Event: Graduate Student Work Permits

Are you an international graduate student in engineering that wants to work in industry?
Adam Peplar has arranged for two immigration consultants to deliver a presentation on immigration & work permit related issues relevant for international graduate students in Engineering. There will be presentation followed by a question period.

  • WHEN: 
  • WHERE: ETB 535

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The Speakers

Christoper Daw Managing Director, Daw Immigration Solutions

Chris has been working on Immigration legal matters since 2001, specializing in work permits and helping workers and students acquire permanent residence. Having served on the board of directors of both the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC), and the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) Chris has an established track record as a leader in the industry. Chris has spoken at many immigration conferences and received service awards for advocacy within the profession. Holding the Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) designation, Chris is authorized to represent clients for all federal immigration processes in Canada.

Scott Smith – Immigration Consultant, Academic Immigration Group

Scott’s work in immigration intersects closely with his research interests in global higher education. At ISRC he provides licensed immigration services (study permits, visas, work permits) for 200-250 international students and their dependents, both in Canada and overseas. As an ICEF-trained education counsellor for both Canadian and US markets, he also helps his organization with student recruitment and retention strategies.

To find out more about what Adam Peplar is doing for engineering graduate students, check out the work experience section of the MacEng website

Adam also frequently posts job opportunities and placement opportunities for engineering graduate students here on our website.

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