Note: On June 20, 2014, the Government of Canada announced changes to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program. Please visit Employment and Social Development Canada's Temporary Foreign Worker Program webpage for more information.
You can experience life in Alberta by coming here temporarily. The Government of Canada offers programs for you to study or work temporarily.
If you are just starting to learn about your options for studying or working in Canada, you may want to use Citizenship and Immigration Canada's Come to Canada Tool, which will help you understand your options and how to apply.
Work in Alberta
Temporary Foreign Worker Program
International Youth Exchange Programs
If you are between the ages of 18 and 35, you may qualify to work in Alberta through the International Experience Canada. To see if your country has an agreement with Canada consult the list of participating countries and click on your country name.
Study in Alberta
Alberta is a great place to study.
- While you study you may qualify to work on campus or off campus.
- After graduation you may qualify to work on a Post-Graduation Work Permit. If you receive a Post-Graduation Work Permit you may be eligible to apply for permanent residence through the Alberta Government's AINP International Graduate Category.
Temporary Foreign Workers
Learn about coming to Canada to work temporarily or hiring a temporary foreign worker.
International youth exchange programs
Learn about the Government of Canada's international youth exchange programs.
Discover the resources for international students coming to Alberta to study and work.
Date Updated: Tue, 04 Nov 2014 02:41:46