#StudyInCanada to expand your world-class tech skills, and learn how to live permanently in Canada

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The multinational Canadian regulated immigration consultancy firm mana immigration will be providing free and exclusive seminars starting October 26 to 28 at the heart of Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City. The free seminar for the Study in Canada program will be led by the country head of the Philippines, mana immigration Ace Cruz. This seminar will offer participants useful and real experience insights about the processes of the study permit application, the benefits for you and your family, and relevant immigration programs for your permanent residence journey.


Study Pathway for Tech International Students

The demand for the technology talents is increasing exponentially as the country continues to grow and expand their economy as a way to bounce back from the global health crisis. “The Ministry of Immigration has seen the opportunity for Canada to leverage its world-class education system as a pathway option for immigrants to explore viable means to start life anew in the country,” Cruz shared. “Expanding the foreign tech workers’ skills through studying in Canada is one of the easiest and fastest pathways for tech talents to penetrate the job market with better employment opportunities after graduation,” he added.

The most in-demand jobs in Canada are relevant to information management, big data, data science, programming in different languages, computer and infrastructure technology management, data analytics, digital marketing, and more. These disciplines are the current skills Canadian employers are looking for as the economy continues to soar. International graduates from Canada are given Post-Graduate Work Permit (PGWP) up to 3 years after to help them earn meaningful Canadian professional experience which eventually qualifies them to apply for permanent residence (PR) under various programs such as Canadian Experience Class, Temporary Residence to PR program, Federal Skilled Worker Program, Saskatchewan Tech Workers Program, and the likes.


Tech Workers Program For You

The technology sector is slated to be one of the most important factors of Canada’s economic resurgence. In provinces such as Saskatchewan, there is a dire need of tech based workers but the Canadian workforce supply is severely lacking. The Tech Talent Pathway, a new tech immigration program announced this year, will help immigrants in their pursuit to becoming a Canadian permanent resident.

International workers currently working in Saskatchewan, via a work permit such as the PWGP, can apply and be eligible for the pathway as long as they have worked for an employer for at least six months full time, or at least one year of work experience. Those outside the province or the country as a whole, will require at least one year of work experience and a full time offer for a tech based position.

Other requirements are needed to be eligible for this pathway:

  • English or French Language score of 5 or higher based on the Canadian Language Benchmark (minimum score of 7 for Express Entry).
  • Eligible for Saskatchewan Licensing
  • Post-Secondary Education


Free Seminar: Study in Canada 2022

mana immigration will be spearheading its first-ever free seminar in the Philippines on October 26-28, 2PM to 4PM at Clock In BGC, 3F, C2 Building, 7th Avenue, Bonifacio Highstreet, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City. This seminar aims to help Filipinos learn about the Study in Canada program and its benefits for the applicants and their families.

Special in-room promotions await joiners of the participants. The capacity per batch is limited to 50 pax only. Registration before the seminar is a must. To register, feel free to fill out the free assessment form at: https://mana.ac/PH-SP-Seminar

To learn more about the seminar, study permit application, and latest immigration news & updates, feel free to visit us at www.manaimmigration.com or follow us on our social media channels at @mana.immigration. See you in Canada soon.