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Canada offers various post secondary programs for International students. They are as follows:
These are students who come in from other countries outside Canada to study and get a certificate.
Canada as a country operates different Post secondary institutions for International students. These Post secondary schools are as follows:
Colleges: Programs offered in colleges are Certifications, Diploma, Advanced diploma and Post graduate diploma. Some colleges also work in affiliation with Universities in Canada to offer Bachelor’s degrees.
Universities: Programs offered in Universities are Certifications, Diploma, Bachelor’s degrees, Post graduate diploma, Masters degree and PhD.
These are institutions that have been approved by the Canadian government for International students to study and obtain a Post graduate work permit.
POST GRADUATE WORK PERMIT
This is a work permit obtained at the end of a study program in Canada by International students. It helps international students regularise their stay in Canada.
NOTE: Not all designated learning institutions and not all programs of study make you eligible for the Post Graduation Work Permit.
Study program in Canada is in two parts, School application and Visa application.
The first step is securing a school application. This is followed by Payment of tuition fees. The tuition fee receipt plays a very vital role in getting a Study Visa.
These are the points to Consider before you start a school application.
Tuition Fees: The tuition fee of schools in Canada depends on the province of study. Provinces like Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia have high tuition fees.
Course of Study: Choosing a course of study in a Canadian school is determined by your previous course of study OR your present career.
Province of Study: The Province of study determines the cost of living which includes the cost of Accomodation. Provinces like Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, NewFoundland, Prince Edward Island are very affordable.
Transcript: You need a transcript to process a post-secondary application especially for those with a previous post-secondary education. For students who are fresh graduates from high school, they need to present a high school certificate.
Language Proficiency: Canada is a bilingual country which means they speak two different languages, English and French. Countries that do not speak either languages are expected to write a language proficiency test, IELTS English test or French test. For more information on the IELTS test, (click here).
Provincial Program: The ultimate aim of studying in Canada is to obtain a Permanent Resident. Your province of study goes a long way of determining that.
To get started with a Canadian study program, click here
The post-graduate work permit (PGWP) is a document that allows international students who have graduated from a designated learning institution (DLI) in Canada to work in Canada on a temporary basis. The PGWP allows you to gain valuable work experience in Canada and may help you qualify for permanent residence in the future. The PGWP is determined by the duration of your study. A two years program gets one a three year PGWP while a One year study program gets one a one year PGWP.
Eligibility for the PGWP are as follows:
The post-graduate work permit (PGWP) is a document that allows international students who have graduated from a designated learning institution (DLI) in Canada to work in Canada on a temporary basis. The PGWP allows you to gain valuable work experience in Canada and may help you qualify for permanent residence in the future.
To be eligible for the PGWP, you must have:
To apply for the PGWP, you must submit an application to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) within 90 days of receiving written confirmation that you have completed your program of study. You will need to provide supporting documents, including proof of graduation, proof of your study permit, and a valid passport.
If your application is approved, you will receive a PGWP, which will allow you to work in Canada for up to three years. You can work in any occupation and do not need a job offer to apply. However, you must work for an employer who is authorised to hire foreign workers.
The PGWP is a great opportunity for international students to gain work experience in Canada and potentially qualify for permanent residence in the future