Traveling to Canada to Study
Lost Boys | School of Visual Effects has welcomed students from many different countries including Canada, USA, Mexico, Brazil, Spain, Greece, Germany, Belgium, UK, Singapore, Taiwan and India. To learn more, visit Alumni.
Students from outside of Canada wishing to attend Lost Boys | School of Visual Effects will require a Student Visa issued by Canada Immigration. Eligibility is based on accepted application, proof of funds, criminal record check, health examination, and future intent. For more details, visit the sites listed below.
If you have concerns regarding you eligibility for a study permit, it may be beneficial to obtain an immigration consultant. There are several here in Vancouver or you could locate one in your home town. As they are government certified and specialize in this area, they often have better success with acceptance rates.
All students should have medical insurance coverage while studying in Canada. It is recommended that you make your own arrangements through private insurers before coming to Canada. Please refer to Student Insurer Ingle International or DCIS or another suitable Insurer of your choice. All residents of British Columbia, including students, are required to register for the BC Medical Services Plan (BC MSP), with eligibility commencing after three months of residency. Information is available through Lost Boys Studios | School of Visual Effects Admissions or at BC Medical Services Plan
English Language Studies in Vancouver
These are just a few of the schools available. Lost Boys | School of Visual Effects not affiliated with any of them nor does specifically endorse any particular school. ILSC CSLI Pacific Language Institute Canadian College of English Language