Working in Canada
International students who want to work in Canada: learn about legal rights and obligations, types of work permits, authorizations, eligibility criteria for co-op, off- and on-campus employment and more. Thur. Mar. 1, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Details & Registration.
Income tax information sessions for international students
Learn about your responsibilities and how income taxes are filed in Canada. An expert will discuss the process and answer general questions. Feb 27, Mar. 8, Mar. 23 & Apr. 2 Register.
US VISA Information Session
Do you wish to temporarily visit study or work in the United States? Representatives from the US Consulate in Toronto will conduct an info session on how to apply for the different US visas or permits.
Feb 14, 1-3 p.m.
Post-graduation Work Permit Session
Will you finish your degree requirements soon? Would you like to stay in Canada to work after your graduation? You may be eligible for an open work Permit (Post-Graduation Work Permit) valid for up to 3 years. Multiple dates available
Co-op work permit info sessions
Are you an international student required to complete an internship which is an essential part of your program of study? Join us to learn about co-op work permits that allow you to complete your internship requirement. Multiple dates available.
Learning to Love Winter
Just arrived in Toronto and want to enjoy what’s left of winter? Perhaps you felt unprepared for the deep freeze? Join a fun and interactive Winter 101 session to help you prepare and make the most of Canada’s winter season. Jan. 24, 6-7:30 p.m. Details & registration.
English Communication Program
The English Communication Program is an opportunity for students to further develop English skills, gain insight into Canadian culture and life at U of T, and share cultural experiences. Registration opens January 15.