1. RESEARCH - watch vlogs, join groups on Facebook about the Student Pathway in Canada -I personally recommend watching the vlogs of RRDANCEL, SLE - Study Live Explore Canada, Sarkie and Eileen. They have very informative videos -dm me for the groups sa fb :))

Doing research is very important! Dito mo macconclude if gusto mo ba talaga ipursue ang pag aaral sa Canada. Student Pathway is the easiest and fastest way to go to Canada BUT it is also the MOST EXPENSIVE pathway. You can Do-it-Yourself, hire an agency/consultant --

w/c is very expensive or do it like me na FREE assistance sa Agency. I did not pay for anything as in! Unless need talaga :) but the downside sa free agencies ay there is no spoonfeeding. According sa mga nag bayad sa mga agencies same lang naman daw ang may bayad at free😆😆

You need to research about the ff (for me, in order to:) • What province? -> consider the cost of living, weather, or if may relatives na nakatira doon •Find a school sa chosen province mo. -> TF of International students ay 3x sa TF ng domestic :) -> choose a program--

that is connected with your degree or career average tf is $15-17k per year BUT there are schools na mas mababa pa dyan ang tuition fee as for my case, ang tuition ko for 1 yr ay $17k+ (approx P765k per yr/ 380k per sem in peso) sa Toronto to kaya mahal🥲🥲

if you want to become a Permanent Resident in the future, you have to consider these things •length of your program 1 yr = 1 year Post Graduate Work Permit 2 yrs program = 3-5 yrs PGWP (ave. 3 yrs) this is important bcoz in order to become a PR, you must have 1 yr work exp--

inside Canada. PGWP is a work permit after studying :)) Pag 1 yr program lang, magagahol ka sa oras. Pag di ka naging PR in a year, you no longer have any status. Uuwi ka ng luhaan🥲 So other people choose 2 yrs program 'coz 3 yrs is enough to obtain ur goalz

2. Make sure that you have the FINANCIAL CAPABILITY to study and live in Canada 🤑🤑 •Your family/relatives/friends/anyone can sponsor your study as long as they're willing to provide a notarized affidavit of support, 6months bank statements,bank cert, ITR,COE,Payslip and etc

You have to show the embassy your proof of funds (afaik 1 year dapat ) • must be liquidated funds (can be converted sa cash anytime) Hanap lang ng willing magsponsor hehe🤗

Eto yung requirements para makakuha ng LOA (Letter of Acceptance) sa school •sa paghahanap ko ng school I made sure that the school doesn't require IELTS •sa school ko, Certificate lang na English ang way ng pagtuturo oks na💖

These are my expenses here in the PH and also the requirements for visa processing •updated resume - nasama lang😆

An international student can only work for 20hrs per week but during scheduled or official academic break, you can work full time :))))

Questions (uunahan ko na kayo 😆) •Kailangan ba matalino ako para maging IS sa Canada? > No. However, I think need mo maging masipag mag aral. MAHAL ANG TUITION BES • Bawal ba ang nagkabagsak? > pede. I have a failed subj during college • Pede ba HS grad? >YES :)

• Enough ba ang sahod sa part time job para mabayaran ang tuition fee? > sadly, No. Ang sahod sa part time ay enough lang for your bills and groceries :(( unless you have your live in partner or spouse because they can work for full time.

• Are there scholarships? > very rare. Canada expects that u can afford living and studying there so halos wala daw full scholarships. > yung school ng ate ko may $7k scholarship dahil lang southeast asian siya 😆 > sa school ko wala 😆

Note: You have to defend yourself well sa statement of purpose mo. Sometimes, it is a disadvantage to be a licensed professional, mga nag graduate ng masteral or PhD kasi halos downgrade talaga ang program na kukunin mo sa 🇨🇦 but! Just explain well and do ur best to defend ur SOP

Ayern lang, if u have any questions just DM me💖 but please be patient with me 'coz I rarely use twitter na :(( thank you! Note: everything that I said were based on research and personal experiences💖

TIPS ✨You have more chances of getting approved if you are a fresh grad of SHS or college because you're young. You also don't have to provide your own bank details because it is understandable na wala ka pang sariling pera but just make sure na enough funds ni sponsor :))

- 25yrs old and below (or 30yrs old and below) yung alam kong okay lang na walang sariling bank statement BUT! madami ding nag aapply na may asawa or live in partner na fully sponsored. as long as your sponsor has more than enough funds then you're good✨

You are never too late to study! Andami kong kabatch na 35-40+ years old!!! hehe kokonti nga ata naming bata. So don't be afraid to take a risk. Start a new life. Don't be afraid to get out of your comfort zone✨

TIP AGAIN HEHE 900k - 1.5M in peso ang dapat na proof of fund if you're going to Canada alone :)) mas malaki, mas okeeeyyy

Sa mga curious sa gastos ko dito sa PH: 2,650 lang nilagay ko for TF kasi yan lang pinasa ko nung nag lodge/submit ako ng documents for visa😅 pero fully paid na ako sa TF atm -> pero gastos yan ng sponsor ko so I don't really consider that as gastos ko :))

My airfare is 76k (naging 80k+ dahil sa bank charges) Hindi ako nainform na mahal pal tickets during August to September hayszt anw, once you get approved u have to pay for travel and health insurance, and travel tax mapapasabi kana lang ng masasamang words

anyway, I got approved in just 27 DAYS✨ I told ya this is the easiest pathway to go to Canada. Nakakaiyak yung gastos pero magiging worth it din ang lahat after u graduate😌 I'll see u all in Canada🇨🇦❄️🥳💖

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