Applying for a Permit

You must contact your local Canadian Embassy to inquire about the length of study permit processing. Expect to wait up to 6 months for study permit processing depending on your country of origin.

Upon successful completion of the entire admissions process, you will need to apply for a study permit at the nearest Canadian Embassy or Consulate. Please do not begin this process until you have received an official letter of acceptance from Tyndale. When you apply for your study permit you will be required to provide satisfactory evidence to the Canadian Immigration authorities that you are able to meet your educational costs and living expenses. Tyndale will be happy to supply you with an estimate of costs for study at Tyndale. Study Permits are only issued to full time students. That means that students both at the University College and the Seminary must take a minimum of four courses per semester. Please refer to the CIC website for further details.