Does Canada reject student visas?
With the dream of studying abroad and an offer from a famous school in hand, I have to rush around with a series of cumbersome procedures. It is not an easy task to go abroad and enter the hall of study abroad. A detour, into a misunderstanding. To make the road to study abroad smooth, it is better to interpret the three common misunderstandings of applying to study in Canada.
3 mistakes when applying to study in Canada
With the upsurge in studying abroad, Canada is also the darling of international students. However, new students are often refused visas because they do not understand Canada’s policies and requirements. Therefore, three misunderstandings that are likely to cause application failure are listed for reference by students in need, to avoid detours.
1: When studying in Canada, you must choose a school that suits your ideals
Those students who have graduated from university and passed language proficiency tests such as TOEFL, GRE, and IELTS can contact foreign institutions based on their existing academic background and professional aspirations. However, for applicants who do not have the above-mentioned abilities, when considering the application for studying abroad, they should still give top priority to how to effectively obtain a student visa.
Because applicants are limited by academic qualifications, English, majors, and other factors, they are often passive in considering the choice of schools and majors. In this way, it is necessary to accept professional guidance for studying abroad, and formulate a study abroad plan that is in line with Canada’s study abroad policy and its conditions.
2: Having enough proof of deposit equals getting a visa
Since education is an intellectual investment, it must have sufficient economic capacity. Because some applicants fail to provide the “economic guarantee” certificate, they often give the visa officer an “unreal” impression. In this way, the “economic guarantee” provided by the visa officer to Chinese students often needs to verify its “valid source”.
Therefore, for those applicants who were unable to provide “valid sources” or documents and were unable to prepare for the essentials, no amount of sufficient “financial guarantee” would help. In addition, when evaluating the applicant’s application for studying abroad, the visa officer also needs to consider whether the applicant has an “immigration tendency”, whether the selected school and course are in line with the applicant’s specific situation, etc., and finally, decide on whether to grant a visa…
3: Getting accepted to a Canadian school means everything is fine
To study in Canada, you must first obtain an “Admission Letter” from a Canadian school or educational institution. However, having an “Admission Letter” does not guarantee that you will be able to successfully study in Canada. The key issue is how to obtain a student visa approved by the Canadian embassy and consulate in China with the “admission letter” and other valid application documents.
It is hoped that these three misunderstandings can remove unnecessary obstacles to students’ application process so that international students can go out easily and enter smoothly.
Hope the above information is helpful to you!