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International Education Week

The Government of Saskatchewan is showcasing the benefits of international education for students and communities by proclaiming International Educati...

Long Term Staff and Retirees Recognized

In any workplace, it's the people who make the difference, and Cumberland College is no exception! The College is fortunate to have many long-term...

Cumberland, Great Plains, and Parkland Colleges announce expansion of Saskatchewan Colleges international partnership

In October 2021 an International Recruitment and Admissions partnership, which includes Cumberland, Great Plains,  and Parkland Colleges, was est...

Study and Work Permits

Study Permits

Do not let your study permit expire. Your study permit, along with your passport, is the most important immigration documents that you have. International students studying in Canada for longer than a six month period must have a valid study permit. Depending on your country of origin, most study permits will be issued for the duration of your program of study. In any case, be sure to renew your study permit at least 30 days before your current permit expires. Remember that allowing a study permit to expire is considered a violation of the Immigration Act. This means that you may not be eligible for an extension. You may also be subject to an inquiry, which could lead to deportation from Canada.

There may be implications on your study permit if you were to withdraw from an institution. Please make sure to refer to the following website for more information regarding study permits http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/study.asp

Work Permits:

The following website will provide you with information regarding permits and eligibility towards working off campus and working post-graduation. http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/work-offcampus.asp and http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/work-postgrad.asp

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