work in Saskatchewan

Post-Graduation Work Permit

An open work permit, a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) lets you work anywhere in Canada for any employer for up to three years after you graduate. Only students who are eligible, wants to stay in Saskatchewan and work can apply. PGWP helps international graduates transition to PR status by gaining Canadian work experience. Usually, the timeline to apply is within 180 days of receiving written confirmation of completion of study program. To be eligible, A student must have/ have done...

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International Student Worker

If you are interested in this stream, you would need to have graduated from a recognized post-secondary institution in Saskatchewan (or in Canada), have a permanent and full-time job offer from an approved employer, minimum language score of Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 4 and work experience with no lower than 6 months of paid employment. It is expected that a new graduate might not have a long range of work experience, hence the following job modes also count as work...

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Interview Preparation

You got invited for an interview, congratulations! It could only mean that you were able to make an impression and the recruiters would like to go to the next stage with you. As you prepared hard to get noticed, you have to do more so as to land the role. Let’s read on how to prepare for your interview. Expect this statement: “Tell me about yourself”. Be prepared with the right answer. You don’t need a life story, your possible...

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Resumes and Cover Letters

It’s typical for companies to ask for both a résumé and a cover letter when you’re applying for a job. Your cover letter should, in three to four paragraphs, describe your qualifications for the position and persuade the hiring manager to schedule an interview. These two documents are basically the way to sell yourself to potential employers and recruiters before they see you or hear you speak hence you want to take the effort to stand out, especially since you...

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International Graduate Entrepreneur Pathway

The International Graduate Entrepreneur Category is a sub-stream of the Entrepreneur Category. Through the SINP Entrepreneur Program, international students graduating from a Saskatchewan institution and their family can start, acquire, or partner in a business in Saskatchewan. Applicants in the category are required to be actively involved in managing the business, while residing in Saskatchewan. Depending on the category, an applicant may be required to pay a non-refundable application fee. Steps In The Process There are four steps to take...

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