Apply for study permit within Canada
You can only apply for a study permit within Canada if you are:
a minor child in primary or secondary school
- an exchange or visiting student
- a student who has completed a short-term course or study program, which is a condition for being accepted at a DLI
- someone who holds a temporary resident permit (TRP) valid for at least 6 months, or their family member
- a spouse or common-law partner (and their family members) being sponsored to immigrate, who are:
- in Canada, and
- have applied for permanent residence, if eligible
- a person with a study permit from a visa office abroad, and the permit was issued before you got to Canada, who wants to keep studying
- the family member of:
- athletes on a Canadian-based team
- media representatives
- members of the clergy, or
- military personnel assigned to Canada
- a family member or private staff member of a foreign representative who is properly accredited (90 days before or after you are no longer authorized to study without a study permit), or
- a foreign national or their family member with a valid study or work permit, who wants to stay in Canada longer to study
If you’re in Canada and none of the options above describe you, you need to follow the instructions for applying for a study permit from outside Canada.
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