读 DLI 的课程的能否毕业后获得 PGWP 里面会有说明。
post-graduation work permit (PGWP)
Who can apply for a post-graduation work permit?
To get a post-graduation work permit, you must:
- be 18 or older when you apply
- have continuously studied full-time in Canada in a study program at least eight months long
- have a document from your school (transcript, official letter, certificate, etc.) that confirms you completed and passed all your program requirements
- have graduated from a:
- public post-secondary school, such as a college, trade/technical school or university, or CEGEP in Quebec or
- private post-secondary school that operates under the same rules as public schools (currently applies only to certain private post-secondary institutions in Quebec) or
- private secondary or post-secondary school (in Quebec) that offers qualifying programs of 900 hours or longer, leading to a diplôme d’études professionnelles (DEP) or an attestation de spécialisation professionnelle (ASP) or
- Canadian private school that can legally award degrees under provincial law (for example, Bachelors, Masters or Doctorate degree) but only if you are enrolled in a study programs leading to a degree as authorized by the province
- apply for a work permit within 90 days of when it was confirmed that you completed your program and
- have a valid study permit when you apply for the work permit.
You aren’t eligible to apply for a PGWP if you:
- studied in a program that was less than eight months long
- studied for more than eight months but not continuously (for example, you took a semester off)
- took part in a Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship Program funded by Global Affairs Canada (GAC)
- took part in a Government of Canada Awards Program funded by GAC
- had funding from GAC
- took part in the Equal Opportunity Scholarship, Canada-Chile
- took part in the Canada-China Scholars Exchanges Program
- took part in the Organization of American States Fellowships Program
- completed a study program by distance learning either from abroad or from within Canada or
- already had a post-graduation work permit following any other program of study.
If you are in any of these groups, you may be eligible for a post-graduation work permit :
If you were enrolled in a study program that is normally eight months long but you finished in six months, you may be eligible.
Transfers between schools
If you transferred between designated learning institutions (DLIs) , the combined length of your studies must have been at least eight months to be eligible.
Transferring from a school that is not a DLI to one that is: if you started studying at a school that wasn’t designated, and transferred and completed your program at a DLI, only the time studying at the DLI will be counted.
Studying part-time during the final academic session
If you meet all the requirements, but during your last academic session you studied part-time, you are still eligible to apply for a post-graduation work permit.
To be eligible, a flight instructor must:
- have completed a flight training course at a Canadian training centre and now have a Canadian commercial pilot’s license or
- have or be in the process of getting an instructor’s rating and a job offer as a flight instructor from a flight training centre.
Visit Transport Canada for a list of their regulated flight schools.
Graduates of certain Quebec schools
Quebec graduates of vocational and professional training programs must meet these conditions:
You must have graduated from a recognized:
- public secondary school
- private secondary school or a
- private post-secondary school.
Learn about recognized schools in Quebec.
Degrees, diplomas and certificates
To be eligible, degrees, diplomas and certificates must be issued by the Quebec government. These include:
- From public or private secondary schools
- Diplôme d’études professionnelles (DEP) (Diploma in Vocational Studies)
- Attestation de spécialisation professionnelle (ASP) (Attestation of Vocational Specialization)
- From private post-secondary schools
- Diplôme d’études collégiales (DEC) (Diploma in College Studies)
- Attestation d’études collégiales (AEC) (Attestation of College Studies)
The program you attended and completed must have been full-time, and for at least eight months (or 900 hours).
- hold a valid study permit or be allowed to study without a study permit and
- be 18 or older when you apply
You must include these documents with your PGWP application:
- the certificate or official document that confirms you completed your program, or official transcript from a Quebec school board or recognized private school
- an official letter from the school that confirms the length of the study program (in hours or months) and the program code
You aren’t eligible for a PGWP if you:
- took distance learning programs or
- have previously been issued a PGWP.
How long is a post-graduation work permit valid?
How long the post-graduation work permit is valid for depends on the length of your study program. If your program was:
- less than eight months
- you aren’t eligible for a PGWP
- more than eight months but less than two years
- your PGWP may be valid for up to the same length as your study program (for example, if you studied for nine months, a work permit may be issued for up to nine months)
- two years or more
- a PGWP may be issued for three years
- more than one program
- a PGWP may be valid for up to three years, for example, if you finished a diploma or degree from an eligible school in Canada, and within the next two years you get a one-year graduate degree or diploma from an eligible school in Canada.