far below the cost of living in Canada and students manage an economic perspective of their funds that is far from reality, in short, when they settle down to live in this country, they realize that they face a monthly living budget that is not enough to cover all their living, study and other expenses.
Student visa refused?
What are the most common reasons for rejection and how can you avoid them? Based on analysis of the number of Access to Information and Privacy Requests (ATIP) for study visas conducted by Immiland Canada over the past few years, we have identified the most frequent causes of study visa refusals.
Canada revises its definition of "dual intent" to avoid pointless visa denials
In order to prevent immigration authorities from unnecessarily rejecting work and study permit applications, i.e., denying you a visa, Canada is expanding the definition of "dual intent".
Ontario explores unprecedented changes to OINP for one-year university graduates
16,500 immigrants nominated for permanent residency Ontario explores unprecedented OINP changes for one-year college graduates
Advantages of studying in Prince Edward Island (PEI)
Prince Edward Island (PEI) is a natural and cultural treasure on the east coast of Canada! Known for its picturesque scenery, red sand beaches, rich history and welcoming community, PEI presents itself as an exceptional destination for those seeking an enriching educational experience. This charming island, the smallest of the Canadian provinces, offers world-class academic opportunities in a safe and friendly environment. Studying in Prince Edward Island has many advantages; the following are the most important ones
A secure and bright future in education
The Canadian government is taking significant steps to improve its international student program and ensure that its genuine learners are protected from scams; it is also implementing advances that aim to improve overall program performance and make the education system more robust, accessible and safe for students.
Between languages and discoveries while studying in Canada
Beyond statistics and data, it is the real voices of students that best capture the essence of an educational experience abroad. In this article, we invite you to immerse yourself in the authentic experiences of an international student who chose Canada as her language learning destination.
New Quebec immigration rules require greater proficiency in French for international students
Recent immigration policy reforms have generated controversy with McGill and Concordia universities, which have expressed concern about the impact these changes may have on the interest of potential international students to enroll in them, as they must now have a good level of French to qualify for permanent residency.
Is Canada considering imposing a visa cap on international students?
Canada has long been a leading destination for international students seeking a quality education and a promising future; however, recent discussions about the possible imposition of a cap on international students have generated controversy and raised questions about the country's stance on immigration, education and its housing crisis.
How to enter a public institution in Canada if your high school program goes up to grade 11?
How to enter a public institution in Canada if your high school program goes up to grade 11? Attention, parents with children whose high school program goes up to grade 11.
How to apply to a college or university in Canada?
At Immiland, we know very well that studying in Canada requires a general preparation that allows the student to ensure the success of his or her admission to the college or university, that is why we will gladly explain the step by step process to apply to the desired institution.
What are the advantages of studying languages in Canada?
When it comes to improving language skills, Canada has emerged as a destination of choice for international students. With its world-class education system and culturally diverse environment, studying languages in Canada offers a unique range of advantages. Here are just a few of them.
Permanent Residency Plan for Students in PEI, Canada
If you are coming to study in Canada, the PEI Provincial Nominee Program for International Students is for you. In this article, we share valuable information for students who want to live in Canada and get an easier way to permanent residency. Are you ready for a new life in Prince Edward Island? Let's go there!
How do I apply to study at Camosun College, Canada?
Camosun College: from internship to paid employment What are the advantages of studying at Camosun College and how do I apply to study there?
Studying at Lambton College: advantages and admissions
Lambton College is a great ally for Immiland and with great joy we can affirm that in the last year we have helped more than 50 people who have been accepted in this institution, which has allowed us to confirm the satisfaction they feel with the academic program they have chosen.
Enrollment open for study at Mohawk College, Canada
Enrolment open for study at Mohawk College, Canada Mohawk College: most sought after by international students
Open enrollment to study in Vancouver, Canada
University Canada West (UCW) is one of Immiland Canada's most prominent partners and we have had notable success with this institution in sending them a large number of Latino international students, who value the opportunity to be able to count on the scholarships offered by the Vancouver region.
Studying at college or university: which is the best study option offered by Canada in 2023?
Did you know that in Immiland you can enroll in a college or university in 2023 without administrative costs? What is the best study option?
How to apply for a visa in Canada through flagpoling?
How to apply for a visa through flagpoling? What is flagpoling? Why choose flagpoling?
Can I travel outside of Canada while studying?
Many people have doubts about the freedom to leave Canada while studying. We will start by touching on the educational points and then the immigration ones.
Tips for choosing a good college and educational program
In this blog we will provide you with important tips that can help you ensure that your college or university selection process is the right one for your goal of achieving permanent residency.
Studying a master's degree in Canada for permanent residency is possible
When studying for a master's degree in one of these two provinces: Ontario or British Columbia, both provinces reward their master's degree graduates by granting them permanent residency.
ENGLISH and Canadian immigration
English is very important when considering migrating to Canada, this is why I want to explain the importance of English in three immigration tracks, I will demonstrate the level of English you should have when applying for a visa through the following tracks.
What are twinning, bundle, 1+1 programs?
The twinning programs are 2 graduate programs of 1 year duration each and are recommended for students who already have a previous undergraduate degree. The major benefit of these programs is that the student may be eligible for a PGWP for up to 3 years of duration, since the letter of acceptance to the program is for 2 years of study.
Which are the cheapest colleges or universities to study in Canada?
Studying in Canada is one of the most challenging and cost-effective ways to study, and we know that finding affordable study options can be a challenge. We found 7 institutions that have very affordable prices, excellent educational quality, amazing campuses, PGWP eligibility and many opportunities to grow academically and professionally:
What is the Post Graduation Work Permit and what is its importance?
The PGWP stands for "Post-Graduation Work Permit Open Work Permit" and is provided to international students who meet all the requirements to obtain the PGWP.
What is a language PATHWAY in Canada?
Do you want to study in Canada at a higher education institution (college/university) but you do not yet have the necessary level of English/French or the minimum level required for admission? You should know that in Canada there are "language pathways"!
OPTIONS FOR DEMONSTRATING ROOTS IN YOUR COUNTRY WHEN APPLYING FOR A STUDY VISA IN CANADA
The longer your roots, the better your chances are that the officer will not question your ability to return to your country of origin and/or comply with the period authorized by the Canadian government.
Study and live in Canada in 2023
Do you have in your 2023 goals to study in Canada? But you definitely don't know where to start! This conference is for you!
Would you like to apply for a study visa and don't know where to start?
In this blog we will share with you 4 basic questions you should ask yourself if you want to study in Canada. Pay close attention to the answers, as there you will find some basic tips required that you should have ready for your visa application.
Residency without a Job Offer? - Rural and Northern Program
The rural and northern program, so today we are going to tell you about this program with a very interesting approach for people who are already in Canada or for those who want to come to Canada via studies.
How to apply to a College in Canada and what documents are required?
Advantages of our Vocational Counseling
Our vocational or educational counseling is provided by consultants registered with CCEA (Canada Course for Education Agents), where they will be able to answer your questions if you come to Canada to study.
Benefits of Canadian post-secondary education
Canada is one of the best countries with a high favorability index in quality of life, safety and economic development, it is one of the most popular and sought after destinations for international students, this is due to beneficial components such as its prestigious private and public institutions, intercultural development, part-time and post-graduation job opportunities, a better quality of life, varied job opportunities among many others.
How to choose an institution to study in Canada?
We know that it can be difficult to choose where to study, even more so when the decision is made outside the country of destination. That's why today we want to give you some recommendations to take into account when deciding.
What are Twinning programs?
These programs, better known as twinning, bundle, customized or dual programs, are 2 postgraduate programs of 1 year each and are recommended for students who want to emphasize different areas, depending on their professional and educational background and thus be eligible to obtain the PGWP for up to 3 years.
How much money do I need to study in Canada?
There are many doubts that arise when planning a trip abroad, especially when the purpose of the trip is to study. Therefore, in this article we will give you an idea of how much money you need to raise approximately to achieve your goal of studying in the country of the maple leaf. Keep in mind that in this article we refer to costs for studies of more than 6 months.
General requirements for applying to a college or university in Canada
Canada has recently been ranked as the best place in the world to study. Compared to the United States, United Kingdom and Australia, CANADA manages the best prices while maintaining its quality standards.
Education for minors in Canada
When my clients intend to migrate as a family, they usually ask the following question: Eddy, what is the school system like in Canada? I consider this question to be very important and for that reason I have prepared the following information for you.
Canada, an excellent option to study abroad.
Canada is in the top 3 countries with the highest number of international students, after Australia and the United Kingdom. According to the Canadian Bureau for International Education, Canada is home to more than half a million international students.