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Before You Arrive in Canada

Can-College provides letters for international students in support of their varying administrative needs and immigration responsibilities.

Health Insurance

You may need to contact our designated service provider or your own representative for more information on health insurance for international students. Can-College does not have any direct affiliation with any insurance provider in Canada or globally.

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Pre-arrival guide
The City of Toronto, in partnership with Toronto Pearson International Airport, looks forward to welcoming you!

If you have coordinated with our staff prior to your arrival in Canada, upon arrival you will be greeted by one of our welcome staff holding a Can-College Tag, in the international arrivals areas of the terminal.

Meet our friendly staff to:

  • Pick up a welcome package with useful items and promotions,
  • Get information about your campus destination and other required assistance,
  • Free drop off service to your residence,
  • Free call to your family informing them about your safe arrival,
  • Contact designated staff for international students,
  • Or other service(s) based on a specific need.

If you have any questions, require assistance in the completion of your forms, please do not hesitate to make an in-person or telephonic appointment. Please call 1-905-499-3631 Ext-102 to speak with a knowledgeable student manager or send an 

Before you arrive in Canada
There are many things to consider before you begin your studies in Canada. This pre-arrival checklist will help you get ready.

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Pre-Arrival Checklist

  1. Register for Orientation!
  2. Review your health coverage and purchase travel insurance to cover the time period from the date of your departure until you arrive at Can-College Campus. 
  3. Bring a copy of your health records with information on allergies and immunizations, especially in the case of previous medical concerns or an existing medical condition.
  4. Make copies of important documents, such as passports, visas, etc.
  5. Off-campus housing
    • There are off-campus residences near the College. To learn about how to look for off-campus housing, you can contact our designated staff at any time.
    • It is highly recommended that you secure housing prior to arriving in Canada. Although private housing can be found in or around the Can-College campus after arrival, housing suitable for students is limited, particularly during the back-to-school period in late August and early September. The duration of a standard private residential lease is 1 year. Keep in mind that most landlords will need a reference and will require you to pay the first and last month's rent up front, along with a damage/security deposit. Can-College may assist you in obtaining a reference letter.

Pre-Arrival Useful Resources
What items should I pack?

  1. Check with Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA), about what items are restricted through Customs.
  2. Pack some clothing and valuables in your carry-on luggage in case your luggage is lost in transit.
  3. Prescription medication
  4. Things that remind you of home
  5. Power adapters; you can purchase these in Canada as well.
  6. Cell phone (an unlocked cell phone will allow you to use most Canadian carriers).

What documents should I bring with me?

  1. Valid passport or travel document
  2. Temporary resident visa or eTA
  3. Can-College's Letter of Acceptance for International Students (LAIS)
  4. Proof of funds 
  5. Letter of Introduction issued by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)
  6. Immunization records
  7. Marriage certificate (if applicable)
  8. Driver’s license and driving history (if applicable)
  9. The address of where you will be living in Canada (temporarily or permanently)
  10. Visit the Canada Border Services Agency's website for travel tips, border checklist, and customs regulations.

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