Best practices for study permit applications
March 25, 2020
7:00 p.m. (Toronto time)
In 2017, 39% of all study permit applications were declined across the board. The data shows that although some factors can influence the likelihood of an application to go through such as the country of origin or the destination province, there are high risks of denial in all cases.
On October 2, 2018, processing times for Canadian study permits were between 6 and 14 weeks depending on the country of origin. For many that means that an initial refusal means that a student may have to way an extra three months to try a second time, which could mean wasting an entire semester and in some cases two.
In this webinar, we will address the following questions:
- Where were the students that got their study permits refused mostly from?
- Where were the students that got their study permits refused heading?
- What can be done to make an application stronger? (best practices)
- When is the best time to apply for a study permit?
- What to do when you get a refusal?
This information will allow you to focus on preparing your journey to Canada.
You will receive the information on how to connect 24 hours prior to the webinar.