Canada update 2021

New Canada updates 2020- International Students can enroll and begin their studies this fall

Ottawa has rolled out further huge improvements to help international students wishing to study in Canada start another program online from this fall due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Changes to the Study Permit application process and to how time spent studying online counts toward a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) were declared on Tuesday, July 14.

They follow various different moves to help international students made by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) since the pandemic grabbed hold in March.

“We value the contribution of young people seeking a high-quality education in Canada, and we’re making every effort to minimize how current challenges affect their plans and dreams for the future,” said Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino.

The progressions incorporate the production of another two-phase study grant endorsement procedure to help applicants who can’t present the necessary documents due to COVID-19 terminations. This procedure is accessible to students beginning a program in the fall semester who present study permit application before September 15, 2020.

“This measure will reassure students that they can enrol and begin their studies this fall online, even when they are not able to submit all required documentation due to pandemic-related closures,” an IRCC explanation said.

Applicants will at first get approvement-in-principle, permitting them to start their investigations on the web, before getting full endorsement sometime in the future when the necessary records can be submitted.

The time spent studying online abroad will check towards their PGWP, if they present an examination grant application and at least 50 percent of their program is finished in Canada.  

Canada has likewise dedicated to giving need study-grant preparing to students who have presented a complete application online, to guarantee that permits are processed as quickly as possible.

Mendicino stated: “The pandemic has significantly affected universal understudies and the Canadian organizations and networks that have them. This is the reason we have actualized a progression of measures to help them.”

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