Telfer International Career Mentorship Program
The International Career Mentorship Program facilitates international students’ transition towards a career in Canada. Matched with accomplished mentors, these 3rd and 4th year students will develop their professional skillset and learn about Canadian workplace culture.
Workshop: Job Search for International Students
Job searching is a difficult task and can be even more challenging for someone that is not from Canada. This workshop, organized by the Career Centre specifically for international students, highlights the nuances of the job search and recruitment process in Canada.
The Telfer Career Centre has launched Highered, a global career portal that comes as an addition to all other existing initiatives and resources students have access to at school. It is targeted towards international students looking for placements back at home and local students that want to explore an international experience.
As a Telfer student, you gain exclusive entrance to an international network of internship and job opportunities in Asia, Europe and America. The GTP provides the perfect opportunity for Telfer students to seek internship opportunities while on exchange overseas or to pursue international careers.
Top industry sectors featured:
- banking and financial services
- consumer goods
Each student can also complete a free ability test on work-related bahaviour, numerical reasoning, verbal skills and motivation. There is no cost involved. All you have to do is login with uOttawa email address on the portal: https://telfer.gethighered.global/.
uOttawa International Office
The International Office organizes over 30 activities per year for international and exchange students. Social outings, cultural activities and sporting events are a great way to make friends, stay active and to discover some Canadian traditions.
There are many groups outside of the IO that are similarly dedicated to engaging students in extra-curricular activities, so make sure to explore this section for a detailed list of the many ways that you can get involved.
Various organizations on campus offer ways for students to get involved:
Stay connected with the International Office Facebook group for information on events, housing, textbooks and activities.
To contact International Office:
Tabaret Hall, Room 386C
550 Cumberland Street
K1N 6N5 CANADA
Tel: +1 613 562 5847
Fax: +1 613 562 5100
The International Office offers a consultation service regarding immigration questions. Please note that the immigration consultant is there to advise on student-related temporary residence matters. Questions on permanent residence or Canadian citizenship issues should be directed to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (www.cic.gc.ca).
Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC)
Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program
The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program is an avenue that may allow you to live and work in Ontario permanently. The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program allows Ontario to nominate people for permanent resident status, and have their application fast-tracked by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC).
Career Development Program for International Students (CDPIS)
Are you an international student who envisions a life in Canada? If so, the Career Development Program for International Students is here to help kick start your career here! The program offers various workshops held over five weeks both in French AND in English. If you want to know how to benefit from networking events or how to ace an interview, this program is for you! Learn all about employability in Canada, job search strategies and immigration through hands-on learning.