Work Opportunity During Study
Canada allows international students to work for up to 20 hours a week while studying and full-time during summer and winter breaks. This earning helps Bangladeshi students manage their expenses by supporting themselves financially.
Bangladeshi students studying for Diploma, Undergraduate or Masters will receive study permit upon arrival to Canada in order to pursue these jobs
- On-campus work
- Off-campus work
- Co-op placements
Wages or salaries for the work vary based on the student’s skills and position however the lowest wage permitted by law or by a special agreement (minimum wage) expected by students from Bangladesh are given below:
|Minimum wage across Canada in 2022|
|Provinces||Minimum Hourly Wage|
|★ Alberta||$15.00 CAD|
|★ British Columbia||$15.65 CAD|
|★ Manitoba||$11.95 CAD|
|★ Ontario||$15.00 CAD|
|★ New Brunswick||$12.75 CAD|
|★ Newfoundland and Labrador||$13.20 CAD|
|★ Northwest Territories||$15.20 CAD|
|★ Nova Scotia||$13.35 CAD|
|★ Nunavut||$16.00 CAD|
|★ Prince Edward Island||$13.70 CAD|
|★ Québec||$14.25 CAD|
|★ Saskatchewan||$11.81 CAD|
Co-op opportunities for Bangladeshi Students in Canada
Bangladeshi students can also take part in Co-op, also known as co-operative education, combines your school studies with an official paid work term. Ultimately, you gain valuable experience in a career you’re interested in while earning your degree.
If you are interested in enrolling in a CO-OP program in Canada, the process is very simple and work term lasts for around four months, during which time the student gets placed in an organization relevant to their field of study, with a specific role and reports to a manager.