Student/Work Visas

Student Visas:

In addition to each program’s Admission Requirements, all international students must also meet the following criteria:

  • Hold a valid student visa authorization, issued by Canada Immigration
  • Hold a valid work visa authorization (if your program includes a work component), issued by Canada Immigration
  • Have proof of medical insurance coverage for your stay in Canada
  • Hold a valid passport
  • Provide a physicians’ report stating that you are in good health

For more information on applying for student/work visas, contact Citizenship and Immigration Canada, or consult your country’s Canadian Consulate or Embassy. You can search for one in your area –> www.cic.gc.ca

Work Visas:

International students taking a program that includes a practical (work experience) component that is an essential and integral part of the program must obtain a Working Visa. Students in the Canadian Nursing Review Program for IENs will require a Working Visa.

For more information on applying for student/work visas, contact Citizenship and Immigration Canada, or consult your country’s Canadian Consulate or Embassy. You can search for one in your area –> www.cic.gc.ca

Rie

Rie

From: Japan
Currently: Orlando, Florida, USA. Now working as an RN.

After I moved to Canada, I had a great time because the staff at OMNI and the friends I made there were so wonderful.  They helped me a lot. I ended up learning a lot at the College, especially how nursing is done in Canada and how to communicate effectively with patients and health care staff.