How To Qualify ?

Required Documents Form For University / College / High School Application in Canada

Proof of Identity
Student must provide:

A scanned copy of a valid passport or travel document. The passport or travel document must allow the student to return to the country that issued it.

A scanned recent passport size photos of the student. The name and date of student should be written on the page of the scanned photo – not on the photo.

Proof of Financial Support

Student must prove that they can support him/herself while they are in Canada. Student can prove that they have sufficient funds to support themselves in Canada by showing copies of one or more of the following:

  • Proof of a Canadian bank account in their name if money has been transferred to Canada.
  • Proof of a student/education loan from a financial institution;
  • Student bank statements for the past four (4) months;
  • A bank draft in convertible currency;
  • Proof of payment of tuition and accommodation fees;
  • A letter from the person or institution providing the student with money;
  • Proof of funding paid from within Canada if the student has a scholarship or is in a
  • Canadian-funded educational program.

The minimum amounts that the student must show are:

  • All Provinces (except Quebec) = Tuition plus $11,000 for a 12-month period (or $950 a month)
  • Quebec = Tuition plus $11,000 for a 12-month period (or $975 per month)

If there are foreign-exchange control measures in the student’s country, s/he must provide proof that the exchange control authorities will allow the student to export funds for all of their expenses.

Letter of Explanation

In order to assist the school application process (and eventually the Study Permit application process), it is strongly advised that you write a Letter of Explanation.

The letter should contain:

  • Why you selected Canada as your study destination.
  • Why you have chosen your Program of Study
  • Any other point you consider important / relevant

For example, you may write:

Dear Visa Officer,
I would like to apply for a Study Permit for my 4-year Bachelor Program in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering Program because I would like to go back to Nigeria and apply the knowledge there in order to develop the Nigeria energy sector in a strategic way to further the livelihood of Nigerians in general.

Special Note:

This information is used only for application to educational institution(s) and will be held in confidence until you request for its return.

With your written permission, it may be passed to a Registered Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) in Canada.

Canadian Education & Life Skills Network suggests that you follow our instructions and use secured network to transmit funds and important documents. contact us: email -

What do you want to study in Canada?

Canadian government policies are now making studying in Canada a bit easier. CELSN will guide you with the minimum requirement needed to study in Canada. English language proficiencies are a must along with financial solvency.

Select a College, University or High School ( high schools are from 9 grade to 12 grade)

Or Imagine studying marine biology on Canada’s West Coast, Computer Science in Toronto or learning French-Canadian history in Quebec, or attending culinary school in Halifax! Match your interests with schools and programs in Canada that deliver exciting multicultural experiences taught by some of the world’s leading instructors.

Looking for other diverse opportunities to study in Canada, including: language schools, elementary and secondary schools, or distance and online education? CELSN can assist yo from How to start to How to successfully complete your education and career goals.

Cost of studying in Canada

How much does it cost to study abroad in Canada?

Studying in Canada is a rewarding investment in your future with access to a premier education, exciting cross-cultural experiences, and a globally recognized degree. Not unlike going to school in your own country, university or college in Canada for international students requires some degree of planning and financial commitment before you arrive, and while you live in Canada. The cost includes;

  1. Tuition
  2. Administrative fees to CELSN, education institutions to make all of your arrangements.
  3. Life Skills Training for your planned career or becoming a Canadian citizen.

The average cost can be from $12,000.00 Canadian dollars to $35,000.00 Canadian dollars. Remember, that Canadian tuitions are among the lowest in G8 nations! CELSN can make the entire process seamless. REGISTER to start the initial process.

Affordable tuition

Studying abroad can be expensive, but Canada offers the lowest tuition rates for foreign students compared to the U.K., Australia, New Zealand and the U.S.

This means you can pursue your studies in a globally recognized program of your choice at one of Canada’s top universities for nearly half of what it would cost to attend an equally reputable program at a private U.S. university.


If you are planning to study in Canada, you will need somewhere to live. Many schools offer on-campus housing ranging from shared condominiums to dormitory-style housing. For others Home-Stay can be arranged by CELSN. The cost for these may or may not include a meal plan and or other utilities such as phone and Internet connection.

If you choose to live off-campus, prices may be lower but will include the additional cost of furnishings, hydro, transportation, electricity and/or other miscellaneous expenses. CELSN will assist you with 24/7 support system and initial settlement orientation from landing at an airport to graduation.

Other costs of living

Health insurance is a must before you can get your Student-Visa. Just like an acceptance letter from your educational institution.

Student life isn’t all about studying. Whether you want to head out with friends, travel to the other side of the country, or explore the many cultural events our cities have to offer, you’ll need to set aside some extra spending money.

Some international students choose to study and work in Canada to help cover the cost of these extra expenses.

Canadian study permit requirements for international students

In order to study in Canada as an international student you may need a study permit. Canadian study permits are only issued after you have been accepted at a Canadian college, university or other accredited educational institution designated to receive international students. These can be arranged with the assistance of CELSN. Register first with CELSN.

Find out if you are eligible to apply

Do you want to work, study, visit, travel through or live permanently in Canada?

Answer a few questions to find out what immigration programs you can apply for. Each immigration program has different application and eligibility requirements. You will need about 10-15 minutes to complete the form.

You may be asked questions about your personal data such as:

  • nationality
  • age
  • language ability
  • family members
  • education
  • work experience
  • income and/or net worth
  • details on any job offer

Based on your answers, we will tell you what programs you may be eligible for, so be as accurate as you can. CELSN can arrange to get your English proficiencies test, arranging various forms and contacts in Canada that is required for admissions and obtaining you visa into Canada.

If you are eligible, we will give you a detailed list of instructions on what to do next.

For further information kindly register on line and we will guide you step by step :


How to Apply to a School, College or University

Before you start, please register at Canadian Education & Life Skills Network along with their experts will help you choose and apply for one or more schools, colleges or universities in Canada. CELSN guidance & program can significantly assist your career path.

Please keep the following in mind when choosing a school in which you would like to study:

  1. Every school has different rules on how to apply.
  2. Make sure that apply early for your course – at least six (6) months in advance to primary and secondary schools. University and College students should apply a year before they want to start their studies.
  3. Filling the School’s application forms correctly will mean faster response and reduced wait times. Often there are several forms to fill. Make sure that the set of forms are appropriate for your circumstances.
  4. You will need to know the following when applying:
    - the cost of applying - the tuition fees - health insurance - rent and how much it will cost to live in Canada - language tests
  5. Submit the application according to instructions. If lost, the process will have to start once again.
  6. Health insurance is compulsory in some countries/provinces/cities. They are usually managed by the schools in which you apply. There are insurance companies which will provide extended benefits.

All forms must be filled out accurately and transmitted on time to CELSN offices. The three most important parts are English Proficiency Score, Offer from accredited Education Institution and Proof of your Financial Abilities.

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Top questions about studying in Canada

In most cases, you must obtain a study permit if you want to study in Canada.

To be eligible to study in Canada

  • You must have been accepted by a  designated learning institution in Canada.
  • You must prove that you have enough money to pay for your:
         tuition fees
         living expenses for yourself and any family members who come with you to Canada and
         return transportation for yourself and any family members who come with you to Canada.
  • You must be a law-abiding citizen with no criminal record and not be a risk to the security of Canada. You may have to provide a police certificate.
  • You must be in good health and willing to complete a medical examination, if necessary.
  • You must satisfy an immigration officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your authorized stay.
  • If you are a member of a foreign armed force under the Visiting Forces Act, you do not need a permit to study in Canada. If your family members, including minor children, want to study in Canada, they must meet the requirements.
  • Foreign nationals who are Registered Indians in Canada If you are a citizen of another country who has Registered Indian status in Canada, you do not need a permit to study in Canada.

Top questions about studying in Canada

Do you have another question? Please register with CELSN at

We can answer all of these questions and provide expert solutions.

  • or program
    You do not need a study permit if you plan to take a course or program in Canada that lasts six months or less. You must complete the course or program within the period authorized for your stay in Canada.

  • Foreign representatives to Canada
    If you are a family member or staff member of a foreign representative to Canada accredited by Global Affairs Canada (GAC), you may not need a permit to study in Canada. You should contact your embassy in Canada. Your embassy can contact the Office of Protocol at GAC to find out whether you need a study permit.

  • Members of foreign armed forces
    If you are a member of a foreign armed force under the Visiting Forces Act, you do not need a permit to study in Canada. If your family members, including minor children, want to study in Canada, they must meet the requirements.

  • Foreign nationals who are Registered Indians in Canada
    If you are a citizen of another country who has Registered Indian status in Canada, you do not need a permit to study in Canada.


Once you are our client: You will be assigned a “Personal Representative” Get a PHONE-HOTLINE to contact us anytime - 24/7 or email reply within 24 hours! We want your success.

This is how we can help you: Step ONE to step SEVEN.

1. Free Registration – Before we can assist you Please go to REGISTER TODAY on our first page: Click to register: A must for all students or Parents.

After Registration: We will contact you and send you few documents. If you are sure that you wish to either apply or just want to find out how you can study in Canada, then go to step number 2. Create an account

2. Create new student account: You will need account number to proceed to next step: Save your account number for future reference and we will send you Log-In details.
Once you have your account number we will guide you further;

3. Admission Process: After you create your account; We will send you a series of instructions, Fees & Payment Structures and required forms to fill out.
You will be ready to get admission.

4. Home Stay / Living arrangements: Before you get your visa you must satisfy certain conditions. We will guide you and complete these steps. We can make all of your arrangements to live in Canada as per your request and affordability.

5. Get visa / Student permit; Once you have secured admission and all other required steps have been meet 100% to come to Canada, we will guide you to obtain visa to come to Canada.

6. Arrive at the Airport/ Home Stay / Orientation, Etc.: We will receive you at the airport,, Help you settle, Get you orientated and Start your education program. You will have 24/7 access phone line and email guarantee.

7. Life Skills & Pathway to Canadian Residency: As they say “getting there may be the easy part” – becoming successful may require “Life Skills”.
You will need special Language training (regardless of your English proficiency), Cultural Adjustments, Grooming, Communication skills, Get Employment and earn “Government Points” to get a “Pathway to Canadian Residency” followed by Canadian citizenship. CELSN will tailor-cut your personalized program.

• All of your education may mean little if you do not get Life Skills Training. Every country/ society / corporate world has certain expectations from you. We have seen most foreign students may not meet Canadian standards. You MUST meet these expectations and or Criteria’s or you will NOT achieve complete success. CELSN is in this to make you successful. We are a Canadian company. We understand how to succeed in Canada and globally.

Please Note:
CELSN must follow strict PAYMENT guidelines to meet Government of Canada Laws and Regulations. Rules against Money Laundering and Unlawful transfer of funds into Canada is punishable by law.
We will be totally transparent and create a complete ACCOUNTING PROFILE of each and every client/student.

• We will give you a complete account breakdown / update and or spread sheet with description of ALL of your charges.