Prepare for life as an international student in Canada
If you’re an international student and have received admission into a Canadian university or college, you’re officially ready to start your student journey in Canada. But before that, you need to get a Canadian study permit.
As you prepare for your studies in Canada, you may have many questions. How can you ensure your study permit will be approved? What student expenses should you budget for? Can you work while studying in Canada? Will you be able to get a work permit or permanent residence (PR) in Canada after you graduate?
Join Film Helmi (Engagement Manager, Arrive) and Jimmy To (Asst. Branch Manager Advisor, RBC on Campus) for an insightful webinar on getting ready for your studies in Canada. We’ll walk you through the process of getting a study permit through the general and Student Direct Stream (SDS). We’ll share a pre-arrival student checklist and tips to adapt to life as an international student in Canada, including managing your finances, succeeding academically, and preparing for your future career in Canada.
You’ll learn about:
- Applying for a study permit
- Budgeting for student life in Canada
- Essential items for your pre-arrival checklist
- Your first few days as a student in Canada
- Working part-time while studying
- Staying in Canada after you graduate
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Arrive is a part of Royal Bank of Canada (Canada’s largest bank*). In collaboration with RBC, Arrive is dedicated to helping newcomers achieve their life, career, and financial goals in Canada. *Based on market capitalization