Student Visa, Student Permit, Work, Immigration

Acceptance Letter

To apply for your student visa, you need to provide us with a copy of your passport, your postal address and a deposit of on your account (partially refundable if the visa application is not successful). We will issue an original acceptance letter FREE OF CHARGE and send it to you for the support of your visa application. 

Student Visa

Information about the student permit application can be found here: Application to Study in Canada

Canadian Flight Centre's Designated Leaning Institution Number (DLI#) for the application purposes is O 110207076237. The official designation can be found here: Designated Learning Institutions List

Working While Being a Student

Students may be allowed to work up to 20 hours per week. It does not need to be on campus like in the past.

Working with CFC

Canadian Flight Centre often offers jobs to its Instructor Rating graduates. Some of the current students are also offered other jobs around the school: dispatch, office help, charter pilots etc. However, we do not make any commitments before the beginning of the training, and all hiring decisions are made on a case-by-case basis.

Career Options in Canada after Graduation

If you are looking to continue your flying career in Canada after graduation, there are a few initial options:

• Instructing: If you have a passion for sharing your love of flying with the next generation of pilots, this option might be for you. CFC offers the instructor rating, and even often offers its graduates a position within the school - in our Flight Training or even Charter division. Information on this course can be found HERE.

• More difficult, but not impossible is it to get your first flying job with a local air taxi or charter operator or a regional airline.

• Fresh pilots often find their first aviation jobs in the Canadian North as a “bush pilot”.

Work Permit, Permanent Residency, Citizenship

We know you might have a lot of questions regarding the work permit, permanent residency and citizenship in Canada. To find answers to these questions, please consult the comprehensive website of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). The link is HERE.

If you require assistance with your paperwork, please consult one of the specialized immigration consultants. Note, that we do not endorse any of the consultants, and the choice of the specialist is completely at your discretion.

Disclaimer: all of the information on this page is based on past experiences, and is not meant to be used as a legal advice, legal reference, is not meant to be exhaustive and may be outdated. Regulations may change without prior notice at any time. For the most up-to-date information refer to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) HERE.

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