Hi, are you an international student in Canada? And looking to change your program or looking to change your educational institute, or maybe looking to move your cities due to which you have to change your educational institute.
For many reasons students after they land in Canada like to make some changes to their program of study or schools or cities. So, there are certain factors that you need to consider before you make this decision.
First, try to find, for example, if you’ve already studied, you may know a couple of subjects in your current program. Try to find a new program where you can get credit transfers that can save you a couple of thousand dollars. And another factor that you need to consider is the application which applies to the student who has already completed one year in Canada, in one program and looking to do another program, for the second year. What your previous study was? Did you do this one year as an undergrad? Is it a possibility that maybe in the second year, you can do one year post-grad diploma or certificate which can help you to get more points in permanent residency? Or maybe you should do the second year in a province where it’s easier to get to PR. So, if you’re looking for a change maybe you should consider all these factors. How this program will help you to get the post graduate work permit; how this program will help you to eventually transit to permanent residency; and how you can get some credit transfers from your previous program. If you’re just moving in between a program and haven’t finished the previous one yet, and even if you have finished the previous one, still there are chances that you get a couple of credits transferred to the new one. So, these are the factors that you should consider before making a change to your new program, because you’ve already chosen a program and now you’re changing. Because you think that this doesn’t suit you so, you probably don’t want to do that mistake again. So, there are many other factors that I cannot layout here, it is a good idea to talk to export about this.
Few other factors that I would highlight are, you must change your DLI designated, learning institute number. You must enroll in a college and program which will eventually help you to get a post graduate work permit in Canada. Some of the private schools are not eligible for post-graduate work permits for all the programs. Our motive is to provide a detailed consultation to an international student that is free of cost; even if you take our services for Admissions it’s all free of cost. So, book your consultation today to discuss your very own individual circumstances, with an expert to explore your further study options in Canada.
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