The eligibility requirements to work off-campus remain the same.
Based on recent questions a few key points need to be reiterated:
Effective March 12, 2018 the following changes were made to the off-campus work policy:
1. Taking courses during a regularly scheduled break. Students are now eligible to carry a full- or part-time course load during their regular scheduled break and work off-campus full-time. Please note: not all Humber programs have a scheduled break. If a student opts to take a leave from their studies, and, it is not scheduled as per Humber guidelines, they are not authorized to work on or off-campus during that break. If uncertain as to if, or when you can take a scheduled break please meet with an International Student Advisor at your campus.
2. Students who have completed a program and are waiting to start another program are now eligible to work. This change is applicable to students who:
In the case where the next program starts more than 150 days from notification of completion of studies (e.g. complete studies in April 2018 and next program does not start until January 2019).
3. Students who have not apply for a new program or who have not applied for a post-graduation work permit. Students, may work part-time off campus if:
However, students are authorized to work only until written confirmation of graduation is available. Once confirmation of graduation is available students are no longer authorized to work in Canada. Students can resume work, once they have applied for a post-graduation work permit while they await a decision.
For a full review of the updated off-campus work program, please click here