You can work in Canada while you study in Canadian Tuition Free Universities too, as an international student, and for up to three years after graduation.
Getting Canadian work experience is an excellent way to build your career skills, develop language skills, make new friends, and earn some extra income.
However, many candidates don’t know how to get a work visa for Canada or how to apply for a study permit or working holiday permit. If you’re an international student and you want to work in Canada, you need to follow certain regulations and may require a work permit.
International students who wish to study in Canada for up to 6 months may need a Visitor’s visa depending on the country for which they hold a passport. Please check the list of Countries and Territories Whose Citizens Require Visas in order to enter Canada as visitors.
Students do not need a “Study Permit” for study programs that last 6 months or less. If you plan to study in Canada for longer than 6 months, you must obtain a Study Permit. Students may apply for a Study Permit even if they are going to study for 6 months or less. If students are coming for less than 6 months and are thinking of possibly extending their studies to more than 6 months, they should apply for a Study Permit in their home country. Students can extend their Study Permit from within Canada.
Work Permit for Internship or Coop Student
For some academic programs, work experience is part of the curriculum. Foreign students who wish to participate in a co-op or internship program must apply for a work permit as well as a study permit.
You must have Access to a scanner or camera to create electronic copies of your documents to upload, and A valid Contact address, to contact you when your application is accepted.
Now that all the information about Work and Study in Canada and the Application Form details has been delivered nicely; talented students and interested individuals can apply now.