Details on a return to campus for our international students will become clearer in late April, based upon federal and provincial advice. TRU’s plans will consider how to best support international students if they are not yet able to return.
Travel restrictions can change at any time. The final decision to allow you to enter Canada is at the discretion of a Canada Border Services Agency officer. Documents you should have include: a study permit approval (letter of introduction) or a valid study permit, a temporary resident visa or electronic travel authorization, a current letter of acceptance and proof you have enough money to support yourself and any family members who accompany you to Canada.
Study permits are processed and issued by Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). For information about study permits, please visit the IRCC website.
TRU provides supporting documents such as a letter of enrolment, letter of completion, transcripts and supporting letters. To request supporting letters, please click here. If you need your transcript, you can order your transcripts online.
For more information on student international travel during the pandemic see the Government of Canada website.
If you feel sick, please see our Health Screening page for more information. If 8-1-1 refers you to get tested for COVID-19, the fees will be covered by the Medical Services Plan. Interpretation services are available in multiple languages through 8-1-1 and at the Public Health Agency of Canada toll-free at 1-833-784-4397. HealthLinkBC offers mental health services.
If you are travelling to Canada, you must quarantine for 14 days. Visit the quarantine plan for international students to find out what is required.