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International Students

Some of Our Recent International Students 

Immigration Consultant 

The Canadian Health and Business College will be issuing an official Letter of Acceptance to prospect student(s) before applying for a Study Permit in their country of origin.

The student must visit personally the nearest Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) or Canadian Immigration/Embassy, High Commission or Consulate to obtain Study Permit and/or Temporary Resident Visa.

For more information regarding application, processing time and obtaining Study Permit and/or Temporary Resident Visa, please visit Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada website at

The College has Licensed Immigration Consultant that International Students can avail of the services. These Immigration Consultants are Licensed under Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). Check legitimacy of these Consultants to


Further, the College is aware of the Bill C-35 and quoted: Bill C-35, An Act to Amend the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (formerly called the Cracking Down on Crooked Consultants Act) received Royal Assent on March 23, 2011 and is coming into force on June 30, 2011. More information can be found:

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Arriving at Calgary

International students will be picked up by the Homestay Coordinator from the College and will bring to the host family. They will be advised to attend the general orientation conducted one day before classes start. The College will hand in the handbook and sign documents with the presence of the host family.

Host Greeting Guests

Homestay and Host

As a Canadian Health and Business College student, we provide a safe, coming homestay family and environment in which to learn, grow secure and well and fonder.

School Teacher

International Student Services

The College also offers the following services to the new-arrived students.


1. CHBC Student Mentorship Program. This program aims to help and socialize with the students in terms of:

          a. Regular monthly coaching
         b. Welcome new students to the CHBC community/family
         c. Provide peer-involvement in adapting to Calgary and the School
         d. Building strong connections to the new students and the current students of CHBC

2. Students are also encouraged to connect to CCISS for more programs. =Centre for Canadian International Student Services.

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