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Who can apply
High School (K-12)
Undergraduate / Post-Secondary
Graduate / Post-Graduate
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What are my options to study abroad?
As a student today, the world is your oyster. The options to study for students from around the world are unlimited and unprecedented. Aplicar will help you research, select, and apply to the programs of your choice, without leaving the comfort of your home.
What documents do I need to apply?
There are different documents that you may need based on the requirements of a specific institution’s admission policy. Generally, you will need the following documents (Passport, Academic transcripts, proof of English language proficiency) for all the institutions.
What is the difference between the Letter of Offer and Letter of Acceptance? Are they same?
The letter of Offer and Letter of Acceptance are different documents. A letter of offer is the initial letter stating that the student has met all the requirements of the admissions and specifies the steps that the student needs to accept the offer and pay the tuition deposit. Once you've accepted the offer as instructed and pay the tuition deposit, the Letter of Acceptance is issued stating that you have met all the admissions requirements, paid the tuition deposit, and accepted the admission offer and that your admission is now confirmed. You can use the Letter of Acceptance, along with the other required documents as required by the Consulate, to apply for the study permit.
How will Aplicar help me through the whole process?
Aplicar will help you walk through the process right from research, selection of the program, applying for admission, study permit application to arriving in Canada. We have a team of expert admissions officers and Canadian immigration experts to help you guide through the whole process end-to-end.
What are DLIs and are all the programs eligible for PGWP?
DLIs (Designated Learning Institution) is a number given to the approved institutions by the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to Canadian institutions. DLIs enables the holder institutions to recruit and accept international students. If the institution does not have a valid DLI number, then it cannot recruit international students. No, all the programs offered by DLIs are not eligible for Post Graduate Work Permit (PGWP). Please check with our advisors or the IRCC’s website for specific details and requirements of PGWP eligibility.
When and how much tuition deposit need to pay?
The tuition deposit that you need to pay is based on the institution that you are applying for and their policy. If you apply under Student Direct Stream (SDS) then you will need to pay the first full year tuition fee as proof of financial support for your student permit application.