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Second program in Canada

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What are the benefits of enrolling in a second program in Canada?

Second Program In Canada More than 500 thousand international students immigrate to Canada every year for higher and quality education. And Canada also has been very welcoming to them. It is a pathway to a high standard of living for many. Moreover, these students can gain more benefits from enrolling in a second program in Canada. It opens a door to numerous opportunities that they wouldn’t obtain otherwise. So let us discuss the various benefits of enrolling in a second program here! Top 4 benefits of enrolling in a second program in Canada: 1. Longer post-graduate work permit – Students that are looking to stay longer in Canada should enroll in a second-year program. Because one year of study gives them only one year of post-graduate work permit. Whereas 2-3 years of study can give up to 3 years of PGWP. Most importantly, they get only one opportunity to apply for a PGWP. Hence, they should wisely extend their study plan if past work experience isn’t sufficient.     2. Boost CRS score – Canadian qualification holds a higher weightage for the PR (permanent resident) application. In other words, longer studies allow students to improve their CRS score. As a result, there is a greater possibility of getting selected in the express entry pool. Each additional level of education can earn them anywhere between 15 – 30 CRS points. And the higher the CRS score, the stronger is their PR application.   How to check CRS score? You can check CRS score here https://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/skilled/crs-tool.asp 3. Strengthen your profile – Along with a high CRS score, extending the study also helps them to improve their skill set. Its high quality of education prepares students to excel in this diverse cultural land. Longer studies can upgrade their skills to stay ahead in the competitive race. In addition, skill transferability can gain a maximum of 100 points. 4. Flexibility in switching career – Pursuing 2- 3 or more years of study in Canada can provide students better insights about making a career choice. Due to the exposure to wide career opportunities that help them switch roles or narrow down options. To summarize, getting themselves in a second program is the key to bountiful opportunities in Canada.  Furthermore, the extended study gives International students a firm stand in the competitive process and takes them closer to their Canadian PR dream. Are you an international student.....

Post Graduate Work Permit

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Post Graduate Work Permit Program explained

What is the Post Graduate Work Permit Program?  A Post Graduate Work Permit (PGWP) is an open work permit granted to international students who graduate from eligible Designated Learning Institutions (DLI). With the open work permit, students can gain Canadian experience in skill type 0, A, or B as defined by IRCC’s National Occupational Classification (NOC). After that candidates can apply for Canada’s Permanent Residency.   Due to the frequent changes in the PGWP program, there are many misconceptions and rumors about the Post Graduate work permit. Hence, we have made a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions about the Post Graduate Work Permit. Talk to a consultant about your PGWP application Table of Contents 1. How to be eligible for a PGWP? To be eligible for PGWP, a person must be/have the following: 18 years or older; A graduate from a DLI affiliated college and studied full-time in Canada for at least 8 months. A valid document from your school (transcript, official letter, certificate, etc.) that confirms you  passed all your program requirements in a Canadian college; Graduated from a: Public or private post-secondary school (including Quebec) Canadian private school that can legally award degrees under provincial law  Applied for a work permit within 180 days of when it was confirmed that you completed your program; and A valid study permit at some point during the 180 days before applying.  2. Who is not eligible for a PGWP?​ You may not be eligible for a Post-Graduation Work Permit if you: – Studied in a program that was less than eight months long;– Was a part in a Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship Program funded by Global Affairs Canada (GAC);– Had funding from GAC;– Participated in the Equal Opportunity Scholarship;– Completed a study program by distance learning either from abroad or from within Canada; and/or– Already was a PGWP holder by completing another program of study.– Studied at a non-designated learning institute in Canada 3. How long is a PGWP valid for? Less than 8 months – Not Eligible  More than one program less than 2 years – PGWP applicable up to the combined length of the program More than 2 years – PGWP applicable for up to 3 years  Check your PGWP validation 4. When can an application be submitted?​ Passed study program Have received a notification of eligibility Has a transcript or official letter Submitted application within 180 days  5. How is.....

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