Nos projets - Projets 2A - Canada - Présentation

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Nos projets - Projets 2A - Canada - Présentation

  1. 1. Summary• Presentation of the country – Social Life – Economic Life• Student Life – Timetable – Student Unions• Internships – Presentation of your future job – Looking for job opportunities• Testimonials
  2. 2. PRESENTATIONOF THE COUNTRY
  3. 3. SOCIAL LIFEDemography• 33 739 859 inhabitants in 2009• 55% English speaking and 25% French speakingDistribution ofcanadian populationaccording to their age
  4. 4. SOCIAL LIFEStudent population– 1 670 772 fulltime university students– Amongst these, 123 901 international students– Between 1990 and 2004, Canadian universities awarded 25% more undergraduate and graduate degrees.
  5. 5. ECONOMIC LIFE Cost of life Canada (canadian dollars per month) equvalence in euros France (euros per month) phone 30 20 30housing 500 for a 35m² 325 450 food 150 to 200 97 to 130 >200 Working population – Rate of employment : 63,3% in 2008 – Rate of unemployment : 8,4% in 2009 including 11,6% of people aged between 15 and 24
  6. 6. STUDENT LIFE
  7. 7. TIMETABLETo valid a year : • Max = 60 credits • Min = 30 creditsOne class = 3 creditsEach student choose the courses he wants tofollow per week
  8. 8. CAMPUSThe campus of St John’s, Newfoundland, CA
  9. 9. STUDENT UNIONWork to offer some services to the students : Jobs Housing Booking Etc.
  10. 10. INTERNSHIPS
  11. 11. PRESENTATION OF YOUR FUTUR JOBWorking Hours :8 hours per day 40 hours per weekMinimum Wages :it depends on your provinceand territory.New Brunswick : $ 8,25 - € 5,04Ontario : $ 10,25– € 6,31
  12. 12. LOOKING FOR JOBS OPPORTUNITIESHow can you find a job?What do you need ? Your immigration statusYour residence visaYour Internships
  13. 13. Looking for jobs opportunities DO’S & DON’T DO’SApply for your permanent residence visa BEFORE applying for a jobStart applying only 1 to 12 weeks before a possible start datePrepare your CV in the Canadian style and short and clear coverletterProvide a Canadian postal address or mobile if it’s possibleHave copies of your residence visas and references available foremployers
  14. 14. Looking for jobs opportunities DO’S & DON’T DON’TDon’t expect everything to work like homeDon’t expect a job offer in the first weekDon’t « over negotiate » the contract with your firstemployer
  15. 15. TESTIMONIALS
  16. 16. Canadian universities partners with ESDES
  17. 17. if I had to do it again I’d do exactly Housing the same I think. Language Food Classes Discoveries CanadianExtrascolar cultureactivities A great cultural exchange ! Internship
  18. 18. BIBLIOGRAPHYhttp://www.worldstudent.com/etranger/canada/1a.shtmlhttp://www.canadianeconomy.gc.ca/english/economy/#tophttp://www43.statcan.ca/03/03a/03a_000_e.htmhttp://www.johnmolson.concordia.ca/en/resources/student-life/http://www.mun.ca/campus_maphttp://www.uleth.ca/ross/timetable/timetablehttp://www.hrsdc.gc.ca/eng/labour/employment_standards/index.shtmlhttp://www.workingincanada.gc.ca/content_pieces-eng.do?cid=203&lang=en

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