Many newcomers to Canada face challenges when getting their international academic credentials recognized. Fortunately, some research and planning can simplify the process and help you accomplish your career goals.
Before arriving in Saskatchewan, Reyaine Mendoza was a privacy lawyer for five years in the Philippines. Like many newcomers, Reyaine had expectations and goals of continuing her professional practice in Canada. Unfortunately, many skilled newcomers cannot find suitable career options because some Canadian employers may not recognize their international credentials. As a result, Reyaine is unable to practice in her desired career in Canada.
Niagara College’s fully-funded language training programs provide eligible newcomers with an opportunity to enhance and develop their English skills through an employment focused academic setting.