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

Cesar Archiblado

Cesar Archiblado

From: Mexico
Currently: Current student in Canadian Nursing Review Program

It’s hard to describe how exciting it is to be around nurses from all around the world and learning with such great teachers.  This experience is just starting for me and there is still a long way to go, but with OMNI’s help and with a lot of work I know my dreams will be possible.