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International students planning to come to Canada for the purpose of study are required to obtain a study permit prior to coming to Canada. Foreign nationals from certain countries and territories also require a temporary resident visa (TRV) to enter Canada. A study permit is not needed if you want to take short-term courses or programs of study of six months or less. If you are from a non-visa-exempt country, you must have a valid visitor visa. (http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/study-changes.asp) Foreign nationals from certain countries and territories also require a temporary resident visa (TRV) to enter Canada. Students who do not require a visa will likely require an electronic travel authorization (eTA). For more information on the eTA and visas, consult www.cic.gc.ca.
All international students should consult both the web resources listed in this section as well as the Canadian diplomatic mission within their home country to ensure they are submitting the proper documentation to study in Canada.
There are opportunities for international students to work during their studies on and off campus and through the Co-op Work Permit Program. In addition, the Post Graduation Work Permit Program provides work opportunities upon graduation for students who have graduated from participating Canadian institutions.
International students may be interested in learning about how they might immigrate to Canada permanently. A variety of options and programs may be available to students after completing their studies in Canada.