It is possible to study in Canada after completing your 10th grade, but the requirements and options for doing so will depend on your individual circumstances.
In Canada, high school education typically goes up to grade 12 and completing 10th grade alone would not make you eligible for post-secondary education programs such as college or university. However, there are some options for you to continue your education in Canada:
- Pre-college or high school programs: You can apply to a pre-college or high school program at a designated learning institution (DLI) in Canada, which will allow you to complete your high school education and prepare you for post-secondary education.
- Vocational training: You can also look into vocational training programs which are shorter, hands-on programs that can give you a specific set of skills for a particular trade or profession.
- Language courses: If you wish to improve your English or French language skills, you can look into language courses, which are short-term programs designed to improve your language proficiency.
However, these options are available only if you are under 18 and have a legal guardian in Canada. otherwise, you would need to have an education evaluation done by an authorized institution in Canada, which would have to determine the level of your education.
It is important to note that the process of getting a study permit for Canada is different for high school students than for post-secondary students. You would need to check the official website of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for more information on the specific requirements for high school students and to confirm if you meet the eligibility criteria.
In general, you would need to provide the acceptance letter from a DLI, proof of sufficient funds to cover expenses, meet the language requirements and pass a medical examination if required.