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Canadian Career Education College
General Q & A About Distance Learning for International Students
For IRCC Study Permit:
Distance Learning for International Students. Ref "IRCC Website"
Distance learning can be through e-learning, correspondence, or internet courses. Distance learning is a process by which technology is used in ways where the student does not have to physically be in the place where the teaching is taking place.
Since by definition, distance learning does not require one to be in Canada, a study permit cannot be issued for this type of course.
If a study permit required for those in Canada on valid work permit, the Immigration Office procedures are the following:
We will strongly advise all students to consult with their legal counsel for further assessment and advice in this matter.
You may have both a work permit and a study permit if there is no conflict of work time and study time. In that case, you must apply for a study permit in Canada.
Q - Are Can-College's diploma programs approved as "post-secondary school education" and acceptable by the IRCC and nationally in Canada?
A - Yes, all of our diploma programs are "Canadian one-year post-secondary" programs and has been approved by the Superintendent under section 23 of the Act, Ontario. As such, they meet the IRCC’s, or any other agency's, criteria for a "Canadian one-year post-secondary" program.
Q - Is the IRCC responsible to approve "Canadian one-year post-secondary" degrees, diploma, or certificates?
A - No, the following Government ministries are in charge of post-secondary education by province and territory, and are responsible to approve colleges and programs.
Q - Will our diplomas, or other vocational programs, be considered as evidence of a "Canadian one-year post-secondary" education for the IRCC application in the related category?
A - Yes, since the Canadian Career Education College is registered as a private career college under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005, a Designated Learning Institution (DLI), and has its programs been approved as vocational programs under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005” Ontario, all vocational programs meet the criteria of a "Canadian one-year post-secondary" education for this purpose.
Q - Distance Learning: If I am a foreign national outside of Canada, do I need a study visa or permit to study a program online?
Q - Distance Learning: If I am a foreign national in Canada and working as a care provider, do I need a student permit to study online?**
A - No, distance learning can be done through e-learning, correspondence, or internet courses. Distance learning is a process by which technology is used in ways where the student does not have to physically be in the place where the teaching is taking place.
Since by definition distance learning does not require one to be in Canada, a study permit cannot be issued for this type of course.
Q - Do I need an agent to apply for admission to Can-College, and does the college provide assistance in applying for a study visa or permit for PSW, LIC, LCP?
A - No, you do not need any agent to apply for admission to Can-College. Admission assessment is 100 percent free, and you can get an admission offer in as early as 5 to 7 business days directly from the college.
A - Study Visa support: Yes, Can-College does offer this service to enrolled students during the LOA stage free of cost and via independent licensed legal professionals.
Q - Do I have to pay tuition fees upfront for admission?
A - No, tuition fees can be paid in easy monthly installments and after you arrive in Canada or when you start study.
If you need to apply for a study permit while working in Canada as a PSW-LIC, you may need the following documents to assist the process:
Please contact your legal counsel for further assistance in this matter or use this linkfor services provided by the college's support service platform (only for enrolled students).
Q - Can you withdraw from the program before it starts?
A - Yes, you may withdraw from the program before it begins and the college will issue a refund of all tuition fees paid as of the date of start of the program. Please send your request via email with your name and student ref number. The LOA and/or any test fees are not refundable. Please refer to the college's refund policy for further details.