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School Admission

Why Study in Canada?

Every year, Canada welcomes hundreds of thousands of international students from around the globe!

Canadian universities have a long history and reputation for academic excellence and high graduate employability rates. In fact, many Canadian higher education institutions compete with world-renowned universities in the United States and the United Kingdom, for example.

Canada is a culturally diverse country and is known for its welcoming and inclusive environment, making it a great place to study for international students.

Compared to other countries, the cost of education and living expenses in Canada can be relatively affordable, making it a more accessible option for students.

Studying in Canada can provide students with access to a wide range of career opportunities, as the country has a strong economy and is home to many multinational corporations.

Studying in Canada can lead to permanent residency through programs like Canadian Experience Class, Provincial Nominee Programs, and Express Entry. These programs consider factors such as education, work experience, and language proficiency to determine eligibility for permanent residency.

We assist with:

Ready to take the next step in your education?  Get an Idea of what you may be eligible for

D (Pass) (44-40) (2.0 - 1.0)
Not Eligible for admission into post-secondary school
A (First-Class Honours), (70-100), (4.0 GPA
Eligible for all levels of study in Canada
B+ (Second Class Upper) (60-69) (3.3 - 3.9 GPA)
Admission into a master's program may be possible. Admission into a Post-Graduate
Diploma, bachelor's, or diploma program is more attainable.
B+ (Second Class Upper) (60-69) (3.3 - 3.9 GPA)
Admission into a master's program may be possible. Admission into a Post-Graduate
C (Third Class) (49-45) (2.6 - 2.0)
Admission into a master's program is not possible. Likelihood of secured admission for a Post-graduate diploma with limited options.

Common documentation Needed

If you have previous post-secondary education, make sure you have your:


Copies of your Degree or certificate

WAEC and Scratch card (if applicable)

There would be more based on your school and program of choice

General documentation needed include:


Bio-data page of your passport

Start your journey with confidence by speaking with an expert!

Do you want to:

Know what programs would be a good fit for you

Know the application process

Get in-depth knowledge on your pathway to Permanent Residency after school 


“I contacted Florence about my decision, and we started off with Admission processing. The beautiful thing is, they look at future prospects, and place you in schools and provinces that would align best for you. This feels like it’s family looking after your best interest.

Idaresit was my initial admission officer and boy, did she deliverrrrrrr. With a study gap from 2014-2018, a Higher National Diploma in Security Management, InfoPlace got me a beautiful  offer with a Coop from the University of Manitoba. Gosh, I was so excited and knew that God had begun his work, the day I was scrolling through Instagram, and found a video of Florence.”

Get Started Right Away

If you have your transcripts, resume, bio-data page of your passport on hand, and bank statements showing a minimum of $25,000 CAD, get in touch with us to get started!

Why do we ask for bank statements?

The estimated cost of tuition for one year is $15,000 CAD, and the estimated cost of living expenses for the same period is $10,000 CAD.

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