Basic Knowledge For Studying In Canada, And Becoming A Permanent Resident Of Canada In The Process...

written by Beatrice Enenche on September 15, 2021

If You Wish To Relocate From Nigeria To Study In Canada, And Become A Permanent Resident Of Canada In The Process, Here Are The Things That You Will Need To Know...

Studying in Canada is not as difficult as you may have imagined...


The first step is choosing a School...


There are over a hundred schools in Canada that you can choose from...


But here are some facts that can guide you:


You will need to consider the Tuition Fees of the schools.


You will need to consider the cost of living in the province where the school is located.


And, you will need to consider the ease of becoming a Permanent Resident in that particular Province that the school is located.


You will want to apply in a school that has a cheaper Tuition Fees.....As well as located in a more favorable Province (where the cost of living is affordable, and becoming a Permanent Resident is easier).


Based on the above criteria, the 5 best Province to consider include: Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick.


After you have chosen the best school to apply...


Then, the next thing will be to do the application...


There are 3 advantages of applying to schools in Canada...


And those advantages include:


(1) Most Canadian Schools do not require IELTS from students of most English-speaking countries like Nigeria and Ghana.


(2) You do not need to pay Tuition Fees until you resume in the school in Canada.


(3) You can apply to more than one school in Canada if you can afford it (So as to increase your chances of getting a school).


The cost of applying in a school is usually between a Hundred dollars and a Hundred and Fifty dollars.


Once your application is approved...


The next step is to accept your offer, and apply for your Study Visa...


In order to increase your chances of getting a Study Visa, you must be as honest as possible with your response to questions asked in the Visa application form.


A Study Visa application to the Canadian Embassy is non-appearance...


This means that...


You are not going to see your Visa Officer physically...


Rather, it is your Statement Of Intent that will do the talking for you.


So, your Statement Of Intent must communicate the following point clearly...


The reason that you chose to study in Canada and your plans after your study is over...


That is...


How your new knowledge and skill will help your community, country, and even your business.


It is important for you to know that a Study Visa comes with a Work Permit.


If your Study Visa is approved, you will also get a Work Permit...


This Work Permit allows you to work part-time in Canada.


You may work 20hrs per week outside the campus...


Or, more than 20 hours when working within the campus...


Also, you are allowed to work full-time once a session ends, before you resume another session.


Other benefits that come with a Study Visa include:


(1) A health consideration that covers Eye-sight, Dental, Childbirth, Doctor's Office Visit, and so on.


(2) Access to Food Banks and other Financial Assistance in the Province.


(3) Ability to invite families over for visitation.


(4) Ability to apply for the Canadian Child Care benefit after 18 months of landing in Canada (If you have children).


(5) Getting discounted expenses in the form of transport-fares, clothing, technology, among varieties of other things through the Student Identity Card.


NOW...


Michael Apata is a Nigerian young man who is currently a Permanent Resident of Canada.


He did his first degree in Federal University at Ekiti State (Western Region of Nigeria).


After his National Youth Service Corp in Nigeria...


Michael Apata was able to relocate to study in Canada (and became a Permanent Resident of Canada in the process).


He resides in the Province of Manitoba.


He did his Masters Degree in Canada...


And he is currently doing his Ph.D in Economics in Canada as well...


Michael Apata has offered to guide (at an affordable price) everyone who is interested in relocating from Nigeria or Ghana to study in Canada (and become a Permanent Resident of Canada in the process).


Here are some of the things that Michael Apata will show you:


(1) From applying to Schools to getting your Visa to study in Canada, you should not spend more than 500 US Dollars. (Even if you apply to more than one school or program of study).


(2) Over 12 Hands on trainings designed to show you exactly the complete process.


(3) 3 to 5 professionally written Statement of Intent that you can use or adjust to fit into your profile.


(4) A documented training on getting scholarship in Canada.


(5) A guide on buying your first house in Canada, even as a student.


(6) How to get Student Loans and Grants for further studies inside Canada.


Click on the link below to watch a 19-minute video by Michael Apata...


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