Here is how we take on bookings for international applicants interested in signing up for Study and co-op programs.
1. Send us your information and schedule a meeting in person or via skype
Once we complete the first step, we can provide you with a report including information about your level of English, recommended study and type of co-op, decision on whether we can offer you a paid co-op and any other personalized plans to help you make the most out of your program in Canada.
2. Partial payment for the cost of the program
Some private colleges ask for 50% of the program and some will just ask for non-refundable application fee to be paid by credit card before issuing you an official letter of acceptance.
3. Visa process
You need to apply for a Study permit and a work permit to complete your co-op term in Canada. Some countries may only get approval for a study permit to enter Canada. You can then apply for your work permit after arrival in Canada.
4. Prepare for arrival
We offer some basic arrival support for our student clients. Airport pick up and housing service is available.
5. Meet for your orientation
We greet all new arrivals at our office. You will meet and go over your schedule, check and see everything is okay with your first few days in Canada. Once you arrive in Vancouver you will have your academic schedule available and also Springboard agency will be in touch with you to support with co-op placement.