Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities

Working in Canada as a student is only possible if you apply for a work permit; otherwise international students can take up solely on-campus jobs. Applying for a work permit is of course very possible yet as you have to require allowance from the University or the educational institution you are enrolled in automatically, the working hours will be reduced due to the importance of your performance as a student as well as the range of jobs might be limited. However, when applying for the residency you have to show that you are able to pay for the University fees, living costs and additional costs without considering the wage of your part time employment in Canada.
Employment without a Permit

Canada is rather forthcoming when it comes to its international students. For those who are entirely focused in their studies, there are some small jobs that don’t require a work permit yet are rather poorly paid. On Campus employment In order...

Student Jobs during Studies

Commonly international students go for part time job like, cleaning, bartending, volunteer work or live-in-care types of work. Such jobs are minimum wage, paid commonly between 8-10 USD per day. If you are more interested in an academic career and...

Employment after Graduation

Once you have completed you education in Canada and choose to continue living and working there, many doors open to your boosting career. Several option in settling down in Canada are offered to students who achieve a Canadian degree. Pursuit...

Average Salary & Taxes

At first, students might not be rather satisfied with the minimum wage – jobs offered in this country however, they will help them survive the beginner’s chaos. Starting from scratch, not only the immigrants but also Canadian citizens themselves...

Workplace Culture and Behavior

As every other country, Canada has its formal code of essence in the workplace. Canadians are known to be rather liberal, where various types of behavior will be accepted yet the range depends widely on the type of workplace...

EDUCATION SYSTEM

Tertiary Education and Postgraduate Studies

Tertiary education in Canada is evolving with every year passing which makes Canada vastly appealing to international students. The system of education in the...
Alternatives for International students

Tertiary education in Canada is governed by regional organisms depending on the jurisdiction so there is no unified national system that rules the whole...

STUDYING IN CANADA

What does it Cost to Study in Canada

Once you decide to study in Canada, you will realize that it’s a great future investment; cost   and quality effective. Studying in Canada will...
Admission Requirements

In order to get admitted in a Canadian tertiary education institution there are requirements students will have to meet, whether it Is an undergraduate...

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Employment without a Permit

Canada is rather forthcoming when it comes to its international students. For those who are entirely focused in their studies, there are some small...
Student Jobs during Studies

Commonly international students go for part time job like, cleaning, bartending, volunteer work or live-in-care types of work. Such jobs are minimum wage, paid...