DO YOU WANT TO WORK IN CANADA?
You can do this during your course of study if your Study Permit is associated with a vocational or university course.
There are study & work programs in Canada, offered by career colleges, and public colleges. You can enroll in a vocational course at a college that includes work experience or an internship as part of the study program.
Courses that offer a work experience together with the study path are called “co-op” and are designed to give the students the chance to apply their skills directly in the workplace.
|Language course (less than 6 months)||No||No||–||Private school|
|Language course (more than 6 months)||Tourist Visa / Study Permit||No||–||Private school|
|Professional course||Study Permit||Yes – part-time during the course||Professional internship||Private school|
|Professional Diploma||Study Permit||Yes – part-time during the course||Open work Visa||Public school|
|Undergraduate degree||Study Permit||Yes – part-time during the course||Open work Visa||Public school / University|
|Masters||Study Permit||Yes – part-time during the course||Open work Visa||University|
To participate in any of these programs you’ll need a valid Study Permit.
Another prerequisite to enter a professional course is an intermediate level of English (B2), preferably certified (IELTS, TOEFL or equivalent).
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