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There are many reasons why more than 400,000 International Students chose to live and study in Canada each year. Read More
Canada launched Express Entry in 2015 in order to move from a "first-come, first-served" immigration system to one that selected candidates with the best chance of economic success. Read More
On January 1, 2015, the Government of Canada implemented the Express Entry Immigration system under the Economic Class including the Federal Skilled Worker Program. Read More
Foreign nationals from visa-exempt countries arriving in Canada by air are required to obtain an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) prior to their trip. This is a requirement whether they want to visit the country or only to pass through in transit. Read More
The Express Entry Job Bank is an online job site created by Employment and Social Development Canada. The site helps match Canadian employers with Express Entry Candidates. Read More
Once the Canadian government considers an applicant’s online Express Entry profile to be eligible for the Express Entry program, the applicant will be placed into the Express Entry candidate pool. Read More
There are many options available to you after you have completed your study in Canada program. Read More
If you’re looking to gain valuable international work experience while you attend school in Canada, a co-op or internship program might be right for you! Read More
In order to apply for skilled immigration under the Federal Skilled Worker program, an applicant must meet the following requirements Read More
An open work permit allows a foreign national to work for any Canadian employer he/she wants over a specified period of time. Read More
The Nova Scotia Study and Stay program specifically targets international students from China, India and the Philippines, providing them with support for the duration of their courses to help them develop a successful career in the province. Read More
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