International Education Stream

The province of Manitoba is offering three different new Canadian emigration ways for undergraduates and graduates supporting the Manitoba International Education Stream of the MPNP, with a refreshed focus on entrepreneurship and skilled jobs.

This stream is committed to helping international applicants in Manitoba to settle in the territory as permanent citizens. Manitoba aims to implement a faster path to Canadian resident status for international students who have studied at any institution in Manitoba.

International Education Stream

International Education Stream pathways

There are three pathways:

  • Career Employment Pathway
  • Graduate Internship Pathway
  • International Student Entrepreneur Pilot

Note: If you are an international student who graduated in another province of Canada, you will not be eligible under this stream but may be eligible under the renewed Skilled Worker in Manitoba Stream.

The pathway under the international education program of Manitoba is:

Career Employment Pathway (MPNP)

The Career Employment Pathway provides faster nomination pathways for post-secondary students who graduate and find long-term employment in Manitoba in an in-demand occupation consistent with their training. If you meet these conditions, To get eligible and qualified, you must follow the following criteria for this stream:

  • The candidate must have a degree or a certificate from a favored secondary organization in Manitoba from a full-time knowledge plan that lasted for more than 1 year.
  • Score a level 7 on the CLB for English or French.
  • Have a legitimate job with a 1-year settlement offer from a nominated employer for an in-demand profession.
  • The job proposal must be for a profession incorporated as NOC regulations and laws.
  • Skill level 0 – managerial tasks, A – acknowledged jobs demanding a university qualification, or B – experienced trades or technical tasks asking for training as an assistant or a college degree and relevant to your study stream.
  • Indicate to live and serve in Manitoba after the proposal.
  • Present a Career Employment Plan nominating your professional track in Manitoba.
  • Have sufficient economic resources to coincide with the low income or cutoff conditions for 6 months in Manitoba.

If you have been certified from an organization outside the region of Manitoba, then you are not suitable for this program.

However, if you are currently working in the province and have a legitimate job offer, you can apply and qualify for the Skilled Workers program in Manitoba.

Career Employment Pathway (MPNP)

Graduate Internship Pathway (MPNP)

This immigration path is for foreign candidates with a Masters or medical qualification from a favored learning organization in Manitoba. 

International students must also be hired currently in an internship that presents confidently to the province. If you have worked in an accelerated or raised training such as Mitacs in Manitoba, then you do not require a legitimate job proposal to apply for this program. 

You must satisfy the following added standards to qualify:

  • Complete a master’s or medical degree program in the previous 3 years from a favored learning foundation in Manitoba.
  • Score a minimum of level 7 on the CLB for English or French or both.
  • Aim to continue serving and residing in the province after the proposal.
  • Present a Career Employment Plan nominating the possibilities to build your occupation in the province.
  • Have good economic sources to engage with the low income and cut off conditions for a minimum of 6 months.
  • Having finished a master’s or doctoral program in Manitoba along with a Mitacs Elevate or Accelerate internship (including Accelerate Entrepreneur) at qualifying industry and research entities in Manitoba, applicants don’t need a job offer when applying.

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International Student Entrepreneur Pilot (MPNP)

This immigration guide stream contributes 20 international candidates studying from nominated education institutions in Manitoba and the possibility to build a business and achieve a temporary work license

Fortunately, if the applicant matches the requirements of their Business Performance Agreement, then the permanent residents will receive a provincial nomination.

You must match the following added measures to qualify:

  • You need to propose a business strategy and be involved in the everyday operations of the profession as a senior supervisor for a minimum of 6 months before implementing. 
  • You must also have a solid temporary business license and own at least 50% of the voting portions of the business.
  • You will also need to signify a Business Performance Agreement (BPA).
  • You must have a secondary qualification or certificate for a study program for a minimum of 2 years from a nominated learning foundation in Manitoba.
  • You must score a minimum of level 7 on the CLB on an authorized language test of English or French.
  • Age must be between 21 and 35.
  • You must have either an open work license while employed.
  • You must have been employed currently in Manitoba since your degree qualification.
  • You must also describe your purpose to continue living in the province after getting your appointment. 
  • Since you are not obligated to invest establishment funds, there is no lowest net worth condition. However, you must explain enough economic sources to meet the low income and cutoff for a minimum of 6 months. 
  • After the acceptance of your application, you will be asked for the BPA before getting a letter of assistance to ask for a temporary work license.
International Student Entrepreneur Pilot (MPNP)

You are not applicable to employ for the MPNP, if:

  • You are a foreigner claimant, having an unresolved governmental application, or were allotted a dismissal order.
  • You are a foreign substitute worker subsisting outside Manitoba.
  • Your request for the MPNP was rejected in the previous 6 months, and the ground logic for rejection was not written.
  • You have an effective immigration form with another provincial stream.

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