Discuss options of studying in Canada and the process of obtaining a study permit.
Changing Study Destination from Australia to Canada
By: Monesh on Apr 15, 2021 01:19 AM EST
I'm currently an International student studying offshore in an Australian University. I started my Masters in Feb 2021 hoping that I will get allowed to come to Australia soon, but the Government had different plans. The Government does not plan to allow entry of foreign nationals until enough people in the country gets vaccinated and seeing the current rate, that could take until 2022. I'm not interested in doing more than half of my degree paying high fees for online lectures, I already have an approved student visa. I am thinking to switch to Canada and need an opinion to see if my case is possible or not.
My Profile: Bachelors: B.E in Computer Engineering(2015-2019) Job: Business Analyst in an IT Firm(2019 - Nov 2020) IELTS: 8(9R, 8.5L, 7W, 7.5S) Current Study: Masters in Information Technology( Feb 2021 - ). Thinking to withdraw after 1st Sem completion(July 2021).
I'm thinking to Apply for colleges in the Jan 2022 intake, once I receive the offer letters I will withdraw from my current Masters and Apply for a Canadian Study Permit.
I would like to know your opinion as to whether I will get a Study Permit or not?
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