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Canada has implemented changes to work permits which allow
post-graduate students to stay in the country much longer!
Under the old rules, a foreign post-graduate student had only 90 days after graduation to find a job which was in their field of the degree which they studied. Now International students can obtain a work permit to remain in Canada for three years without any restrictions on the kind of employment they choose!
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This gives foreign students the right amount of time to establish themselves in Canada and begin their career which will allow them to apply for residency and have a greater chance of success with Citizenship and Immigration Canada. In fact, all future international graduates with at least one year of Canadian work experience in managerial, professional, or technical positions during their 3 year work permit will be able to apply to stay permanently in Canada through the Immigration class called Canadian Experience Classification.
University Admissions professionals and businesses across Canada celebrated the new laws which came into effect June 2008 and apply immediately. The influx of new foriegn students this will attract means that Canada will continue to attract the best minds in the world and Canada's educational institutions and workplaces will all benefit. It will also be much less stressful for international students as it gives you much more time to find the right career for you.
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Did you know that last year 63,673 international students came to Canada to study at some of the countries top educational institutions? That's a 4.6% increase over last year!
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