CIRA College (Canada International Royal Arts College ) is located in the centre of Vancouver, British Columbia.
The address is 896 W 8th Ave (2nd Floor) Vancouver, BC V5Z 1E2. We are conveniently located close to bus and Skytrain stations.
CIRA College can issue Letter of Acceptances for our students.
CIRA College has the following 2 programs:
We operate small class sizes, varying from 8 to 15 students. That way we can focus on teaching our students to grow and face the Canadian job market properly.
According to our admissions periods we have some scholarships that allow you to reduce the cost of your study program. Also, we can provide a payment plan if you need it. Ask our advisors.
Once you apply to CIRA College, we will review your documents and issue the following:
We make sure students are serious and they want to take our programs.
This deposit is not an extra fee, it’s just a part of the tuition fee before we issue the Letter of Acceptance.
You can pay through wire transfer or an international credit card. When we issue the documents we explain all details to make a payment.
12 to 14 working days.
We’ll help you choose the best option for you. At CIRA College, we work with partners who help us find a room or a homestay. The cost will depend on the kind of accommodation.
Rooms are spaces you can use alone or share some facilities with other students. Homestays are a family home, where you can share some facilities with other students. Homestays would include some meals if you need them.
You should apply immediately after to receive your Study Permit approval and at least four weeks before the date of your travel.
Yes, international students must travel with health insurance from their country. It should cover at least 3 months while students apply for MSP (Medical Service Plan), British Columbia’s health insurance. Students can apply for MSP after their arrival to Canada.
It is relevant to check the website of the Canadian Government to complete all the requirements entirely like vaccinations, Covid-19 testing, and quarantine because it could present changes. So, please check the following link permanently: https://travel.gc.ca/travel-covid/travel-restrictions/wizard-start
During study time, the student is only allowed to work up to a maximum of 20 hours/week. Students can work up to 40 hours per week during the co-op period.
CIRA College finds it for you at no extra cost. We work with partners in Vancouver to find the Co-Op placement for our students on time. These are the Co-Op placement process steps:
Yes, you can. You can work while you study with a valid study permit.
You can start to work the moment you start your Diploma program. You can’t work before. If you need to level your English during this period, you may not work.
Your study permit will state whether you can work in Canada and the employment requirements. This statement enables you to apply for a Social Insurance Number (SIN) from Service Canada; obtaining a SIN is a crucial requirement before you can work while studying in Canada.
You can apply online here: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/sin/apply.html
As an international student with a valid Study Permit, you should be eligible for a provincial health care card to access these services. The Medical Service Plan (MSP) is the health insurance used in British Columbia.
After you arrive to Canada you can apply here: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/health/health-drug-coverage/msp/bc-residents/eligibility-and-enrolment/how-to-enrol
After receiving your Letter of Acceptance from CIRA College, you can apply for your study permit to study in Canada.
You can apply from your country on the official website of the Government of Canada. To apply for your study permit, please check all requirements in this link: https://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/student.asp
Make sure that you have the right documents, so please find in this link https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/study-canada/study-permit/get-documents.html
Applying for a Study Permit costs CAD 150, but you must always confirm the information on the website from the Government of Canada.
Yes. In the application for your Study Permit, you need proof of your financial support. More details here: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/study-canada/study-permit/get-documents.html#doc3
The process will depend on each country. You can check your progress here here: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/application/check-processing-times.html