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In Canada, education never stops. As an internationally-educated professional, there is a wealth of resources such as bridging programs, English and French language training and continuing education options to help you equip yourself for professional success. Gain the credentials you need to get the job you want. Discover these avenues and more in this section.

Shamira Madhany on how WES is assisting students, immigrants during the pandemic

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The unprecedented pandemic situation has forced the world to change the way it functions. Going digital and working remotely is the need of the hour. In this interview with New Canadians, Shamira Madhany, Managing Director – Canada and Deputy Executive Director, World Education Services (WES), shares how the evaluation body has digitized their Educational Credential […]

WES’ new program, a solution for newcomers who don’t have access to documentation

The Chang School’s Workplace Communication in Canada program

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Communicating in an assertive, yet collaborative way The fully online and in-class Workplace Communication in Canada program offered by The Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University focuses on helping immigrants conquer the little gaps in communications skills that they face in Canada . It is designed to help newcomers acquire public speaking skills […]

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WES’ new program, a solution for newcomers who don’t have access to documentation

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Many newcomers who move to Canada might be doing so as a result of being forcibly displaced from their countries of origin. In many cases, they do not have access to the credentials needed in order to pursue education and work in Canada. World Education Services has recently launched the Gateway program for such individuals. […]

York’s Bridging Program for IEPs helps you gain the credentials you might be missing

IPLAN supports internationally trained architects

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Like all other professionals moving to Canada, internationally trained architects come with skills and experience but find it difficult to find work in their field. Apart from the absence of a network to help these internationally trained architects with their job search, there is one other significant factor that hinders them. It is the lack […]

Windmill Microlending is the new face of IAF Canada

Canadian Language Benchmarks standard, and what it means to newcomers

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Communities are stronger when everyone is engaged, connected and well-integrated. For that very reason, developing language skills is essential for any newcomer to Canada. Some newcomers need help to improve their language skills to get a job, while others want to learn English in order to navigate activities and interactions in their daily lives. This […]

York’s Bridging Program for IEPs helps you gain the credentials you might be missing

Chang School program helps internationally trained doctors find work

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The new internationally trained medical doctors bridging program helps international doctors stay in health-care industry. Last Monday marked the start of a new semester at Ryerson, but for 14 students at the G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, it also marked the start of a new beginning. The internationally trained medical doctors (ITMD) bridging program […]

Get ready for CPA – Interview with University of Lethbridge program director

Bridging programs: how can they help newcomers to Canada?

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In this interview, Dean of The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University, Dr. Marie Bountrogianni explains the unique difference between a bridging program and a regular education program and talks about how it can improve employment outcomes for newcomers to Canada. “It is important to know the expectations in a new […]

Canadianizing skills with Humber College Bridging Programs

Advice from Chang School alumni: Tips for career success (in Canada)

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As part of Ryerson University’s Alumni Weekend on October 1, 2016 The Chang School of Continuing Education held a panel discussion with five grads from our most popular certificate programs. The career-focused discussion covered a wide range of topics – from industry specific skills to the importance of networking and mentorship. Below are the top 5 takeaways from […]

Long term care homes in Ontario call for internationally trained health professionals

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