With a tuition of $12,692, you would need to show that you have minimum resources of $10,000 in additional funds.
The Government guide to study in Canada lists what can be used to document your finances.
You can prove your funds with:
- proof of a Canadian bank account in your name, if you have transferred money to Canada
- Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) from a participating Canadian financial institution
- proof of a student/education loan from a bank
- your bank statements for the past four months
- a bank draft that can be converted to Canadian dollars
- proof you paid tuition and housing fees
- a letter from the person or school giving you money or
proof of funding paid from within Canada, if you have a scholarship or are in a Canadian-funded educational program.
Minimum funds needed to support yourself as a student
Amount of funds required per year (additional to the tuition): $10,000 ($11,000 for Quebec)
Amount of funds required per month (additional to the tuition): $833 ($917 for Quebec)
If the funds are not in an account owned by you, you should provide evidence that they are available to you.