WORK & STUDY CANADÁ
Study, work and succeed in Canada's two biggest and best cities, Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal.
Canada is repeatedly ranked as one of the best countries in the world to study, work and live.
Students who choose Canada get a quality education and earn internationally recognized credentials.
The International College program offers the skills you need to be ready for work, while perfecting your English.
The colleges are technical training courses taught in public and private schools in Canada. The teaching is eminently practical and work-oriented.
In Toronto and Vancouver, colleges are private institutions accredited by provincial and federal agencies, offering career-focused programs in business, sales, marketing and customer service.
In Montreal, government-approved programs allow a pathway to permanent residency.
Program duration: depending on the destination and the course selected, from 6 months to 2 years.
BRIGHT FUTURE MONTREAL PROGRAM
The Bright Future program opens doors to the best public and private institutions in Montreal, with direct access to courses approved by the Quebec government for the PEQ (Quebec Experience Program).
The Bright Future program is your first step to establishing yourself permanently in Canada.
When you start your DVS Diploma (Diploma of Vocational Studies), you will obtain your permission to work legally up to 20 hours per week for the duration of your program at the College.
Your spouse will receive an open work permit and your dependents between the ages of 5 and 17 will have access to the Canadian public education system free of charge.
Once you graduate, you will be able to obtain an open work permit and apply for the PEQ. You can then apply for permanent residence in Canada.
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International students enrolled in full programs of more than 26 weeks may obtain an off-campus job of up to 20 hours per week as part of their program of study. Outside of the study period, they may work up to 40 hours per week.