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Canadian Career Education College
How to Verify Your Admission Application Status at Can-College
Some international students may choose to hire an education agent to help prepare for studying in Canada. An education agent, consultant or agency provides advice and placement assistance for international students who wish to study in Canada. Education agents can be individuals or organizations located in Canada or abroad, offering marketing, promotion, recruitment, and other services in the education sector. Education agents are known by various titles, such as student advisors, education consultants, counsellors or representatives.
It is important to note that education agents cannot provide advice on Canada’s immigration process. In 2011, the Government of Canada amended the Immigration and Refugee Act to make it illegal for anyone but an authorized representative, a person you name and who has the required skills and training, to charge fees to help people with immigration and refugee applications to Canada; this includes education agents.
The Government of Canada does not qualify, accredit, guarantee, or endorse any particular agent. Can-College also does not endorse or authorize any particular agent/agency to process or issue any official college document on our behalf. We recommend that each student researches the background, experience, and expertise of the agent, determines which Canadian institutions are authorizing their services, and seek references before engaging with an agent. Confirm directly with an institution of interest to determine authorization for agent representation.
For more information on how to apply for a study permit, extend your stay as a student, or to learn about other student-related visas, visit the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada website.
Statement of Application Fraud
It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that the application information and all supporting documentation is truthful, complete, and correct.
C.C.E.C. reserves the right to verify any information provided as part of your application.
It is an act of serious academic misconduct to provide any false or misleading information, either by omission or commission, in your application.
If it is proven, or if the C.C.E.C. has reasonable grounds to conclude that any information in your application or in any of the material submitted in support of your application is determined to be false or misleading, or written by a third party, your application may be invalidated at the absolute and sole discretion of C.C.E.C.
This could result in immediate rejection of your application, in the revocation of an offer of admission, or in the termination of your registration at C.C.E.C..
Any such information may be shared by C.C.E.C. with the Government Agencies and/or with other universities and colleges across Canada.
How to Protect Yourself
You can protect yourself by taking the following precautions:
How to Report Fraud
Canadians should contact the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre. For non-Canadians outside of Canada, gather all information about the fraud (documents, copies of emails, etc.) and report the incident to your local police and also send it to the college via email.
Every year, many international students become victims of fraud through websites, email, phone calls, and social media. Fraudsters will offer false promises, such as guaranteed entry into Canada or scholarships to study in Canada in exchange for financial and personal information.
Currently, all our college’s admission application processes are free of charge, and typically run through online application forms hosted on our official website: www.cancollege.ca .
Canadian Career Education College’s administration/staff will never call you or ask you to pay money or send prepaid credit and gift cards, money wires, or e-transfers through a specific private money transfer company, an agent, counsel, or firm for an application.
Warning Signs of Fraud
Detecting fraud is not always easy. Here are a few things to look out for:
There are many different types of fraud. Educate yourself about them.