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CIWSRC stands for Canada International work and study resource center. CIWSRC is an education consultancy center which provides valuable information and guidance to those wanting to study and work in Canada, disclose to them global opportunities, scholarships, connect and guide them through a successful application.
CIWSRC has been innovating the education landscape in Canada by building partnerships that lead international candidates to the careers of which they dream. We are representatives for many universities and colleges in Canada.

We are connected to a team of expert RCIC’s (Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants) by the government of Canada to process your Visa application as we develop partnerships with universities and colleges to ensure you get your choice of study easily. Our expert team of lawyers and advisors are here to help you realize your Canadian ambitions.

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International students who are married or have kids may wish to bring their family with them. Canadian visa officers will consider study permit applications which include accompanying family members. You should note that including family members on a study permit application may influence the visa officer’s decision. If you are approved as a family, your spouse will be able to work full time while in Canada. Any accompanying children will be able to study for free.
To study at a Canadian school you will need to be proficient in English or French. However, Some international students (Africa) do not need to provide proof of their language skills. If you are from an English-speaking country or have studied in English, then you may not have to take the IELTS. Each school set its own language requirements. It is important to check the specific requirements of the school where you want to apply.
If your family does accompany you, your spouse will be eligible for an open work permit, authorizing them to work full-time in Canada while you are studying.
Canada makes it easy for international students to become permanent residents if they want to remain in the country. The Post-Graduate Work Permit allows international students to stay in Canada and work for up to three years after graduating. After working in Canada for one year, international graduates may be eligible to apply for permanent residency. To apply for a PGWP, you need to prove that you have respected all the conditions of your study permit. Studying must have been your primary activity during your time in Canada. A PGWP is typically granted for the same duration as your studies in Canada.
There are plenty of scholarship opportunities for international students who want to study in Canada. The opportunities available to you will depend on your field of study or research and your country of origin.
Each school has their own deadline. You should make sure to submit your application well before this deadline. Canadian schools are flooded with applications every year. As the deadline approaches, schools become more selective. The more reputable schools are especially competitive, so the earlier you get your application in, the better.
Your letter of intent is a critical part of your study permit application. It should explain your plans to study in the country and your goals. You should acknowledge the conditions of being a Canadian study permit-holder. The purpose of the letter of intent is to assure the Canadian government that you will respect the conditions of your permit. You must agree to leave the country once your permit has expired.

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