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We know how overwhelming it can be to learn about your new country while trying to prepare for school. By getting organized and making arrangements now, you can reduce the number of tasks that you need to complete when you arrive.
You are on: Prepare for School tabs
Where should you attend school? What will student life be like? How much does it cost to live in Canada? There are lots of online resources that can help you get a taste of student life in Canada and prepare for this exciting step. Better Student Life?
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Here are some things you can do now to help get your finances set up before you arrive in Canada and start school.
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Are you thinking of going to school in Canada? Many international students choose to study in Canada each year. Canadian universities are among the best in the world. Once you have been accepted at a school in Canada, you may apply for a study permit at the Canadian Embassy or at the Canadian Consulate General.
For a full listing of study permits and other entry requirements visit the government of Canada’s website .
Starting May 3, 2011 qualifying students from China applying to study in Canada can choose to submit fewer documents in support of their study permit application through RBC Royal Bank®. RBC is the only Canadian Financial Institution that is able to offer the Reduced Financial Documents Option through the “Beijing Student Partner Program GIC”. Please see program details below.
For a full listing of study permits and other entry requirements for Chinese students visit the government of Canada’s website .
Outside of North America
In Canada, we are known by our brand name RBC Royal Bank® – many people even shorten our name to RBC®. Here are a few more interesting things about us:
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