We have noticed an interesting correlation between study permit approval rate and applicant age.
The approval rate for applicants between 20 and 25 was 15.6% lower than the approval rate for
applicants under 20, but applicants over 30 had a rate just 2.8% lower than applicants between 25 and
30. Students under 20 were nearly twice as likely to be approved for a study permit (73.4%) as students
over 30 (40.8%) last year.

A visa officer would generally look favorably upon an applicant with a degree
in business administration looking to pursue a Master of Accounting. But if the same applicant were
looking to enroll in a general business certificate program, they would likely attract additional scrutiny.
After remaining largely stable from 2017 to 2018, study permit approval rates for all applicants fell 6.3%
between 2018 and 2019. Rates declined further in the first seven months of 2020 as students had
difficulty obtaining necessary documentation due to COVID-19 lockdown protocols.

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