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Post-Graduation Work Permit

The PGWP allows you to gain work experience after you graduate from your program of study in Canada. Many U of R Graduates choose to work and live in Canada after the completion of their studies.

To find out if you are eligible for a Post-Graduation Work Permit, visit Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada's website.

If you wish to learn more about the provincial immigration program, visit the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) website.

 Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) 

I want to Solution
Determine my eligibility for a PGWP

Visit IRCC's website

Apply for a PGWP online Visit IRCC's website
Apply for a PGWP by paper

Visit IRCC's website

Get my U of R Letter of Completion

Visit your faculty to find out when you can receive a Letter of Completion for your PGWP application.
Get my U of R Official Transcripts Go to the Registrar's office
Scan my documents

You can scan your documents at the Library

Apply for a PGWP but my Study Permit has already expired Visit IRCC's website

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is eligible to apply for a PGWP?

I am currently enrolled in an 8-month program. Am I eligible for a PGWP?

I am currently enrolled in a distance learning program. Am I eligible for a PGWP?

Can I apply for my Post-Graduation Work permit (PGWP) at a post if entry? You should not apply for a PGWP to the Canada Border Services Agency at a port of entry.

I have applied for my PGWP. When will I receive it?

It has been over 1 month since I applied and I have not yet received my PGWP. How can I contact IRCC? 

I have now graduated. When am I eligible to work full time?

Can I work off-campus if I have applied for my PGWP?

How do I apply for Permanent Residency through the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)?