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Do I need a study permit? How do I apply?

If you are not a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, then you might need a study permit to study in Canada.

If you plan to study in a short-term program for 6 months or less, you do not need a study permit. But, you can apply for a study permit if you want to.

It is a good idea to apply for a study permit if you think you might want to study in another program after you complete the first program. If you have a study permit already, you can apply to extend your stay from inside Canada. However, if you do not have a study permit already, you will have to apply for an initial study permit outside of Canada.

If you plan to study in a program for more than 6 months, you need a study permit.

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Has extensive opportunities for international students. Ontario is Canada's most populated province and provides education for over 65, 000 international students, the most of any province in Canada.
 
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Gray Allan High School
We offer a wide range of programs across Halton Region for learners of all ages.
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If you're looking to complete your Ontario Secondary School Diploma, upgrade your skills or looking for a career change, Thomas Merton Centre for Continuing Education has something that will interest you.
For more information click here​.

           

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Mission Statement: Effective, just, and humane responses to crime and its causes.

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Ron Joyce Centre

The Ron Joyce Centre is the home of the DeGroote School of Business’ MBA and executive education programs. The facility and its programs form a hub for academic and economic collaboration in Burlington and the Halton Region. It plays an important role in building a knowledge economy, strengthening the local business environment and attracting new investment to the community.

For more information click here.

 

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The Halton Industry Education Council 

(HIEC) is a not for profit organization established in 1989 to foster partnerships between industry, education and the community in Halton.

For more information click here.

 

The Halton community is located in the Greater Toronto Area and is easily accessible to the following educational institutions that offer full and part time training for adults: