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About iTravel Canada

iTravel Canada started in 2018 in a dining room, but has evolved into an International Brand. We are passionate about helping people get the best travel opportunities for a safer & better life overseas.

Our Founder/Lead Consultant is a Seasoned Travel Expert who has traveled four continents of the world. iTravel Canada is a subsidiary of iGroup Nigeria. Registered in Ontario Canada with Business Number 301166435 (click here to confirm), and in Nigeria with Business Number 3162419 (click here to confirm).

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Our Procedures & Travel Routes

Our seasoned experts will have a one-on-one consultation with you, where we will vet your profile and offer the best travel advice. iTravel Canada also caters to individuals, families, and clients of other Travel Agencies. 

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Study in Sweden

Sweden is the only country on earth that allows unlimited work hours per week for international students all year round. No other country does that. There is no age limit for applications to Sweden. Sweden also ranks higher than Canada, The USA and The UK in terms of overall well-being of its people. For proof, click here.

 

In terms of healthcare, Sweden boasts of one of the best healthcare systems in the world. If you need to study for more than one year in Sweden, you are eligible for the same health insurance as Swedish citizens.

 

In terms of travels, Sweden also has the 5th Most powerful passport in the world, higher than the USA & Canada. For proof, click here. Sweden is a Schengen country. This means a residence permit to Sweden allows you access to all 26 Schengen countries. For proof, click here.

 

Sweden is most suitable for individuals who want to relocate with their families on study visa. Spouses of applicants have the ability to work and support the family. These countries are also suitable for degree holders with low GPA.

 
 
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
Send a scanned copy of the following documents to: hello@eddyosaman.com.
 
For Master’s Admissions:
1. International passport.
2. Degree certificate.
3. Academic transcript – Admission process can begin without transcript, but be ready to send your transcript directly from your institution when we ask you to.
4. High School certificate.
5. Passport photo (white background).
 
 
For Bachelor’s Admissions:
1. International passport.
2. High School certificate (WAEC OR NECO accepted).
3. Copy of Scratch card to check your High School Certificate online (If applicable).
4. Passport photo (white background).
 
 
VISA REQUIREMENTS:
1. International passport with nothing less than a year validity left. If you are traveling as a family, every traveler must have their own passport.
 
2. Admission letter from your institution in Sweden.
 
3. Tuition fee payment receipt.
 
4. Residence permit fees: 150 Euros per Adult. 75 Euros per child. You are responsible for this fee.
 
5. Home ties: (a) Landed properties in your name (b) registered business registration documents in your name (Tax clearance is needed as well if your business is more than a year old) (c) employment/leave letter to a job (d) other assets in your name.
 
6. Health Insurance: The insurance shall be valid for 1year. It costs up to 300 Euros for 1year of health insurance. If you are traveling as a family, you must have insurance for each family member accompanying you. Your insurance policy must have a minimum coverage of 30,000 Euros. Click here to get cheap insurance.
 
7. Proof of funds: This can be a bank statement and must range from 4months to the date you apply for your residence permit. The living expense requirement for you as an applicant (including accommodation) is 10,100 Euros per year. If you are traveling as a family, that would mean an additional 4,100 Euros for your spouse and 2,500 Euros per child.

 

Please note: proof of funds for Sweden can be calculated using the official exchange rate on XE conversion website. Click here to know your official exchange rate for proof of funds.

 
 
AVERAGE EXPENSES:

Process

Individual (Euros)

Family, 5max (Euros)

Residence permit fees

150 Euros

550 Euros

Tuition fees (1 year)

10,000 Euros (Some programs may have higher tuition fees)

10,000 Euros (Some programs may have higher tuition fees)

Travel Medical Insurance (1year)

300 Euros

1,500 Euros

Our fees (Covers your admission fee, our assistance with your admission and visa, and your travel itinerary)

950 Euros

1,500 Euros

Proof of funds (1 year)

10,100 Euros

21,700 Euros

Average Total Expenses

21,450 Euros

35,250 Euros

 

HOW DO I PAY?

Make a one-time investment of 950 Euros (For an individual) or 1,500 Euros (For a family of 5). This covers your admission fee, our assistance and travel itinerary. Full payment must be made before we begin. Our fees are non-refundable.

  • Nigerian applicants: Pay to 0125698567 – Adodo Eddy Osaman – GTBank
  • International applicants pay here: bit.ly/itravelcanada

Please note that for Nigerian applicants, payment must be made in Bureau De Change Exchange rate. Click here to see the Naira to Euro Bureau De Change exchange rate.

 

OVERVIEW OF YOUR PROCESS WITH US:

1.      We will apply online for your admission. We will also pay your application fees.

2.      Once your admission is approved, you will need to pay your tuition deposit as mentioned in your admission letter. We will show you how to pa this directly from your home country.

3.      Next step will be to apply for your residence permit to Sweden.

4.      If you are approved: You will receive an email that the decision has been made. You can then contact the embassy or consulate-general to receive the decision and possibly book an appointment to collect it. When you collect your decision, you must bring your passport with you.

5.      Resi­dence permit card: If you receive a residence permit for more than three months, you will receive a residence permit card. It may take up to 4 weeks from the date of your approval to when you receive your residence permit card.

6.      If you need an entry visa to travel to Sweden: Applicants in certain countries require an entry visa in addition to their residence permit. If you need an entry visa to travel to Sweden, you will be asked to visit the embassy in your country for biometrics. You must bring your passport with you for your visa to be issued (if applicable).

7.      If you are rejected: You will receive an email stating that a decision has been made. You must contact the embassy or consulate-general to get your decision, and possibly book an appointment for this. When you come to collect your decision, you must bring your passport. You may lodge an appeal against the decision within three weeks of the date when you received notification of the decision. Information on how to lodge an appeal can be found in your decision.

 

AVERAGE PROCESSING TIME: Sweden has a definite date when all admission results are published. All applicants are to wait till the general admission publish date. Residence permit application takes a minimum of 3 months from your date of submission. We advise that you begin your process on time! (Kindly note that in certain cases, processing times may take longer).

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Resume Revamp Services

With our resume revamp services, we will not only revamp your resume, we will also revamp your LinkedIn and Indeed profiles for your online job search. 
 
Here’s how to begin:
 
1. Send us your current resume (Ensure your Work experience, Academic experience, Skills and Awards are listed in it).
 
2. Include the username and password to your LinkedIn and Indeed profiles. If you do not have one, we can create the profiles using your email and password.
 
3. Include a portrait photo of you dressed professionally.
 
📩 Send documents to: Hello@eddyosaman.com

 

HOW DO I PAY?

Make a one-time investment of 50,000 Naira (130 USD for international clients).

  • Nigerian applicants: Pay to 0125698567 – Adodo Eddy Osaman – GTBank
  • International applicants pay here: bit.ly/itravelcanada
 
We need a turn around time of 1-2weeks after submission of documents for everything to be ready.
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Study in The United States

There are universities in the USA that offer admission without the need for English proficiency exams for English-speaking countries (Such as Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Kenya, etc). They can also admit you if you had your previous education in English language, even if you are from a non-English speaking country.

 

American universities usually offer admission during Spring (Application usually around October), Summer (Application usually around December) or Fall (Application usually around December).

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

  1. International passport (scanned).
  2. Scanned passport photograph in white background.

  3. For Bachelor applicants: You need your High School certificate.

  4. For Transfer students: University transcript and degree certificate.

  5. For Master’s applicants: Bachelor’s degree and University transcript. Most research-based programs would require you have a Supervisor from the institution you are applying to, Your Bachelor thesis (your project report) and 2 academic references.

 

VISA REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Bank statement: Clients need to present a bank statement for the past 6 months with a minimum closing balance that covers their study expenses for an academic year.

  2. SEVIS fee payment: Online SEVIS fee payment is blocked in some countries. But because we are in North America, we can help pay this fee for our clients.

  3. Using a Sponsor? Let us know so we can provide best recommendations.

  4. Proof of ties to home country: Proof of ownership of real estate, Job Employment and Leave Letter, Business Ownership and Tax Documents, Documents of any other tangible asset owned by applicant.

  5. Travel history to a developed country.

 

YOUR EXPENSES:

Process

Individual ($USD)

Family, 5max ($USD)

Admission fees

120

120

SEVIS fees

350

350

Visa fees

160

800

Health Insurance (per year)

900

4,500

Average Tuition fees (per year)

35,000 (Bsc) 19,000 (Msc)

35,000 (Bsc) 19,000 (Msc)

Accommodation (6 months)

6,000

9,600

Our fees (Admission + Visa Help)

1,220 (Admissions + Visa)

1,860 (Admissions + Visa)

Average Total Expenses

43,750

52,230

 

HOW DO I PAY?

Make a one-time investment of 1,200 USD (For an individual) or 1,860 USD (For a family of 5). This covers your admission fee, visa fee, our assistance and travel itinerary. It does not cover your SEVIS fee, Health insurance or accommodation. Full payment must be made before we begin. Our fees are non-refundable.

  • Nigerian applicants: Pay to 0125698567 – Adodo Eddy Osaman – GTBank
  • International applicants pay here: bit.ly/itravelcanada

Please note that for Nigerian applicants, payment must be made in Bureau De Change Exchange rate. Click here to see the Naira to Euro Bureau De Change exchange rate.

 

NOTE:

  • All expenses mentioned are average and are for regular programs. Special courses like Nursing, MBA, Pharmacology, Law, etc come with higher tuition.
  • Most universities require up to 40% of tuition fees before final admission letter is granted. Others require payment upon arrival.
  • Our fees cover Admission fees, Visa fees, Stationery. It does not cover SEVIS fees.
  • For Families: The spouse of an American study visa holder will be eligible to have a F2 visa to accompany their spouse to the USA. An F2 visa does not allow one to work or study. It only allows recreational activities.

 

AVERAGE PROCESSING TIME: About 3 months minimum for admission, 4 months minimum for visas (Kindly note that in certain cases, processing times may take longer).

 

For applicants in Nigeria, kindly note that obtaining an embassy appointment date is now a hassle. We cannot guarantee an embassy appointment date even after paying to secure one. If this is unsurmountable, kindly choose another travel opportunity on our website.

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Study in Lithuania

Lithuania is a Baltic country and part of the Schengen area and Eurozone. This means a visa to Lithuania allows you access to all 26 Schengen countries. For proof, click here.

 
The Baltic countries are amongst the 11 Most powerful passports in the world, having almost the same power as that of the US and Canadian passports. For proof, click here. These Baltic countries are suitable for low-income earners.
 

After completing your studies, you have the possibility to request to issue a temporary residence permit for a period of 12 months in order to be able to search for a job and take up employment or take-up activity as self-employed person.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

Send a scanned copy of the following documents to: hello@eddyosaman.com.

 

For Master’s Admissions:

1. International passport.

2. Degree certificate.

3. High School certificate.

4. Passport photo (white background).

5. Transcript copy – Admission process can begin without transcript, but be ready to send your transcript directly from your institution when we ask you to.

 

For Bachelor Admissions:

1. International passport.

2. High School certificate (WAEC or NECO accepted).

3. Passport photo (white background).

4. Copy of Scratch card to check your High School Certificate online (If applicable).

 

VISA REQUIREMENTS:

1. International passport with nothing less than a year validity left. If you are traveling as a family, every traveler must have their own passport.

2. Passport photograph softcopy: For yourself and any other accompanying family member.

3. Admission letter from your institution in Lithuania.

4. Tuition fee payment receipt.

5. Visa application fees: 120 Euros per Adult. 60 Euros per child. You are responsible for this fee.

6. Ties to your home country: (a) Landed properties in your name (b) registered business registration documents in your name (Tax clearance is needed as well if your business is more than a year old) (c) employment/leave letter to a job (d) other assets in your name.

7. Health insurance policy for 1 year: The insurance shall be valid for 1year. It costs up to 300 Euros for 1year of health insurance. If you are traveling as a family, you must have insurance for each family member accompanying you. Your insurance policy must have a minimum coverage of 30,000 Euros. Click here to get cheap insurance.

8. Proof of funds (3 months bank statement): This bank statement must range from 3months to the date you apply for your visa. The living expense requirement for you as an applicant (including accommodation) is 5110 Euros per year (for student only).

 

Please note: proof of funds for the Baltic countries must be made in Bureau De Change Exchange rate. Click here to see the Naira to Euro Bureau De Change exchange rate.

 

YOUR EXPENSES:

Process

Individual (Euros)

Family, 5max (Note: Family visas is for PhD students only)

Visa fees + Courier fees

120 Euros

420 Euros

Average Tuition fees (1year)

3,500 (MSc), 2,500 (BSc) Euros

3,500 (MSc), 2,500 (BSc) Euros

Medical report

40 Euros

200 Euros

Travel Medical Insurance (1year)

300 Euros

1500 Euros

Proof of funds (1year)

5,110 Euros

15,330 Euros

Our fees (Admission + Visa Help)

900 Euros

1,500 Euros

Average Total Expenses

9,750 Euros

22,130 Euros

 

HOW DO I PAY?

Make a one-time investment of 900 Euros (For an individual) or 1,500 Euros (For a family of 5). This covers your admission fee, our assistance and travel itinerary. Full payment must be made before we begin. This fee is non-refundable.

  • Nigerian applicants: Pay to 0125698567 – Adodo Eddy Osaman – GTBank
  • International applicants pay here: bit.ly/itravelcanada

Please note that for Nigerian applicants, payment must be made in Bureau De Change Exchange rate. Click here to see the Naira to Euro Bureau De Change exchange rate.

 

WHAT WE DO FOR YOU:

1. We begin by reviewing your documents.

2. We apply for your admission. Once admission is out, you will need to pay your tuition fees directly to your institution. We will guide you on how to do this.

3. Universities require 100% of tuition be paid before admission letter is issued. Universities process refunds if client’s visa is denied.

4. Once admission is sorted out, you will need to get your academic transcript legalized for your study visa application. This can be done at the Ministry of Affairs and Ministry of Education in your country, a few days to your visa application.

5. If you are approved, you will receive your passport with your visa in it. If you are rejected, you have the option for appeal.

 

AVERAGE PROCESSING TIME: About 3 months for admission, 4 months for visa (Kindly note that in certain cases, processing times may take longer).

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Visit Schengen Europe

This opportunity is suitable for Business owners, Employees and High income owners who can show significant ties with their home country. This opportunity allows you enter the Schengen area via a Conference relevant with your Business, or Job.

Having a Schengen visa allows you access to all 26 Schengen countries such as Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. For proof, click here.

 
 
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
Send a scanned copy of the following documents to: hello@eddyosaman.com
 
  1. Invitation documents from a reputable and relevant Conference happening in Schengen Europe (We will process this for you).
  2. International passport.
  3. Passport photograph in white background.
  4. Proof of business ownership (Business registration certificate). If you have multiple businesses, the better. 
  5. Any relevant academic qualifications you have (BSc, MSc, PhD, HND, OND, etc).
  6. Flight and Hotel Itinerary: We will process a temporary flight and hotel itinerary for your visa application. Upon visa approval, you have to purchase an actual flight & hotel booking).
  7. Travel medical insurance covering your trip: Click here to get cheap insurance.
  8. Bank statement (3months) covering your trip: It is recommended to have minimum 4,000 Euros in your bank account.
  9. Travel history is an added advantage.
  10. Other home ties: Landed property documents, properties to other assets, etc.
 
YOUR EXPENSES:

Process

Individual (Euros)

Couple (Euros)

Visa fees + Courier fees

120

240

Conference fee (Non-refundable)

800

1600

Flight & Accommodation booking (For visa purposes only. You will have to buy an actual ticket upon visa approval)

100

200

Travel Medical Insurance (click here to get cheap insurance)

150

300

Our processing fee     

950

1,900

Average Total Expenses

2,120

4,240

 

HOW DO I PAY?

Make a one-time investment of 1,520 Euros (For an individual) or 3,040 Euros (For a couple). This covers every item listed above. Full payment must be made before we begin. Our processing fees and conference fees are non-refundable.

  • Nigerian applicants: Pay to 0125698567 – Adodo Eddy Osaman – GTBank
  • International applicants pay here: bit.ly/itravelcanada

Please note that for Nigerian applicants, payment must be made in Bureau De Change Exchange rate. Click here to see the Naira to Euro Bureau De Change exchange rate.

 

NOTE:

  • Please note that this Visa is the regular Schengen visit visa. It is not a work visa or permanent residency.
  • It is important to show every document from 1-10 above in your name. Sponsorship is not advised for this kind of visa.
  • It is advisable to travel alone on this type of Visa. If traveling as a couple, both spouses must show individual business/work documents showing the relationship of the conference to their career.
  • Please note that our processing fee must be paid in full before we begin your process. Our fees are non-refundable. Conference fees are non-refundable. 

 

AVERAGE PROCESSING TIME: About 2 months for conference. Visa processing times vary per country (Kindly note that in certain cases, processing may take longer). 

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Study in Canada

Congratulations on your beginning your journey to Canada. This writeup contains several steps to studying in Canada. Ensure you follow them carefully without skipping anything. Your visa success will depend on following these instructions. This guide is COMPLETELY FREE.

 

FOR YOUR ADMISSION:
1. Course choice: You need to first decide upon what you wish to study in Canada. These courses must be related with your previous academic experience. They should not be easily available in your home country. 

 

To find an institution that offers your program, simply google “Program + province”, Example MSc Biomedical Sciences Manitoba”. You will find institutions in a province offering your program.

 

Before settling for an institution, ensure it is Postgraduate work permit (PGWP) eligible. A PGWP is your key to staying back in Canada upon graduation. Click here to confirm your institution.

 

2. Academic credentials: If you wish to study a Master’s degree, or a postgraduate certificate/diploma program, you would need your academic transcript. If you are applying to study a Bachelor’s program, you will only need your High school certificate.

 

(A) For applicants with low GPA/Diploma/HND Holders: If you are a BSC holder, some Canadian institutions do evaluate the last 2 years of your academic transcript, meaning you could stand a chance for Masters even with a 2nd class lower degree. However, there is no way to guess which universities they are, here are some institutions to try: University of Canada west, Crandall university, University of New Brunswick, Memorial University, Thompson University, University of Prince Edward Island. Should your GPA be too low, or you have an HND/Diploma, you should consider applying for a Postgraduate certificate/Postgraduate diploma program.

 

(B) For Bachelor program applicants who desire institutions that accept GCE/NECO results, click here

 

3. International passport: Your international passport must be valid for at least 2 years when you begin your application. Have plans to renew it ASAP.

 

4. Passport photograph in white background: Take a passport photo in white background. Have a softcopy for future use.

 

5. Resume: This should contain your contact information, work experience and academic experience. Click here if you desire assistance with revamping your resume + LinkedIn + Indeed into Canadian format.

 

6. Statement of purpose: This document shows your study intent. Most institutions don’t require SOPs, but it is very important to add one to your study permit (visa) application. A good SOP should talk about who you are, your academic and work experience, why you want to study in Canada, why you are choosing the institution and your plans after school (most important). Click here to get a free SOP sample.

 

7. English test: Most Canadian institutions usually waive this if you were taught in English language or are from an English-speaking country. But if you are a Nigerian, there is a special platform for Nigerians called Nigerian student Express (NSE). NSE is a platform you use to apply for your study permit (immediately after admission). IELTS is mandatory under the NSE platform, whether or not it was required for your admission.

 

An optimum IELTS score for NSE is:

Reading: 6

Writing: 6

Listening: 6

Speaking: 6

 

For NSE, you can choose to write IELTS General or IELTS Academic (We recommend IELTS General in this case). It costs up to 260 Canadian dollars to schedule an IELTS Test. Click here to schedule an IELTS test in your home country. We highly recommend that you prepare for at least a month before sitting for an IELTS test.

 

Final note: If you think IELTS is too much of a hassle, then you can opt out of the Nigerian Student Express and focus on the regular study permit application. Please remember that the regular study permit application can be extremely slow.

 

8. For research programs: Most research-based MSc programs would require you have a Supervisor from the institution you are applying to + Your Bachelor thesis (your project report) + Research proposal + 1-2 Academic references. Click here to use this simple guide on how to reach out to a research supervisor.

 

 

AFTER YOUR ADMISSION IS OUT (YOUR VISA REQUIREMENTS):
1. Tuition + Living cost: Most institutions in Canada would require that you pay your tuition deposit immediately your admission is out. Some don’t. But we highly recommend having your tuition ahead of time.

 

(A) Average tuition: From 13,000 CAD to 34,000 CAD per year for regular programs. Specialized programs like MBA, Pharmacy, Drug discovery may cost more. Some Canadian institutions allow installmental tuition payment. They are: University of  Calgary (click here), University of Victoria (click here), University of Manitoba (click here), Wilfrid Laurier University (click here), McGill University (click here), University of Northern British Columbia (click here), Queens University (click here), Tyndale University (click here).

 

(B) Living cost: In addition to tuition fees, you must also show proof of living cost for Canada. This must be in your bank statement. The living cost for Canada is on IRCC’s website. Canada usually requires a 6month bank statement for most countries. If you belong to an SDS Country, you can use a Guaranteed Investment Certificate in place of a Bank statement.

 

(C) If you are a Nigerian and applying to study in Canada through the Nigerian Student Express (NSE), you don’t need to scratch your head about the amount to show in your bank statement. IRCC has benchmarked the standard amount for an international student from Nigeria to be 30,000 CAD (Covering tuition + Living cost). Should you wish to add any family member to your application, use this IRCC guide to know what to add to your account per family member.

 

(D) Lacking funds to study: You can try (i) Crowdfunding (ii) Loans from reputable agencies in your home country (iii) Scholarships: Most institutions offer entrance-based scholarships in form of tuition discounts. You could also explore general scholarship websites or scholarships from the Government, Oil firms, Multinational organizations and Philanthropists in your home country.

 

2. Ties to your home country: You need to show ties to your home country. This can be in form of landed properties in your name + registered business in your name + letter of employment + unaccompanying immediate family members (spouse and/or kids). If you have a close relative ready to gift you land, then contact your lawyer to process a “Gift deed” or “Deed of assignment” for you.

If you must use a sponsor, it has to be your parent (if you are single) or your spouse (if you are married), and the sponsor must provide the ties listed above. Anyone outside this would reduce your approval chances.

 

3. Medical examination: You would need to undergo a medical examination in one of the IRCC-approved medical centers in your home country. If you have accompanying family members, they must undergo the medical examination as well. It’s advisable to book ahead of time, even during your admission process. We call this “upfront medicals”. You will be required to pay up to 140 CAD for your medical examination. Check this list for approved medical centers in your country.

 

4. Online study permit application portal: IRCC has launched a new portal for Study permits and Visit visas. It is much faster and doesn’t require the hassle of immigration forms. Click here to use the new portal. During registration, you may require an invite code. Click here to get an invite code.

 

5. Biometrics: Once you submit your study permit application online, in a few days-weeks, you will receive an email instruction from IRCC to go do your biometrics (fingerprint). Biometrics is mandatory if your fingerprints have not been captured for any Canadian application within the last 10years.
You would need to pay the sum of 85 CAD before or at the biometrics center when the time comes. Biometrics costs 170 CAD per family.

 

6. Travel history: Your approval chances are high if you have traveled to any developed country in the past, such as to Visiting the USA, Canada, The UK or Any Schengen country, studied in Russia or Worked in Dubai for several years. Any other travel experience outside these would not hold much weight. We have seen folks get approval without travel history (usually because they have solid finances + home ties), but we always recommend having it.

 

7. Getting an Approval: Once your biometrics and all other process have been completed, ensure to monitor your email and online portal for updates. Should your study permit be approved, you will receive a Passport Request (PPR) email with instructions on where to send your passport for a visa stamp. With that, welcome to Canada!

 

 

HIGHLIGHT OF WHAT YOU WOULD SPEND:

Process

Cost (Canadian Dollars)

Average cost to study in Canada

30,000 CAD for the student only, covering tuition + living cost for 1 year. Click here to know what to add to your bank account per additional family member.

Study permit application fees

150 CAD (per person). For families, there is a 255 CAD work permit fee for accompanying spouse, and 100 CAD visitor visa fee per child

Medical examination

140 CAD (per person)

Biometrics

85 CAD per person (170 CAD per family)

IELTS test

260 CAD (To be written by principal applicant only)

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