The candidates who study in Canada, and have a plan to stay and work in the country, after completing the graduation, need to ensure that both the course and institution selected by them are eligible. They meet the requirements to obtain the Post-Graduation Work Permit only they graduate from a learning institution designated to take up the program eligible for Post-Graduation Work Permit.
This program permits global students in staying and working in Canada
for eight to thirty-six months after they complete the graduation. The work permit
directly depends upon the length of the program, in case it is eligible. Additionally, the Time spent in working also counts towards forwarding the Canada PR
Moreover, the federal government website provides the list of designated learning institutions offering Post-Graduation Work Permit
The requirements of institutions and courses were always in place, but a recent investigation, by a newspaper, regarding the immigration consultancies threw a light on them. It also found that the immigration consultants
received noteworthy fees and promised the global students a path to gain permanent residence. Such students lot of money in consultancy and tuition fees to reach Canada and did not qualify for the Post-Graduation Work Permit
Post Graduation Work Permit: Applicants eligibility norms
Candidates have to be:
- 18 years or older.
- Continuously study in a full-time course in Canada that is of eight months duration.
- Complete and pass all program requirements.
- Apply in six months after completing the course.
Graduate from any of the following:
- Public school, (post-secondary) like a college, trade school, technical school, university, or CEGEP -Quebec.
- Private school (post-secondary) operating under similar rules like public schools.
- Private secondary/post-secondary school in Quebec offering a qualifying program of 900 hours that leads to a DEP or an ASP.
- A private school which can award a Bachelors/Masters or a Doctorate degree under provincial law leading to an authorized provincial degree.
The steps of the approach
The international students have to undergo a three-step process. Firstly, they hold a Study Permit pursuing full time education. Secondly, they are eligible for a Post Graduation Work Permit, and thirdly, they can make use of the experience for qualifying to get the Canada PR.
In December 2018, Canada had 572,415 Study Permit holders, which shows an increase of 16 percent over 492,425 in 2017.
The Study Permit holders increased by 180 percent during the last decade, because the governments recognized their benefits to the economy.
Additionally, such students are a great source of revenue for local schools, and they also pay higher tuition fees in comparison to their local counterparts.
Furthermore, another feature is that Canadian education is cheaper than in the U.S. the best universities provide a pathway to top much outgo. Indian and Chinese Students have a share of 55 percent among the international students.
The prevalent political climate in the US has made Canada an attractive option for international students. Canada has adopted the policy of welcoming them with open arms and this is a motivating factor for them. We provide similar information and interested persons can contact us for any detail.