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  • Canada Provincial Business Programs

    The Business Programs of Canadian Provinces


    Canada Provincial Business Programs

    Canada provinces offer different types of entrepreneurship classes in their immigration programs. Immigrants can apply for these programs to develop their business in a certain province.

  • Canadian Colleges

    Colleges in Canada

    Canadian Colleges


    Colleges in Canada are similar to vocational institutes in Iran and often focus on preparing students to enter labor market. So, the focus is more on functional and operational aspect of subjects than their theoretical aspect in comparison with universities. College programs of Canada are recommended to individuals who want to enter labor market early and have a job with medium income and higher function. Some colleges’ programs include apprenticeship providing students an opportunity to develop their work relationships and experiences before completing their education. This also promotes their employment chance after graduation. Terms of admission in Canadian colleges are easier than those of universities and generally require less prerequisites. Moreover, required language score for admission in Canadian colleges is lower than that for universities.

    Colleges of Canada are categorized in two categories: public and private colleges. Following programs are provided in colleges:

    • DEC program (Diploma of College Studies): this program is provided in colleges of Québec and you should have high school diploma to enter this program.
    • Diploma program (requires having high school diploma and pre-university degree)
    • Certificate program (requires having high school diploma)
    • Post Bachelor program (requires bachelor degree)
    • Bachelor program (it is the same as bachelor degree and requires having high school diploma and pre-university degree)

    For some colleges the least IELTS score must be 6 and if a student doesn’t have a language degree, he/she must complete language programs as a prerequisite of main program. Many colleges offer an opportunity to students to prove their language ability in English or French through an online test.

    What is important here is that entering the main program requires having a language degree, so students without a language degree must complete language program. Generally, embassy of Canada doesn’t accept application of Iranian students who don’t have a language degree. Accordingly, we recommend you to take a language test and achieve the required language level if you apply directly from Iran, even if the university you want to apply doesn’t require a language degree for admission.

    Canadian college tuition is between $10000 and $20000 in a year. Range of costs depends on college, program and classes. Besides college tuition fees, there are also costs of health insurance and living costs in Canada which you most include in your list of educational costs.

     According to rules, there is no age limitation for university or college admission or for getting student visa in Canada. However, it should be noted that officers of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada obviously consider the age in evaluating cases of applicants and their educational program must be justified for officer in relation with their situation. For instance, if an applicant is 50 and wants to study in a Canadian college, it is hard for her/him to justify and convince the officer with her/his documents about that her/his only intention for application is to further education and then come back to her/his country.

    Family members of applicant of education in a Canadian college can get a visitor or work (employment) visa and her/his children can benefit free education in Canada.

    Gaining admission to further education in Canada, particularly if the applicant wants to get permanent residency after graduation, is a specialized job and we recommend you to benefit our qualified consultors before taking any action.


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  • Entrepreneur Startup

    Startup Program


    Entrepreneur Startup

    Entrepreneur startup visa program encourages immigrant entrepreneurs to develop their companies in Canada. Startup visa Canada is for entrepreneurs who have potential to develop innovative companies and can compete and create employment worldwide.

  • Language Program in Canada

    Language Courses in Canada

    Language Program in Canada


    There are many various language programs in Canada and almost all of the universities and language institution, as well as some colleges have English or French language learning program taking from one month to two years. Programs less than 6 months doesn’t require getting student visa and the applicants can attend these programs with a visitor visa. Unfortunately, currently embassy of Canada doesn’t issue visitor visas for Iranian applicants who want to attend English or French language learning programs.

    Even if an admission requires completing language program to enter the main program, embassy of Canada doesn’t accept Iranian students’ apply for student visa.

    Therefore, applicants who are directly applying for student visa from Iran are strictly recommended to achieve necessary language qualification required by the university.

    Even if the university doesn’t require language score for admission, it is better for you to take a language test.

    Languages Canada is public association where all language institutes are membered. All 225 member institutes have valid language programs in Canada.




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  • Permanent Residence after Graduation

    Permanent Residency of Canada after Graduation


    Permanent Residence after Graduation


    A functional way to get permanent residence visa Canada is through education in this country. There are many different immigration programs in this regard and each province has its own certain terms. Canada is a country that not only have a powerful education system and offer different types of scholarships for students, but also allows them to gain permanent residence after graduation.

    “Federal Immigration Programs” are implemented through express entry program in all provinces. This program includes Canadian experience class (CEC), federal skilled worker class (FSWC), and federal skilled trades class (FSTC). If you meet requirements of these programs, you can develop an express entry profile.  In this way you can get a point subject to comprehensive ranking system which is included in your database.

    This point is assigned based on different factors including education, work experience, language skill and many other factors. Candidates are ranked based on their points in express entry database and higher ranks receive an “invitation to apply” (ITA) to apply for Canadian permanent residence status issued by Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). This program is well-known among international students graduated from Canadian institutes who want to live in Canada after graduation.

    Particularly, CES is very attractive as it is not a point based program and any person meeting its requirements can be qualified for CEC after one year work as skilled labor in Canada. Accordingly, international graduates received a work permit after graduation and worked in Canada at least for one year, can be considered eligible for this program. International graduates who also meet FSTC or FSWC requirements, can submit their profile to express entry database through these programs as well. Beside these three programs, applicants can apply for permanent residence through “Provincial Immigration Program” for themselves and their dependents.

    Two most known provincial programs are Quebec Experience Program (PEQ) and Ontario Express Entry (ONP). It is important to note that applicant is not obligated to stay in that province after gaining residence and can work or live on any point in Canada.

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  • Student Job in Canada

    Student Work in Canada

    Student Job in Canada

    Work while studying

    Students can work in following types of job during their study in Canada:

    • On campus work:

    If and student is a full time student and have valid student visa in Canada, she/he can work at the university admitted. Permitted work hours and related rules and regulations depend on the rules of the university and your position in that university.

    • Off Campus Work:

    If a student is a full time student after 1 June 2014, and have a valid student visa in Canada, she/he is allowed to work 20 hours a week in term-time out of the university and full time out of term-tomes.    

    • Co-op Student or Intern:

    Co-op programs in Canada are internship-based programs in which students can attend during their study and they are generally paid for attending these programs. These programs are obligatory in some colleges and universities.

    Requirements for these programs are as followings:

    • Student must have a valid student visa.
    • Internship must be included in curriculum.
    • Internship program shouldn’t exceed 50% time of education program.

     Work of Spouse in Canada

    Student’s spouse can apply for a visitor or work visa in Canada simultaneously with the main applicant or after her/him. Getting work visa, student’s spouse can work in full time in any job in Canada, providing that it doesn’t compromise the situation and educational conditions of main applicant and her/his student visa be valid.

    Programs not allowing Students to Work in Canada

    It should be noted that students are not allowed to work during following programs:

    • Part-time programs
    • High School Programs and lower levels
    • Language learning Courses
    • General Interest or Preparatory Coerces

    Note: Any new-comer to Canada having Permanent Residency or Study Permit of Work Permit need to have SIN Number, i.e. 9 digit Social Insurance Number. Not that starting to work in Canada, you are supposed to submit this number to Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada by 3 days. There is no fee to apply for Social Insurance number (SIN) and you can get your SIN entering the country at the airport (if it is work hours of this department), the nearest Service Canada office or online by email, if the office is more than 100 km from your accommodation. click hereto find the nearest Service Canada office.


    If the following sentence is in your visa, you are not permitted to work in Canada:

    This permit does not permit the holder to engage in off campus employment in Canada

    In this case, if you change your institute or university entering Canada, and your conditions changed, you should immediately inform immigration department, take necessary actions and pay the required fees.


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  • Study in Medical Programs in Canada

     Medical Sciences Education in Canada


    Study in Medical Programs in Canada

    The first medical degree granted in Canada is Doctor of Medicine (MD). Residential period is called Post-MD. International students can study medicine in Canada. However, given the very low intake capacity of Canadian universities in medicine, it is very difficult to enter these programs. Entering a medical program requires having a bachelor degree in fundamental science (including bachelor of chemistry, biology and other related majors) or its equivalent degree and attending Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). Passing MCAT is a perquisite to gain admission and enter to a medical program in Canada. 17 universities in Canada offer medical programs (including pharmacy and dentistry).

    List of universities offering medical programs in Canada incudes:

    University of Toronto, McMaster University, McGill University, Memorial University, Dalhousie University, Laval University, Universite de Sherbrooke, University of Ottawa, Queen’s University, Lakehead University, Western University, University of Manitoba, University of Saskatchewan, University of Alberta, University of Calgary, The University of British Columbia, University of Montreal


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  • Universities of Canada


    Universities of Canada


    Most of Canadian universities are top universities in the world. Institutions have different measurements and criteria to define rank of universities across the world. A list of some valuable resources to evaluate rank and quality of educational institutions in Canada and other countries are included as followings:

    U15 Group of Canadian Research Universities

    Member universities in U 15 include 15 public research universities where most part of the research and academic research funds are concentrated in. click hereto see the list of these universities.

    QS World University Ranking

    To see the rankings of world universities including Canadian universities by QS institute in 2019 click here.

    U.S. News

    To see the rankings of Canadian universities by U.S. News click here.


    Shanghai Ranking

    To see rankings of world universities including Canadian universities by Shanghai Ranking in 2018 click here.

    The World University Ranking

    To see rankings of Canadian universities by Times Higher Education based on the reputation in 2019 click here.

    Ranking by Ministry of Science Research and Technology of Iran for Foreign Universities

    To see rankings by Ministry of Science Research and Technology of Iran for foreign universities click here. It should be noted that like other institutes, the ministry also have its on criteria in ranking foreign universities and this categorization doesn’t indicate mere quality of educational system in an institute.


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  • Work Permit after Graduation in Canada

    Post-Graduation Work Permit in Canada


    Work Permit after Graduation in Canada


    Post-Graduate Work Permit Program in Canada:

    Students graduated from institutes in Canada can apply for post-graduate work permit program (PGWPP) or work permit (or work visa). This program is offered to individuals who have high school diploma and higher level degrees to stay in Canada and have work experience there. The work experience achieved through this program can be used as a score in application for permanent residency. Graduating and applying for PGWPP (post-graduate work visa), the applicant can work full time. Work permit allows applicant to work in any company or job and with any employee. There is no limitation for work hours and applicant is not limited to a certain employee or job and he/she can change her/his job. The applicants don’t need to have a job offer at the time of applying for work permit.

    Deadline for Applying for Post-Graduate Work Permit in Canada

    According to the last website update of Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada, Canadian universities’ graduates have 180 days  to apply for Post-Graduation Work Permit after graduation in Canada (formerly this time was 90 days).

    A very important point here is that the applicant need to apply for this permit when her/his permission documents are valid not expired. Generally, universities and colleges give a letter to students at the end of any program stating that this person can begin to work in Canada if she/he wants. The time of receiving this letter is the best time to apply for a work permit. This is very important because immediately after graduation, the student is not allowed to work anymore unless she/he has applied for PGWPP.

    During the time when the student has submitted her/his application for work permit to Immigration Refugee Citizenship Canada but the permit doesn’t issued yet, and she/he doesn’t have permit, she/he is in “Implied Status” in Canada.

    Fortunately, a person in this status is allowed to work and her/his work will be acceptable in programs leading to permanent residency in Canada.

    The Length of Work Post-Graduate Work Permit in Canada

    A post-graduate work permit may be valid between 8 months and up to three years. The length of your permit will depend on the length of the study program you completed in Canada. Work permit is not issued for programs with length of less than 8 months. If a student completed a part of the study program outside of Canada and then was transferred to Canada for remaining part which was more than 8 months, and her/his degree was issued in Canada, she/he is eligible to receive work permit.

    The Length of post-graduate work permit based on length of study program is summarized as followings:

    • Programs shorter than 8 months are not eligible
    • 8 month to two year programs: two year work permit
    • two year programs and longer: three year work permit

    Requirements for Application of Post-Graduate Work Permit

    • The applicant need to complete a program longer than 8 months as a full time student (except for last semester which is allowed to be part time or as academic absence) resulting in receiving a valid degree in Canada.
    • The applicant need to graduate from a public or private institute of higher education (which is working under rules and regulations similar to public institutes) or from a private secondary school or post-secondary school (post-high school) (in Québec) offering eligible programs for at least 900 hours or more resulting in receiving a diploma of vocational studies (DVS) degree or attestation of vocational specialization (AVS) degree, or from a private institute in Canada qualified to give an educational degree (such as bachelor, master’s or Ph.D. degree) to students.

     A post-graduate work permit will be not issued for applicants who:

    • Completed a study program less than 8 months;
    • Attended in a Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship program which is not supported by Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada- DFATD;
    • Used scholarship of Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) ;
    • Attended in Equal Opportunity Scholarship, Canada-Chile ;
    • Attended in Canada-China Scholars Exchanges Program;
    • Attended in Organization of American States Fellowships Program ;
    • Completed most or all part of her/his study as online;
    • Hade already received a Post-graduate work permit;
    • Graduated from Non-Canadian institute located inside Canada.


    Bridging Open Work Permit  

    If the applicant is in Implied Status for permanent residence of Canada and her/his work visa is going to be expired, she/he may use Bridging Open Work Permit (B OWP).  This program allows the person to continue her/his work while waiting for receiving a permanent residence Canada. For this purpose, the person need to be present in Canada, have a valid work visa which will be expired in less than four months, and attend in one of the following immigration programs:

    • Federal Skilled Worker Program
    • Canadian Experience Class
    • Federal Skilled Trades Program
    • Provincial Nominee Program
    • Caring for Children Class
    • Caring for People with High Medical Needs Class


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