How to register?

Registration Steps

Please follow the steps below to register in the program. 

Please complete the Application Form and send it by e-mail to international@csviamonde.ca with the following documents:

  • certified true copies of report cards from the last two years and the current year;
  • certified copies of a translation into French or English of the report cards;
  • attestation or certificate showing the level of proficiency attained in French;
  • photocopy of the student’s passport and birth certificate;
  • reference letter from a school principal or teacher who knows the student well;
  • immunization form;
  • immunization record;
  • two (2) declarations of custody signed by the parents in their country of origin and by the person having legal custody in Canada;
    form for the homestay family (if the student will not be residing with a family member).

Please submit the application and pay the file review fee of $500 CDN through the online payment service Flywire (csviamonde.flywire.com).

Time required to review the file

An acknowledgment of receipt giving the status of the application for admission will be sent within 48 working hours following receipt of the application.

If the application is complete (including the processing fee), please allow three working days for the application to be processed and for receiving a response.

Additional time may be required if more information or details are needed, or if the student must be interviewed remotely (through Skype, for example).

There are two possible responses:

  • The application is turned down because it does not meet the admission requirements. The process will then end at this stage.
  • The application is accepted in principle and the student can proceed with the next step.

Payment of a minimum of 50% of the tuition fees through the online payment service Flywire (csviamonde.flywire.com).

The applicant submits to Viamonde International the documents pertaining to the homestay accommodations provided by the agency offering the service (chosen by the family or by an independent R agency such as Homestay) and pertaining to the legal custody:

  • the application for homestay accommodations of the agency providing the service (if this agency has legal custody and represents the student’s interests in Canada, it will also issue its own notarized statement of legal custody);
  • the appointment of parental custody or legal guardianship*;
  • the student’s participation agreement;
  • the consent and authorization forms of the agency providing the homestay accommodations service;
  • an up-to-date immunization record. Please click here to find out the vaccination requirements for enrolling in one of our schools and for completing the form online.

These documents can be sent by e-mail or by regular mail.

If students are planning to stay in Canada with a family member or a person designated by their family, their guardian must, as required by Immigration Canada, provide Viamonde International with a notarized declaration signed by the parents in their country of origin and by the people designated by the parents to have legal custody of their child in Canada.

Viamonde International will send a letter of acceptance allowing students to obtain a permit to study in Canada.

In order to obtain a study permit, students must take the letter of acceptance and legal custody document to a Canadian visa office in their country or the closest one to them (for a list of offices, click here). In some countries, it is possible to submit an application online (click here).

Depending on the country, the application for a study permit will be processed within 2 to 15 weeks. It is therefore very important to apply for a study permit as soon as your file is complete (registration with Viamonde, accommodations, payment and legal custody).

Viamonde International can in no way influence the process or the processing time.

Once applicants have obtained a study permit, they must send a scanned copy by e-mail to international@viamonde.ca. Students cannot study in Canada without a study permit.

Viamonde International can ask students to provide proof, among other things, that they:

  • are law-abiding and pose no security threat for Canada;
  • are in good health and are willing to undergo a medical examination, if need be;
  • will stay in Canada under the legal custody of a close family member or a caregiver acting as guardian (with notarized documents);
  • will abide by the terms and conditions of their permit to study in Canada.

For more details on this very important step, it is recommended to visit the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) website.

Important: It is also highly recommended to obtain a Canadian residence permit from CIC; this permit allows you to leave the country if necessary and to return without any problems.

Once students have received a study permit, they must send a copy to the Viamonde International office. The document can be sent:

Students must be sure to send the outstanding portion of the tuition fees through the online payment service Flywire (csviamonde.flywire.com).
Please note that the application will be considered complete only once the Viamonde International office has received proof that a study permit was granted and the tuition fees have been paid in full.