School Services FAQs For Canada
International passport, High school transcript, Academic qualification (WAEC), Scratch Card, English proficiency test results (TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, SAT, IETLS, if applicable) and Motivational Letter.
International passport, Passport photograph, Admission letter, Sponsor or individual 6 months statement of account, Work details, and English proficiency test results (IELTS, TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, SAT If applicable).
International passport, Undergraduate Degree certificate, Transcript, CV, School Reference Letter, WAEC, English proficiency test results (IELTS, TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, SAT If applicable) and Motivational Letter (Motivation letter will be provided by Aspom).
International passport, passport photograph, Admission letter, CV, Sponsor or Individual 6 months statement of account, Work Details, Letter of acceptance from the school, and English proficiency test results (IELTS, TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, SAT If applicable).
Kindly write to your university to send your transcript directly to the School we will be applying for in Canada.
School Search – N105,000
Admission fee – N85,000
Visa Processing fee – N156,000
Visa Fee – 235CAD
Yes, most universities require an Acceptance fee as soon as the school admission has been secured (The Acceptance fee serves as the registration fee and this fee is non-refundable).
Yes, once the admission is out, you would be required to pay a deposit instructed on your admission letter. Once Payment is made, the university would provide proof which would be used to process your visa.
No, we don’t guarantee student visa, as visa issuance is at the discretion of the consular, however, based on our visa knowledge and experience, we will guide you for better chances.
Yes, with your student visa you are entitled to work part time only after the end of each semester you can work full time.
It depends if you can get a job placement there.
It depends on the university requirements. We will advise if it is mandatory to sit for the exam.