A quality and powerful education system, ideal study conditions, and an advanced economy have made Canada one of the most sought-after countries in the world for student visas.
About 550,000 students are studying in universities and colleges of this country.
More than 130 colleges in this country focus on practical and technical education, and according to professional goals and the labor market, each year provides a suitable platform for admission of these students so that eligible people can easily study in the most prestigious universities in this country.
The validity of a student visa depends on the length of the course of study at the university or colleges.

English language level:
Providing an IELTS language certificate is a privilege for the applicant. If you do not have a language certificate, please contact the V-Visa Immigration Service to provide the necessary conditions for you not to provide this certificate.
Necessary conditions for accepting a student visa:
University language score
Approved GPA of Canadian Universities (GPA above 12 for college and 13 for university)
Ability to cover expenses for at least one year of living and studying in Canada
Complete valid forms and documents
Passport valid for at least 6 months
University Admission Letter
Provide accurate and convincing reasons to return to your home country after graduation
Obtain a study permit
Admission: Admission documents from the educational institution in which you have applied to study.
Application and study permit from the Immigration Canada
Due to the complexity of the conditions of this process, having an experienced and specialized company is required for you.
The V-Visa Immigration Kit will help you get a student visa by helping you complete all the forms and provide the documents that are vital to your admission.
Study conditions at Canadian universities:
Due to the arrival of students from all over the world, different Canadian universities have adopted different conditions for student admission. Therefore, you can choose the university you want by clarifying your goals, level of interest, level of study, and educational conditions, according to your budget and financial ability.

Homestay

Homestay refers to an international student living with a local Canadian family while studying in Canada. This is often one of the most memorable aspects of an international student’s experience. Alternatively, he/she may live in a dormitory with other students, which is more common with private schools). Being able to answer the questions an international student’s family will have about their child’s living arrangement is as important as knowing about the educational part of their study abroad experience.

International students living in homestay truly become a part of their Canadian host family and will be:

Integrated into all aspects of family life;
Fully immersed in the local culture;
Practicing listening and speaking with native English and/or French speakers;
Cared for, supervised, and supported in all aspects of school/home life;
Provided with a private bedroom and three meals daily.
Canadian host families are well screened. If selected, they are then carefully matched to international students. A home visit is conducted, the family is interviewed and reference checked, and a police/criminal background check is completed for all adults living in the home.

It is standard policy that only international students of different language/cultural backgrounds will live with the same host family.

The cost of homestay will vary in accordance with the cost of living in the region.

A Homestay Coordinator will be available 24 hours per day, seven days per week to address any questions or concerns that arise

Canada is among the most affordable of the leading study abroad nations for international students, depending on the program and institution. It has lower tuition rates for foreign students than the UK, Australia, and the US. Students can pursue their studies in a globally recognized program at one of Canada’s top schools for much less than what it would cost to attend an equally reputable program at a private US university or college.

students of different ages pursuing different levels of education; Figure 2 shows average full-time costs—including tuition and student fees, accommodation and food, personal and health insurance, and books—by level of study in Canada.

Approximate yearly cost of full-time tuition in Canada for international students (CAD):

K-12 (public): $9,500 to $15,000
Language: $15,400 (based on 44 weeks per year, $350/week average)
College: $7,000 to $30,000 depending on institution and field of study
University: $9,000 to $50,000+ depending on level and field of study (Statistics Canada)
The cost of studying in Canada will depend heavily on the program, institution, and level of study. Living costs, insurance, and textbooks should be considered as separate expenses, and are rarely included in tuition.

Five Essential Points for Students
Colleges and institutes are excellent choices for international students interested in more applied education, specifically geared to their desired profession/career, with smaller class sizes and hands-on learning opportunities.

A key strength of the college/institute system in Canada is its variety. These institutions offer many types of credential (e.g., post-graduate certificates, diplomas, bachelor’s degrees) that take anywhere from a few months to four years—this time/money flexibility can be very helpful and desirable to the international student.

Flexible pathways are a key feature of the system — many institutions offer transfer programs that enable students to complete courses through a college/institute and then transfer into another institution or university with credit towards degrees.

When compared to studying in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia, Canada offers the lowest tuition rates for international students, despite the extremely high quality of education in Canada.

Canadian colleges and institutes offer “quality education for quality employment” through applied, competency-based programs that respond to needs of employers. By combining their studies with applied research and/or internships, students get the practical experience employers are searching for. Canadian colleges and institutes boast excellent student employment rates—generally, 9 out of 10 students find jobs in their desired career after graduation.