Canada is the number one study-abroad destination that comes to international students’ minds when they plan to gain quality education on an affordable budget. Every year around 8 lakh international students move to study in Canada. However, students planning to study in Canada have many myths. Some of these common myths and their clarification are mentioned below.
Students cannot apply for a visa after getting a refusal - Students can re-apply after getting the refusal. Also, they can apply for CAIPS NOTE and know the exact reason for refusal and then can re-apply again after fulfilling the loopholes.
After visa refusal student cannot change college or course- If a student has got refusal and want to change their course or college, then they can change it if they realize that the course they have already opt is not relevant or not in progression. They can even withdraw the offer and can apply for a refund.
Cannot apply without IELTS- There are many universities and colleges which accept applications on the basis of MOI (Medium of Instruction) and can give conditional offer letters. However, for the visa, students have to appear for the English proficiency exam. Moreover, for the SDS visa category, students should have to score relevant IELTS scores.
Pathway programs- There are many universities which offer 2+2 options, which are easy pathways for Bachelor’s degree. You can apply for a diploma and after completing it, you can take admission to the bachelor’s degree. As diploma eligibility criteria are a bit easier as compared to a bachelor’s degree.
In the SDS category, funds are mandatory to show- It is not mandatory to show funds in the SDS category. It totally depends on the profile to profile and how you present your file. If you are showing more funds, then you should specify the source of funds.
Moreover, if you are planning to study in Canada in the upcoming intake, contact our expert counsellors at any branch of Meridean Overseas Education Consultants. You can also take free online counselling through our website. Our expert education counsellors will provide you with the best guidance and support for the admission and visa process. For more information or any queries, mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at our toll-free no. 1800-1230-00011.
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