What is a study permit?
The study permit is a document issued by immigration Canada that allows foreign nationals to study at designated institution in Canada. Keystone International School is a ministry inspected school that is considered a designated institution.
Most students need a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) or an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) to fly, or transit through, a Canadian airport as well as a study permit to study at Keystone International School.
Students should not use an electronic kiosk when arriving in Canada. Please see a Canada Border Services Agent upon arrival. Students will need to show the agent their Study Permit Approval letter in order to receive the printed copy of the study permit. Students need this document for school, and should not leave the airport without it. If a student does not collect their study permit upon arrival in Canada, there will be additional fees to return to the airport or a border crossing to obtain it.