2021 Archive

The Working Holiday Visa Canada: A Guide for Austrians

The Working Holiday Visa Canada: A Guide for Austrians

Posted December 22, 2021 in How To Guide

If you’re an Austrian looking to apply for a working holiday visa for Canada, but are finding the whole process confusing, you’ve come to the right place. International Experience Canada (IEC) started offering the Working Holiday work permit for Austrians in 2018. The permit allows Austrians between the age of 18 and 30 to live and work …Continue Reading

Canada Summer Working Holiday Guide

Canada Summer Working Holiday Guide

Posted December 7, 2021 in Working Holiday

Many people assume that Canada is in a permanent state of winter, but we also have a fantastic summer season! On a Canada summer working holiday, experience beautiful emerald green forests and turquoise lakes, epic wildlife – from bears to whales, wolves and moose – and adrenaline-fuelled activities (more on that later). In fact, there is so …Continue Reading

Canada Ski Working Holiday: 2022 Guide

Canada Ski Working Holiday: 2022 Guide

Posted December 2, 2021 in How To Guide, Working Holiday

Are you keen to work and ski in Canada during the winter 2022 season? Every year we place working holiday travellers from around the world in ski resort jobs in Canada through our Working Holiday Resort Job Program. These travellers come from any one of the countries included in International Experience Canada‘s Youth Mobility Agreement, which allows …Continue Reading

Work Abroad in Canada: 2022 Resort Job Guide

Work Abroad in Canada: 2022 Resort Job Guide

Posted December 2, 2021 in How To Guide

Want to work abroad in Canada in 2022? Canada is the perfect year-round destination if you wish to experience a ski season then spend the summer exploring national parks. It’s a great place to enjoy the endless outdoor adventure activities, meet people from all over the world and, if English isn’t your first language, improve your language …Continue Reading

Move to Canada From Germany – 2022 Working Holiday Visa Guide

Move to Canada From Germany – 2022 Working Holiday Visa Guide

Posted November 19, 2021 in How To Guide

Are you planning to move to Canada from Germany in 2022? Then you’ve come to the right place. Canada is no longer a risk area for COVID-19, and as a result, no additional travel restrictions apply from Germany, so let’s get you your working holiday visa! The working holiday visa is a Youth Mobility program (programm für …Continue Reading

Working Holiday in Canada 2022

Working Holiday in Canada 2022

Posted October 8, 2021 in How To Guide, Working Holiday

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are looking for our Recognized Organization Working Holiday/Young Professional work permits, this program is NOT applicable. Please refer to this blog post for more information. Our Working Holiday Resort Job is designed for first-time applicants that come to Canada under regular IEC participation for the first time. There’s a reason Canada is repeatedly voted one of the most liveable countries in the …Continue Reading

IEC 2021 Recognized Organization – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

IEC 2021 Recognized Organization – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Posted March 3, 2021 in How To Guide, Recognized Organization (RO)

April 2021: We have now reached the maximum number of applications that we can process due to the limitations on the quota for Recognized Organizations. We are NOT accepting anymore applications to be part of our waiting list. IEC 2021 is here, and since Canada presently has travel restrictions in place, IEC has done their best to …Continue Reading

Canada Travel Restrictions & COVID-19: Latest Updates

Canada Travel Restrictions & COVID-19: Latest Updates

Posted February 24, 2021 in How To Guide, Recognized Organization (RO)

UPDATED: December 17th, 2021   In effect: Fully vaccinated travellers who have been in any country other than Canada and the United States in the 14 days prior to entry to Canada may be selected for arrival testing. They must quarantine in a suitable place until they receive a negative test result. If they’re selected for arrival testing, they may take …Continue Reading