Most students are looking for this particular point, which is what spoils the friendliness between the Immigration Department and those wishing to study and immigrate to Canada, points 1 and 2 are the conditions for working with the study:
- have a valid study permit, are studying full-time, or have been registered to study at a designated higher education-level educational institution, or in a secondary education vocational program (in Quebec).
- or you are studying in an academic, vocational or apprenticeship program in order to obtain a university degree, diploma or professional certificate. The duration of study in the program should not be less than 6 months.
You can get to work for 20 hours a week without the need for a license, so do not take illegal methods, complete your studies and you will get a job and then permanent residence, so why complicate matters for longer years by burning the stages?
There may be work within the educational institution in which you are registered for full-time study, and you may also work full-time during scheduled holidays, such as summer and winter holidays or spring breaks.
You can also work on campus without a work permit if you have a valid study permit, or you are a full-time student in:
First: In a private post-secondary institution that operates under the same rules and regulations as public institutions, and receives at least 50 percent of its total funding from government grants (only private educational colleges in Quebec are currently eligible for this requirement).
Second: a post-secondary public institution, such as a college or university, or the College of Public Business (CEGEP) in Quebec.
Third: A Canadian private institution licensed to award degrees under the provincial law.
Types of work for students in Canada:
Your opportunity may be great for the university itself, such as working in the library, working in the university department, registration office, sports centers, or in university residences. Provides certain services on campus. Students can work any number of hours without a work permit as long as they have a student permit and SIN.
2-Work off campus
These are jobs outside the university limits such as restaurants, cafes, gas stations, and various stations. In this case, he must abide by the conditions of work.
3-Working in Cooperative Education
Consider working as part of a program of study, in which case your teaching and science training is for on-campus or off-campus work, and you must obtain a special "Cooperative Work Permit" and send a special letter telling your colleges that this work is part of an educational program.
These are the best websites for students to find a job: