To study in Canada, you must be a minimum of 18 years of age. Even though there is no age limit, you need a study permit and Guardian if you are a minor. Though the age limit varies with the province.
Proof of Funds or Financial Capacity is one of the basic requirements of the student visa application. This is required to give evidentiary proof that the students can pay for the fees as well as the normal living expenses during the stay in the country. A bank statement is one of the documents that is accepted as proof of funds.
Below is a document checklist that needs to be submitted along with the application. The documents should be submitted in a fixed order, and the processing of the application could be delayed if any of the documents are missing or incorrect.
Student Partnership Program (SPP) is an arrangement between selected Canadian colleges and the Canadian High Commission in India that enables students an easy and quick study visa. It requires fewer documents, and a student needs to apply to an SPP college.
Students who don’t qualify under the SDS program can apply under the general category, which also requires strong proof of financial background. The documents required are the same as documents under SPP.