Q&A
Q: Why do I study in Canada?
A: there are many reasons for you to study in Canada. First, Canada qualifications are recognized around the world; second, tuition fees and living expenses are affordable; third, high possibility of immigration.

Q: What can I do when I finish my studies in Canada?
A: You may choose to Gain Canadian work experience and immigrate to Canada; or continue your studies in Canada; or return to your home country with a globally recognized degree or diploma

Q: How Much Does It Cost to Study Abroad in Canada?
A: Canada offers the lowest tuition rates for foreign students compared with the U.K., Australia, New Zealand and the US.

Q: what is the accommodation in Canada like?
A:Many schools offer on-campus housing ranging from shared condominiums to dormitory-style housing. If you choose to live off-campus, you may rent a room in an apartment, condominium or house.

Q: Do I need a permit to study in Canada?
A: In most cases, you must apply for a study permit before coming to Canada. Ensure that you have a letter of acceptance from the educational institution (i.e. the school, college or university) in Canada that has accepted you before you begin the application process.

Q: Do I need a visa?
A:International students only need a study permit to study in Canada. Depending on your citizenship, however, you may also need a temporary resident visa to enter Canada. To find out more about the Canada temporary resident visa, including the list of countries for which the temporary resident visa is required, please refer to the following pages on the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website: http://www.cic.gc.ca/English/visit/visas.asp

Q: What shall I prepare before departure?
A: Pre-Departure Checklist

  • Apply to study in CFIS.
  • Accept your offer for study in CFIS.Q&A
  • Apply for a passport, or check that your current passport will be valid for at least six months beyond your return date.
  • Apply for study permit and temporary resident visa (if required).
  • Book airline tickets.
  • Buy travel and health insurance.
  • Arrange accommodation in Canada.
  • Arrange transportation to/from the airport at home and in Canada.
  • Arrange your banking – consider buying traveller’s cheques or money order for large denominations, as well as carrying a smaller amount of cash.
  • Check baggage and customs limitations.