Info Session: Work Permits for Graduating Students

Schulich's International Relations Office will continue to host info sessions for students who want to learn more about work permits and immigration alternatives post-degree. If you missed our previous sessions, we will be hosting the same two sessions again at the end of March. Please register as early as possible. Everyone is welcome to attend. In [...]

2017-03-14T13:45:35+00:00 March 24th, 2017|Tags: , |

Work Permit/PR Information Sessions for International Students

The International Relations Office will host two sessions in January for Masters-level international students at Schulich who want to learn more about how to navigate information on work permits post-graduation and permanent residency alternatives available to you now or post degree. In the first session, you will find out how to navigate CIC/IRCC information related to [...]

Work Permit Information Session for Graduating Students

Are you an international student that is graduating this year? Find out how to navigate CIC information related to the post-graduation work permit, understand the timeline for working full-time, and how this fits with your program requirements (including 601/602 for MBA/IMBA). Resources for work permits for spouses and permanent residency alternatives will also be shared at [...]

2015-01-08T15:24:56+00:00 January 8th, 2015|Categories: International|Tags: , , , , |

Work Permits for Graduating Students Information Session: March 21

Are you an international student that is graduating this year? Find out how to apply for the Post-Graduate Work Permit (PGWP), what to do if your SIN number expires, when you are eligible to work full-time (and how this fits with your 601). Work permits for spouses and permanent residency alternatives will also be discussed at [...]

2014-03-13T11:45:43+00:00 March 13th, 2014|Categories: International|Tags: , , , |

Work Permit Information for Graduating Students

Are you an international student that is graduating this year? Find out how to apply for the Post-Graduate Work Permit (PGWP), what to do if your SIN number expires, when you are eligible to work full-time (and how this fits with your 601). Work permits for spouses and permanent residency alternatives will also be discussed at [...]

2013-02-07T13:16:27+00:00 February 7th, 2013|Categories: International|Tags: , , , , |