Regent College is on the list of Designated Learning Institutions with an approved COVID-19 Readiness Plan.
Before travelling, please review the Government of Canada's latest travel advisories, available here.
Who is an international student?
Regent students come from all around the world. In a normal term, we typically host students from 6 continents and dozens of countries. You are an international student if you are not a Canadian citizen, have not been granted official permanent resident status in Canada, and plan to enter Canada using a study permit.
If you are an international student, you may be impacted by travel restrictions imposed by the Government of Canada. This section outlines what you need to know before you travel to Canada.
Can international students come to Canada?
Regent College is on the list of Designated Learning Institutions with a COVID-19 Readiness Plan. This means that Regent's international students are permitted to enter the country on a study permit.
Please review the Government of Canada's website to learn about any travel restrictions that may apply to you, including vaccination, testing, quarantine, and travel bans.
You can learn more about the general requirements for entering Canada as a student at https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/study-canada.html.
To learn more, visit our Travelling to Canada page.
Note: While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained on this website, this is a constantly changing situation. For up-to-date news and guidance, please visit the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control, review the latest news from BC's provincial government, and review the latest directives from BC's Provincial Health Officer. Those contemplating travel to or from Canada should also carefully review the Government of Canada's travel restrictions.