Our Services

Study in Canada.

iHeartCanada provides expert advice for planning your post-secondary and post-graduate stud-ies in Canada. We represent Canadian language schools, colleges, and universities right across the country. We will review your academic background and help you choose a program that aligns with your immigration goals.

Apply now for your Study Permit and let us guide you through the process.

*Are you an education institution interested in working with iHeartCanada to recruit international students? Email us at  partnerships@iheartcanada.ca.

Work in Canada.

If you need a Work Permit, we’ve got you covered. Qualifying work experience in Canada will give you essential points in Express Entry to apply for your PR. Our labour market consultants can work with Canadian employers to obtain a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) that will be used for your Work Permit application. Have you recently completed a qualifying educa-tion program in Canada? You may be eligible for the post-graduate work permit (PGWP).

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Live in Canada

iHeartCanada specializes in creating immigration strategies for international students and skilled workers from around the world. We are experts in Provincial Nomination Programs (PNPs), Economic Class (Express Entry), and Family Class sponsorship applications.

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Education Services

We work with education institutions and students on an individual, tailored basis. If you are interested and motivated to study in Canada, iHeartCanada will:

  • Review your academic background
  • Assess what education program(s) will lead to your PR
  • Apply to a Canadian language school, college, or university
  • Link your academic program to a labour market assessment
  • Apply for your study permit (and permits for your accompanying family members)

iHeartCanada is proud to represent only the best Canadian universities and colleges.

The college system in Canada was developed to provide technical training and diplomas that respond to shifting labour trends and the needs of a changing economy.

Universities in Canada are defined as degree-granting institutions that provide bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees. Universities typically focus on analytical skills (the ability to understand and use information), and academic and professional programs.

Obtaining a Canadian academic credential will have a positive and significant impact on your immigration plans, on your employment prospects, and on your own personal development:

  • Learning English or French with other native speakers will greatly improve your English and/or French language abilities (strong language scores are critically important for Express Entry)
  • A Degree, Diploma, or Graduate Certificate will provide you with relevant skills for the Canadian job market. Often these programs include a work practicum/co-op placement
  • If you are married or in a common law relationship, your spouse or partner can work full time while you study
  • You will be eligible for a Post-Graduate Work Permit (PGWP) when you graduate from a qualifying school
  • You can use the work experience you earn on your PGWP to qualify for Economic Immigration (Express Entry)
  • An academic credential from a qualifying Canadian college or university will give you additional points in Express Entry
  • A 1-year Ontario Graduate Certificate combined with a job offer from a qualifying Canadian company will make you eligible for the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program’s “International Student” stream. Our provincial immigration programs (PNPs) offer an alternative immigration pathway to Express Entry

Begin Your Journey

We are knowledgeable, ethical, and licensed Immigration Consultants authorized to practice immigration consulting in every Canadian province, including Québec. Scott Smith’s RCIC li-cense number is R422495.

Languages: Portuguese and English
Strengths: student immigration; Family Class PR (sponsorships)

Feeling overwhelmed?

We get it. We can help you figure out where to start. We’re happy to answer all your questions about Canadian immigration.

To learn more, visit our FAQ page or contact us directly.

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