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mana immigration announces FREE seminar on how to study in Canada

mana immigration is announcing a FREE seminar to teach how to study and immigrate to Canada. It is happening from October 26 to 28.
mana immigration announces FREE seminar on how to study in Canada
Learn how to study and immigrate to Canada via mana immigration

Learn how to study and immigrate to Canada via mana immigration

Starting on October 26 and running through October 28, a myriad of free and exclusive seminars will be offered by the internationally recognized and duly licensed Canadian immigration consultant firm mana immigration. Ace Cruz, manager of mana immigration for the Philippines, will lead the free seminar for the Study in Canada program. This seminar will provide attendees with practical information based on actual experience with the procedures for applying for a study visa, the advantages for you and your family, and the pertinent immigration programs for your quest for permanent residency.

As Canada's economy continues to thrive and grow as a method to recover from the global health crisis, demand for technical expertise is rising tremendously. Information management, big data, data science, programming in various languages, infrastructure technology management, data analytics, digital marketing, and other related fields are among the most sought-after occupations in Canada. As the economy continues to boom, these are the disciplines that Canadian businesses are currently seeking.

Post-Graduate Work Permits (PGWPs) are given to international graduates from Canada for up to three years after they graduate to assist them in gaining valuable Canadian professional experience that will eventually qualify them to apply for permanent residence under various programs, including the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Saskatchewan Tech Workers Program, and others.

One of the key drivers of Canada's economic revival is expected to be the technology sector. The demand for tech-based jobs is acute in regions like Saskatchewan, yet the supply of people in Canada is woefully inadequate. A new tech immigration program called the Tech Talent Pathway, which was introduced this year, will support foreigners who want to immigrate to Canada permanently.

International employees who are currently employed in Saskatchewan under a work permit like the PWGP are eligible to apply for the pathway as long as they have at least one year of work experience or have worked for an employer for at least six months full-time.

Here are the other requirements:

  • 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
On October 26 to October 28, from 2 PM to 4 PM, Clock In BGC, 3F, C2 Building, 7th Avenue, Bonifacio Highstreet, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, will host mana immigration's first-ever free lecture there. This lecture seeks to inform Filipinos about the advantages of the Study in Canada program for applicants and their families.

You can register here.

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