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Working in Canada

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  • Benefits of being a graduate from Canada

    Canadian education is recognized worldwide and some of the world's most notable leaders and figures are alumni of Canadian schools. Should you be interested in migrating to Canada, studying at a post-secondary institution there may help with your application. Spouses or common-law partners of full-time students may choose to apply for work permits while their significant others pursue their education.

  • Part-time Jobs

    Your eligibility to work while studying in Canada depends on your academic performance, along with the type of program you are enrolled to; programs that last less than 6 months would disqualify you from having a valid work permit.

    The Off-Campus Work Permit Program allows you to work for a maximum of 20 hours during the academic year. However, during scheduled breaks and holidays, you will be authorized to work full time. On the other hand, working within the campus does not require a work permit.

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Schools in Canada

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Study in Canada

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Life in Canada

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