There is no specific age limit for a study visa in Canada, however, the requirements and the process to obtain the visa may vary depending on the age of the applicant.
Adults who are applying for a study permit are typically required to provide proof of their language proficiency, proof of financial support, and proof of acceptance into a designated learning institution (DLI) in Canada. They also need to undergo a medical examination and a security clearance.
Minors (below the age of 18) are also required to meet the above-mentioned requirements, but they may also need to provide additional documents such as a letter of consent from their parents or guardians. Depending on the province or territory in Canada where they will be studying, they may also need to provide proof of custodianship arrangements.
It’s important to note that every individual’s situation is different and the visa officer will take into consideration the applicant’s age and circumstances when assessing the application. It’s always best to check with the nearest Canadian Visa office or the Government of Canada website for the most up-to-date information and requirements for a study visa in Canada.