Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) again to facilitate International students with the post-graduate work permit (PGWP).
Earlier we have seen numerous measures have been taken by IRCC. They allowed educational institutes to use online platforms just to continue their process. A post-graduate work permit is one of the key facilities that students from abroad looking forward to, considering that point they even assure colleges and universities that online classes won’t hamper the PGWP of these students.
Now regarding the online classes or the students who enrolled for the online classes for the Sept’2020 intake, IRCC introduced some new measures.
Three major changes which we’re about to tell you:
- Students may now study online from abroad until April 30, 2021, with no time deducted from the length of a future post-graduate work permit, provided 50% of their program of study is eventually completed in Canada.
- Students who have enrolled in a program that is between 8 and 12 months in length, with a start date from May to September 2020, will be able to complete their entire program online from abroad and still be eligible for a post-graduation work permit.
- Students who have enrolled in a program with a start date from May to September 2020 and study online up to April 30, 2021, and who graduate from more than one eligible program of study, may be able to combine the length of their programs of study when they apply for a post-graduation work permit in the future, as long as 50% of their total studies are completed in Canada.
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