The institution could issue a Letter of Acceptance if the applicant is accepted. All of the components listed below must be included in the Letter of Acceptance for the Study Permit Application:
It is crucial to understand that receiving a Letter of Acceptance from a DLI does not ensure that your application for a study visa will be accepted. The IRCC has the authority to decide whether to accept a study permit application.
It's possible that some prospective students won't need a Letter of Acceptance.
A Letter of Acceptance that is sent to prospective students may state that admission to a study programme is conditional on passing a prerequisite course or study programme. A prospective student might need to complete an English as a Second Language or French as a Second Language course before enrolling in a more advanced study programme. In certain situations, a study permit is only given for the duration of the required programme. After successfully completing the requirement, a student may submit an application for another study permit for the subsequent study programme.
The renewal of a study permit normally does not call for a second Letter of Acceptance. However, the immigration official reviewing a request for a study permit renewal has the power to demand evidence that the applicant has complied with the original study permit's criteria. A note from the school confirming that the student has been actively pursuing his or her studies may be one way this shows up.