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Each year, more than 130,000 international students choose to study at Canadian universities. In addition to a top grade high-quality education system, Canada also offers countless possibilities and a vibrant culture.
International students can attend schools that have been approved (or “designated”) by provinces and territories. Designated learning institutes are what these schools are called (DLI). Your admission letter from a DLI is required if you need a study permit.
Each province and territory in Canada are in authority of its own education system. We provide international students with information regarding their education in Canada, along with the public database of courses offered, fees, and other services.
We work with almost 1500 schools. Choose from over 100,000 programmes in Canada. Assistance with finances
We help you to have access to special scholarships and learn about financial aid possibilities.
Evaluation & Counseling
Face-to-face consultation and pre-assessment of students’ academic achievement, previous work/life experience, and financial capabilities to locate the most appropriate university/course in Canada is the first phase of our service.
We provide comprehensive support for all applicant and admissions stages, from completing forms and preparing relevant documentation to comprehend what happens at each stage. We offer professional and honest information on financial planning, tuition fees, payment deadlines, living costs, financial aids, and scholarships, if available, to students.
Since our Immigration Partners has a vast knowledge of Canada’s visa systems, we can confidently help prepare students’ documents for visa submission. Our team assists students with gathering the relevant information and documentation, write the Study Plan, and submit all required forms.
Our team and associates assist students with the visa application and submission process and reference check and address any questions that may arise.
We at BUILD YOUR HOPES assist students with lodging, enrolling for university, and receiving any other services required after their arrival.