Study Permit

More than 130,000 students come to Canada to study every year. Foreign students bring a rich culture to our classrooms as well as knowledge and skills that are welcome in our schools.

The provinces regulate education and schools in Canada. A Study Permit is not required for a course or program in Canada with a duration of six months or less. More information on study permits can be found on the following links:


Custodianship

Students under the age of 19 must EITHER: •  Travel to Canada with their parent or legal guardian, or •  Have a custodian in Canada As per the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada...

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Medical

The International Education office will ensure medical coverage on the student’s behalf provided that the student has a valid Study Permit or permission to attend school and is enrolled as an...

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Refund Policy

 REFUND POLICY FOR PROGRAM FEES:  All requests for refunds must be made in writing to the International Education Department, School District 43 (Coquitlam). Refund requests must include...

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Homestay

Homestay in Coquitlam School District is more than just food and lodging – it is a chance to take part in all aspects of family life. We believe that our students will feel that they really do have...

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Program Fee

To confirm your place in the school, pay the fees according to your Letter of Offer. Payments can be made by: money order, certified cheque, bank draft, bank wire, Visa, and/or Mastercard. Please do...

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Forms

Current Forms for International Education Programs The following forms can be downloaded for your convenience. Should you have any questions regarding our programs please call us at the...

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Apply

Acceptance in the International Education Program and subsequent placement in a school will be determined by the applicant's educational and behavioural background and present academic...

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