How to become a Recruitment Agent
We are looking for representatives who will proactively promote Louis Riel School Division and recruit international students from around the world. We have a network of authorized and registered agents that help students from around the world have access to Canadian education. If your agency is interested in representing the Louis Riel School Division, please contact us for further information: email@example.com
Louis Riel School Division (LRSD) is a designated education provider in Manitoba, and must ensure that all education agents and recruiters abide by the International Education Act and the Code of Practice and Conduct Regulations established by the Manitoba Government.
LRSD shall terminate an agreement immediately if an authorized education agent of LRSD is found to be in contravention of the Act or the Code of Practice.
Louis Riel School Divisions (LRSD) works with designated agents from around the world to promote our schools and educational programs to prospective students and parents. Feel free to browse our booklet to learn more about our International Student Program. LRSD_ISP Booklet
Here are some resources for our agents all around the world.
ISP Presentation 2018-19
ISP Presentation 2018-19 Academic
ATC Presentation 2018-19 (Post Secondary)
ISP Foldout Booklet
Why LRSD?LRSD (ISP Division Options)LRSD (ISP Support System)
Secondary Full Year & Semester Program
Our program director provides custodianship for students who will be living with a homestay family arranged by Louis Riel School Division, at no additional costs. However, if the student's parents prefer to appoint a family friend or relative living nearby, to be the students custodian, two (2) documents need to be completed and submitted with the application form.
1. One document from the PARENT appointing a custodian in Winnipeg.
2. One document from the CUSTODIAN accepting custodianship responsibilities.
Each document must be translated into English and notarized by a lawyer or notary public in their home country.
You can find copies of this form online at:
***Students attending Kindergarten—grade 8, must live with a parent or someone who has been verified to be a family member or family friend in Louis Riel School Division catchment for the duration of their studies. If the parent is living with their child, no custodial document is required.
Tuition and Homestay Refund Guidelines
ISP Student Handbook
Permission to Travel
LRSD Independent Custodian's Responsibility 2019
WU GlobalPay for Students
All students coming to Canada to study need to obtain a Study Permit from their home country before travelling to Canada. Louis Riel School Division International Student Program will issue a letter of acceptance for this purpose upon application approval and payment of fees.
The application times at your local Canadian Consulate or Embassy office to process a study permit application could take several weeks or months. Please visit the office or the Citizenship & Immigration Canada website as soon as possible to ensure you will have sufficient time to apply.
Canadian Visa Requirements
In order to determine whether your students require a Visa to enter Canada, you can visit the Government of Canada Immigration And Citizenship Website at:
Study Permit/Visitor Visa
Note: if a student's Visa is denied, all fees are refundable other than the Application Fee. A copy of the Visa refusal letter from Canada Immigration is required when requesting a refund for this purpose.
Post-Secondary Technical/Vocational Program - Arts and Technology Centre (ATC)
Louis Riel School Division - Arts & Technology Center is proud to be a Designated Learning Institution. Our registration record is
DLI # O19708693987 (The first character is the letter O.)
To work after completing one of our post-secondary academic program, you are eligible to apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) that is valid from ten (10) months to up to three (3) years, depending on the duration of the academic program completed. To apply for a PGWP and want to work after completing your studies in Canada, please see the eligibility requirements.
ATC WebsiteATC Application Guide 2019
ATC Withdrawal Form
Terms and Conditions for ATC Students
ATC Programs Handbook
ATC Video Tuition Fees (Post Secondary)
Website Resources 2018
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada / Government of Canada
Manitoba Academic Information
High School Graduation Diploma Requirements
Student who successfully complete high school courses receive credits towards a Manitoba High School Diploma. A student must earn a minimum of 30 credits of compulsory and elective courses in grade 9, 10, 11 and 12 to meet graduation requirements. General courses and advanced courses are offered in all grades. If students have previously completed some high school in their home country, and are interested in pursuing a Manitoba High School Diploma, transcripts can be evaluated to determine how many Manitoba High School Credits can be assigned.
In most cases, students are placed in grades based on age appropriate placement.
Students are assigned school placements based on space and program availability. Students may make a request for a specific school when they submit their initial application form and every attempt will be made to accommodate your request if it is received prior to our acceptance deadline. However, Louis Riel School Division International Student Program reserves the right to make the final placement decision.
English as a Second Language (ESL)
An ESL assessment is done for every new student for whom English is not their first language. This assessment helps to determine the best program and course level for each student. Previous school transcripts are also reviewed to determine what grade has been completed in student's home country and the marks received.
ESL support is provided at no extra cost for international students who require additional language support. Specialized ESL support is provided in all the high schools in our school division.
Manitoba Government Student Guide
Manitoba Education and Training
Canada's Education Systems Chart
Graduation Requirements for English Program
Graduation Requirements for French Program
Post-Secondary Pathways in Canada
Winnipeg Helpful Links
2019 Visitor's Guide
41 Bucket List Restaurants
150 Things To Do in Manitoba
Volunteering in Manitoba
Indigenous Peoples of Manitoba
Click here to find a list of helpful links for your International Student experience.
Divisional Calendar 2019-2020
Louis Riel School Division MapLocate School in LRSD
It may also be helpful to review our high school handbooks. You can find these at the following links:
French Immersion Program(High School /Grade 9-12):
Collège Béliveau website
Collège Béliveau info sheet
Collège Béliveau School Photos
Collège Jeanne-Sauvé website
Collège Jeanne-Sauvé info sheet
Collège Jeanne Sauvé School Photos
English Program (High School /Grade 9-12):
Dakota Collegiate website
Dakota Collegiate info sheet
Dakota Collegiate School Photos
Dakota Collegiate Video
Glenlawn Collegiate website
Glenlawn Collegiate info sheet
Glenlawn Collegiate School Photos
J.H. Bruns Collegiate website
J.H. Bruns Collegiate info sheet
J.H. Bruns Collegiate School Photos
Nelson McIntyre Collegiate website
Nelson McIntyre Collegiate info sheet
Nelson McIntyre Collegiate School Photos
Windsor Park Collegiate website
Windsor Park Collegiate info sheet
Accredited Post-Secondary Technical/Vocational Program - Arts and Technology Centre (ATC):
Louis Riel Arts & Technology Centre
If you are interested in elementary school handbooks, visit our community of schools page to find the elementary school you are interested in.
International Recruitment Agents
Click here to see the list of authorized agents that ISP works with.