Do you find navigating the Canadian immigration system confusing? It is important as an international student, to be vigilant and well-informed, as certain deadlines for various government applications are fixed.
CanadaVisa’s latest version of the Study Hub is here to help you navigate Canada’s immigration system.
“We wanted to create a community of the brightest, most talented individuals who are dedicated to maximizing their chances of immigrating to Canada successfully and getting the most out of their time in Canada.
Members of the CanadaVisa Study Hub receive real-time notifications, immigration news and expert help, and can connect with others that share similar goals, allowing them to visualize and proactively prepare their study, work, and settlement pathway,” says Attorney Kara Crudo, who works closely with potential international students at the Campbell Cohen law firm.
The CanadaVisa Scholarship Contest
If you’re an international student or recent graduate on a post-graduation work permit, you can also enter the monthly CanadaVisa Scholarship contest for a chance to win $500.
The contest is created to help international students in Canada get a head start in their new country. Every month one lucky winner will receive $500 to finance a portion of the costs of living and studying in Canada. Read about Maggie Lee, the latest Scholarship contest winner.
As a Study Hub member, you can:
- Stay updated and informed
- Understand the processes associated with a study permit application
- Track their immigration status
- Apply for a post-graduation work permit
- Map out their pathway to permanent residence
- Gain a clearer understanding of immigration options
What to expect inside the CanadaVisa Study Hub?
CanadaVisa Scholarship Contest: Enter the monthly CanadaVisa Scholarship contest for a chance to win $500.
Status Checker: Keep track of your immigration status in Canada and receive personalized notifications when it is about to change.
Customizable News Feed: Receive timely study-related and immigration news inside the Study Hub that can be tailored to your interests so you’ll never miss an update.
Book a Consultation: Schedule a consultation with an immigration lawyer to receive personalized, expert advice to help you achieve your goals.
CanadaVisa School Search: Browse through hundreds of designated post-secondary learning institution profiles across Canada. You can now rate and review your experience at a school and read what others have to say about their experience, too!
Immigration Notifications: Find out when a Canadian immigration program changes or becomes available that may be relevant to you based on the details of your personal profile.
International Student Forum: Join the conversation and discuss your experience with other likeminded individuals who want to study or are currently studying in Canada.
Pathway to Canadian Immigration: Plan your pathway as an international student in Canada, from obtaining a study permit to settling as a permanent resident.
Canadian Job Search: Search the Study Hub’s interactive job bank for available jobs anywhere in Canada.
How study in Canada can be a pathway to permanent residence
Canada recognizes international students and graduates as some of the most desirable future immigrants.
From changes to the Express Entry Comprehensive System, the introduction of additional Comprehensive Ranking System points for Canadian post-secondary education to an easier pathway to citizenship, the Government of Canada is continuously introducing new ways to support international students in their efforts to becoming permanent residents after graduation.
The Study Hub offers user-friendly and accessible tools to help provide you with a roadmap to make permanent residence in Canada more accessible.
Whether it is to gain temporary status or to transition to becoming a permanent resident in Canada, the Study Hub is readily available to help you with a step-by-step outline of what is required to make the transition and be prepared for any opportunity to realize your study and settlement goals.
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