More than 150,000 students come to study in Canada every year and even more come to Canada to learn English or French. Canada actively seeks to retain its international graduates and provide a clear path to permanent residence. In Canada, international graduates receive a post-graduate work permit up to 3 years in length.
To secure admission to a college or university in Canada the following documents are required:
Full-time students enrolled on a course of study of at least one year are entitled to work a maximum of 20 hours per week during term time and full-time during scheduled breaks and summer holidays.
Post-Graduate Work Permit (Post-Study Work Visa)
Graduates from two-year programs at qualifying institutes receive a three-year Post-Graduate Work Permit.
Once you have a full-time permanent job offer you can apply for permanent residence through one of the provincial immigration programs. If you have one-year of skilled work experience you can apply for permanent residence through the Canadian Experience Class.
We will create a clear academic and career path for you which will also secure your long-term immigration status and citizenship. We will also assess your profile against more than 70 Canadian immigration programs to ensure that you secure Canadian permanent residence quickly and cost-effectively.