International visits must be planned carefully and the necessary permissions and appropriate immigration documentation obtained to ensure a visitor's smooth entry into Canada. Timelines for visa approvals are often lengthy and vary widely depending on the visitor's citizenship and country of residence.
This web site has been created to offer step-by-step guidance to academic visitors and the Queen's departments inviting them. Every effort will be made to ensure that the content is kept current. To suggest changes/updates or ask questions, please contact Monica Stewart,Faculty Recruitment and Support Program.
The Government of Canada supports international scholarship with various awards to assist non-Canadian faculty who are interested in study and research in Canada. For detailed information on available programs, go to the International Scholarships web site.
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