As an International Student, you might need a study permit to attend any elementary, secondary or post-secondary schools within Halton region. There are many options for International Students from around the world.
Applying for a Study Permit
There are several eligibility criteria to consider if you plan to study in Canada as an International Student. Standard eligibilty criteria include the following:
Proof of Funds that include:
Living expenses for yourself and any family members who may come with you
Return transportation for yourself and any family members who may come with you
You must have a clean criminal record and not be a risk to the security of Canada
You must be in good health and willing to undergo a medical examination if necessary
You must inform an Immigration Officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your authorized stay
The links below provide more information about study permits and studying in Canada:
Working while Studying
As an International Student, you can work under any of the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s work programs for students.
Working after Graduation
As an International Student, you could be eligible for a special work permit to allow you to work in Canada for up to 3 years after you graduate. For more information visit Post-Graduate Work Permit.
Ron Joyce Centre
The Ron Joyce Centre is the home of the DeGroote School of Business’ 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.