Student visa process
- Step 1: find out your options relating to study destination, courses available and recommended
- Step 2: Register with Gulati Services.
- Step 3: Apply for admission.
- Step 4: Undertake medicals.
- Step 5: Organize funds.
- Step 6: Pay tuition fee.
- Step 7: Visa lodgment.
- Step 8: Visa outcome.
- Step 9: Travel services.
- We provide study visa services to qualifed applicants!
- Select the best educational Institute as per your interested area of study.
- Check your eligibility against the admission criteria of the scrutinized institute.
- Get the admission letter from the institute.
- Assists in getting education loan and other financial certificates.
- Apply Visa on your behalf.
- Provide pre departure counseling.
- Provide post landing services.
Working in Canada as a Student
It is possible to work in Canada, while you are here as a student, under any Citizenship and
Immigration Canada’s (CIC’s) work programs for students.
A student may be able to work in Canada during the course of study under the following categories:
- On campus without a Work Permit.
- Off campus with a Work Permit
- In Co-op and Internship Programs, where work experience is part of the curriculum, with a Work
Documents required for student visa
- Letter of Acceptance from your SPP educational institute in Canada stating unconditional
admission, course title, duration of study, level of study, start date (multiple start dates, if
applicable) and latest possible date of admission.
- IELTS test results taken within last 24 months with overall band not less than 6.0, with no
individual band lower than 5.5.
- Photocopy of the most recent diploma or leaving certificate, and most recent mark
sheets (for entire program; consolidated mark sheets are NOT acceptable)
Copy of receipts for tuition payment provided by the SPP institution.
- Proof of funds: You MUST demonstrate the purchase of a special (GIC) from a participating
Canadian financial institution, in the amount of $10,000 CAD to cover living expenses for
your first year in Canada.
- Copy of medical examination.
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STUDENT PARTNERS PROGRAM (SPP)
In India The Student Partners Program (SPP) is an administrative framework designed and
implemented in partnership between the Canadian visa offices in India and Colleges and Institutes
Canada (CICan). The current list of participating CICan members is the following:
- Algonquin College.
- Assiniboine Community College.
- Bow Valley College.
- Cambrian College of Applied Arts & Technology.
- Camosun College.
- Canadore College.
- Centennial College of Applied Arts & Technology.
- College of New Caledonia.
- College of the Rockies.
- Columbia College.
- Conestoga College.
- Confederation College of Applied Arts & Technology.
- Douglas College.
- Durham College.
- Fanshawe College of Applied Arts & Technology.
- Fleming College
- George Brown College.
- Georgian College of Arts & Technology.
- Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning.
- Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
- Lakeland College.
- Langara College.
- Lambton College of Applied Arts & Technology.
- LaSalle College.
- Loyalist College of Applied Arts & Technology.
- Manitoba Institute of Trades & Technology.
- Medicine Hat College.
- Mohawk College of Applied Arts & Technology.
- Niagara College.
- North Island College.
- Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.
- Northern College.
- Northern Lights.
- NorQuest College.
- Okanagan College.
- Parkland College.
- Red River College of Applied Arts, Science & Technology.
- Saskatchewan Polytechnic.
- Sault College.
- Selkirk College.
- Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology.
- Sheridan College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning.
- St. Clair College of Applied Arts & Technology.
- St. Lawrence College.
- University of the Fraser Valley.
- Vancouver Community College.
- Vancouver Island University.
Australia is spread over an area of 7,617,930 sq km. It is the biggest island on the earth and is the sixth-
largest country in the world in land area.
Australia has a stable, culturally diverse and democratic society with a skilled workforce and a strong
economy. Australia is the only nation that is a continent. It has a population of more than 21 million.
Australia has the 14th largest economy in the world. In terms of industrialised economy, it is the 9th
largest. It is the 15th richest nation in per capita terms, and is the 6th oldest continuously functioning
democracy in the world.
Visas and Entry requirements
No matter where you are studying, you will have to make sure that you secure a student visa in order to
study in the country. Australia is no different. Even though their immigration program is much more
lenient than countries like the United States and the United Kingdom, there are still a number of
processes that you must go through in order to study in Australia for any period of time.
Student Visa Options
- If you are applying for a student visa in Australia, there are six different types of visas for you to choose
from if you are going for tertiary education (there are three more available for primary and secondary
- English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) Visa. If you are planning on taking
English courses that will not result in a degree, this is the visa that you need to apply for. You will also
apply for this visa if you are taking English courses that lead to a certificate I through IV (as explained in
our section on undergraduate education).
- Vocational Education and Training (VET) Visa. If you are not coming to Australia in order to take
intensive English Language Course (like through ELICOS), but you are earning a vocational degree of
some sort, then you will need to obtain a VET visa. VET visas are for those obtaining Certificates I, II, III,
IV and those who are obtaining vocational diplomas, vocational advanced diplomas, vocational graduate
certificates, or vocational graduate diplomas.
- Higher Education Visa. If you are earning any type of degree in an academic field, (anywhere from
academic levels 5 to 9 according to the Australian Qualifications Framework), then you will apply for a
higher education degree. This is not the visa to apply for if you are pursuing a Master’s research degree.
Postgraduate Research Visa. If you are earning a Master’s research degree or a doctoral degree of any
type, then you must apply for one of these visas. Your university will help you determine if your Master’s
is by coursework or by research.
- Non-award Visa. If you are looking to come to Australia for a semester or you are just taking classes
while residing in Australia without pursuing a degree, then you will apply for a non-award visa.
- AusAID and Defense. These visas are for those who are sponsored by the AusAID or the Australian
Department of Defense. These sponsored visas allow you to go for any type of full time degree
(associates through doctorate).
there are two different ways that your application for a student visa may be processed. You will most
likely be placed in an Assessment level and have to go through a particular process based on the level
you are in, but you may also be eligible to go through what is called a streamlined student visa process.
- Instead of having a general student visa process, there are several factors that go into your student visa
process, which is referred to as your assessment level. The use of the assessment level is to help get
student visa applications in and visas out as quickly as possible. It also helps to establish consistency in
awarding student visas. Because there are students that go to Australia from over 200 countries, the
Assessment Levels help the Australian government to determine the immigration risk for certain groups.
- There are currently five Assessment Levels in the student visa requirements. These Assessment Levels
are based on your country of origin, your field of study, the university you are studying at, and what
level of education you are studying (based on the AQF standards). The higher the Assessment Level you
are placed in, the more requirements that you have before you can obtain a student visa. The
Assessment Level of each country is based on past compliance with immigration standards and other
indicators that determine risk.
Streamlined Student Visa Processing
There are a variety of universities that participate in this program. If the university that you are
attending participates, then the Australian government will treat you as if you are a lower immigration
risk, no matter what country you are coming to Australia from. If you are determined to be eligible for
streamlining, then you will not have to deal with any of the requirements of the Assessment Levels
because you will not be assigned one.
Here are the requirements of Streamlined Student Visa Processing:
- You must have a Confirmation of Enrollment at a participating university. This confirmation can be for a
Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree, Doctoral degree, or a non-award university or study abroad
- If you are looking to enroll in a course package, every one of your preliminary courses has to be at the
university that is participating in the streamlined visa processing process or a business partner of the
- Streamlined Student Visa Processing takes a lot less time and requires very little in terms of information
that you have to provide to the Department of Immigration and Citizenship.
- Proof of Financial Resources.
- In order to be eligible for a student visa and to be allowed access into Australia, you must go through a
process that involves a review of your financial resources. You will need to have a minimum amount of
income in order to study in Australia and to guarantee that your finances will be able to be covered
while staying in the country. More information about this can be found on the Proof of Financial
New Zealand - Destination to Study... Work... Migrate !
New Zealand, a beautiful and unique country in the South Pacific, where exciting things are happening in
Education. New Zealand is becoming the first choice for an increasing number of international students
seeking quality education & to explore new ideas in pioneering programmes that will put them at the
front in the world job markets of the future.
New Zealand universities, colleges and other New Zealand education institutions offer students a unique
learning environment. This is supported by an integrated education system in which students attending
New Zealand schools find it easy to make the transition to the next level of education.
Why Study In New Zealand?
Students who have studied are earning a reputation of being called innovative thinkers and are being
addressed as “The New World Class”. It has a progressive education system with state of art facilities.
Qualifications are internationally recognized. There are wide range of study opportunities, including
state administered primary, secondary schools, universities, polytechnics, colleges of education and
private training establishments. The NZQA assures the quality of programme offered by state
institutions and a private establishment, which in turn ensures that programmes offered in New
Zealand, maintain international recognition.
Most of the universities have been taking International students for the last 50 - 60 years and hence
have gained a multicultural/national perspective offering a balanced curriculum which finds relevance in
work places around the world. The same perspective enables it to offer excellent welfare services to
students from around the world. The polytechnics in NZ are known for the programs which are “Read to
Enter the Job Markets”.
The best thing about studying in NZ is that the expenses involved are comparatively less than the other
major destinations viz. USA, UK, Canada or Australia. In fact it is almost 50% less than that of USA and
UK. Coupled with the lesser costs and International recognition of its qualification, NZ essentially offers
"Best of Both Worlds" qualifications. Kiwi Life : Even though the country might be small the people think
big. The people popularly known as Kiwi’s are renowned for their hospitality and their love for sports
and the outdoors.
responsible for approving and registering all courses and national qualifications offered at polytechnics
and priva1te training establishments
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Students can undertake short courses, such as an intensive English language course, on a visitor visa,
provided they are less than three months in duration. If you want to study in New Zealand for more than
three months, you will need a student visa.
Student visa requirements
To apply for a student visa, you will need:
- An offer of a place or confirmation of enrolment from an approved New Zealand education provider
evidence of funds to support yourself ($15,000 per year if studying a course 36 weeks or longer in
proof that you plan to leave New Zealand after your course has ended (in the form of a return air ticket
or evidence of sufficient funds to purchase one)
a passport that is valid for at least three months beyond the end of your intended stay.
- You will also need to meet health and character requirements and prove that the intention of your stay
in New Zealand is genuine. The evidentiary documents you need to supply depend on the length of your
- If you will be in New Zealand for more than six months, you may need to provide a Chest X-ray
Certificate to show that you have been screened for tuberculosis. If you intend to study in New Zealand
for more than two years, you will need to provide a police certificate from your country of citizenship
and any countries in which you have lived for five or more years since turning 17. In addition, you will
need to hold appropriate medical and travel insurance regardless of the length of your stay in New
- If you are under 18 years of age, you must supply a statement from your education provider that
confirms that suitable accommodation is available to you during your stay in New Zealand. Students
aged 13 years and under will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.