Important Updates for International Students
Your ability to study online from your home country depends on when you started your PGWP-eligible program and how your courses are delivered.
The Government of Canada has announced new work rules for international students. This temporary policy ends Apr. 30, 2024. International students may work up to 20 hours a week off campus from Jan. 0...
View Table 1: Scenarios for off-campus working hours for international students
Getting started at Seneca as an International student.
The Webform is an online tool used to contact IRCC.
All international students have mandatory health insurance coverage while studying at Seneca.
New Student Checklist
These resources and checklists will help you prepare to start your studies as an international student at Seneca
When visiting a medical facility, you will be asked to either pay for the medical service fee upfront or will have your student medical card information collected to have the insurance carrier billed ...
Visit the Morcare Seneca website and select the “Discount Network” tile to reference the Morcare Provider Map.
Learn about awards, scholarships and bursaries available to help you pay for your studies. Scholarships and awards recognize the academic achievement and community engagement of Seneca students.
The following section provides information and tips to help you become aware of common scams that target international students and what you can do to protect yourself against fraud.
Doing Your Taxes
Working in Canada
Most places in Canada accept payments through debit/credit card, therefore, it is important to establish a personal bank account in Canada.
Post-graduation Work Permits
Co-op Work Permits (for students in Canada)
Applying for Temporary Residence Visa from within Canada
Extending Study Permits
Initial Study Permits
Steps and Guidelines
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