Oct 11, 2017

Working While Studying In Canada

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Edited: Oct 11, 2017

Most international students hope to make money on the side while studying in Canada. International Students are allowed to work 20hours while in school ( Sept to Apr) and 40Hours while on holidays (typically May to August).

Average minimum Wage in Canada is $11.70 per hour. Minimum wage vary form province to province. To find out the minimum wage in your province of study, click here

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