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Youth Mobility Program

The Youth Mobility Program has resulted in more than 22,000 young Canadians choosing to travel and work abroad in approximately 40 countries each year. Comparatively, it has also facilitated 36,000 foreign youth working and travelling to Canada.

The Youth Mobility Program is essentially an international exchange program that exists with countries that have made agreements with Canada. This program has different caps depending on the country. For example, the Youth Mobility agreement that Canada shares with Poland offers 500 spots for Canadians to travel to Poland and 500 spots for Poles to come to Canada.

Each country is different with unique qualifications and programs, some offer more than others. The list of countries that currently hold an agreement with Canada in this respect are:

  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Chile
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • France
  • Germany
  • Hong Kong
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Korea, Republic of
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Mexico
  • Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Taiwan
  • United Kingdom

If you do not see your country on this list, do not worry. There are many other options available within the standard Canadian Immigration system that may work for you. Contact us and we are confident that we will be able to find the right solution for you.

In terms of qualifications, again, every country is different but a few fundamentals remain the same throughout the program. Depending on the country involved, you may need to:

  • Pay for your own travel, food and accommodation;
  • Find your own job in the country that you visit;
  • Be a Canadian citizen;
  • Hold a valid passport;
  • Get a work visa from the country that you want to visit;
  • Prove that you have money to support yourself and/or a return travel ticket, plus medical and/or liability insurance;
  • Prove that you have no criminal record;
  • Be a student or recent graduate;
  • Report your location to authorities;
  • Pay a fee to obtain a work visa.

Keep in mind that the age of eligibility, length of time of the visa, and ability to renew the visa will vary from country to country.

If your goals are a rewarding experience in Canada and you feel that the Youth Mobility Program is for you, contact us for further details.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Poland

The signing of the Youth Mobility Agreement between Minister Finley and the Polish Minister of Science and Higher Education, Mme Barbara Kudrycka, follows the announcement made by Prime Minister Stephen Harper during his visit to Poland in April.

“For more than a century, Poles have migrated to Canada and made great contributions to our country,” said Minister Finley. “More than 800,000 people in Canada trace their roots to Poland. This Youth Mobility Agreement provides young Canadians and young Poles with even greater opportunities to work and travel between our two countries.”

“Our goal is to give Canadian and Polish youth the opportunity to discover new countries and learn about the other culture,” added Minister Finley.

“Canada and Poland have a long standing and strong relationship,” said the Honourable David Emerson, Minister of Foreign Affairs.“ We co-operate in many areas to promote our common values of good governance, democracy and private sector development. The Agreement will serve to actively engage our youth to learn about our respective countries, develop skills for global careers and build networks to ensure an even stronger relationship between Canada and Poland for the future.”

Youth Mobility Arrangements have resulted in more than 22,000 young Canadians choosing to travel and work abroad in approximately 40 countries each year, and 36,000 foreign youth working and travelling in Canada.

The International Youth Programs are managed by the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT). Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) is responsible for issuing work permits to participants of the programs.

The signing of the Agreement between Canada and Poland offers people between the ages of 18 and 35 the opportunity to work and travel in each other’s countries. Benefits to participants of the youth programs include cultural discovery, international network building and gaining the skills and work experience to succeed in an increasingly globalized society.

Youth Mobility Canada and Australia

Working Holiday

Young Professionals

International Co-op (Internship)

Fund Your Vacation!

Add To Your Resumé!

Intern abroad!

Ages: 18 to 30

Ages: 18 to 30

Ages: 18 to 30

Areas of work include tourism and hospitality, retail, trades, engineering, administration, business and all other professions.*

Areas of work include science, law, education, commerce, finance, communications, administration and business, and others.

Areas of work include science, law, education, commerce, finance, communications, administration and business, and others.

No job offer necessary.

Requires a job offer.

Requires a job offer and proof of registration at a post secondary educational institution.

Work for any employer.

May work for the employer whose job offer you submitted with your IEC application and any other employers.

May work for the employer whose job offer you submitted with your IEC application and any other employers.

Work permit may be valid up to 24 months.

Work permit may be valid up to 24 months.

Work permit may be valid up to 24 months.

Supplement your travel experiences with temporary work in Canada.

Gain professional experience in Canada to better compete in a global economy.

Gain valuable work

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Austria (Intra- and partner-company training program)

Intra- and partner-company training program

The Young Professionals category is designed for Austrian citizens who wish to further their careers by gaining work experience under a pre-arranged contract of employment in Canada (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Young Professionals category, you must:

· be an Austrian citizen who currently resides in Austria;

· be 18 years of age or older;

· be permanently employed by an Austrian company;

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150, in Euros;

· provide proof of permanent employment with the Austrian partner company, parent company or subsidiary of your prospective Canadian employer

· have received from the Canadian partner company, parent company or subsidiary a signed letter of offer or contract of employment in Canada that is related to your field of professional expertise (degree and/or work experience) and that supports your career development (progression or lateral movement).

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Austria ( Co-op (Internship) Category)

Eligibility Criteria for the International Co-op (Internship) Category

Young Worker Exchange Program

The International Co-op (Internship) category is designed for Austrian citizens who are registered students at a vocational or specialized school, or a secondary or post-secondary institution in Austria, or have graduated within 12 months, and who intend to complete a work placement or internship in Canada (maximum 6 months) in forestry, agriculture or tourism for their career development or to fulfill part of their curriculum.

To be eligible for the International Co-op (Internship) category you must:

· be an Austrian citizen who currently resides in Austria;

· be between the ages of 18 and 30 (up to 35 in exceptional cases);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150, in Euros;

· be registered as a student in Austria in forestry, agriculture or tourism, or have graduated within the past twelve months;

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract for a work placement or internship in forestry, agriculture or tourism in Canada that relates to your field of study.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Belgium

Eligibility Criteria for the Working Holiday Category

The Working Holiday category is designed for Belgian citizens who intend to travel in Canada and who wish to find temporary paid employment to help pay for their stay (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Working Holiday category, you must:

· be a Belgian citizen who normally resides in Belgium;

· be between the ages of 18 and 30 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of 700 euros / C$1,000 per month for the first three months to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in Euros; and

· not have participated in the Canada-Belgium Working Holiday before.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Chile

Eligibility Criteria for the Working Holiday Category

The Working Holiday category is designed for Chilean citizens who intend to travel in Canada and who wish to find temporary paid employment to help pay for their stay (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Working Holiday category, you must:

· be a Chilean citizen;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in Chilean Pesos ($75.000)

· have not participated in any category of the International Experience Canada - Chile initiative before.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Chile Young Professionals Category (Supplementary Graduate Training)

Eligibility Criteria for the Young Professionals Category (Supplementary Graduate Training)

The Young Professionals category is designed for Chilean citizens, particularly graduates of post-secondary educational institutions in Chile, who wish to further their careers by gaining work experience under a pre-arranged contract of employment in Canada (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Young Professionals category, you must:

· be a Chilean citizen;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in Chilean Pesos ($75.000)

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract of employment in Canada that is related to your field of professional expertise (degree and/or work experience) and that supports your career development (progression or lateral movement); and

· be a university graduate from an accredited university in Chile;

· have not participated in any category of the International Experience Canada - Chile initiative before.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Chile International Co-op (Internship) Category

Eligibility Criteria for the International Co-op (Internship) Category

The International Co-op (Internship) category is designed for Chilean citizens who are registered students at a post-secondary institution in Chile and who intend to complete a work placement or internship in Canada (maximum 12 months) to fulfill part of their academic curriculum.

To be eligible for the International Co-op (Internship) category you must:

· be a Chilean citizen;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in Chilean Pesos ($75.000)

· be registered as a student in Chile at an accredited university;

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract for a work placement or internship in Canada that meets the requirements of your academic curriculum in Chile;

· have not participated in the International Experience Canada - Chile initiative before in any category.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Costa Rica Working Holiday Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Working Holiday Category

The Working Holiday category is designed for Costa Rican citizens, who intend to travel in Canada and who wish to find temporary paid employment to help pay for their stay (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Working Holiday category, you must:

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 inclusive at the time your application is received. Your application must be stamped as received by the Embassy of Canada in San Jose on or after your 18th birthday, and before your 36th birthday;

· be a Costa Rican citizen holding a Costa Rican passport that remains valid throughout the period of stay in Canada. When the work permit is issued in Canada, it will not be longer than the validity of the passport.

· be in possession of a departure ticket leaving Canada at the end of your authorized period of stay or sufficient financial resources to purchase such a ticket;

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· provide a clean Costa Rican police certificate;

· not be accompanied by dependant(s) under your IEC application;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150; and,

· have not participated in the Canada – Costa Rica Working Holiday category before. After completing your year in Canada and returning to Costa Rica, you will have to wait for 3 months before submitting a new application that will only be considered for a different category. As a Costa Rican citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time in a different category.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Costa Rica Young Professionals Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Young Professionals Category

The Young Professionals category is designed for Costa Rican citizens, particularly graduates of post-secondary educational institutions in Costa Rica, who wish to further their careers by gaining work experience under a pre-arranged contract of employment in Canada (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Young Professionals category, you must:

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 inclusive at the time your application is received. Your application must be stamped as received by the Embassy of Canada in San José, Costa Rica on or after your 18th birthday, and before your 36th birthday;

· be a Costa Rican citizen holding a Costa Rican passport that remains valid throughout the period of stay in Canada. The work permit will not be longer than the validity of the passport.

· be in possession of a departure ticket leaving Canada at the end of your authorized period of stay or sufficient financial resources to purchase such a ticket;

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· provide a clean Costa Rican police certificate;

· not be accompanied by dependent(s) under your IEC application;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract of employment in Canada that is related to your field of professional expertise (degree and/or work experience) and that supports your career development (progression or lateral movement);

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150;

· have not participated in the Canada – Costa Rica International Young Professionals category before. After completing their year in Canada and returning to Costa Rica, they will have to wait for 3 months before submitting a new application that will only be considered for a different category. As a Costa Rican citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time in a different category.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Costa Rica International Co-op (Internship) Category

Eligibility Criteria for the International Co-op (Internship) Category

The International Co-op (Internship) category is designed for Costa Rican citizens who are registered students at a post-secondary institution in Costa Rica and who intend to complete a work placement or internship in Canada (maximum 12 months) to fulfill part of their academic curriculum.

To be eligible for the International Co-op (Internship) category, you must:

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 inclusive at the time your application is received. Your application must be stamped as received by the Embassy of Canada in San José, Costa Rica on or after your 18th birthday, and before your 36th birthday;

· be a Costa Rican citizen holding a Costa Rican passport that remains valid throughout the period of stay in Canada. The work permit will not be longer than the validity of the passport.

· be in possession of a departure ticket leaving Canada at the end of your authorized period of stay or sufficient financial resources to purchase such a ticket;

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· not be accompanied by dependant(s) under your IEC application;

· provide a clean Costa Rican police certificate;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· be registered at a post-secondary institution in Costa Rica;

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract for a work placement or internship in Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150;

· have not participated in the Canada – Costa Rica International Co-op category before. After completing their year in Canada and returning to Costa Rica, they will have to wait for 3 months before submitting a new application that will only be considered for a different category. As a Costa Rican citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time in a different category.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Croatia Working Holiday Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Working Holiday Category

The Working Holiday category is designed for Croatian citizens who intend to travel in Canada and who wish to find temporary paid employment to help pay for their stay(maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Working Holiday category, you must:

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 inclusive at the time your application is received;

· be a Croatian citizen holding a Croatian passport that remains valid throughout the period of stay in Canada. When the work permit is issued in Canada, it will not be longer than the validity of the passport;

· be in possession of a departure ticket leaving Canada at the end of your authorized period of stay or sufficient financial resources to purchase such a ticket;

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· provide a clean Croatian police certificate;

· not be accompanied by dependent(s) under your IEC application;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in Croatian Kuna; and

· As a Croatian citizen you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice, with a three month interval between participations.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Croatia Young Professionals Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Young Professionals Category

The Young Professionals category is designed for Croatian citizens, particularly graduates of post-secondary educational institutions in Croatia, who wish to further their careers by gaining work experience under a pre-arranged contract of employment in Canada (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Young Professionals category, you must:

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 inclusive at the time your application is received;

· be a Croatian citizen holding a Croatian passport that remains valid throughout the period of stay in Canada. The work permit will not be longer than the validity of the passport;

· be in possession of a departure ticket leaving Canada at the end of your authorized period of stay or sufficient financial resources to purchase such a ticket;

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· provide a clean Croatian police certificate;

· not be accompanied by dependant(s) under your IEC application;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract of employment in Canada that is related to your field of professional expertise (degree and/or work experience) and that supports your career development (progression or lateral movement);

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in Croatian Kuna;and,

· As a Croatian citizen you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice, with a three month interval between participations.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Croatia International Co-op (Internship) Category

Eligibility Criteria for the International Co-op (Internship) Category

The International Co-op (Internship) category is designed for Croatian citizens who are registered students at a post-secondary institution in Croatia and who intend to complete a work placement or internship in Canada (maximum 12 months) to fulfill part of their academic curriculum.

To be eligible for the International Co-op (Internship) category, you must:

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 years old inclusive at the time your application is received;

· be a Croatian citizen holding a Croatian passport that remains valid throughout the period of stay in Canada. The work permit will not be longer than the validity of the passport.

· be in possession of a departure ticket leaving Canada at the end of your authorized period of stay or sufficient financial resources to purchase such a ticket;

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· not be accompanied by dependant(s) under your IEC application;

· provide a clean Croatian police certificate;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· be registered at a post-secondary institution in Croatia;

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract for a work placement or internship position in Canada that meets the requirements of your academic curriculum in Croatia;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in Croatian Kunaand,

· as a Croatian citizen you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice, with a three month interval between participations.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and the Czech Republic

Eligibility Criteria for the Working Holiday Category

The Working Holiday category is designed for Czech citizens who intend to travel in Canada and who wish to find temporary paid employment to help pay for their stay (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Working Holiday category, you must:

· be a Czech citizen who resides in the Czech Republic;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in Euros; and,

· not have participated in the Working Holiday category before. As a Czech citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time in a different category.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and the Czech Republic International Co-op (Internship) Category

Eligibility Criteria for the International Co-op (Internship) Category

The International Co-op (Internship) category is designed for Czech citizens who are registered students at a post-secondary institution in the Czech Republic and who intend to complete a work placement or internship in Canada (maximum 12 months) to fulfill part of their academic curriculum.

To be eligible for the International Co-op (Internship) category you must:

· be a Czech citizen who resides in the Czech Republic;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in Euros;

· be registered as a student in the Czech Republic;

have received a signed letter of offer or contract for a work placement or internship in Canada that meets the requirements of your academic curriculum in the Czech Republic; andnot have participated in the International Co-op category before. As a Czech citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time in a different category.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and the Czech Republic Young Professionals Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Young Professionals Category

The Young Professionals category is designed for Czech citizens, often graduates of post-secondary educational institutions in the Czech Republic, who wish to further their careers by gaining work experience under a pre-arranged contract of employment in Canada (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Young Professionals category, you must:

· be a Czech citizen who normally resides in the Czech Republic;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in Euros;

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract of employment in Canada that is related to your field of professional expertise (degree and/or work experience) and that supports your career development (progression or lateral movement); and

· not have participated in the Young Professionals category before. As a Czech citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time under a different category.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Denmark Working Holiday Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Working Holiday Category

The Working Holiday category is designed for Danish citizens who intend to travel in Canada and who wish to find temporary paid employment to help pay for their stay (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Working Holiday category, you must:

· be a Danish citizen who normally resides in Denmark;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 (approximately DKK14 000) to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee, SEK 950. ; and

· not have participated in the Working Holiday category before

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Estonia Working Holiday Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Working Holiday Category

The Working Holiday category is designed for Estonian citizens who intend to travel in Canada and who wish to find temporary paid employment to help pay for their stay (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Working Holiday category, you must:

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 years inclusive at the time your application is received;

· be an Estonian citizen holding an Estonian passport that remains valid throughout the period of stay in Canada;

· be in possession of a ticket to leave Canada at the end of your stay or sufficient financial resources to purchase such a ticket;

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· provide a clean Estonian police certificate;

· not be accompanied by dependant(s) under your IEC application;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada ;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in EUR; and

· not have participated in the Working Holiday category before. As an Estonian citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time in a different category.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Estonia Young Professionals Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Young Professionals Category

The Young Professional category is designed for Estonian citizens, particularly graduates of a post-secondary educational institutions in Estonia, who wish to further their careers by gaining work experience under a pre-arranged contract of employment in Canada (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Young Professionals category, you must:

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 years inclusive at the time your application is received;

· be an Estonian citizen holding an Estonian passport that remains valid throughout the period of stay in Canada;

· be in possession of a ticket to leave Canada at the end of your stay or sufficient financial resources to purchase such a ticket;

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· provide a clean Estonian police certificate;

· not be accompanied by dependant(s) under your IEC application;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to $C150 in EUR; and

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract of employment in Canada that is related to your field of professional expertise (degree and/or work experience) and that supports your career development (progression or lateral movement); and,

· not have participated in the Young Professionals category before. As an Estonian citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time under a different category.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Estonia International Co-op (Internship) Category

Eligibility Criteria for the International Co-op (Internship) Category

The International Co-op (Internship) category is designed for Estonian citizens who are registered students at a post-secondary institution in Estonia and who intend to complete a work placement or internship in Canada (maximum 12 months) to fulfill part of their academic curriculum.

To be eligible for the International Co-op (Internship) category, you must:

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 years inclusive at the time your application is received;

· be an Estonian citizen holding an Estonian passport that remains valid throughout the period of stay in Canada.

· be in possession of a ticket to leave Canada at the end of your stay or sufficient financial resources to purchase such a ticket;

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· not be accompanied by dependant(s) under your IEC application;

· provide a clean Estonian police certificate;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· be registered at a post-secondary institution in Estonia;

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract for a work placement or internship in Canada that meets the requirements of your academic curriculum in Estonia;

· pay a participation fee that is the equivalent of C$150 in EUR; and,

· not have participated in the International Co-op category before. As an Estonian citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time in a different category.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Germany Working Holiday Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Working Holiday Category

The Working Holiday category is designed for German citizens who intend to travel in Canada and who wish to find temporary paid employment to help pay for their stay (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Working Holiday category, you must:

· be a German citizen who normally resides in Germany;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee; and

· not have participated in the Working Holiday category before. As a German citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time in a different category.

If you have applied successfully for a work permit under the "Working Holiday" category, you will receive a work permit with 'open' employer and 'open' employment location. This means you can work for any employer in Canada at any location in Canada, where you are offered a position. There is no restriction on the length of time you can work for one employer within the 12 months.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Germany Young Professionals Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Young Professionals Category

The Young Professionals category is designed for German citizens, particularly graduates of post-secondary educational institutions in Germany, who wish to further their careers by gaining work experience under a pre-arranged contract of employment in Canada (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Young Professionals category, you must:

· be a German citizen who normally resides in Germany;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee;

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract of employment in Canada that is related to your field of professional expertise (degree and/or work experience) and that supports your career development (progression or lateral movement); and

· not have participated in the Young Professionals category before. As a German citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time under a different category.

If your application for a work permit is successful under the IEC ”Young Professionals” category, you will receive a work permit that is valid for you to work for one specific employer only, i.e. the company or institution that made the job offer to you. Once your application has been approved you cannot change the employer.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Germany International Co-op (Internship) Category

Eligibility Criteria for the International Co-op (Internship) Category

The International Co-op (Internship) category is designed for German citizens who are registered students at a post-secondary institution in Germany and who intend to complete a work placement or internship in Canada (maximum 12 months) to fulfill part of their academic curriculum.

To be eligible for the International Co-op (Internship) category you must:

· be a German citizen who normally resides in Germany;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay; and additional funds of $833 per each month of unpaid internship;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee;

· be registered as a student or in an apprenticeship in Germany;

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract for a work placement or internship in Canada that meets the requirements of your academic curriculum in Germany; and

· not have participated in the International Co-op (Internship) category before. As a German citizen, you may participate in the International Experience Canada twice but each time in a different category.

If your application for a work permit is successful under the IEC ”Young Professionals” category, you will receive a work permit that is valid for you to work for one specific employer only, i.e. the company or institution that made the job offer to you. Once your application has been approved you cannot change the employer.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Greece Working Holiday Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Working Holiday Category

The Working Holiday category is designed for Greek citizens who intend to travel in Canada and who wish to find temporary paid employment to help pay for their stay (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Working Holiday category, you must:

· be a Greek citizen;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in Euros; and

· not have participated in the Working Holiday category before. As a Greek citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice, each time in a different category.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Greece Young Professionals Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Young Professionals Category

The Young Professionals category is designed for Greek citizens, particularly graduates of post-secondary educational institutions in Greece, who wish to further their careers by gaining work experience under a pre-arranged contract of employment in Canada (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Young Professionals category, you must:

· be a Greek citizen;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract of employment in Canada that is related to your field of professional expertise (degree and/or work experience) and that supports your career development (progression or lateral movement);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in Euros; and

· not have participated in the Young Professionals category before. As a Greek citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time under a different category.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Greece International Co-op (Internship) Category

Eligibility Criteria for the International Co-op (Internship) Category

The International Co-op (Internship) category is designed for Greek citizens who are registered students at a post-secondary institution in Greece and who intend to complete a work placement or internship in Canada (maximum 12 months) to fulfill part of their academic curriculum.

To be eligible for the International Co-op (Internship) category you must:

· be a Greek citizen;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· be registered as a student in Greece;

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract for a work placement or internship in Canada that meets the requirements of your academic curriculum in Greece;

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in Euros; and

· not have participated in the International Co-op category before. As a Greek citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time in a different category.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Hong Kong Working Holiday Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Working Holiday Category

The Working Holiday category is designed for residents of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region who intend to travel in Canada and who wish to find temporary paid employment to help pay for their stay (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Working Holiday category, you must:

· be ordinarily a resident in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region holding a valid HKSAR passport or a valid British National (Overseas) passport;

· be between the ages of 18 and 30 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150; and

· not have participated in the Canada-Hong Kong Working Holiday Arrangement category before.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Italy Working Holiday Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Working Holiday Category

The Working Holiday category is designed for Italian citizens who intend to travel in Canada and who wish to find temporary paid employment (maximum 6 months) to help pay for their stay.

To be eligible for the Working Holiday category, you must:

· be an Italian citizen who normally resides in Italy;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 inclusive at the time your application is received;

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150, 120 Euros; and

· have not participated in International Experience Canada-Working Holiday before.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Japan Working Holiday Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Working Holiday Category


The Working Holiday category is designed for Japanese citizens who intend to travel in Canada and who wish to find temporary paid employment to help pay for their stay (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Working Holiday category, you must:

· be a Japanese citizen;

· be between the ages of 18 and 30 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee of equivalent to C$150, and;

· not have participated in the Working Holiday category before. As a Japanese citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only once;

· do not have a pre-arranged job in Canada.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Korean Working Holiday Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Working Holiday Category

The Working Holiday category is designed for Korean citizens who intend to travel in Canada and who wish to find temporary paid employment to help pay for their stay (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Working Holiday category, you must:

· Be a Korean national and resident in Korea;

· Intend to enter Canada primarily for a holiday for a specific period;

· Be between 18-30 years of age at the time of application (inclusive);

· Demonstrate sufficient funds (minimum 5,000CAD) to support your round - trip flight and accommodation while in Canada;

· Be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· Not have participated in the Working Holiday category before. As a Korean citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only once;

· Not intend to be accompanied by dependents;

· Possess a valid passport.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Latvia Working Holiday Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Working Holiday Category

The Working Holiday category is designed for Latvian citizens who intend to travel in Canada and who wish to find temporary paid employment in order to help pay for their stay(maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Working Holiday category, you must:

· be a Latvian citizen residing in Latvia at the time of application;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses involved at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the entire duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in Latvian Lats (LVL); and,

· not have participated in the Working Holiday category before. As a Latvian citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time in a different category. There must be 12 months between the end of your work permit in Canada, and the date you submit your application to IEC.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Latvia Young Professionals Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Young Professionals Category

The Young Professionals category is designed for Latvian citizens, particularly graduates of a post-secondary educational institutions in Latvia, who wish to further their careers by gaining work experience under a pre-arranged contract of employment in Canada (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Young Professionals category, you must:

· be a Latvian citizen residing in Latvia at the time of application;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses involved at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in Latvian Lats (LVL);

· have received a signed letter of job offer or contract of employment in Canada that is related to your field of professional expertise (degree and/or work experience) and that supports your career development (progression or lateral movement); and,

· not have participated in the same category before. As a Latvian citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time under a different category. There must be 12 months between the end of your work permit in Canada, and the date you submit your application to IEC.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Latvia International Co-op (Internship) Category

Eligibility Criteria for the International Co-op (Internship) Category

The International Co-op (Internship) category is designed for Latvian citizens who are registered students at a post-secondary institution in Latvia and who intend to complete an internship or work placement in Canada (maximum 12 months) in order to fulfill part of their academic curriculum.

To be eligible for the International Co-op (Internship) category, you must:

· be a Latvian citizen residing in Latvia at the time of application;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses involved at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in Latvian lats (LVL);

· be registered as a student in Latvia;

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract for a work placement or internship in Canada that meets the requirements of your academic curriculum in Latvia; and

· not have participated in the International Co-op (Internship) category before. As a Latvian citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time under a different category. There must be 12 months between the end of your work permit in Canada, and the date you submit your application to IEC.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Lithuania Working Holiday Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Working Holiday Category

The Working Holiday category is designed for Lithuanian citizens who intend to travel in Canada and who wish to find temporary paid employment to help pay for their stay (maximum 12 months).
To be eligible for the Working Holiday category, you must:

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 inclusive at the time your application is received;

· be a Lithuanian citizen;

· be in possession of a ticket to leave Canada at the end of your stay or sufficient financial resources to purchase such a ticket;

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· not be accompanied by dependant(s) under your IEC application;

· accept to purchase, prior to entering Canada, insurance for medical and health care, including hospitalization and repatriation, for the entire authorized period of stay;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150) in Lithuanian Litas; and,

· not have participated in the Working Holiday category before. As a Lithuanian citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time in a different category, with a three month interval between participations.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Lithuania Young Professionals Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Young Professionals Category

The Young Professionals category is designed for Lithuanian citizens, particularly graduates of post-secondary educational institutions in Lithuania, who wish to further their careers by gaining work experience under a pre-arranged contract of employment in Canada (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Young Professionals category, you must:

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 inclusive at the time your application is received;

· be a Lithuanian citizen;

· be in possession of a ticket to leave Canada at the end of your stay or sufficient financial resources to purchase such a ticket;

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· not be accompanied by dependant(s) under your IEC application;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract of employment in Canada that is related to your field of professional expertise (degree and/or work experience) and that supports your career development (progression or lateral movement);

· pay the Program Participation Fee in Lithuanian Litas; and,

· not have participated in the Young Professionals category before. As a Lithuanian citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time under a different category, with a three month interval between participations.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Lithuania International Co-op (Internship) Category

Eligibility Criteria for the International Co-op (Internship) Category

The International Co-op (Internship) category is designed for Lithuanian students who are registered at a post-secondary institution in Lithuania who intend to complete a work placement or internship in Canada (maximum 12 months) to fulfill part of their academic curriculum.

To be eligible for the International Co-op (Internship) category, you must:

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 at the time your application is received;

· be a Lithuanian citizen;

· be in possession of a ticket to leave Canada at the end of your stay or sufficient financial resources to purchase such a ticket;

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· not be accompanied by dependant(s) under your IEC application;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· be registered at a post-secondary institution in Lithuania;

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract for a work placement or internship in Canada that meets the requirements of your academic curriculum in Lithuania;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to $C150 in Lithuanian Litas; and,

· not have participated in the International Co-op category before. As a Lithuanian citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time in a different category, with a three month interval between participations.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Mexico Working Holiday Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Working Holiday Category

The Working Holiday category is designed for Mexican citizens, who are registered students at a post-secondary educational institution in Mexico, and who wish to find temporary paid employment to help pay for their stay (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Working Holiday category, you must:

· be between the ages of 18 and 29 (inclusive) at the time your application is received. Your application must be stamped as received by The Embassy of Canada in Mexico City on or after your 18th birthday, and before your 30th birthday;

· be a Mexican citizen holding a Mexican passport that remains valid throughout the period of stay in Canada. When the work permit is issued upon arrival in Canada, it will not be longer than the validity of the passport.

· have, prior to departure, a round trip ticket or sufficient financial resources to purchase such a ticket;

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· not be accompanied by dependant(s) under your IEC application;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· be registered at a post-secondary education institution in Mexico;

· pay a participation fee that is the equivalent to C$150, in Mexican pesos; and

· not have participated in the Canada-Mexico Youth Mobility Arrangement in the last 3 years.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Mexico Young Professionals Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Young Professionals Category

The Young Professionals category is designed for Mexican citizens, particularly graduates of a post-secondary educational institution in Mexico, who wish to further their careers by gaining work experience under a pre-arranged contract of employment in Canada (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Young Professionals category, you must:

· be between the ages of 18 and 29 (inclusive) at the time your application is received. Your application must be stamped as received by the Office of the Embassy of Canada in Mexico City on or after your 18th birthday, and before your 30th birthday;

· be a Mexican citizen holding a Mexican passport that remains valid throughout the period of stay in Canada. The work permit will not be longer than the validity of the passport.

· have, prior to departure, a round trip ticket or sufficient financial resources to purchase such a ticket;

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· not be accompanied by dependant(s) under your IEC application;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract of employment in Canada that is related to your field of professional expertise (degree and/or work experience) and that supports your career development (progression or lateral movement);

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in Mexican pesos; and,

· not have participated in the Canada-Mexico Youth Mobility Arrangement in the last 3 years.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Mexico International Co-op (Internship) Category

Eligibility Criteria for the International Co-op (Internship) Category

The International Co-op (Internship) category is designed for Mexican citizens who are registered students at a post-secondary education institution in Mexico and who intend to complete a work placement or internship in Canada (maximum 12 months) to fulfill part of their academic curriculum.

To be eligible for the International Co-op (Internship) category, you must:

· be between the ages of 18 and 29 (inclusive) at the time your application is received. Your application must be stamped as received by The Embassy of Canada in Mexico City on or after your 18th birthday, and before your 30th birthday;

· be a Mexican citizen holding a Mexican passport that remains valid throughout the period of stay in Canada. The work permit will not be longer than the validity of the passport.

· have, prior to departure, a round trip ticket or sufficient financial resources to purchase such a ticket;

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· not be accompanied by dependant(s) under your IEC application;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· be registered at a post-secondary education institution in Mexico;

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract for a work placement or internship in Canada that meets the requirements of your academic curriculum in Mexico;

· pay a participation fee that is the equivalent of $C150 in Mexican pesos; and

· not have participated in the Canada-Mexico Youth Mobility Arrangement in the last 3 years.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and New Zealand Working Holiday Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Working Holiday Category

The Working Holiday category is designed for New Zealand citizens who intend to travel in Canada and who wish to find temporary paid employment to help pay for their stay (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Working Holiday category, you must:

· be a New Zealand citizen with a valid New Zealand passport;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee that is equivalent to C$150 in New Zealand dollars; and

· not have participated in the International Experience Canada Working Holiday category before.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Norway Working Holiday Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Working Holiday Category

The Working Holiday category is designed for Norwegian citizens who intend to travel in Canada and who wish to find temporary paid employment to help pay for their stay (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Working Holiday category, you must:

· be a Norwegian citizen who normally resides in Norway;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 (approximately NOK 14,000) to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee, SEK985; and

· not have participated in the Working Holiday category before. As a Norwegian citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time in a different category.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Norway Young Professionals Category

Eligibility Criteria for the Young Professionals Category

The Young Professionals category is designed for Norwegian citizens, particularly graduates of post-secondary educational institutions in Norway, who wish to further their careers by gaining work experience under a pre-arranged contract of employment in Canada (maximum 12 months).

To be eligible for the Young Professionals category, you must:

· be a Norwegian citizen who normally resides in Norway;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 (approximately NOK 14,000) to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee, SEK985;

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract of employment in Canada that is related to your field of professional expertise (degree and/or work experience) and that supports your career development (progression or lateral movement); and

· not have participated in the Young Professionals category before. As a Norwegian citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time under a different category.

Youth Mobility Program Canada and Norway International Co-op (Internship) Category

Eligibility Criteria for the International Co-op (Internship) Category

The International Co-op (Internship) category is designed for Norwegian citizens who are registered students at a post-secondary institution in Norway and who intend to complete a work placement or internship in Canada (maximum 12 months) to fulfill part of their academic curriculum.

To be eligible for the International Co-op (Internship) category, you must:

· be a Norwegian citizen who normally resides in Norway;

· be between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive);

· have the equivalent of C$2,500 (approximately NOK 14,000) to help cover your expenses at the beginning of your stay;

· be prepared to take out health-care insurance for the duration of your stay – you may have to present evidence of this insurance when you enter Canada;

· pay a participation fee, (SEK985);

· be registered as a student in Norway;

· have received a signed letter of offer or contract for a work placement or internship in Canada that meets the requirements of your academic curriculum in Norway; and

· not have participated in the International Co-op category before. As a Norwegian citizen, you may participate in International Experience Canada only twice and each time in a different category.

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