飞出国：加拿大留学需要体检，如果是在境外申请的，申请前就可以先体检 加拿大签证体检要求 Canada Visa medical requirements 。
When is a medical examination required?
If you are requesting a work permit to allow you to work in a designated occupation, such as the field of health services or with children, you must complete and pass a medical exam before you submit your application for a work permit. Examples of designated occupations include hospital staff, clinical laboratory workers, patient attendants in nursing and geriatric homes, and medical students admitted to attend Canadian universities. Find out more by checking the Medical examination requirements for temporary residents.
If you want to work in agricultural occupations, a medical examination will be needed if you have visited or lived in a designated country or territory for more than six months during the past year. Check the list of designated countries or territories.
Note: When medical results are submitted up-front, routine cases benefit from faster processing since we do not have to request them at a later date. This is done at your own cost and does not influence the final decision on your application. If you choose to have an upfront medical exam, you must submit proof that you completed the medical examination with your application. Failure to do so may result in processing delays.
You may either:
- undergo an upfront medical examination by contacting a Panel Physician; or
- wait until your application is reviewed and medical instructions are provided to you by the Case Processing Centre.
Get the instructions to complete the medical examination.