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Admission Requirements





Applicants who will be considered on the basis of high school credentials must present satisfactory standing on five distinct and appropriate subjects in the 12th (or 13th if appropriate) year of Senior Secondary School and must have graduated with the appropriate high school documents and credentials. All students are required to get their credential approved by WES. If requirements are met, a non refundable CAD$500 application fee will be collected. Admission package will be sent to you once the application fee has been received.


To obtain a study permit or receive information on immigration to Canada, please contact your nearest Canadian Consulate, Embassy or High Commission, or visit

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See more information on Canadian Language testing.

Tests That Satisfy the English Language Admission Standard.





1. The School will contact you for a personal interview or a phone interview. This will be arranged prior to application. School will review the results of your application and interview and determine if you are accepted. Be prepared to show knowledge of your chosen field and how you will fit in professionally. You need to show commitment and enthusiasm for learning and financial stability during training. We want students willing to become professionals, the only kind we graduate!

2. Two personal references from, for example, a friend, past schoolmate or employer.

3. The minimum age to study is 17 years old.

4. Transcript of high-school marks and/or any post-secondary education completed. Grade 12 preferred although consideration will be given to mature individuals under “mature student status”.

5. Evidence of proficiency in English (E.G. TOEFL, IELTS, or CAST) is highly preferred. If proficiency cannot be proven, the Canadian Achievement Survey Test will be administered for a fee of $15.00.

6. A sponsorship letter or official documentation indicating that the student is able to pay for the program and living expenses while in Canada and enrolled in the program.

7. An application fee of $500.00 (applied to tuition cost once the student commences) to be provided before a letter of acceptance is issued.

8. The program will be taught in English, therefore a good understanding of English is necessary.


It is important for international students to apply early as Student Visas may take several months to obtain.

Studying 6 months or longer in Canada:

Once you receive your official Letter of Acceptance from Aesthetics Pro, you must apply for a Student Visa.

To obtain your Student Visa and/or your Temporary Resident Visa, you must visit the nearest Canadian Embassy, High Commission, or Consulate.

Applying for a study permit is the responsibility of the Student. In this section we have outlined some general information regarding applying for a Study Permit in Canada. However, please note that these are general guidelines, and it is best that the student contacts Citizenship and Immigration Canada for the most up to date information.

According to Citizenship and Immigration Canada, to be eligible to study in Canada, you must:

  • Have been accepted by a school, college, university or other educational institution in Canada with the Letter of Acceptance.

  • Prove that you have enough money to pay for your:

    • tuition fees;

    • living expenses for yourself and any family members who come with you to Canada; and

    • return transportation for yourself and any family members who come with you to Canada.

  • Be a law-abiding citizen with no criminal record and not be a risk to the security of Canada. You may have to provide a police certificate.

  • Be in good health and willing to complete a medical examination, if necessary.

  • Satisfy an immigration officer that you will leave Canada when you have completed your studies.

       To learn more, visit Eligibility Requirements for more information.


According to Citizenship and Immigration Canada, there are ten steps to apply for a study permit:

  1. Check the application processing times

  2. Obtain and print the application

  3. Determine where you will submit your application

  4. Collect the documents you need to apply

  5. Complete your application for a study permit

  6. Pay the correct processing fee

  7. Check your application

  8. Submit the application form

Click HERE for the directory for all Canadian embassies and consulates around the world.

The new federal regulations regarding study permits for international students :

For further information, visit the following website :

Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

Study in Canada

Student Visa Requirement

Study Permit
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