Discuss options of studying in Canada and the process of obtaining a study permit.
Student Visa Process
By: Education on Jun 19, 2019 02:50 PM EST
Hello, My name is Christeen and am from India. Currently am pursuing BBA from an renowned university in India which will get over by April 2020.
After my Bachelor's i want to pursue my PGDM in Canada due to various reasons that is 1- Quality of Education. 2 - Employability 3 - Culture.
The Main issue is my D.O.B is 03-08-1994. And i have completed my 12th in commerce on 2012. After that i joined 2colleges but i dropped out due to poor education quality. And i joined an renowned university in 2017 and currently am in my 5th Semester with Good Grades and No Backlogs.
In between i have 5yrs of gap during which i worked in Hospital In Admin Department for 4years and i have working experience.
Will these 5yrs of gap will be an issue for my VISA Rejection or will any college or university in Canada will allow me to pursue PGDM from them.
By: Zhang Hui on Jul 17, 2019 09:56 AM EST
Hi Christeen, visa facilitate your entry to Canada, but you also need a study permit issued by Canadian immigration to be able to study in Canada. To apply for a study permit, you need an acceptance letter from a designated educational institution (DLI) in Canada. Therefore, I suggest you to check the admission requirements of the DLIs that interest you and contact them directly.
By: Aishwarya on Aug 29, 2020 03:35 AM EST
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