just want to share this from CIC website...
Other information related to a decision on a study permit application
In assessing an application for a study permit an officer may also consider factors such as:
The length of time that the client will be spending in Canada;
The means of support;
Obligations and ties in home country;
Compliance with other requirements of the Act and Regulations applicable to students/temporary residents.
If an application for a study permit is not approved, the CIC visa officer will provide the client with a letter explaining why an application has been refused. A study permit application might be refused for several reasons including:
Not providing sufficient proof that an individual has enough money to support oneself while studying in Canada, and to return to their country of residence;
Not satisfying the visa officer that there is an intention to study in Canada;
Not satisfying the visa officer that the individual will leave Canada at the end of their period of authorized stay.
Not submitting all required documentation; and
Not satisfying the officer that the applicant has answered all material questions truthfully as required by Section 16(1) of IRPA.http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/institutions/intent.asp
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