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How to write Study plan for Canada?

Canada Study Visa

“Study Plan”is very important when applying for your Canada study visa.Study plan outlines why you wish to study in Canada. Following are some of the questions you need to answer when you are writing your study plan.Your study plan should be of one page which answer the following questions and include other relevant information to process your application.

1. Why do you want to study in Canada?

To answer this question you need to explain why do you want to study in Canada.What makes Canada so special to you?It is always better to list some of the reasons you are attracted to study in Canada.You may.You may include how Canada has well known education system and its qualification are recognised all across the globe.Canada is known for its multicultural society.You can say how you are excited to experience this new country and it’s culture.

2. What is your educational goal?

When you decide to go abroad to pursue your higher education!Explain what is your educational goal?Whether it is to continue your education directly after high school or is it because you want to expand your knowledge with a master or post graduate degree.Write about your field of study that you are interested to study in Canada and why did you choose this field.Explain how continuing your education in Canada will further your career in your home country. Then you will know if your plans to continue your education meet up with you career goals. Explain why studying abroad in Canada will help you successfully reach your educational goals.

3. Why are you not studying similar program in your country of residence?

Canadian educational qualification and education system are well known and valued all over the world.Explain how you want to come to Canada to improve your education and continue learning by studying abroad.May be schools in your country do not offer the same course and you found the perfect program in Canada.Maybe there are not any college or universities in your country that offer the programs you are interested in. Talk about the research you have done to see whether or not this specific program you are interested in is provided in your country or not.

4. What research have you done into studies in your country of residence or of citizenship?

Talk about the different schools and programs that are available to you in your country. Your country may have some of the same programs available in Canada. So you will want to explain why you are choosing Canada over staying in your home country to study. Canada may have different programs available then your home country. You may want to discuss the differences between the education in your home country compared to the education you could get in Canada.

5. How will this program improve your employment opportunities in your country of residence?

Discuss what job positions you have researched in your country. You may have found a job in your country that you are really interested in, but you do not have the required education to be able to work that specific job. So you can discuss how continuing your education in Canada will prepare you for this job position in your home country. If you know of a job in your country but you are unqualified, state how after you get an education in Canada that you will be able to apply to this job, when you return to your home country.

6. What ties do you have to your country of residence or of citizenship?

For this question explain whether or not you have family in your country. You will state if you have children, a family, and if you are married to someone in your country of residence.

7.Provide details of your education history.

Here you will write all the different schools you have attended up until this point in time. You need to state the start and end dates of your education. Provide the full name and address of each school you have attended. Also state the programs you have completed if you have already completed a college/ university course.

You will want to explain your work history as well. State any jobs that you have had, and how these may possibly help you with your studies.

You will want to end your letter by summarising your educational goals and reasons why you want to study in Canada. Also make sure that you thank the person that you are writing to.We hope this posts makes it a bit easier when you start to write your study plan letter.

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