I was wondering if there is any difference in the rejection rules if you are applying for a graduate or an undergraduate degree.
Thinking this because, if i gather correctly they do want more skilled educated people to settle in canada and those who r applying for higher degrees fill this criteria more.
Anyone who also thinks this when they got their visa rejected pls comment
Interesting Post ! Well, I think there is no difference between PG and UG visa success rates. But yes there is one thing which goes in favour of PG Students. As you might be aware, getting into a Grauduate program on a University level is not a cake walk. You must have some strong credentials like Academics, GPA, GMAT (if applicable), strong SOP, CV, Work Experience etc. Only good students (or atleast above average) manage to get into a ranked University.
So, I have 'no doubt' these factors play huge role in Graduate applicant visa success.