International students subsidized through the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) grants or home country scholarship with return obligations will not be eligible for Opportunities Ontario unless such obligations have been fulfilled.
飞出国：OINP International Students with a Job Offer 类别（安省持有雇主offer的留学毕业生）只要求是加拿大合格院校毕业的，2年以上课程（有一半以上课程在加拿大完成的就认可），毕业不超过2年，且已经获得安省雇主 NOC 0，a，b 类别的工作 offer，申请费是 1500 加币。
The application fee for international students with a job offer is $1500.
To be eligible to apply, an International Student must have a job offer that meets the following criteria:
be a permanent, full-time job offer in a high-skilled occupation (NOC 0, A or B) that has been approved by the OINP through the Employer Pre-Screen Application, and
meets the entry-level wage levels in Ontario for that occupation (Information about wage levels in different occupations can be found on the Government of Canada Job Bank by selecting Explore Careers: Wages. Job Bank identifies “entry-level wage” as “low wage”).
The International Student must also:
have graduated from or have met the requirements of a full-time degree or diploma program at an eligible publicly-funded Canadian college or university that is at least two (2) years in length or a one year post-graduate certificate program, which requires a previous degree in order to qualify,
have completed at least half of their studies in Canada, and
apply within two years from the date on which they graduated.
Ontario employers must first submit a Pre-Screen Application to have the position they wish to fill approved by OINP.
Application Guide for Nominees: International Students with a Job Offer - Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program:
International students who have graduated from an eligible Canadian college or university with a minimum of a two-year diploma or degree program, obtained while studying on a full-time basis, can apply to Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program if they have a full-time permanent job offer.
One-year post-graduate degree programs and certificate programs, which require a previous degree or diploma (which may have been obtained abroad), are also eligible.
Note that part-time studies do not qualify. Preliminary or preparatory college certificate programs will not qualify.
Skilled trade certificate programs and continuing education programs will be considered on a case-by-case basis.