Service

Services:

  • PNP
  • CEC
  • Visit on business
  • Study Permit
  • LMO (Labour Market Opinion Basics)
  • Student Work Permit
  • Temporary Resident VISA
  • Visitor
  • Homestay and Guardian
  • The Canadian school application

PNP

Provincial nominees
Starting July 1, 2012 – most Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) applicants to semi- or low-skilled professions will need language testing. This test will show whether your skills meet a minimum standard in each of these four categories: listening, speaking, reading and writing.
This does not apply if you are a temporary foreign worker in a NOC C & D occupation, and who enter Canada on or before July 1, 2012, and are nominated by an employer under the PNP streams by July 1, 2013.

Persons who immigrate to Canada under the Provincial Nominee Program have the skills, education and work experience needed to make an immediate economic contribution to the province or territory that nominates them. They are ready to establish themselves successfully as permanent residents in Canada.
To apply under the Provincial Nominee Program, applicants must be nominated by a Canadian province or territory.
Here is a list of the provinces and territories currently participating in this program. Since the criteria vary among the provinces, you should visit their websites for more information.

  • Alberta
  • Manitoba
  • Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Ontario
  • Saskatchewan
  • British Columbia
  • New Brunswick
  • Nova Scotia
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Yukon
  • Northwest Territories

After you have been nominated by a province or territory, you have to make a separate application to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) for permanent residence. ACIC officer will then assess your application based on Canadian immigration regulations.

CEC

Canadian Experience Class
If you are a temporary foreign worker or a foreign student who graduated in Canada, you often have the qualities to make a successful transition from temporary to permanent residence. You are familiar with Canadian society and can contribute to the Canadian economy. You should have knowledge of English or French and qualifying work experience.
You must meet these minimum requirements to apply for permanent residence under the Canadian Experience Class. You must:

  • plan to live outside the province of Quebec
  • be either:
  • o a temporary foreign worker with at least two years of full-time (or equivalent) skilled work experience in Canada, or
    o a foreign graduate from a Canadian post-secondary institution with at least one year of full-time (or equivalent) skilled work experience in Canada

  • have gained your experience in Canada with the proper work or study authorization
  • apply while working in Canada – or – within one year of leaving your job in Canada
  • IELTS

According to the Canadian National Occupational Classification (NOC), skilled work experience means:

  • Skill Type 0 (managerial occupations) or
  • Skill Level A (professional occupations) or
  • Skill Level B (technical occupations and skilled trades)
Your work experience must be Skill Type 0, or Skill Level A or B on the NOC.
The NOC is a classification system for jobs in the Canadian economy. It describes duties, skills, educational requirements and work settings for occupations in Canada

Temporary works:
As a temporary foreign worker, you must have two years of full-time (or equivalent) work experience in Canada. Your work experience must be gained within three years of applying.
Full-time work experience means working at least 37.5 paid hours per week.
Graduate students:

Education
Education is only assessed if you are applying as a graduate of a Canadian post-secondary educational institution.
Note: English- or French-as-a-second- language courses do not count toward education requirements under the Canadian Experience Class.

Work experience
You must have one year of full-time (or equivalent) work experience in Canada after graduation. Your work experience must be gained within two years of applying.
To ensure that you can apply for permanent residence under the Canadian Experience Class, at least one year of work experience under the permit must be at Skill Type 0, or Skill Level A or B under the National Occupational Classification (NOC).
FAQ:
I meet the requirements to apply under the Canadian Experience Class but have since returned to my home country. Am I eligible to apply under the Canadian Experience Class?
Yes, but you must apply within one year of leaving your job in Canada. If you left your job more than one year ago, your work experience is not recent and does not meet the requirement.
Does part-time work experience count toward meeting the requirements for work experience?
Yes, but it will take you longer to accumulate the amount of hours necessary to apply than an applicant who has worked full-time.
I want to apply as a graduate. Can part-time work experience during my full-time studies in Canada be counted toward the one-year requirement?
No. Your work experience must be gained after graduation
It says that English- or French-as-a-second-language courses do not count toward education requirements under the Canadian Experience Class. Can my education be counted if there is a second language component?
Yes, but the second language component must account for less than half of the course load.
I have a one-year master’s degree (or one-year certificate) from a Canadian post-secondary educational institution. Am I eligible to apply for permanent residence under the Canadian Experience Class?
Anyone accepted as a permanent resident under the Canadian Experience Class (based on their studies) has to have studied in Canada for at least two years.
Normally, this means you graduated with a Canadian post-secondary credential that requires at least two academic years of study, but there is one exception.
If you completed a one-year master’s (certificates and diplomas do not count with this exception), you would be eligible if you earned it after completing another program of at least one academic year in Canada. Both credentials must be obtained from a post-secondary institution recognized by the province. Each program must be completed within two years of each other.
If I don’t have a total of two years of Canadian post-secondary education, are there any other options to apply to stay permanently under the Canadian Experience Class?
No. However, if you do not meet the requirements to apply as a graduate, you can position yourself to apply as a skilled temporary foreign worker. To do this, you must gain two years of skilled work experience.
Having completed a one-year post-secondary educational program in Canada, you qualify for a one-year open work permit under the Post-Graduation Work Permit program. You may use this permit to gain your first year of skilled work experience. This may lead to other employment opportunities toward gaining your second year. An employer may need to sponsor you for employment beyond your first year.
If I have already submitted an application for permanent residence as a skilled worker (the traditional way to apply), can I still apply under this category?
Yes, but applicants are required to submit a new application with new fees.
If CIC has not started processing the skilled worker application, the applicant could withdraw it and may be entitled to a refund.
It is not forbidden to apply simultaneously with two different streams of the Economic Class.
However, the applicant will have to choose under which one the permanent resident status will be granted.
Canada has agreements with several countries to allow their citizens to work in Canada temporarily on a working holiday. If part or all of my work experience in Canada was gained under such working holiday programs, can it be counted toward the work experience requirement in the Canadian Experience Class?
Yes — However, your work experience must still be classified as NOC 0, A or B under the National Occupational Classification system.

Visit on business

Every year, thousands of international business people come to Canada to do business with Canadian companies. There are requirements you must meet to be allowed into Canada. This information will help you avoid problems that can affect your business plans.

Study Permit

Study Permit
If you want to renew your study permit, you must apply before the permit expires. If your study permit has expired, you must leave Canada. In some cases, you may be able to apply for restoration of status. However, you are not allowed to study until your status has been restored.
Checklist for renew study permit:

  • Passport
  • Study permit
  • Bank statement
  • School enrollment letter
  • Tuition fee amount
  • Two term transcript
  • 35mm*45mm Photo
  • Application fee
*Some restrictions apply
If you are under 19 years old, you should have custodian form from Notary Public, or contact us for detail.

Restoring Status
In some cases, you may apply to restore your status as a student within 90 days of losing it. You may only apply if you have continued to meet the requirements under which you were allowed to enter and stay in Canada and you have met all the conditions imposed on your permit.
After you apply to restore your status, you may stay in Canada until a decision is made on your application but you are not allowed to study until your status has been restored.
There is no guarantee that your application to restore your status will be accepted. On your application, you must provide full details of all the facts and circumstances that caused you to lose your status.
In addition to a fee for renewing your study permit, there is also a fee for restoring your status. The fee is required for each family member who has lost status.
An officer will evaluate your request for restoration of status and will process an application for a study permit. Citizenship and Immigration Canada will advise you of any further action to be taken.

FAQ:

Do I need a study permit to study in Canada?
In most cases, you must obtain a study permit if you want to study in Canada.
Exceptions: You do not need a study permit if you plan to take a course or program in Canada that lasts six months or less. You must complete the course or program within the period authorized for your stay in Canada.
How do I apply to study in Canada?
You must have a letter of acceptance from a school, college, university or other educational institution in Canada before you can apply for a study permit.
When should I apply for my study permit?
You should apply as soon as you receive your letter of acceptance from the educational institution. The time needed to process an application to study in Canada may be different at various visa offices.
How do I get information on studying in Quebec?
To study in Quebec, you first need to get a Certificat d’acceptation du Québec (certificate of acceptance) from the province of Quebec. Then you can apply for a study permit from Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
How do I get a copy of a lost study permit?
If you lose any immigration document issued by the Government of Canada, you can get it replaced. You must complete an application and pay a fee.
I am already in Canada and have a valid study permit. I would like to change my school or program of studies. What do I need to do to modify my study permit?
If you are changing schools and/or your program of study but remain at the same level (e.g., secondary level), you do not need to modify your study permit.
However, if for example you are a student at the primary school level and you are moving on to secondary school, or if you are a secondary school student and you are moving on to post-secondary studies, or if you are moving from post-secondary studies to secondary studies, you need to submit an application to modify your study permit at the Citizenship and Immigration Canada Case Processing Centre in Vegreville, Alberta.

LMO (Labour Market Opinion Basics)

As an employer, you may need to apply for a Labour Market Opinion (LMO) before you can hire a foreign worker or get pre-approval to hire a large number of workers.
A positive Labour Market Opinion will show that there is a need for the foreign worker to fill the job you offer and that there is no Canadian worker available to do the job.

Student Work Permit

Student Work Permit Working on campus
You may work on campus at the institution where you study without a work permit if
You are a full-time student at:

  • A public post-secondary institution
  • A Canadian private institution authorizated by provincial statute to confer degrees (eg: Alexander College, Fraser International College etc.)
And also you have a valid study permit

Working off campus
The Off-Campus Work Permit Program allows certain foreign students to work off campus while completing their studies. To qualify, you must be a full-time student enrolled at a participating publicly funded post-secondary educational institution or in an approved program at an eligible privately funded institution.
To work off campus, you must apply for a work permit. Do not begin to work off campus until you have received your work permit. The work permit authorizes you to work up to 20 hours per week during regular academic sessions, and full time during scheduled breaks (for example, winter and summer holidays, and spring break).
If you are no longer a full-time student or do not maintain satisfactory academic results, you must return your work permit to a local Citizenship and Immigration Canada office.
Participating institutions:
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/institutions/participants.asp
To be eligible for a work permit, you must meet the following conditions:

  • You must have a valid study permit.
  • have maintained a satisfactory academic standing;
  • have studied full-time for at least six months out of the 12 months preceding their application;
Checklist for off-campus work permit:
  • Passport
  • Study permit
  • School name
  • Program name
  • Student ID number
  • Photo
  • Photo
  • Application fee
  • Marriage Status
*Some restrictions apply

FAQ:
If I receive an off-campus work permit for how long is it valid?
Your work permit will generally be valid for the same period as your study permit. It will allow you to work off campus until you complete your studies, as long as you still comply with the program requirements and with the conditions of both your work permit and study permit.
If I am eligible and the institution where I study is participating in the program, can I apply for a job off campus right away, or do I have to wait until I receive my off-campus work permit?
You can apply for a job right away, but you cannot legally work off campus in Canada until you receive an off-campus work permit. If you begin to work off campus before you receive an off-campus work permit, you could become ineligible to participate in the Off-Campus Work Permit Program. It is illegal for you to work in Canada without a valid work permit.
Are there any restrictions on where I can work or the type of job that I can apply for under the Off-Campus Work Program?
You will be able to work anywhere in Canada as long as you remain a full-time student with a satisfactory academic standing while classes are in session and you comply with the conditions of your work permit.
Are there any restrictions on how many hours I can work once I receive my off-campus work permit?
Once you receive your off-campus work permit, you can work up to 20 hours per week off campus while classes are in session. You can work full time during scheduled breaks, including summer or winter holidays and reading weeks.
While classes are in session, you must be studying full time and retain satisfactory academic standing to keep your off-campus work permit.
I am considering studying in Canada. Can I apply for an off-campus work permit at the same time as I apply for my study permit?
No, you cannot apply for a study permit and an off-campus work permit at the same time. To qualify for the program, you must already hold a valid study permit, and you must have been a full-time student at a participating institution for at least six of the last 12 months before you apply.

Co-op and internship
For some academic programs, work experience is part of the curriculum. Foreign students who wish to participate in a co-op or internship program must apply for a work permit as well as a study permit.
To be eligible for a work permit, you must meet the following conditions:

  • You must have a valid study permit.
  • Your intended employment must be an essential part of your program of study in Canada.
  • Your employment must be part of your academic program, certified by a letter from a responsible academic official of the institution.
  • Your co-op or internship employment cannot form more than 50 percent of the total program of study.

Checklist for Co-op work permit:

  • Passport
  • Study permit
  • School enrollment letter
  • No application fee
  • Photo
  • Marriage Status

*Some restrictions apply

Working after graduation
The Post-Graduation Work Permit Program allows students who have graduated from a participating Canadian post-secondary institution to gain valuable Canadian work experience.
A work permit under the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program may be issued for the length of the study program, up to a maximum of three years. A Post-Graduation work permit cannot be valid for longer than the student’s study program, and the study program must be a minimum of eight months in length.
To obtain a work permit after your graduation, you must meet the following requirements:

  • You must have studied full time in Canada and you must have completed a program of study that lasted at least eight months.
  • You must have graduated from: a public post-secondary institution or Canadian private institution authorized by provincial statute to confer degrees but only if you are enrolled in one of the programs of study leading to a degree as authorized by the province and not in all programs of study offered by the private institution.
  • You must apply for a work permit within 90 days of receiving written confirmation (for example, a transcript or an official letter) from your institution indicating that you have met the requirements for completing your academic program.
  • You must have completed and passed the program of study and received a notification that you are eligible to obtain your degree, diploma or certificate.
  • You must have a valid study permit when you apply for the work permit.
Impact of length of program of study in Canada and the length of the work permit A Post-Graduation Work Permit cannot be valid longer than the official length of your program of study in Canada. For example, students graduating from a four-year degree program might be eligible for a three-year year work permit. Students graduating from an eight-month certificate program would only be eligible for a work permit of eight months.
If the official length of your program of study is:
  • less than eight months
  • o you are not eligible for this program

  • less than two years but more than eight months
  • you may get a work permit for a period no longer than the length of your program of study (for example, if you studied for nine months, a work permit may be issued for a period of nine months)
  • a work permit may be issued for three years
  • two years or more
You are not eligible for the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program if you:
  • study in a program that is less than eight months long
  • participate in a Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship Program funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT)
  • participate in a Government of Canada Awards Program funded by DFAIT
  • receive funding from the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
  • participate in the Equal Opportunity Scholarship, Canada-Chile
  • participate in the Canada-China Scholars Exchanges Program
  • participate in the Organization of American States Fellowships Program
  • participate in a distance learning program either from abroad or from within Canada or
  • have previously been issued a Post-Graduation Work Permit following any other program of study.
Checklist for Post graduate work permit:
  • Passport
  • Study permit
  • School graduate confirmation letter
  • Final transcript
  • Application fee
  • Photo
  • Marriage Status
*Some restrictions apply

Temporary Resident VISA

 

Temporary Resident Visa (T.R.V.)
Effective May 29, temporary residents currently residing in Canada with valid student or temporary foreign worker status must submit their application for a new temporary resident visa to the Case Processing Pilot Office in Ottawa (CPP-O).
You can apply in Canada if you are:

  • A legally admitted temporary resident (student or temporary foreign worker only) in Canada with a Canadian residential address,
  • your current temporary resident status is still valid, and your existing counterfoil is expired and/or was valid for only one entry, and
  • you require a new temporary resident visa to return to Canada in the near future.
Checklist for T.R.V.:
  • Passport
  • Study permit
  • Bank statement
  • Two photos
  • School enrollment letter
  • Two term transcript
  • Application fee $75 for single entry or $150 multiple entry

*Some restrictions apply
If you are under 19 years old, you should have custodian form from Notary Public, or contact us for detail

FAQ:
What is the difference between a single-entry visa and a multiple-entry visa?
There are two types of Temporary Resident Visa: a single-entry visa and a multiple-entry visa. Temporary Resident Visas are valid for a fixed period, whether they are a single-entry visa or a multiple-entry visa. You cannot use a visa after its expiry date.
Multiple-entry visa
A multiple-entry visa allows you to enter Canada several times during the period while your visa is valid. A multiple-entry visa is valid for a maximum of 10 years or one month prior to the expiry date on the passport/re-entry visa, whichever is earlier.
If a multiple-entry visa is approved, it will allow you to enter and leave Canada repeatedly during the validity period of the visa. You must arrive in Canada on or before the expiry date on your visa. You cannot get a multiple-entry visa for a period that ends after the expiry date of your passport. If your passport will expire soon, you should renew it before you apply for your visa.
If you want to visit several other countries or return to your own country before coming back to Canada, you will need a multiple-entry visa. If you plan to visit Canada frequently, a multiple-entry visa is recommended.
Single-entry visa
A single-entry visa allows you to enter Canada once.
When you arrive at the point of entry in Canada, an officer of the Canada Border Services Agency will make sure you meet the requirements to enter Canada.
The officer will authorize your stay by placing a stamp in your passport and/or issuing an additional document.
If there is no stamp, a handwritten date or document in your passport, your temporary resident status will expire six months from the day you arrived in Canada.
If you were given a visitor record, student or work permit, the expiry date is marked on the document.
If you leave Canada during your authorized stay, you must get a new visitor visa to re-enter Canada.
There are two exceptions: you can visit the United States or Saint-Pierre et Miquelon and return to Canada without getting a new visa, as long as you:

  • return within the initial period authorized by the immigration officer or
  • have a valid visitor record, work permit, study permit, or a temporary resident permit (authorizing re-entry) and return within the initial period authorized by the officer.
How do I help a family member or a friend apply to visit Canada?
Anyone who visits Canada must apply from outside the country. If you have a friend or family member who wants to visit Canada, they must apply to the Canadian visa office responsible for their country or region. A visa officer will review the application and decide whether to issue a visa.
You can help by writing a letter of invitation. The letter should explain how you will help. For example, you may offer to pay for plane tickets or accommodation. A letter of invitation can help, but it does not guarantee that a visa will be issued.
How do I get help if my application is refused?
There is no formal appeal process if your application for a Temporary Resident Visa is refused.
You can apply again. Make sure that you provide any information or documents that were missing from your first application. If you do not send new information or if your situation has not changed, the new application will probably not be accepted.

Visitor

Effective May 29, temporary residents currently residing in Canada with valid student or temporary foreign worker status must submit their application for a new temporary resident visa to the Case Processing Pilot Office in Ottawa (CPP-O).
Parent and Grandparent Super Visa:NOTE: Parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents have a new option for visiting Canada. As of December 1, 2011, you may be eligible to apply for the Parent and Grandparent Super Visa and enjoy visits to Canada of up to two years without the need to renew your status.
Visiting Canada: Parent and Grandparent Super Visa
Parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents have a new option for visiting Canada. As of December 1, 2011, you may be eligible to apply for the Parent and Grandparent Super Visa and enjoy visiting your family in Canada for up to two years without the need to renew your status.
To apply for the Parent and Grandparent Super Visa, you must:

  • be the parent or grandparent of a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada;
  • be found admissible to Canada; and
  • meet certain other conditions.

Visa officers consider several factors before deciding if a person is admissible. The person must be a genuine visitor to Canada who will leave by choice at the end of the visit. Among the things that could be considered are:

  • the person’s ties to the home country;
  • the purpose of the visit;
  • the person’s family and financial situation;
  • the overall economic and political stability of the home country; and
  • an invitation from a Canadian host.

In addition to being found admissible to Canada, the parent or grandparent must also:

  • provide a written commitment of financial support from their child or grandchild in Canada who meets a minimum income threshold;
  • prove that they have bought Canadian medical insurance coverage for at least one year; and
  • complete an Immigration Medical Examination.

FAQ:
What makes the Parent and Grandparent Super Visa different from what is available now as a visitor visa?
Currently, visitors to Canada usually may only visit for six months at a time. Most visitors who wish to stay longer must apply for an extension, and pay a new fee, every six months. With the Parent and Grandparent Super Visa, eligible parents and grandparents will pay fewer fees and have some certainty that they will be able to enjoy the company of their families in Canada for a longer period of time.
CIC will be able to issue the visas, on average, within eight weeks of the application. This means that instead of waiting for eight years, a parent or a grandparent can come to Canada within eight weeks.
Is the Parent and Grandparent Super Visa a multi-entry visa? What’s the difference between the Super Visa and the 10-year multiple entry visa?
Yes, the Super Visa is a multi-entry visa that will provide multiple entries for a period up to ten years. The key difference is that the Super Visa will have status periods for each entry that last up to two years, while the 10-year multiple entry visa status period for each entry is six months.
The Super Visa is also available as a single-entry visa, if that is the applicant’s preference.
If parents and grandparents are already in Canada and their visa will be expiring soon, what should they do? Will they be eligible to renew their status from in Canada?
An application for a new single- or multi-entry visa must be done from outside Canada at a visa office.
However, parents and grandparents who are in Canada on an authorized stay of up to six months may apply for an extension of their status of up to two years by submitting an application to the Case Processing Centre in Vegreville, Alberta, as long as they meet all the criteria for the Parent and Grandparent Super Visa. These applications will be examined on a case-by-case basis.
*Some restrictions apply

Homestay and Guardian

Homestay:
Homestay is an excellent option for ESL students in Canada. Homestay families provide ideal environments to improve those students’ listening and speaking proficiency other than schools. Also, homestay families, most of which are just a couple of blocks from schools, are experienced in providing accommodation to international students as well as have adequate time and experience to take care of your children. All this would help your children with a smooth transition to full integration in the local community and happy acquisition of English language. The homestay family must provide the student with a clean private bedroom and three nutritious meals, and the student is allowed to use a variety of home appliances freely. Those families are chosen under strict requirements: all households must have clean criminal records, financial ability to host students and harmonious family environments. Most homestay families have years of experience and satisfactory credits. Guangson Consulting strives to arrange a homestay family with children in similar age to your child. The homestay family will help your children gain insight into the history, culture and customs of Canada as well as establish a close relationship with friends of different cultural backgrounds. Your children’s homestay experience will also allow them a wonderful opportunity to enjoy Canadian hospitality and to learn different cultures.

Guardian:
An international student who is under 19 years of old requires a guardian in Canada. The guardian is required to accompany the student to attend all important events at school such as registrations and ceremonies. Other responsibilities of the guardian involve regular contact with the homestay family, consistent connection with schools to gain information about the student’s performance at school, and legal obligations. Guangson Consulting is willing to arrange suitable guardians for your children and to provide quality serves to help them enter their satisfactory universities or colleges.

The Canadian school application

1.University of Victoria

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Size:18,863studentsRanked in Canada:8

The University of Victoria, often referred to as UVic, a research intensive university located in Saanich and Oak Bay, about 5 mi northeast of downtown Victoria, British Columbia. The University’s annual enrollment is about 20,000 students. The University is ranked among the top 200 universities in the world and ninth placein Canada in the 2012 Times Higher Education World University Rankings and first place in Canada in the Times Higher Education’s 100-under-50 rankings. UVic was the top-ranked university in Canada without an autonomous medical school in the THE rankings. The University has also been home to more than 40 faculty members who are Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada since the University of Victoria’s founding.

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  • 2. University of British Columbia

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    Size:36,518studentsRanked in Canada:2

    The University of British Columbia (commonly referred to as UBC) is a Canadian public research university with campuses and facilities in British Columbia, Canada. It is the oldest institution of higher learning in the province of British Columbia and has the largest enrollment with over 57,000 students at its Vancouver and Okanagan campuses combined.[8] The university was incorporated in Vancouver in 1908 as the McGill University College of British Columbia, and became the independent University of British Columbia in 1915. [9] UBC’s main 4.02 km2 (993-acre) Vancouver campus is located within the University Endowment Lands, about 10 km (6.2 mi) from Downtown Vancouver.[10] The 2.09 km2 (516-acre) Kelowna campus, open since 2005, is located in the Okanagan Valley.

    Popular professional

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    Size:2,138studentsRanked in Canada:56

    Emily Carr University of Art and Design (formerly the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design) is a public post-secondary University located on Granville Island in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Established in 1925 as the Vancouver School of Decorative and Applied Arts, it is named after Canadian artist Emily Carr. Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design’s arms, supporters, flag, and badge were registered with the Canadian Heraldic Authority on April 20, 2007.[2] On April 28, 2008, the Provincial Government announced its intention to amend the University Act at the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia to recognize Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design as a full university, named Emily Carr University of Art and Design.[3] The university began its operation under the new name on September 1, 2008

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    Size:17,500studentsRanked in Canada:67

    Kwantlen Polytechnic University (commonly abbreviated to KPU or Kwantlen, and previously known as Kwantlen University College) is a public degree-granting undergraduate polytechnic university with four campuses located in the South Fraser region of British Columbia’s Lower Mainland. KPU began operation as Kwantlen Polytechnic University on September 1, 2008
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  • 5. Kwantlen Polytechnic University

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    Size:7,500studentsRanked in Canada:53

    Capilano University (formerly Capilano College) is an undergraduate-focused, public, coeducational, teaching-intensive university located in the District of North Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. It is enabled by the University Act,[6] enrolling its first students in 1968. The school was established by local school boards and residents of the North Shore and Howe Sound on the need for a public institution serving the local communities. Initial enrollment was 784 students in 1968,[1] and as of 2009, student enrollment has grown to 7,500 students.[5] Under the direction of President Greg Lee, Capilano was redesignated from a community college to a university.[3] Capilano’s academic offerings include liberal arts, professional, and career programs, leading to certificates, diplomas, and degrees at the primarily undergraduate level.

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    Simon Fraser University (SFU) is a Canadian public research university in British Columbia with its main campus on Burnaby Mountain in Burnaby, and operates satellite campuses in downtown Vancouver and Surrey. The 1.7 km2 (0.66 sq mi) main campus on Burnaby Mountain, located 20 km (12 mi) from downtown Vancouver, was established in 1965 and comprises more than 30,000 students and approximately 950 faculty members. The university is adjacent to an urban village, UniverCity.[4] The university was named after Simon Fraser, a North West Company fur trader and explorer. Undergraduate and graduate programs operate on a year-round tri-semester schedule.[5] It is the only non-American university in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). In 2007, Simon Fraser University was the first and remains the only university to be awarded the Prix du XXe siècle from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada recognizing the “enduring excellence of nationally significant architecture

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