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Canada Study Visa


The student visa for Canada is document based and in most cases an interview is not required. Applicants need to show that they can pay for their entire education whilst in the country, including living expenses. The funds shown should be in movable or liquid assets and a detailed cover letter explaining your reasons to study in Canada, your plans after graduation and your financial plan should be included. Certain health requirements must also be fulfilled when you applying for a student visa to Canada. The visa office is notorious for taking time to process visas and in many cases the processing time for Canada can be 3-4 months and hence students should apply early.


  • Student Direct Stream

    Want your Canadian Study Permit faster? Then consider putting your student visa application through the SDS – Student Direct Stream. If you plan to apply for a Canadian student visa through the Student Direct Stream, you need to satisfy certain requirements. These include applying online, buying a minimum GIC of $10,000 CAD (higher amount needed in some cases), pay your one year tuition fees in advance to the university, take the IELTS with an acceptable score, clear your medicals in advance and so on. The main advantage of the Student Direct Stream process is that you will get your study permit faster and processed in two weeks or less. International students can use this service to apply for visas for your family members who are travelling with you to the Canadian University. If you are a member of foreign armed forces, different set of visa rules may apply to you.

  • Canada Visa Application process

    1. Pay the visa application fee
    2. Complete the non-immigrant visa application form online
    3. Carry the following documents when you visit the visa application centre: Visa application form, one photograph taken within the last six months, Current and all old passports and the original visa fee payment receipt, Acceptance letter, Evidence of income and proof that funds are immediately available to cover your education in Canada, School and college transcripts and standardized test score sheets, Medical test reports and any other documents that can prove that you are a student and will return home after studying in Canada.

UK Study Visa


The UK student visa process is largely document-based and if you carefully follow the guidance issued by the British High Commission you should find the process relatively straightforward. Those applying for a student visa to the UK need to show that they can pay for their entire education, living and maintenance expenses. It is imperative that the funds are readily available in savings accounts and the money should be kept for a minimum period of 30 days. Remember to apply for your student visa months before the start of your course.
You must include a detailed cover letter about your qualifications, your reasons to study in the UK , your finances and your plans after your education. In most cases an interview is not required and on the basis of your correct documents and cover letter you should be granted a study visa for the UK.


  • General Information

    Most students who choose to study in the UK apply for a Tier 4 (General) visa which is a points-based scheme. You need 40 points to get a student visa, where 30 points are earned by submitting a valid Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) certificate issued by a licensed institute in the UK, and 10 points are earned by showing your financial capability. The UK Government has stated that students who apply for a Tier 4 General Student Visa will have to prove that they have an unconditional offer from an approved higher educational institution as well as have English proficiency including English language courses. In addition students would have to show that they have the funds available to pay for their education and tuition fees – normally a bank letter stating that the funds are in your account for 30 days or more. International students can obtain a short term study visa for the United Kingdom, no matter how many months long, by following the guidelines issued by the UK Government. The accredited university where you have admission from, will serve as your Tier 4 sponsor and this is mandatory for obtaining entry clearance. If you wish to check the accreditation of your university, refer to the UK government website as well as world university rankings. In the end, if you want to be living in the UK, your first step will be to get a student visa.

  • UK Visa Application process

    1. Pay the visa application fee and complete the form online
    2. Carry the following documents to the visa application centre:
    3. Current and all old passports and the original visa fee payment receipt acceptance letter (CAS) evidence of income and proof that funds are immediately available to cover your education in the UK School and college transcripts and standardized test score sheets Medical records The British High Commission will make a decision using the documents you submit. If required you may be called for an interview.

Australia Student Visa


The Australian student visa process is very time consuming and you should apply for the visa at least 3 months prior to the course start date. Besides an exhaustive list of documents, students will need to undergo health tests as well. In most cases an interview is not required. You would have to include papers that show your financial standing, how you plan to pay for your education, why you intend to study in Australia and your plans after graduation. All your previous mark sheets and degrees will also be needed. In addition to this, for an Australia student visa you will need to show an acceptable IELTS score to make sure you have the required English proficiency.


  • General Information

    The Australia student visa application is confusing and tedious to many. Students who wish to study in Australia would have to apply for a Student Visa 500 or a Student Visa Subclass 500 from the Department of Home Affairs. This is a specific student visa for students who want to study in Australia. This visa is applicable to you and your family members. Normally this visa is issued for a period of 5 years and you should apply for the student visa online. You would also be permitted to work on or off campus for 40 hours in every 2 week period that your course is in session. In order to get your student visa for Australia, you would have to carefully prepare the documents required. The visa requirements for international students include possession of a confirmation of enrollment (CoE) at a full-time course at a university approved by the Australian Government. You must be clear about your intent to study and having enough funds to pay for your tuition and living costs during your stay in Australia. You must also have sufficient health insurance while you are pursuing your Australian education.

  • Australia Visa Application process

    1. Pay the visa application fee and complete the form online
    2. Carry the following documents at the visa application centre:-- Current and all old passports and the original visa fee payment receipt- Acceptance letter (CAS)- Evidence of income and proof that funds are immediately available to cover your education in Australia- School and college transcripts and standardized test score sheets- Medical records3. The Australian High Commission will make a decision using the documents you submit. If required you may be called for an interview.

USA Study Visa


A student visa for the USA is one of the most sought after amongst those looking to study abroad. The US is probably the only country where students can apply for a visa without having a preset list of documents and where the interview decides if the student gets the visa or not. When applying for a USA student visa you need to show that you can pay for the entire course and that you have strong ties with your home country and will return home after studying. You also need to have been accepted to an institute of good standing in the US. Keep in mind that if you are applying for certain PhD or data based courses, your application may require additional scrutiny and hence you should be applying early for your student visa.


  • General Information

    There are two types of student visas that you can apply for to study in the US – F-1 and M-1.
    The F1 visa is the most common for students who wish to engage in academic studies in the United States. The M1 visa is for those who wish to study vocational subjects or undergo training at US institutes. With the amount of student visa information available online, it would be easy to be confused and doubt what information is needed to get a US nonimmigrant visa. However, by following simple rules you would have no problem in visa issuance. The process for a US student visa starts by filling in your DS-160 form and paying the visa fee. You can use the exchange rate mentioned on the visa application center’s website. Remember to apply for an F1 student visa and not an exchange visitor visa. Once you are done with this process, you need to book two visa appointments with the US embassies and consulates in India. One appointment would be to collect your Biometrics and the other would be your visa interview appointment. After your visa interview appointment, you would be issued a machine readable US student visa by the Consulate General or Embassy of the United States. If, for any reason, your visa is held under Section 221(g), your visa would have to be processed by the Department of State in the US before it can be issued in India.

  • USA Visa Application process

    Remember that you can apply for a student visa no earlier than 120 days before you report to school in the United States (some consulates, however, will process your application prior to 120 days).
    1. Pay the SEVIS (The Student Exchange Visitor Information System) and visa application fee
    2. Complete the non-immigrant visa application form online (DS-160)3. Schedule an appointment for submitting your Biometrics as well as for an interview4. Carry the following documents when you visit the US consulate or embassy: Printed copy of the appointment letter, DS-160 confirmation page, one photograph taken within the last six months; current and all old passports and the original visa fee payment receipt; acceptance letter & SEVIS (The Student Exchange Visitor Information System)fee receipt; evidence of income and proof that funds are immediately available to cover your education in the US; School and college transcripts and standardized test score sheets