The student permit application form
Original acceptance letter from the selected university
A valid passport
Two recent passport-size photographs, with name and date of birth written at the hind side
Proof of financial support – it should represent your tuition fee plus 833 CAD a month (this is for all provinces except Quebec which is 917 CAD a month)
A letter of explanation
If you’re studying in Quebec, you’ll also need a Certificat d’acceptation du Québec, English and French translations of the document, a statement from the translator, and a certified copy of the original documents
Proof that you paid the Canadian Student Visa fees, which is 150 CAD
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Firstly, The type of Ireland Study Visa you should get will depend on the duration of your course.
In case your course duration is less than 90 days, you’ll have to apply for a ‘C Study Visa.’
If you’re planning to study at a university in Ireland for more than 90 days, you will need to go for a ‘D Study Visa.
Here’s how to do it-
Head to this link on the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service (INIS) website and click on ‘Continue,’ and then on ‘AVATS Online Application Form.’
Fill the visa application form, print it out, then sign and date it.
Add your supporting documents and submit them with the application as per the instructions on the form.
You may also be asked to include Biometrics
Information as a part of your application process.
Once you’re done, you will be asked to pay an amount of €60 as the Ireland student visa fees.
Wait for at least 8 weeks – the regular Ireland Student
Visa processing time – for your application to get processed and only then book your flight tickets.
For pursuing a full-time course in Singapore, you will need a Singapore student visa.
If you are below 19 years and going for a full-time course, Singapore Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) will process your application.
If you are above 19, you may have to appear for an interview at the Embassy.
You can apply for a UK student visa via UCAS (University and College Admission Service).
You can use a single personal statement (500 words) for applying to 5 universities. UCAS respectively charges £20 and £25 for the applications to single and multiple universities.
Once you receive your CAS, you will need to pay £150 for health coverage.
Make sure you have all the documents ready while applying for the visa.
You can apply for a German visa basis the duration of the course.
Any course of 3 months should get – a Schengen Visa. Over 3 months should get – the German National Visa.
Students entering Germany with a national visa have to extend their stay with a resident permit in Germany for higher education from the Foreign Office. You need to do this when the entry visa is valid.
Make sure to go through the list of documents while applying for a visa.
The list of Ireland visa application requirements includes –
A letter of acceptance from a recognized school, college, or university.
Evidence of your academic and English language ability
Confirmation that course fees have been paid in full
Proof that you have sufficient funds (usually €7,000) to support yourself during your stay
Evidence that you or a sponsor have access to at least €7,000 for each subsequent year of your studies
Verification of private medical insurance or EHIC possession
An explanation of any gaps in your educational history
Evidence of academic ability to pursue your chosen course
Confirmation of your intent to return to your home country after leaving Ireland
Two recent passport-sized photographs
A passport that is valid for at least six months after the course will end
Basically, the UK government is going to check if you satisfy the following 4 conditions before handing over the visa to you-
You should have a university admit
You should have enough money to support yourself
You can speak, write, and understand English
And you have consent from your parents to go (only for students aged 16 or 17)
Student Visa (Subclass 500) – This visa will allow you to take up a full-time course in Australia and live there for up to 5 years
Student Guardian Visa (Subclass 590) – If you wish to support a student who is under 18, you will need to apply for this visa
Training Visa (Subclass 407) – Allowing you to do workplace-based training, this visa will allow you to participate in a classroom-based professional development training program and stay in Australia for up to 2 years
Most probably, if you have a degree from an Australian university you will be eligible for a post-study work visa.
What I would recommend is for you to start creating a strategy to achieve your goals
Research your industry in Australia.
Research what companies are looking for in an ideal candidate.
And then start gaining experience in the Australian market as soon as possible.
Internships and part-time jobs in your industry are an excellent idea.