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International Students – Things to consider before you plan your travel to Canada

International students may enter Canada for the purposes of pursuing primary or secondary school curriculum or a program of post-secondary study that has been confirmed by a province or territory as ready to safely host international students subject to conditions set out in the Quarantine Act, and Emergency Orders: Minimizing the Risk of Exposure to COVID-19 in Canada Order (Mandatory Isolation) and Minimizing the Risk of Exposure to COVID-19 in Canada Order (Prohibition of Entry into Canada from the United States). The list of provincial or territorial approved institutions will be published on the IRCC website and international students are encouraged to verify that their institutions are on that list prior to travelling to Canada. International students are required to hold a study permit or study permit approval, noting that a study permit alone is not a travel authorization and the international student must attend a DLI that a province or territory has determined as having appropriate measures in place to ensure students can meet the obligation under the Quarantine Act with respect to mandatory isolation or quarantine.

The list of designated learning institutions with approved #COVID19 readiness plans has been updated and the link is attached herewith. Learn More

The student must have received the passport stamp to travel to Canada, have their health check up done, shows no symptoms of COVID-19, and their college must be listed on the approved readiness plan list.