Canada Study Pathway Form

Depending on your situation and your goals, this form will help in assessing your options for studying in Canada, working in Canada, and transitioning to permanent resident status. Our unique CanadaVisa assessment system evaluates your eligibility and provides you with options for achieving your particular goals.

If you are not currently studying in Canada, but wish to do so, by filling out this form we will be able to assess your options and make recommendations for the next steps.

If you are currently studying in Canada, by filling out this form we will be able to provide you with personalized recommendations for working in Canada upon graduation and eventually becoming a Canadian permanent resident. Further, by completing this form we will be able to provide information on bringing family members to Canada, open work permits, and changes to your study permit.

Fill out the CanadaVisa Study Assessment form, and we will get back to you with the next steps

Name

Date of Birth:

Phone

Country of citizenship

Email

Country of residence

Are you interested in studying in Canada, or are you currently studying in Canada?

Have you received an Acceptance Letter from a Canadian school ?

In which Canadian province or territory is the school you will be attending?

What is your target starting date for the study program?

Have you ever been refused a visa to Canada or any other country?
Do you (or your sponsor, if applicable) have at least CAD $10,000 in addition to the required tuition fees to cover your living expenses in Canada during the first year of studies?


Note: Candidates for a study permit must prove that they have enough money to pay for their tuition fees, living expenses for themselves and for any family members who come with them to Canada, and return transportation for themselves and any family members who come with them to Canada.

What is your highest level of completed education?

In which country was this level of education obtained?

Do you have official transcripts from your highest level of completed education?


Note: A transcript is an inventory of the course(s) taken and grade(s) earned by a student throughout a course of education. Official transcripts covering completed courses of education are required by individuals who wish to study in Canada on a study permit.
If applicable, what is your Grade Point Average (GPA) or overall percentage in your last level of study?
Have you undergone a language proficiency test in English or French, such as IELTS, CELPIP or TEF?

In which province or territory are you interested in studying?

What fields of study are you interested in?

What is your estimated budget for tuition per year?

Do you (or your sponsor, if applicable) have at least CAD $10,000 in addition to the required tuition fees to cover your living expenses in Canada during the first year of studies?


Note: Candidates for a study permit must prove that they have enough money to pay for their tuition fees, living expenses for themselves and for any family members who come with them to Canada, and return transportation for themselves and any family members who come with them to Canada.

Do you have a spouse or common-law partner?



Note: Common-law partners are those who are in a conjugal relationship and have been living with a partner of the same or opposite sex for one continuous year.
Would your spouse or common-law partner like to join you in Canada while you are attending your study program?


Note: Foreign spouses and common-law partners of international students in Canada may obtain an open work permit, allowing them to work for any Canadian employer without first having a confirmed offer of employment.

Do you have any children?

Would you like your children to accompany you to Canada?

Do you possess a valid Canadian Study Permit?
What is your current status in Canada?
When did you begin your current study program in Canada?
When do you expect to complete your current study program in Canada?
In which Canadian province or territory is the school you are currently attending?
Note:A school is a Designated Learning Institution as defined by the government of Canada and listed on this page.
What is the name of the institution at which you are currently studying?
What is the field of study that you are currently enrolled in?
What is the level of education you are currently enrolled in (e.g. bachelor/master’s/doctoral)?
After completion of your current study program, do you intend to pursue further studies in Canada?
Have you received an Acceptance Letter from a Canadian school ?
Do you plan on obtaining a Post-Graduation Work Permit upon completion of your studies in Canada?
Do you plan on immigrating to Canada permanently?
Do you have a spouse or common-law partner?


Note: Common-law partners are those who are in a conjugal relationship and have been living with a partner of the same or opposite sex for one continuous year.
Is your spouse or common-law partner currently in Canada?
Is your spouse or common-law partner currently in Canada?
Do you have any children?
Do you require assistance in changing or renewing your Study Permit?
Please provide details in the appropriate field

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