Preparation Guide For Canada Student Visa Application Interview

Canada is right now one of the most popular destinations for students from all over the world and also from. Known for some of the world’s oldest colleges, set against an environmentally friendly and intellectually charged background, it provides students with the right kind of amenities to study in Canada and if needed work further. Not only that, but its openness has also invited immigrants to live a life of their dreams and settle down with minimum trouble. 

Naturally, the stakes are high and so are the expectations. Goreto Education Consultancy, one of the best consultancy for Canada in Nepal, their team will assist you in your preparation for the application process and interview. You can find some common questions asked below.

The student visa interview is an important step in the process of Studying in Canada . However, if you are applying for study permit in Canada, students must submit application either online or to High Commission in India . Therefore , SOP is literally written Interview given to Visa Officer. It is very important to write in concise form.

Once you have submitted your application for the Study Permit that permits you to study in Canada, along with the supporting documents, and after you have submitted your biometrics and Medicals

How the interview ( SOP ) works (Study in Canada)

You documents and more importantly your SOP is written format of interview taken by Case Visa Officer, whose task it is to assess your visa application and accordingly approve or disapprove it. The objective of the best SOP is to establish that you are a genuine student, who is coming to Canada for academic purposes alone.

Prepping for the interview seriously and well in advance, is the key to successfully clearing it. First, you must ensure that you are in possession of all the necessary documents prior to the interview and are aware of all the related procedures. 

The second important step is plenty of preparation for SOP . Since SOP is a powerful written statement to convince visa officer who look into your case . By familiarizing yourself with the kinds of questions that need to be covered, and address them in your answers in accordingly, you will gain the confidence to handle the powerful and convincing SOP. 

SOP questions ( Study in Canada)

These are the major areas of information/questions that you need to cover in your SOP in coherent and concise form.

You will be asked about what you want to do and where do you plan to work. You must connect all your answers to your career-plan.

1. Your career-plan

Your academic/employment background

2. Including questions about

  • your latest/current employment 
  • why you plan to take up further studies
  • any gap in your academic/employment history
  • any change in your area of interest/study

3. Your academic potential 

Including questions about 

  • your latest qualification and scores
  • your scores on the English proficiency test i.e. TOEFL and/or the graduate qualifying exam i.e. GRE
  • your grasp of the English language 

4. Your decision to study in Canada

Including questions about

  • what you know about Canada and its culture
  • what you know about education in Canada
  • why you are not choosing to study in your home country
  • how studying in Canada benefits you, in terms of your long-term career plan

5. Your decision regarding your course/university

You will have to indicate the reasoning behind your decision in terms of your long-term plans.

You will also have to indicate that you are aware of everything that is involved with studying in that course/university including course structure, university culture and rules etc.

6. Your financial background

You will be asked about

  • your family’s financial status, including the information in the documents you have already submitted
  • details about financial sponsorship or loans taken
  • whether you plan to work in Canada, including your awareness of the terms of your Student Permit

7. Your future plans 

You will have to indicate that you are planning to return to your home country following the completion of your course – including references to your social and familial ties to your home country, as well as your employment prospects in your home country.

If you are planning to apply for the post-graduation work route in Canada, you must state that along with a clear awareness of the rules and procedures involved.

8. Case-specific questions

You may also receive questions specific to your case – for instance:

  • information about your family/dependents and their situation i.e. whether they are planning to accompany you now, come later, or remain in your home country
  • information about past travel to Canada etc.



1. Prepare the necessary information: Be aware of all the important practical information that you must know about, particularly those related to your course and your financial status. You must also be aware of all the rules related to international students in Canada.  

2. First, Think about your reasons: The answers to the reason-based questions are entirely subjective. Think of valid and specific reasons. Avoid general statements.

Bad answer: 

“The university is renowned worldwide for its engineering programme.”

Good answer: 

“The department at the university has several faculty members, including Dr X and Professor Y, who have research strengths in the area of medical technology. Firstly, This is the area in which I wish to work, and secondly, I am looking forward to benefiting from their expertise.”

3. Do not learn by rote: While preparation is essential, you must not try to memorise your answers in advance. If you do so, the interviewer will be able to recognise that you have and you will make a bad impression. Furthermore, if you are asked about something that you have not prepared for, you will be at a loss for words, creating an even worse impression.

4. Be honest: Do not falsify any information or leave anything out in response to a question. If you are caught being dishonest, your application is likely to be rejected outright.

5. Be yourself: Do not try to appear to be anything that you are not – whether this is in terms of mentioning skills or interests that you do not possess, or even using words that you do not understand or a fake accent. 

For all your dreams to study in Canada; from applying to universities to acing the visa interview, the Goreto Education Consultants are available at all times for proper guidelines and friendly assistance.

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