International students are the future of Canada. Upon graduating from college or university, students can obtain a Post Graduate Work Permit (PGWP) for up to three years to gain valua-ble work experience and then apply for PR.
Canada is home to some of the best schools in the world. iHeartCanada has a team of consult-ants working exclusively with Canadian schools to apply and register you for a program of study.
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We have expertise in managing the entire study permit application process: the offer of admission, working with students to collect the appropriate documents, communicating with the Canadian Embassy or Consulate, submitting the application, and ensuring a smooth entry into Canada.
Working in Canada
The Temporary Foreign Worker Program provides a pathway for skilled workers and tradespeople to gain valuable work experience in Canada while contributing to the growth of our culture and our economy.
If you are a recent graduate, a foreign skilled worker, or a business investor, contact iHeartCanada to obtain your work permit and begin investing in your future in Canada.
Strategic Partnering with iHeartCanada
Are you a Canadian education institution looking to recruit quality international students from key and emerging markets? Are you interested in developing faculty mobility or scholarship agreements with centres of learning around the world? We have spent years developing relationships with universities in different countries and we can bring these resources to bear on developing and expanding your internationalization efforts.
Are you an education agency looking to partner with an ethical, knowledgable and resource-rich Canadian immigration and education consulting company? iHeartCanada can provide your agency with admission support to Canadian colleges and universities. We will provide your students with exceptional study permit application services. We provide commission to our partner agents.
We get it. We can help you figure out where to start. We’re happy to answer all your questions about Canadian immigration.
To learn more, visit our FAQ page or contact us directly.