Step 1: Apply for Admission in College/University
To Study in Canada firstly, you should obtain an approval of admission (offer letter) from an accredited education provider in Canada which a DLI number.
Step 2: Pay Tuition Fee After accepting your offer from your education provider, you must pay the tuition fee as mentioned in the offer letter. International Wire Transfer is the best way to make the payment. Once the institution has received and processed your tuition fee payment, they will issue you with receipt.
Step 3: GIC (Guaranteed Investment Certificate) The rate of return on a GIC varies depending on the various factors, and a consultant can help you in carefully getting such as the length of the term and specified interest rates from the Bank of Canada.
GIC is compulsory for the students to buy a special guaranteed investment certificate (GIC) from any of the participating banks like: Nova Scotia Bank, ICICI Bank, SBI Canada Bank, CIBC Bank for the amount of $ 10,200 CAD for the adjustment of the living expenses of the first year.
Step 4: Do your Medicals
You will now need to take a medical examination from a doctor approved by the Canadian government. You can find a list of approved panel in the Canadian immigration website. Make sure you are in right website.
Step 5: Lodging of the Visa
To lodge your visa application you will need to provide the documents as per SDS Checklist:
- Visa Application Form
- Original valid passport with photocopy of the Biodata page
- Family information form .
- An Acceptance Letter issued by the SDS Educational institute in Canada
- Use of Representative Form (IMM 5476)
- Proof of English Proficiency Test
- Academic Documents
- Receipt of Payment of Tuition fee
- Evidence of GIC purchase
- Student Questionnare
- Medical, etc.
Step 6:Visa Outcome
After receiving the passport, you will get to know about the outcome of your Canadian student visa application.