With its multiculturalism and enthusiasm, Quebec is an excellent place to focus your efforts! With a wide range of colleges and universities to choose from, studying in Quebec is a great option for students. You can take classes in both English and French.
Aside from its beautiful environment, social and personal satisfaction, and global openness, it is a region that will provide you with the greatest student experience you can imagine.
If you plan to study for less than six months, you do not need a CAQ or a study permit.
Montreal's top colleges and universities are Bishops University and Concordia University, Mc Gill College, and HEC.
The following are the steps involved in pursuing a university education in Quebec:
A Designated Learning Institution (DLI) in the province is the first step in the process. To be qualified for a Post-Graduate Work Permit (PGWP) or Permanent Residency, not all programs offered at DLIs are suitable. You should check if the program you've been accepted into is eligible if you plan to stay in Canada after graduation.
All international students must have a Certificate of Acceptance of Quebec (CAQ) to study in Canada. From the start of the semester, your CAQ must be valid for the full term. The average time it takes to process an application is 20 working days (about four weeks), not considering the time it takes to mail the application. As a result, start preparing in advance.
A CAQ for research costs $110 to apply for. Even if your application is rejected, you will not be able to get your money back.
Once you've obtained your CAQ, you'll need to submit an application to the Government of Canada for a study permit. The moment you have your study permission, you can begin your Canadian education!
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