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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Predator188: 7:29pm On Aug 27, 2023
OTSAMUEL:
I mean covert a study permit to a work visa
Yes ..
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Bamz555: 7:29pm On Aug 27, 2023
Awesome85:


Please, l do want to reach you.
Kindly reply
Whiteosimiri at gmail
I’ve replied u
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by peregrinus: 8:12pm On Aug 27, 2023
Good evening to all the gurus in the house. I want to start my visa application soon and I need some guidance from the experts here. Also, is there anyone who can help with a well detailed SOP and LOE. Thank you all

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Seyola16: 10:29pm On Aug 27, 2023
Goodevening all,
Please can someone help with clarity on attaching e bank statement and scanned hardcopy bank statement to an application. Which one is most preferred, and acceptable by IRCC?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by eldersir20: 10:43pm On Aug 27, 2023
Seyola16:
Goodevening all,
Please can someone help with clarity on attaching e bank statement and scanned hardcopy bank statement to an application. Which one is most preferred, and acceptable by IRCC?

ebank/mbs is more preferred as it is easier for Ircc to verify than hard copies that can be easily faked or arranged
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by zubizareta(m): 10:43pm On Aug 27, 2023
Seyola16:
Goodevening all,
Please can someone help with clarity on attaching e bank statement and scanned hardcopy bank statement to an application. Which one is most preferred, and acceptable by IRCC?
E bank statement is fine.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by eldersir20: 10:47pm On Aug 27, 2023
Awesome85:
Good evening community.

Abeg l need help oooo
Which Nigeria bank dollar card is best to use in Canada.

Please, my POF is in Naira savings account, how do l have access to my cash in canada.

Cos, l use my naira account as my POF . And l have to show statement at POE incase l an ask. So after showing them and clear...how do l get access to my cash because money dey naira account ooo

Abeg make una no laugh me too much ooo. I be JJC l wan ask make l know go make mistakes. Una thank you.
I appreciate y'all

You can use lemonade to convert from your naira to Canadian bank account. Other option is look for someone who has dollar and want naira. But you have to be careful with this option so you don’t get scammed or you are transferred bad money. Better you deal with someone you know when arrive in Canada or use first option
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Focusmind: 7:23am On Aug 28, 2023
Getbizzzy:
Hello house, thanks for all the wonderful contributions you have been making.

Please I have this question,

What is the possibility of starting education in Canada with an admission already gotten while in Nigeria?

Like, I got an admission while in Nigeria but now traveled to Canada with visiting visa which has been converted to work visa.

Can I now use this admission which I got while I was still in Nigeria to school in Canada?

Thanks in anticipation for the replies.

If you are sure that you have a valid work permit, I think there is a new public policy that allows holder's of valid work permits that are already in Canada to go to school without applying for study permit. But you must continue to maintain the validity of your work permit without getting out of status while schooling. Just check with IRCC....I am sure of that new policy.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by ItzRay(m): 10:12am On Aug 28, 2023
Good day house.

I want to sign up and create an account with the IRCC new Portal but its showing me to put an "invite code" and I don't have an invite code for it. Please how can I rectify this and continue with the account creation?
@everyone

Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by justwise(m): 10:15am On Aug 28, 2023
zubizareta:


If you mean someone to write one for you then send me a mail.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Gbola007: 10:18am On Aug 28, 2023
It seem new portal is faster than old portal (GCKEY). Most people that used the new IRCC portal for application since August 3rd has gotten response. Please if you submitted your application around 3rd August and you used old portal and you have gotten response from IRCC., Please signify 🙏

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by ItzRay(m): 10:39am On Aug 28, 2023
@lekiboboe, @bullstriker and others please kindly help out.

ItzRay:
Good day house.

I want to sign up and create an account with the IRCC new Portal but its showing me to put an "invite code" and I don't have an invite code for it. Please how can I rectify this and continue with the account creation?
@everyone
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by spacevice(m): 11:01am On Aug 28, 2023
1st semester fee is a must

Nero086:
Greetings to everyone here.
Please who have applied to Cambrian College or have idea of Cambrian college. I want to apply for a Graduate certificate but I need to confirm if they accept tuition deposit or if its a must that full first semester tuition be paid before you can apply for study permit.
I could not get the info in their website.
Help a brother please. Its urgent
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Awesome85(m): 11:23am On Aug 28, 2023
eldersir20:


You can use lemonade to convert from your naira to Canadian bank account. Other option is look for someone who has dollar and want naira. But you have to be careful with this option so you don’t get scammed or you are transferred bad money. Better you deal with someone you know when arrive in Canada or use first option


Thank you so much l appreciate you Sir/Ma
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Awesome85(m): 11:29am On Aug 28, 2023
Good morning my people l hail oooo!
How una dey now...

Please, someone should help me .
Which Nigeria bank dollar card is best to use in Canada .

Thanks you all
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Lekiboboe: 11:33am On Aug 28, 2023
jojomario:
Good evening nairalanders. Please I need your advice and options here.

I'm looking for DLI schools in Canada for my wife. She studied Guidance and counseling undergraduate level with 2.2.

I have been looking for alternative programes for her in Post Graduate Diploma programes because of the 2.2 barrier. I have been unable to see anyone for her.

Kindly assist me with alternative programes in PGD in Canadian schools. Please.

She can check out Post Graduate Certificate Programs in Canadian colleges in the program's below as they are kinda related to her degree:

Autism and behavioral science

Addictions and Mental Health

Community and Social Service Management

Public relations

Community and Health Services Navigation


She can pursue postgraduate studies in the programs mentioned above with a Bachelor's degree in Guidance and Counseling.

While her academic background may not be directly related to some of these programs, many colleges consider applicants from diverse educational backgrounds. However, she may need to demonstrate her interest and readiness for the chosen field in your application.

Here's how her Bachelor's degree aligns with the above programs:

1. Autism and Behavioral Science: Her background in Guidance and Counseling can be relevant here, especially if she has worked with students or individuals with special needs. She should highlight her experience working with diverse populations and your interest in understanding behavioral aspects.

2. Addictions and Mental Health: Her degree in Guidance and Counseling can be an asset, as it likely involved coursework related to mental health and counseling techniques. Her understanding of counseling principles can be beneficial in this field.

3. Community and Social Service Management: While not directly related, her degree could demonstrate her commitment to helping others and her understanding of community dynamics. She should highlight her counseling skills and any volunteer or work experience in community settings.

4. Public Relations: This field focuses on communication, and her background in Guidance and Counseling could translate into strong interpersonal and communication skills. Highlight any instances where she has interacted with diverse groups or provided guidance.

5. Community and Health Services Navigation: Her background in Guidance and Counseling could be valuable for navigating and advocating for individuals in need of health and community services. Her acadrmic experience in counseling can help her understand the needs of various individuals.

In her application via a COVER LETTER FOR ADMISSION, she should emphasize on her transferable skills, her motivation for entering these fields, and any relevant experiences she has, even if they weren't directly part of her Bachelor's degree program. Admissions committees in colleges often value diverse perspectives and backgrounds, so showcasing her unique skills and passions can make her application stand out.


PG. Cert programs in Guidance and Counselling related programs and Canadian Colleges Offering them
https://www.nairaland.com/6321900/canadian-student-visa-thread-part/204#98659478

PG. Cert program in Public Relations and Canadian Colleges Offering It
https://www.nairaland.com/6567181/canadian-student-visa-thread-part/399#103890193

Also Check out Cambrian College for their Public Relations Post Graduate Certificate program

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by evansp: 11:34am On Aug 28, 2023
Good morning everyone
Admission has not been given since 1st July I applied. More than 8weeks now. For january intake. Please what do I do?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Lekiboboe: 11:41am On Aug 28, 2023
jojomario:
Good evening nairalanders. Please I need your advice and options here.

I'm looking for DLI schools in Canada for my wife. She studied Guidance and counseling undergraduate level with 2.2.

I have been looking for alternative programes for her in Post Graduate Diploma programes because of the 2.2 barrier. I have been unable to see anyone for her.

Kindly assist me with alternative programes in PGD in Canadian schools. Please.

She can also consider Post Graduate Certificate in EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

There is a strong connection between Guidance and Counseling and Early Childhood Education, making your wife's transition between these fields quite feasible. Here's how the two fields are connected:

1. Child Development: Both fields require a deep understanding of child development. Guidance and Counseling encompasses understanding various stages of human development, and this knowledge can be directly applied to Early Childhood Education when working with young children.

2. Social and Emotional Well-being: Guidance and Counseling focuses on promoting social and emotional well-being, which is also crucial in Early Childhood Education. Supporting children's emotional growth and helping them develop positive social skills are vital aspects of both fields.

3. Communication Skills: Effective communication is central to both Guidance and Counseling and Early Childhood Education. Counselors need excellent communication skills to engage with individuals, while educators in early childhood settings need to communicate effectively with young children, parents, and colleagues.

4. Behavior Management: Both fields involve managing behavior in different contexts. In Guidance and Counseling, behavior management strategies are used to support individuals in overcoming challenges. In Early Childhood Education, educators use similar strategies to create a positive and structured learning environment.

5. Empathy and Active Listening: These skills are fundamental in Guidance and Counseling and are equally important when working with young children. Understanding their feelings and thoughts through active listening and showing empathy helps build trust and rapport.

6. Individualized Support: Guidance and Counseling often involves providing individualized support to help individuals achieve their potential. Similarly, in Early Childhood Education, educators tailor their approaches to meet the individual needs of each child.

7. Conflict Resolution: Conflict resolution skills are essential in both fields. Counselors help individuals resolve conflicts and develop effective communication skills, while Early Childhood Educators guide children in resolving conflicts and building positive relationships.

8. Creating a Supportive Environment: Both fields emphasize creating environments that promote well-being. Guidance and Counseling aims to create supportive spaces for individuals to explore their thoughts and feelings, while Early Childhood Educators create safe and nurturing learning environments for young children.


Your wife's background in Guidance and Counseling provides her with a strong foundation of skills that are directly applicable to working with young children in Early Childhood Education settings. Her understanding of human development, interpersonal skills, and empathy will serve her well in helping young children learn, grow, and thrive. She can use her counseling skills to create a positive impact on the emotional and social development of children in the early years.


Some colleges in Canada that offer postgraduate certificate programs in Early Childhood Education

1. Seneca College
2. Humber College
3. George Brown College
4. Centennial College
5. Sheridan College
6. Mohawk College
7. Conestoga College
8. Algonquin College
9. Fanshawe College
10. Durham College
11. Fleming College
12. Niagara College
13. Sault College
14. St. Lawrence College
15. Northern College
16. Lambton College
17. Cambrian College

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by jojomario(m): 11:59am On Aug 28, 2023
Lekiboboe:


She can also consider Post Graduate Certificate in EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

There is a strong connection between Guidance and Counseling and Early Childhood Education, making your wife's transition between these fields quite feasible. Here's how the two fields are connected:

1. Child Development: Both fields require a deep understanding of child development. Guidance and Counseling encompasses understanding various stages of human development, and this knowledge can be directly applied to Early Childhood Education when working with young children.

2. Social and Emotional Well-being: Guidance and Counseling focuses on promoting social and emotional well-being, which is also crucial in Early Childhood Education. Supporting children's emotional growth and helping them develop positive social skills are vital aspects of both fields.

3. Communication Skills: Effective communication is central to both Guidance and Counseling and Early Childhood Education. Counselors need excellent communication skills to engage with individuals, while educators in early childhood settings need to communicate effectively with young children, parents, and colleagues.

4. Behavior Management: Both fields involve managing behavior in different contexts. In Guidance and Counseling, behavior management strategies are used to support individuals in overcoming challenges. In Early Childhood Education, educators use similar strategies to create a positive and structured learning environment.

5. Empathy and Active Listening: These skills are fundamental in Guidance and Counseling and are equally important when working with young children. Understanding their feelings and thoughts through active listening and showing empathy helps build trust and rapport.

6. Individualized Support: Guidance and Counseling often involves providing individualized support to help individuals achieve their potential. Similarly, in Early Childhood Education, educators tailor their approaches to meet the individual needs of each child.

7. Conflict Resolution: Conflict resolution skills are essential in both fields. Counselors help individuals resolve conflicts and develop effective communication skills, while Early Childhood Educators guide children in resolving conflicts and building positive relationships.

8. Creating a Supportive Environment: Both fields emphasize creating environments that promote well-being. Guidance and Counseling aims to create supportive spaces for individuals to explore their thoughts and feelings, while Early Childhood Educators create safe and nurturing learning environments for young children.


Your wife's background in Guidance and Counseling provides her with a strong foundation of skills that are directly applicable to working with young children in Early Childhood Education settings. Her understanding of human development, interpersonal skills, and empathy will serve her well in helping young children learn, grow, and thrive. She can use her counseling skills to create a positive impact on the emotional and social development of children in the early years.


Some colleges in Canada that offer postgraduate certificate programs in Early Childhood Education

1. Seneca College
2. Humber College
3. George Brown College
4. Centennial College
5. Sheridan College
6. Mohawk College
7. Conestoga College
8. Algonquin College
9. Fanshawe College
10. Durham College
11. Fleming College
12. Niagara College
13. Sault College
14. St. Lawrence College
15. Northern College
16. Lambton College
17. Cambrian College

Thanks so much.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Lekiboboe: 12:02pm On Aug 28, 2023
ColdHunter:
Hello everyone,

Please I need clarification on how scholarships work.

I am a First Class Graduate Nursing student and want to apply for a n MSC in Canada through scholarships, but I'm a bit confused.

Do I need to get an admission first, pay my fees, before looking for a scholarship?

Or I can get a scholarship before applying for the program?

I ask because if I have to get admission and pay the school fees, does it mean the scholarship will reimburse me the scholarship value?

Also, can anyone be kind 3nough to recommend an affordable University for an MSC in nursing

You should find the contents below useful in your Hustle for Scholarships in Canadian Universities

Detailed Guide for Masters Degree holders who want to do a PH.D in Canada (fully-funded) also find attached Dr. Olumuyiwaayo's magic/jazz Academic CV & Cold Mail
https://www.nairaland.com/6567181/canadian-student-visa-thread-part/321#103487629

https://www.nairaland.com/6567181/canadian-student-visa-thread-part/649#105043322

Canadian Schools you can explore their Faculty Members (Profs.) and Cold mail if you see the one's your Research Interest or Interests aligns with
https://www.nairaland.com/7776621/canadian-student-visa-thread-part/86#125259969

Cold Mail Samples to Secure a Supervisor in a Canadian University (Open the link below scroll down the page to see more cold mail samples)
https://www.nairaland.com/6567181/canadian-student-visa-thread-part/103#102538464

Tips & Tricks on how to secure Fully-funded Graduate Opportunities in a RESEARCH GROUP - STEM & Non-STEM (With an over 75% Success Rate if you do your DUE DILIGENCE) in Canada, USA & other countries
https://www.nairaland.com/6719291/canadian-student-visa-thread-part/69#105460732

Facts about getting FULLY-FUNDED GRADUATE OPPORTUNITIES (VERY IMPORTANT)
https://www.nairaland.com/6719291/canadian-student-visa-thread-part/59#105424761

https://www.nairaland.com/6567181/canadian-student-visa-thread-part/175#102878887


YOU CAN WIDEN YOUR HORIZON for scholarship opportunities in Canadian Universities via this method

Good luck!!!

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by jojomario(m): 12:02pm On Aug 28, 2023
Lekiboboe:


She can check out Post Graduate Certificate Programs in Canadian colleges in the program's below as they are kinda related to her degree:

Autism and behavioral science

Addictions and Mental Health

Community and Social Service Management

Public relations

Community and Health Services Navigation


She can pursue postgraduate studies in the programs mentioned above with a Bachelor's degree in Guidance and Counseling.

While her academic background may not be directly related to some of these programs, many colleges consider applicants from diverse educational backgrounds. However, she may need to demonstrate her interest and readiness for the chosen field in your application.

Here's how her Bachelor's degree aligns with the above programs:

1. Autism and Behavioral Science: Her background in Guidance and Counseling can be relevant here, especially if she has worked with students or individuals with special needs. She should highlight her experience working with diverse populations and your interest in understanding behavioral aspects.

2. Addictions and Mental Health: Her degree in Guidance and Counseling can be an asset, as it likely involved coursework related to mental health and counseling techniques. Her understanding of counseling principles can be beneficial in this field.

3. Community and Social Service Management: While not directly related, her degree could demonstrate her commitment to helping others and her understanding of community dynamics. She should highlight her counseling skills and any volunteer or work experience in community settings.

4. Public Relations: This field focuses on communication, and her background in Guidance and Counseling could translate into strong interpersonal and communication skills. Highlight any instances where she has interacted with diverse groups or provided guidance.

5. Community and Health Services Navigation: Her background in Guidance and Counseling could be valuable for navigating and advocating for individuals in need of health and community services. Her acadrmic experience in counseling can help her understand the needs of various individuals.

In her application via a COVER LETTER FOR ADMISSION, she should emphasize on her transferable skills, her motivation for entering these fields, and any relevant experiences she has, even if they weren't directly part of her Bachelor's degree program. Admissions committees in colleges often value diverse perspectives and backgrounds, so showcasing her unique skills and passions can make her application stand out.


PG. Cert programs in Guidance and Counselling related programs and Canadian Colleges Offering them
https://www.nairaland.com/6321900/canadian-student-visa-thread-part/204#98659478

PG. Cert program in Public Relations and Canadian Colleges Offering It
https://www.nairaland.com/6567181/canadian-student-visa-thread-part/399#103890193

Also Check out Cambrian College for their Public Relations Post Graduate Certificate program
Thanks. You nailed it.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by ItzRay(m): 12:15pm On Aug 28, 2023
@justwise, @lekiboboe, @bullstriker and others please kindly help out.

ItzRay:
Good day house.

I want to sign up and create an account with the IRCC new Portal but its showing me to put an "invite code" and I don't have an invite code for it. Please how can I rectify this and continue with the account creation?
@everyone
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Gentlesoul3268: 12:46pm On Aug 28, 2023
Try and check your email address you used to registered

ItzRay:
@justwise, @lekiboboe, @bullstriker and others please kindly help out.

Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by kenoja(m): 1:46pm On Aug 28, 2023
Thank you for this. I know it's not exhaustive. Please help list documents required at the POE. Don't know ho to navigate in searching for it. Thanks

ubfacility:


At the point of entry they ask simple questions like
1. What you came to do in canada.
2. What school you will be attending.
3. The course you will be studying.
4. Whether you have made payment for your fees.
5. LOI, LOA and who is your sponsor.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Larryjam: 1:55pm On Aug 28, 2023
https://ircc.canada.ca/visit-visiter/en/get-account-ircc-portal/
Use this link to generate code and sign up.

quote author=ItzRay post=125413213]@justwise, @lekiboboe, @bullstriker and others please kindly help out.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Lavaqueen(f): 1:59pm On Aug 28, 2023
Pegzzyg:
Hello all,

Please, I am looking for schools in Ontario, (asides Conestoga college which is my option 1) Calgary, Alberta, Saskatchewan etc with tuition deposit of $500-$3000, any suggestions please? Been seeing 50% $10k etc from google search, any suggestions would be very appreciated! Intended course of study is Undergraduate diploma
Please, point me in the right direction

Mohawk college is 2200CAD
Kayano college is 750CAD
Saskatchewan is 0
Regina is 500

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