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Post-Visa LOA Process


If your visa is approved, please ensure the following steps are taken to confirm your seat at Can-College:

  1. ​You must pay your tuition fee amount as listed above in the LOA, and as per agreed terms in enrollment contract, 30 days prior to start date of the program or immediately after receiving study visa-permit approval from IRCC, whichever comes first.
  2. Your tuition payment will hold your seat in the program and confirms your commitment to start your studies in the delivery mode that is available (e.g. on-campus, remote delivery online, or a combination of on-campus and remote online learning). If the tuition payment is not received as per schedule mentioned above, your Letter of Acceptance will be revoked.
  3. You must upload email proof of payment to your application portal. Once the tuition payment has been received, a receipt will be loaded to your application LMS-portal.
  4. You must provide proof that you have a valid study permit to study in Canada. Upload your port of entry introductory letter received from the IRCC (approval to receive a study permit), your study permit, or a copy of your stamped visa to your secure application portal; otherwise, your Letter of Acceptance may be revoked.
  5. You will receive an Enrolment Contract to read, sign, and return to the college to indicate that you formally agree to the terms and conditions regarding your admission and enrolment at the college.
  6. Once your visa is approved, you are required to read the arrival guide carefully as it contains important policies, procedures, and arrival information.
  7. You are required to arrive on campus at least 1 week prior to the start of term to attend the mandatory international student orientation.

Next Step Program Registration
To avoid line ups and delays when you arrive at Can-College, please
use this link and apply instructions according to your category.

If you experience any difficulties, please contact the
Can-College International team.

Coming to Canada

Most international students coming to study at Can-College will arrive at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport (YYZ). Pearson International Airport is about a 35 minute drive from Can-College, Vaughan Campus.

As soon as your study permit application has been approved, you should begin planning your travel and stay in Canada. In addition to your flights, you should also consider your transportation to and from airports, and accommodations around Vaughan, which is just 30 minutes from downtown Toronto and very close to subway stations and other public transportation.

This is also a good time to check your passport. Please ensure your passport is valid AT LEAST through to the end of your first semester.

Airport Arrivals

Ground transportation options from Pearson International Airport to Vaughan include:

  • Taxi (always available)
  • Limo (always available)
  • TTC, Bus, Subway - most affordable option
  • ​Uber/Lyft (these are applications you can download on your smartphone).
  • Services from the airport to Can-College will range between approximately $15 and $50.

Once you have settled, you may contact the college to arrange for a meeting and discussion to finalize your enrollment at the college and preparation to start your program.

That covers the application process right up to your arrival at Can-College!

The information we’ve supplied throughout the application section should cover everything you need to know about applying to Can-College.

​​​​​​​​​LOA (Letter of Acceptance) Policy:

If you have received a decision from Can-College confirming your admission approval, congratulations! We look forward to seeing you at Can-College!

Admission Offer and Confirming Acceptance

When you receive your admission offer letter, an invoice for your Letter of Acceptance (LOA) processing fee will be sent to you by email at the same time. This is when you have paid the LOA fee and confirmed your admission per terms in the offer letter. The Can-College admission process and LOA fee is a non-refundable fee. The Can-College Letter of Acceptance and Admission Registration fee range is between $250 CAD - $500 CAD for processing your admission and LOA. Please note that this fee is also non-refundable if a visa is rejected. However, it is considered towards tuition fee upon receiving a visa and if the student starts the program with the Can-College.

  • There is no refund on the admission processing/LOA fee.
  • There is a non-refund to the tuition-enrollment fee once the program is started or completed.
  • The tuition fee is 100% refundable if paid in advance by the student and the study visa-permit application is not successful.

Use this link for a detailed refund policy

All tuition payments can be made, in CANADIAN dollars, by
Visa, MasterCard, wire transfer, or Western Union (money order or certified cheques may be accepted from Canadian accounts). All payment details can be found in the Letter of Acceptance or refer to our Payment page.

Your Letter of Acceptance may contain one of the three following situations:

1. Accepted: If your letter indicates you have been accepted into your program, the next step is for you to confirm your intention to come to Can-College by sending your confirmation fee payment. Full instructions are in your Letter of Acceptance.

2. Accepted with Conditions:  If your acceptance letter indicates you are accepted with conditions, it will include a list of one or more conditions that you must meet to earn a seat in your program. You should work to meet these conditions as soon as possible. Your seat in your program is not secured until we have received verification that all conditions have been met.

A condition may be as simple as providing additional academic documentation, or it might be something like needing to upgrade English or math skills. Your Letter of Acceptance will have all the information.

3. LOA Deferrals and Extensions due to a delay in the visa-permit process: If for any reason you wish to change the date or defer your admission to a different session, it is possible but will be subject to the availability of seats at that time. Unfortunately in this situation, we may not be able to offer you a seat in the program and session that you have chosen. You can speak to one of the Can-College Service Manager about other program options if required.

All free deferral requests must be made within one year of the First Letter of Acceptance(LOA) issue date.
Please see below for our policy on deferrals in related & specific circumstances.

In general:All deferral or renewal requests must be submitted & received via email by the registrar 30 days prior to the date of expiration for consideration. 

A-1 - Deferral Request for a Student Who Has Received a Letter of Acceptance (LOA) and Who Has Not Applied for the Study Permit-Visa Yet

  • One free-of-charge deferral request can be made before your visa application is submitted, and one free-of-charge deferral request can be made after your visa application has been submitted (go to "B').
  • Any additional deferral requests are subject to approval from the Dean for a fee of $250 CAD.
  • A deferral request must be submitted one month before the first LOA expiry date.

A-2 - Program Change Request for a Student Who Has Received a Letter of Acceptance (LOA)

  • One free-of-charge program change request can be made prior to the submission of your visa application, within six months of the first LOA expiration date.
  • Any additional program change requests are subject to approval from the Dean for a fee of $250 CAD.
  • A deferral request must be submitted one month before the first LOA expiry date.

B - Deferral Request for a Student Who Has Received a Letter of Acceptance (LOA) and Who Has Submitted an Application for the Study Permit-Visa to the IRCC

General Policy:

  • One free-of-charge new LOA request can be made to reapply for a study visa-permit application after the first refusal within six months from the date of issuance of original LOA. The request can be made via email with a copy of the decision of the visa application.
  • A deferral request must be submitted one month prior to the first LOA expiry date.

Specific Policy:

B -1 Deferral Request for a Student Who Has Received a Letter of Acceptance (LOA) and Who Has Submitted an Application for the Study Permit-Visa to the IRCC

  • One free-of-charge new LOA request can be made to reapply for a study visa-permit application after the first refusal. The request can be made via email with a copy of the decision of the visa application.
  • A deferral request must be submitted one month prior to the first LOA expiry date.

 B -2 Deferral Request for a Student Who Has Received a Letter of Acceptance (LOA) and Who Has Submitted an Application for the Study Permit-Visa to the IRCC and the LOA expiry date is in less than 30 days

  • A deferral or LOA renewal request is subject to approval from the Dean for a fee of $500 CAD.
  • Note: If you have received an invoice to pay the deferral fee, you must pay this fee within 3 business days from the date the invoice is issued. After 3 days, you will not be considered for renewal or deferral and you may have to apply again.

C - Deferral Request for a Student Who Has an Expired LOA Without Applying for a Visa

If your Letter of Acceptance has expired and you are still interested in pursuing your education with Can-College, You will need to reapply for your desired program and session as a "New Student. or pay a renewal fee If $500"

Note: Your seat in your program is not saved until all conditions have been met in the original "admission offer letter" or the LOA (Official Letter of Acceptance), and tuition fees have been paid according to the terms, and proof of study permit approval has been received by Can-College. Be sure to send us proof of Study Permit acceptance as soon as you receive it, otherwise, you may lose your seat.​Here is the link on how to upload Visa or Study permit approval notification.If your visa has been refused, use this link

A Program Change Request cannot be granted if your Visa Application has been submitted unless requested by Legal Counsel.

D - Deferral of Admission for Students Who are in Canada

If a student requests a deferral after they have arrived in Canada and after they have attended the Mandatory Registration meeting, the deferral fee is $250.

Note: This must be a written request sent via email or Podio Portal and all applicable fees must be received 10 days before the program start date mentioned on the Letter of Acceptance. For example, if the start date of the program is the 29th day of the enrollment month, the request and the payment must be received by the 14th day of the same month.

Any deferral request received less than 10 days before the start date of the program will be subject to the Registrar's approval, and the deferral fee would be $500 if approved.

E - Lost or Deleted Emails

It is the student's responsibility to constantly check their email account for any communication from the College, and to save and store all relevant documents.

Any request for the re-issuance of a Letter of Acceptance due to a "lost" or "deleted" email will result in an administration fee of $30 CAD per event.

Understanding your Letter of Acceptance (LOA) and its Policies

Admission Offer: 

The LOA and enrollment process begins with a prospect applying for admission, then receiving an offer for admission in the study program. The admission offer is not an LOA or a contract. If admission is approved, the applicant will have 30 days to review and accept the offer and to fulfill condition(s) within, if any.

General Policy on Admission Offer Letter Expiration:

  • If the expiry date on your admission offer has passed and you have not filled the conditions or paid the related LOA processing fee by then, it is considered expired and void.
  • Any request to change or extend the date is supposed to be considered and applied five business days before the expiry date, not on or after the expiry date. Still, the decision to approve the request or reject is discretionary and depends upon the availability of seats at that time.
  • At the current time, the admission office is not considering any request to defer or extend an offer on or after the expiry date has passed.

Available Options After Offer Expiry:
Once the offer is expired, an applicant may apply again from scratch, and the admission officer will make a new decision, while being mindful of available seats and re-assessment at that time.

Applying for Your Study Permit

To study in Canada, international students must have a study permit (sometimes called a study visa) issued by Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada. In some cases, a temporary resident visa is required in addition to the study permit. Please see this 
website page to determine if you require a temporary resident visa.

The permit approval process takes time and is longer for students from some countries. To begin the study permit application process, you must have already received a Letter of Acceptance from Can-College.

If your Study Permit Application is denied

If you have been informed by Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada that your application for a study permit has been denied, you have two options:

1) If you think you might be approved for a study permit in the future, you can defer your admission to an upcoming intake. If you would like to defer your admission, please take the following steps:

  1. Contact the Student Services Office via email and request a deferral
  2. Request a new Letter of Acceptance
  3. Include your preferred intake/start date (January, May or September)

2) If your Study Permit has been denied again, you can request a tuition fee refund, if applicable. Please refer to our
Refund Policy page for more information. The refund is processed within 15 business days if all documentation is completed and submitted properly.