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Guides for employers and international students 

The International Education Centre at MSVU was proud to partner with Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) to develop two guides to support employment and retention of international students and graduates to the Atlantic region.

Available in both official languages, both International students and Employers will find these guides are a helpful resource in this area.

These guides can be downloaded and added to organizational websites, and distributed in soft or hard copies as desired.

Two graduates displayed on the student guide cover

Download the student's guide.

Student FR

Télécharger le guide de l’étudiant étranger.

Employer guide cover

Download the employer's guide.

Employer FR Cover

Télécharger le guide de l’employeur.

Downloadable Rack Cards

We have also included promotional rack cards that can be downloaded and printed, which will allow the guides to be promoted without the need to print the entire guide.

Student Guide Rack Card

Carte en vitrine: Guide de l’étudiant étranger

Employer Guide Rack Card

Carte en vitrine: Guide de l’employeur

About these publications:

This publication originated at Mount Saint Vincent University (MSVU) as a project undertaken by Career Services and Co-operative Education. The expansion of the guides to include information and resources for all of Atlantic Canada was made possible with the support of the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA).

We are grateful to the advisory committee, which was made up of representatives from across the university and college sector in the Atlantic provinces, as well as representatives from the provincial immigration offices, and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. Their time spent reviewing and making suggestions was valuable in ensuring that the content is as complete as possible and is an accurate reflection of our individual areas.

MSVU will maintain these guides on an ongoing basis. Any feedback can be sent to msvu.ca