How does it work?
The Canadian government has implemented various study programs that allow international students to combine their studies with job opportunities. These programs are designed to encourage economic immigration and offer students an academic and work experience in Canada. The most outstanding program is:
Co-op and Internship Programs: Many Canadian educational institutions offer co-op (cooperative education) and internship programs as part of their curriculum. These programs allow students to combine academic education with work experience in their field of study. Students have the opportunity to apply their theoretical knowledge in a real work environment and gain practical skills while working for Canadian companies or institutions.
That is, you can work during ALL your program. It usually works in this way:
What is needed to apply to one of these universities?
First of all, you have to understand that the requirements may vary depending on the university you apply.
Knowing this, we list the first steps to follow to begin with this new stage:
⚪ High School degree
⚪ Certify economic solvency for canada
⚪ Contact Uvanu for advice throughout the process