1. You must apply directly to the School District in which you wish to study.
2. You must be accepted in a program of study by a recognized secondary school and receive a Letter of Acceptance (required to apply for a study permit).
3. If your program of study is longer than 6 months in duration, you must apply for and be granted a study permit (and temporary resident visa if required) from Canadian immigration authorities. In most cases, you will have to include a medical examination with your application. For more information: www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/study.asp .
Please note: minor children who come to Canada to study and who are not accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, must be cared for by a responsible adult in Canada. This person is known as a custodian. Legal arrangements must be made to give the custodian permission to act in place of a parent. For more information: www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/study-minors.asp .
Students are responsible for finding appropriate accommodations while studying in Newfoundland and Labrador, which they may wish to arrange through their agent.
Yes. All secondary international students must enroll in and purchase Health Insurance as arranged by the School District.
Information on fees and tuition can be found at the School District in which you are interested in studying.