For those of you who were not able to attend our recent Post Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) session, we are happy to announce that we are hosting a second (make-up) information session on work permits for graduating students. This session will cover your options for working in Canada after you complete your program, including eligibility requirements [...]
Are you an international student who would like to stay permanently in Canada? Did you know that there are number of pathways to permanent residence (PR), and that you do not necessarily need to have Canadian work experience to be eligible? Schulich’s own Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC), Ann Welsh, who recently joined the team [...]
Thinking about the April 2018 Study Tour to Chile/Peru? You'll be packing your bags after reading this list!
The International Relations team is hiring! Work as an Academic Peer Support this year.
Schulich's International Relations Office hosted multiple work permits and PR sessions this year in February and March for international graduating students who want to learn more about work permits and immigration alternatives post-degree. Due to a high volume of inquiries from international students, they will provide one final information session on the topic. Don't miss out! [...]
Access one-on-one English language support on your assignments and cases this term. Here's how!