A Working Holiday Visa is an international Experience Canada (IEC) is a program designed to allow young people the opportunity to work in Canada. This is a temporary period.
Citizens of countries with a bilateral youth mobility agreement may be eligible for IEC work permits.
The IEC program consists of three categories:
1- Working holidays.
2 – Professional students.
3- International Cooperative.
Participants in this program may receive an open, one-to-two-year work permit. Open work permits allow participants to work anywhere in Canada. For almost any Canadian employer. Nationals of some countries may be allowed to stay in Canada, For more or less one year.
Professional young people
Under this program, citizens of participating countries can gain valuable international experience working for a Canadian company. A signed employment contract letter or employment contract with a Canadian employer related to the applicant’s professional development is required before applying. The work offered should be classified as a Level of Competence (NOC) 0, A or B.
This program allows citizens of participating countries who are enrolled in a post-secondary institution in their country of citizenship to spend an internship period for Canadian companies. Participants must arrange co-operative placements with Canadian employers before applying. If you want a Working Holiday Visa must be registered students during the duration of the internship.