Study, Work and Live in Canada!
Some international students can get their study permits faster by using the Student Direct Stream.
You can apply if you’re a legal resident in:
If you live in another country (even if you’re a citizen of one of the countries above), you have to apply through the regular study permit application process.
You must include these documents with your application:
Select the country or territory you’re applying from.
If your application is complete, IRCC can start reviewing it right away.
If your application meets the regular study permit criteria but not the Student Direct Stream criteria, IRCC will review your application as a regular study permit but you won’t get faster processing.
Find out how long it’ll take to process a regular study permit application.
If your application is approved IRCC will send you:
Your study permit is valid until the end of your school program.
IRCC will send you a letter explaining why you were refused. If you have questions about why you were refused, contact the visa office that sent the refusal letter.
If you move or change your address, telephone number or any other contact information after you apply, you must notify IRCC.