The Work and Study programme is unique for its combination of studying and working. Working makes up 50% of the time spent in Canada and is therefore an inevitable part of the programme. Moreover, having a student status, one is allowed to work part-time while studying already, and not just after the studies are completed.
Severalrestrictions have been made to the programme participation conditions since the 6th of June 2014. Most importantly, language course students are no longer eligible for a work permit which is why the programme is now restricted to professional course, college, and university students onle (see our blog for more information). What is also required in order to be admitted to the programme is your motivation and a sufficient level of English.
See the costs and expenses related to each type of a programme in the Pricelist section.
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The majority of programme participants are employed as restaurant or hotel staff, which are paid job positions. In case of an excellent level of English, our partners are able to provide the participants with an updaid internship in the desired field, which is a great contribution to your professional experience and your CV.
You are of course in no way limited to finding yourself a paid position in your desired field. However, you are more likely to succeed should you opt for a college or a university study, while the professional courses are usually binded with manual work.
See the costs and expenses related to each type of a programme in the Pricelist section. For more information regarding the Work and Study programme, please contact us by phone on +420 734 445 646 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org