I am from a visa-exempt country and want to study in Canada for less than six months. Do I need an eTA?
You need to apply for an eTA if you are from a visa-exempt country and plan to travel to Canada by air.
You don’t need an eTA if you plan to travel by car, bus, train or boat (including cruise ships).
Note: you don’t need a study permit to study in Canada for less than 6 months.
Find out about study permit requirements.
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