Our staff will ensure that the program you select will qualify for obtaining a Post Graduation Work Permit (“PGWP”). Please note that a PGWP is only ever issued on one occasion, it is therefore extremely important to utilize this permit correctly. We occasionally deal with students who come to us after learning that the program they completed did not qualify PGWP because their education institution was not properly accredited for immigration purposes. It is therefore extremely important to select the right institution and the right program.

Canadian universities and colleges offer a wide variety of programs that meet labour market needs and are in high demand throughout the world. The programs that we recommend include, but are not limited to:

Degree Programs

Graduate studies:

• Master of Business Administration

• Master of Laws

• Master of Arts in various fields

• Master of Science

Diploma Programs

Post-graduate diplomas in:

• Physical Science

• Biology

• Chemistry

• Physics

• Anatomy/Physiology

Certificate Programs

Post-graduate certificates in:

• Accounting and Computer Applications

• Business Administration

• Dental Office Assistant

• Law Enforcement Foundations

• Massage Therapy

• Medical Laboratory Assistant/Technician

• Medical Office Administrator

• Network Administrator

• Office Assistant

Language Courses and Preparation for Language Proficiency Tests

Preparation for language proficiency tests:




English as a Second Language & Academic English classes focused on:

• Writing skills

• Grammar

• Vocabulary

• Critical Reading

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