Our Fraternities

Our 80+ academic partners, or “fraternities”, are located across Canada from coast to coast. Toggle each list to see who are our partners in each province. If your dream institution is not listed here, no worries. We can help you with the Study Permit and all your needs related to coming to study in Canada. An extra consultation fee will be applied for a service involving an institution outside our list of partners.
List of our academic partners
  1. Acadia University
  2. Algoma University
  3. Algonquin College
  4. Assiniboine Community College
  5. Bow Valley College
  6. British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT)
  7. Brock University
  8. California State University East Bay
  9. Cambrian College
  10. Canada College
  11. Canadian College
  12. Canadian Tourism College
  13. Canadore College
  14. Cégep de la Gaspésie et des Îles
  15. Centennial College
  16. College of the North Atlantic
  17. Columbia College
  18. Concordia University
  19. Concordia University of Edmonton
  20. Conestoga College
  21. Confederation College
  22. Coventry University
  23. Crandall University
  24. Douglas College
  25. Fairleigh Dickinson University - Vancouver
  26. Fleming College
  27. Fraser International College
  28. George Brown College
  29. Georgian @ ILAC
  30. Georgian College
  31. Holland College
  32. Humber College
  33. ILSC and Greystone College
  34. ILSC Language Schools
  35. International College of Manitoba (ICM)
  36. Justice Institute of British Columbia
  37. Lakehead University
  38. Langara College
  39. LaSalle College
  40. Lethbridge College
  41. Liaison College of Culinary Arts
  42. Loyalist College
  43. Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology
  44. Matrix College
  45. Medicine Hat College
  46. National University
  47. New Brunswick Community College
  48. New York Film Academy
  49. Niagara College
  50. Northeastern University
  51. Northern College
  52. Okanagan College
  53. Ontario College of Art & Design University
  54. Ontario Tech University
  55. Queen's University - School of English
  56. Red River College
  57. Royal Canadian Institute of International Studies (RCIIS)
  58. Royal Roads University
  59. Ryerson University
  60. Saskatchewan Polytechnic
  61. Sault College
  62. Seneca College
  63. Sheridan College
  64. Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT)
  65. St. Clair College
  66. Thompson Rivers University
  67. Toronto Film School
  68. Toronto School of Management
  69. Trent University
  70. Trinity Western University
  71. University Canada West
  72. University of British Columbia
  73. University of Manitoba
  74. University of New Brunswick
  75. University of Northern British Columbia
  76. University of Prince Edward Island
  77. University of Regina
  78. University of Saskatchewan
  79. University of the Fraser Valley
  80. University of Waterloo
  81. University of Windsor
  82. Vancouver Community College
  83. Vancouver Film School
  84. Vancouver Island University
  85. Western English Learning Centre (WELC)
  86. York University
  87. Yorkville University

Our Services for Students

Student Visa/Study Permit & School Enrolment

One of our areas of expertise is the Canada student visa wherein we first look into the students IELTS score which is mandatory. Consequently, we look into the area of interest of the student and the institution that matches the requirement of the student.

FAQ About Study Permit and Student Immigration

Do you also work with younger students such as those entering middle school or high school?
Yes, we do! We have educational partners for K-12 in Ontario. Our partners for K-12 include Upper Canada District School Board, York Region District School Board, and Carleton District School Board.
What is the best age for a child to move to Canada?

From our experience, coming to Canada at the age of 15 years, or grade 9, would be the best time. Here are the top three reasons:

  • Canadian universities will exempt international students from English proficiency examination (e.g. IELTS, TOEFL) for those who have completed at least 4 years of education in Canada.
  • Higher chance of getting scholarships for universities and colleges
  • Prime age for development of soft and hard skills. Also, students will have enough time to master either English or French, or even both, prior to entering a university or college.
What kinds of scholarships are available for international students in Canada?
There are two main kinds of scholarships available at Canadian universities and colleges. One that covers all tuition fees for the entire program, and the other kind that covers part of the tuition fees. The scholarship candidates may be assessed based on academic performance, English proficiency exam results, community involvement and leadership, or all of these factors. Please be sure to contact your institution regarding scholarship programs available for international students.
Can I work while I am studying as an international student in Canada?
Yes, you can! International students are allowed to work off-campus, without Work Permit, up to 20 hours/week while they are studying and full-time (32-40 hours/week) during the official school breaks. International students can also participate in their institution’s Work Experience program, Co-Operative (Co-op) Education program, and internship at their educational institution. Unlike off-campus work, Co-Op and internship programs, as well as most Work Experience programs, will require you to obtain a Co-Op Work Permit.
How can my child get a free education in Canada?
Canada provides free public education from Kindergarten to Grade 12 to Canadians, immigrants with the Permanent Resident status. Also, if your child is a minor (18 years or younger) and you hold a valid Work Permit or Study Permit, your child can accompany you to Canada and get free education at any public schools. If you are not coming to Canada, there is a few scholarships for international students. However, a full scholarship for international highschool students is very rare and is extremely competitive. A good example is a scholarship by Pearson UWC. For post-secondary education, please check with each institution for the available full scholarships for international students.

Why Work with LGT Immigration?

  • Comprehensive Network

    We have partnered with more than 70 academic and educational institutions across Canada to ensure that the students' needs are met (See the list below). Our team of experts is constantly making sure to deliver the quickest and smoothest process of visa processing to the students with the success rate of 85 -90%.
  • Outstanding Service

    To add the extra benefit, our corporate office in the centre of Regina, Saskatchewan ensures that the students will receive post-visa services such as airport pick-up, accommodation services, work permit and many more.
  • Canada is one of the world's top 5 countries when it comes to the education system in 2021, according to a study by the U.S. News.

    Many international students in Canada get to enjoy the culturally diverse and welcoming community while also getting the opportunities to explore their career options and follow their dreams.

    Furthermore, most educational institutions at all levels also offer extra support for international students whether it be English, French, academics, emotional or social support. You will live and study in a society wherein people do care about you.

    Beyond the top-tier education system, Canada also offers Universal Healthcare benefits to international students through provincial public health insurance. Getting medical treatment in Canada is so much more affordable than in other countries with the Universal Healthcare System such as the U.S.

    International students in Canada are also eligible to work while they study (see FAQ). Upon graduation from an eligible program, the graduates can apply for the Post-Graduation Work Permit to work in Canada and gain a valuable Canadian work experience, and the required number of hours, to apply for the Permanent Residence status.


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