Post-study work visas and the best countries to work in after studying

One of the appeals of studying abroad is the opportunity to experience a new work culture via a post-study work visa. According to the 2019 International Student Survey report from QS, when choosing a country to study in, 35% of respondents want to be able to get a work visa after graduation. In some circumstances, like in case of Canada, the right post-study work visa can be the first step towards becoming a permanent resident of the country that hosted you during your education.

If you’d like to stay abroad after your studies, these English-speaking countries offer the best work visa schemes for international students based on length of stay. READ MORE

Studies completed online from outside Canada will count towards PGWP eligibility

International students who are enrolled in a PGWP-eligible program, and meet all other PGWP criteria, can complete one part or even their entire program online from outside of Canada and still be eligible for a PGWP.

Away from all the negativity and bad memories of 2020, all we now need is some good news and positivity to make newer beginnings in 2021, so today we bring you very good news relating to studying in Canada. READ MORE

USA is replacing the current visa lottery system with a salary-based approach

The US Department of Homeland Security has issued a new final rule on the H-1B work visa that will replace the current lottery system with a salary-based approach, a move that some international education industry stakeholders said would impact on international students, while a Presidential proclamation has extended the suspension of H-1B and J-1 work visas. READ MORE