Top 5 reasons for refusal of Canadian Student Visas

Overseas Students seeking to pursue studies in Canada must obtain the Canadian Student Visas and Entry Visas. The process of application and receipt of a Canada Study Permit/Visa commences after you obtain admission into a Designated Learning Institute /DLI.

Statistics from Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada reveal that 350,000 plus Canadian Student Visas are approved annually. The numbers are only increasing every year according to IRCC.

Due to the increase in the number of applications every year, even the rate of rejection of Visas is also increasing. On average, 30% of the overall applications for Canadian Student Visa are rejected every year according to IRCC.

The maximum number of rejections is experienced by oversea students who apply for a Bachelor’s Study Program in Canada. Meanwhile, those who applied for the Doctorate Study Program faced the minimum rejections.

Here are the statistics for the % of Canadian Student Visas refusals based on the category of the applicant:

Is it possible to work in Canada on a Study Visa?

Working while studying in Canada is one of the many benefits of choosing Canada as your study destination, there are so many advantages a student can avail while and after studying in Canada. Even without a work permit, most overseas students in Canada can work up to 20 hours per week and full-time during specified breaks. Working while studying can help you sustain yourself and meet new people while also allowing you to develop the contacts and experience that will help you stand out in the future job market.

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