Employment and Volunteering
While searching for a job in Canada, you are required to be aware of all the rules and regulations that pertain to your employment. Listed below are the employment opportunities and resources for international students at King’s University College and in Canada.
King’s has partnered with Devant to offer specialized career support services for our international students, and give you the knowledge, tools, and connections to successfully engage with Canadian employers and get hired.
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- ‘Get Hired’ Master Class and official certification with 30+ video modules and downloadable templates
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- Live immigration Q&As with a Canadian immigration lawyer
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- Supportive online community
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International Work Experience Program (IWE)
The International Work Experience Program grants international students at King’s the opportunity of gaining employment experience on campus while earning their degree. Campus jobs will be posted on the King’s website. Students interested in applying for the IWE Program at King’s can do so through the Student Finance Office or online.
See the King’s International Immigration Page for information about working off-campus and the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program
Work & Volunteer Opportunities
Working and volunteering means getting involved in the London community while enhancing your personal and professional skills. There are many places to volunteer in London. For more information about volunteering visit:
- King’s Employment and Student Support Resource Page
- King’s Career Connect
- Volunteer Services London
- Western Connect
For more information about working and volunteering in Canada, visit: http://www.uwo.ca/international/iesc/visas/working/index.html