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Admissions & Student Visa Guidance

Admissions

As the first step of Admission processing, we evaluate your qualifications and experience to verify that you are eligible to apply for the admission as well as your financial capacity to pay the tuition fees in full, sufficient to fund to stay in Canada or USA during your study time. We provide assistance in proper Visa documentation in order to get the Canada study permit or US F1 Visa for the applicant.

Student Visa Guidance

More than 2,50,000 international students come to Canada and USA every year. This does not include people studying French or English as a second language. Foreign students bring a rich culture to the classrooms of Canada and USA. The provinces regulate schools in Canada where as US has various governing bodies to administer the Colleges and Universities. For more details about US study programs, refer the URL Study in USA.

In Canada, the provinces are also in charge of health care and medical services. Contact the school where you want to study for more information on living and studying in Canada.

Students are encouraged to apply for a study permit (Student Visa) before you come to Canada if you are planning to continue on your studies in another program after the short program. This will allow you to apply for your new program from within Canada . Otherwise, you will have to apply to a Canadian visa office abroad.

Most foreign students will need a permit to study in Canada . If you wish to study in Quebec you will also need to apply to Quebec.

Before you come to study in Canada you will need

  • A letter of acceptance from the school of your choice
  • Proof that you have enough money to pay school fees and live near the school
  • To establish that you will return home at the end of your studies
  • To pass a medical exam if needed
  • To qualify as a temporary resident in Canada , including a temporary resident visa if needed

Visa Requirements

International applicants are required to provide all of the same criteria as Certificate or Diploma applicants with the following additions and considerations :

  • Transcripts must be translated to English and certified true copies
  • The applicant is responsible for acquiring a Canadian Student Visa. (contact the Canadian Consulate or Immigration Canada for specific requirements)
  • Tuition for the program must be paid in full to receive the formal acceptance letter
  • Applicants must have an acceptable command of the English language (both oral and written). English Second Language (ESL) courses are available through the College.
  • To qualify as a temporary resident in Canada , including a temporary resident visa if needed
  • »    Only full time studies qualify for student visa applications.
  • »    English fluency certification may be accepted with a telephone interview with the school.
  • »    A student visa does not permit the student to work in Canada while studying.

Admission Process

1. If you are arriving from Country or Territory Whose Citizens Require Visas in Order to Enter Canada as Visitors, or if you are intending on studying for a period longer than 6 months,
Please follow this link to see the listed countries www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas.html

Then you must :

  • Submit CAD $100 with your application form ( Download )
  • Pay the tuition fees prior to receiving an Acceptance Letter
  • Apply to a Canadian Embassy for a Visa

If you arriving from a Country or Territory Whose Citizens Do Not Require Visas in Order to Enter Canada as Visitors and are going to be studying for less than 6 months,

Then you must :

  • Submit CAD $100 with your application form ( Download ), Pay your tuition fees no later than 30 before the classes commence.

When you apply for your Study Permit, be sure to bring the following required documentation : Offer of admission to the College and information about the expected time needed to complete the program.

Evidence of adequate funds (cost of tuition plus at least $10,000 per year for single students; an additional $4,000 with spouse; $3,000 for each additional dependent Note: although these amounts may be sufficient to obtain a Study Permit, most students find that they do not sufficiently cover the cost of living in Toronto.)

Return ticket or evidence that funds will be available for that purpose

Depending on your country of residence, you may be required to undergo a health examination. The immigration officer will issue a document for medical clearance which must be completed and returned.

When all the required documents have been processed, Canadian Immigration authorities will issue a Temporary Resident Visa (if required) and a Study Permit or Letter of Introduction.

If you are given a Letter of Introduction, you should give this to the Immigration Officer when you enter Canada. You will then be issued a Study Permit. In most cases, the Study Permit will be valid for the duration of your academic program, and it should specify the level of study but not the specific university.

Accompanying Spouse and Children
If your spouse and children accompany you, you must apply for their immigration documents at the same time. If your child/children will be attending school, apply for a Study Permit for them. A letter of admission from the school is not required. If your spouse intends to work in Canada, you may apply for a Work Permit for him/her at the same time.

Apply Early !
Receiving a Study Permit can be very time-consuming, particularly because of the time required for medical clearance. Therefore, be sure to apply for a Study Permit as soon as you receive notification of your acceptance from the University.

Extending Your Study Permit
Know when your Study Permit will expire. If your studies require you to remain in Canada beyond the expiry date, you must obtain an extension to your Study Permit before it expires. Apply for an extension at least one month before the expiry date.

New Temporary Resident Visa (Entry Visa)
If your Temporary Resident Visa (entry visa) has expired and you need a new Temporary Resident Visa, you must apply outside of Canada. You may apply for this from the Canadian Consulate in Buffalo by mailing your passport and other documents. Normally, a multiple-entry visa is issued with the same expiry date as your Study Permit.

Working in Canada
One of the conditions governing your entry into Canada is evidence of sufficient funds to cover all expenses. In assessing this, immigration officials do not take into account the possibility that you or your spouse may find work here. While you may be able to find a job and be given permission to accept it, you should not depend on financing your studies and living expenses by working in Canada alone.

Permanent Resident Status (Landed Immigrant )
It is not normally possible to change one's status to Permanent Resident/Landed Immigrant inside Canada. Applications are accepted only at embassies and consulates outside Canada and the process is very time-consuming. If you are about to come to Canada to study, it is recommended that you first come on a Study Permit. Applying for Permanent Resident Status could delay the beginning of your studies.

More Information for International Students in Canada
The Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) has some useful information for international students planning to study in Canada, including details about immigration as well as awards for study in Canada.
Visit CBIE through the following web link : CBIE

Medical Insurance
Although students can buy medical insurance in Canada, it is strongly recommended that students obtain medical insurance in their own countries before arriving in Canad

Airport Pick up & Home Stay

Airport Pick up

Airport Pickup Service – for a small fee, we will arrange to pick you up at the Pearson Intenational airport, Toronto upon arrival. Your arrival and first days in Canada are very important and we encourage you to use our pick-up service. A member of the college staff or your Homestay family will personally meet you at the Toronto airport and take you to your new home. We will be able to answer any questions you have and help make your first days in Canada very comfortable. This service is provided for a nominal fee of $100 Cdn.

Home Stay

FAIR FUTURE has established a Homestay Program which carefully interviews and selects each of the Homestay families to ensure that students will be comfortable and welcome in a friendly, caring home.

Homestay is an integral part of a student’s stay in Canada, and our Homestay families are expected to include students in their family life as often as possible. By joining in family activities, students will continue to learn outside the classroom. In some families, there may be more than one student, but not from the same language group.

What students get from the Homestay Program are the following :

  • A private bedroom, furnished with a desk and study lamp
  • Two meals per day (breakfast and dinner)
  • Shared washroom and access to laundry facilities
  • A friendly atmosphere where they can practice speaking English


Convenient location to transportation

The Homestay schedule follows the school calendar. Students may choose to arrive anytime from the Friday before their class starts and stay through until the Sunday after class ends. Any nights outside of these days will be charged extra at the daily rate.

Off-campus Housing

Many International students live off-campus. The Housing Service has a listing of rooms, apartments, and houses which are available for students to rent. Since this type of accommodation is not inspected by the Housing Service, the quality cannot be estimated or guranteed. Therefore, it is very important for students to meet with the owner and inspect the premises before entering into any agreements. Contact the Housing Service for a list of independent residences which are not connected to our Colleges but which are close to the campus.

A variety of accommodation is available in Toronto. Your choice will depend on personal preference and needs and on the amount of money you wish to spend. Off-campus single rooms with shared kitchen and bathroom cost an average of $400 to $600 per month. A bachelor apartment (one room with a private kitchen and a bathroom) costs approximately $600-750. per month. A one bedroom apartment would be approximately $700-1,000 per month and a two bedroom apartment costs approximately $1,100-1,400 per month. Please note, however, that these ranges are subject to change, as rents in Toronto have been increasing over the past year.

The Housing Service and the International Student Centre of the College cannot make any arrangements or reservations for permanent accommodation on your behalf, but staff and volunteers will be pleased to assist you when you arrive in Toronto. You can find housing available within 45 minutes of the campus and within the above price guidelines.



Temporary Accommodation

The city of Toronto hosts many special events and, as a result, temporary accomodation can sometimes be hard to find, especially in late August and early September. For this reason, we suggest that you try to arrive before August 24th. You may also wish to call or write one of the accomodations listed below to make a reservation (a credit card will be required to guarantee it). Students whose family will be accompanying them are strongly advised to make advance reservations in a hotel as the University residences and many guest houses are not appropriate for children.

FAIR FUTURE can also assist you on your arrival to make arrangements for temporary accommodation in Youth residence (until late August) or a nearby rooming house. The cost is approximately $40 - 60 per night.

The Housing Service of FAIR FUTURE can send you a list of reasonably priced guest houses and Bed & Breakfasts near Downtown Toronto.

Please refer the followings for contact information and additional details:

  • From $60.00/night (single), From $70.00/night (double)
  • Homewood Inn
  • 65 Homewood Ave.
  • Toronto, Ontario
  • M4Y 2K1
  • Tel - 416- 920-7944
  • from $56-$66/night (single), $66-$$76/night (double)
  • Global Guest House
  • 9 Spadina Road
  • Toronto, Ontario
  • M5R 2S9
  • Tel: 416-923-4004
  • Fax: 416-923-1208
  • email : singer@inforamp.net
  • $25.00/night (shared room),includes breakfast; $60.00/night (shared)
  • Global Village Backpackers
  • 460 King Street West
  • Toronto, Ontario
  • M5V 1L7
  • Tel: 416-703-8540
  • Fax: 416-703-3887
  • email : gvbp@interlog.com
  • From $119.00/night (with U of T identification)
  • Howard Johnson Inn
  • 89 Avenue Road
  • Toronto, Ontario
  • M5R 2G3
  • Tel: 416-964-1220
  • Fax: 416-964-8692

Note: Rates are effective February, 2000 and are subject to change.

Fair Future Student – Follow up Services

Fair Future is committed in seeing that all our students are becoming successful in their new life in Canada. For this we have several programs to monitor that whether our students are in the correct path after reaching Canada. As an International Company for Education Services in Canada, we support and promote the present and future well-being of our students. We enhance student development and success through innovative programs, services and partnerships. We help to create a community that is accessible to all, one where diversity is celebrated and good citizenship is valued. We strive to ensure student success by providing services and programs that are integral to the academic mission of our Institutes and by utilizing and developing our expertise as Student Service professionals. We aim to contribute to a superior quality of student life and an outstanding learning experience for all students.

Guiding Principles and Values

  • We support and encourage students and alumni as active participants in their learning.
  • We value learning that occurs both inside and outside the classroom
  • We respect the individuality and dignity of each person`
  • We uphold academic integrity, ethical conduct and freedom of expression
  • We engage students in decision-making
  • We recognize and celebrate student achievements
  • We encourage volunteerism, community involvement and global citizenship
  • We promote diversity and inclusiveness
  • We strive to make the University accessible by being proactive in the design and delivery of programs and services
  • We prepare students to be self-advocates and challenge them to reach their potential.
  • We create an environment that is conducive to academic, social, cultural, personal and spiritual development
  • We support the physical, psychological, and emotional well-being of students
  • We demonstrate institutional agility and a responsiveness to change
  • We build and maintain productive relationships with others who share a commitment to the achievement of the Fair Future’s vision and goals
  • We foster partnerships that enhance student engagement.
  • We listen, respond and collaborate
  • We continually learn and improve on what we do

Goals

  • Enrolment and Retention
  • Access and Diversity
  • Advocacy, Responsibility and Engagement
  • Academic, Career and Life Planning
  • Community and Citizenship
  • Internationalization
  • Teamwork, Collaboration and Professional Development

Advocacy, Responsibility and Engagement :

  • Prepare students to be self-advocates and to be responsible for their own learning
  • Expand experiential opportunities to develop personal, interpersonal and leadership skills.
  • Promote cultural, recreational, social and athletic opportunities to students
  • Reach students at risk through innovative interventions.
  • Research and assess student engagement and satisfaction by using reports and survey results.
  • Continue to establish student event risk management policies and procedures.

Academic, Career and Life Planning :

  • Engage students in meaningful co-curricular programs and activities that will enhance their learning and assist with transition to University/College.
  • Partner with faculties in offering academic support and career planning
  • Further use technology and research to inform and enhance student service practices
  • Diversify support services to include graduate students
  • Design and deliver academic integrity initiatives
  • Highlight the value of undergraduate and graduate research
  • Pursue internationalization and expand student mobility programs.
  • Provide leadership in establishing a learning commons and peer programs
  • Support students and alumni in their transition from University/College and secure their ongoing commitment to Institute.
  • Celebrate and acknowledge the achievements of our students and alumni

Community and Citizenship :

  • Create and sustain connections with the region of Toronto through community relations and partnerships
  • Promote volunteerism in the community
  • Use the media to enhance our institutional profile
  • Explore opportunities for service learning

Internationalization

  • Work towards the Long Range Planning Recommendation that at least 10% of full-time undergraduate students participate in some form of international experience
  • Achieve international enrolment targets for undergraduate and graduate students
  • Support the development of an internationalization strategic plan for the institution.

Teamwork, Collaboration and Professional Development

  • Involve all Student Services staff in strategic planning and make effective use of the Performance Review and Planning tool.
  • Involve all student services staff in professional development activities.
  • Ensure ongoing professional development for all directors/managers, as well as succession planning.
  • Communicate and collaborate amongst student services and with academic and administrative departments
  • Initiate and support plans for a University Centre to integrate and consolidate services for students.

Job Searching for International Students

Find a job in Canada! Learn about effective skills needed for increasing your success to obtain employment in this country.


Resumes and Cover Letters for International Students

Get ready to enter the Canadian workforce! Good resumes and cover letters provide the opportunity to obtain job interviews. We have tie-ups with leading Canadian non-profit Organizations who will teach you what you need to know to write a good Canadian resume and cover letter.

Understanding Canadian Culture & Employment

Countries have their unique ways of behaving and interacting. Our tie-ups will help our students to understand Canadian customs as it relates to the work environment. They provide workshops will be of particular interest to students new to Canada or unfamiliar with employment practices here in this country.
We understand the fact that the International Students coming to Canada need various kinds of supporting systems inorder to build their new life in Canada. For this we have made several arrangements with different Canadian Government funded independent non-profit making organizations to help our students to get training in programs like Canadian Job search skills development, Canadian style Resume Building, Facing Interviews, Computer training, English spoken language training, Training for women program etc.. Through these organizations our students can avail excellent services by paying nothing.

The following services are offered for free:

Information & Resource Services — IRS

Self directed labour market resource centre.

  • Job search strategies
  • Local employment & training opportunities information
  • Employment related workshops
  • Employers post employment opportunities
  • Job fairs
  • Specialized information targeted to specific occupation
  • Canadian workplace cultural orientation sessions for new immigrants & employers


Employment Planning & Preparation — EPP


  • Structured service to help individuals in planning and conducting job search – employment counselling and support
  • Structured service for potential employers – prescreening of potential employees based on needs identified in job postings or advertisement


Job Development Placement Support — JDPS


  • Matching employers with the right individuals based on skills and abilities
  • Individuals get the chance to develop their skills and gain work experience through: job trials, volunteer placements, job shadowing, subsidized on-the-job training pportunities, and direct employment placements

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