One of the most sought-after destinations for Colombians to study in is Canada, a country that offers great opportunities not only for its access colleges and universities, but also because This provides the possibility that immigrants who enter the country to study can later develop their working life there.
Added to this is the unemployment rate of only 5.6 percent in Canada making it an excellent option to pursue your professional career.
And it is that every day new offers are presented to enter the country with low barriers, that is, through study, so in order to immigrate successfully, experts recommend to be well informed, Submit all required documents, comply with requirements and seek professional advice.
How to go to study in Canada?
In the case of Canada, the type of student and program they apply for should be considered if they are visiting with their family, if they are looking for a work permit or if it is a technical or higher education. program, among other aspects.
It is also important to know that the Government of Canada will request documents of your education in the country of origin along with their official translation, demonstrate that you have the economic solvency and resources to stay in the country for the first year of your stay. To pay for your course.
In addition, you must present in a letter the reasons why it is important for the applicant to take the selected course, explain why he or she will be traveling with his family, if he does, and all details as to why he left this country. Chosen. His studies
While this will depend on the type of visa and study program, Canada requires, in most cases, the following requirements:
, Enrollment in a recognized educational institution.
– Verifiable justification of financial solvency for your living expenses during the first year of your stay in the country. about You must have a CAD 900 visa per month for the first year of stay, approximately $3,100,000 Colombian pesos.
– Letter of confirmation of enrollment from the institution where you are going to do the course.
– Three (3) recent passport photographs.
– Payment of administrative fees. Its value is currently CAD 150 ($520,000 pesos).
While it is true that not everyone can have all these documents, it is also true that It is easier to settle legally in this country as compared to other countries like USA and Europe. And it is that there is a very wide range of offers and academic scholarships offered by Canadian institutions, as well as the attractiveness that gives the possibility to work part-time while studying legally. This becomes a valuable opportunity for hundreds of young Colombians, professionals or families.
Do you want to know more?
If you’re interested in getting more information and professional advice, EduConnect, a Canada-based migration and settlement platform, will be holding ‘Connecting Canada’ on October 21 and 22, an online event that shares information on different routes to and from commuting. Will go settling in Canada; Be it studies, company or work.
The event is supported by the Canadian Embassy in Colombia, which will be present in Canada in talks with the Colombian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Colombia’s largest academic institutions, and experts in the fields of business and entrepreneurship. In addition, scholarship options will be announced in order to be able to immigrate to a North American country to study. You can register here: www.conectandocanada.com