As long as a candidate does not threaten their home nation, no age restrictions apply when applying for a study visa in Canada. Candidates must convince the visa officer that they will complete their studies on time and will return after completion; older applicants may need to present additional evidence regarding their educational background and commitment to learning.
Visa officers pay special attention to the programs chosen by students, and how well they align with their career aspirations and prior education (if applicable). Furthermore, they look at how the chosen course fits with any previous work experience or any previous coursework; it shouldn’t be too different from previous ones or an entirely new field of work experience should not occur as part of this choice process.
An important requirement of studying in Canada is showing proof of funds to cover tuition and living expenses while at school, and providing proof they do not have criminal backgrounds through a police clearance certificate.
An applicant must present a valid passport and undergo required medical exams, along with academic transcripts from previous institutions and an acceptance letter from their designated learning institution. They also need proof of financial resources that demonstrate they won’t become burdens to Canadian society; additionally they must possess English language abilities essential for successful studies.