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A guaranteed weekly work income (Minimum gross income for 20 hours of work)
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Help acquiring scholarships (Subject to the quality of the student’s academic record)

Work and Study – Flex-Work plan

As of November 15, 2022, and due to the severe labour shortage currently experienced in Canada, Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has removed the cap on off-campus employment of up to 20 hours per week for study permit holders. It is now possible to work more than 20 hours per week while studying. However, the job must be related to your program of study and must not interfere with your academic success.

Club Expats understands the importance you place on your academic success as well as the need to work during your studies to support yourself in Canada and pay your tuition fees. Therefore, we have created the Flex-Work plan. Our counsellors will help you determine the number of hours per week you can devote to work, given the requirements of your academic program. Also, we will offer you jobs that are related to your studies – those that correspond to IRCC’s requirements in addition to providing you with a quality and well-paid work experience that will help you integrate and apply the subjects taught in class.

Member employers of Club Expats provide us with their full-time, part-time and casual employment needs on a weekly basis. This allows our consultants to offer you assignments that are related to your studies and rotations that allow you to gain varied work experience and exposure to different types of organizational structures and cultures.

As a staffing agency, Club Expats will be your employer. This eases the administrative burden associated with holding different jobs in Canada and job rotations. In addition, your employment income will be guaranteed throughout your schooling, helping you to demonstrate your sources of income to Canadian immigration authorities and to create your budget.

As of November 15, 2022, and due to the severe labour shortage currently experienced in Canada, Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has removed the cap on off-campus employment of up to 20 hours per week for study permit holders. It is now possible to work more than 20 hours per week while studying. However, the job must be related to your program of study and must not interfere with your academic success.

Club Expats understands the importance you place on your academic success as well as the need to work during your studies to support yourself in Canada and pay your tuition fees. Therefore, we have created the Flex-Work plan. Our counsellors will help you determine the number of hours per week you can devote to work, given the requirements of your academic program. Also, we will offer you jobs that are related to your studies – those that correspond to IRCC’s requirements in addition to providing you with a quality and well-paid work experience that will help you integrate and apply the subjects taught in class.

Member employers of Club Expats provide us with their full-time, part-time and casual employment needs on a weekly basis. This allows our consultants to offer you assignments that are related to your studies and rotations that allow you to gain varied work experience and exposure to different types of organizational structures and cultures.

As a staffing agency, Club Expats will be your employer. This eases the administrative burden associated with holding different jobs in Canada and job rotations. In addition, your employment income will be guaranteed throughout your schooling, helping you to demonstrate your sources of income to Canadian immigration authorities and to create your budget.