Kristine De Leon braved the pandemic to get to Canada and pursue her diploma program at Centennial College. She travelled from the Philippines to Toronto in a 14 hour, passenger-packed flight, while wearing a mask and face shield the entire time – but she will not let anything stop her – her relentless determination carried her out of the virus – threatened travel.
Like other Filipinos, one of the fuelling reasons why she wanted to study in Canada is to get a good chance for permanent residency, besides the obvious that Canada’s education is of high quality and world-renowned. It is safe to say that studying Business Accounting at Centennial College can take her one step closer to her Canadian Residency, and here is the simple reason why: Centennial College and her program are eligible for post-graduate work permit.
Quick Fact: What is Post-Graduate Work Permit?
Post-Graduate Work Permit is an open work permit given to students who have graduated from eligible Canadian Designated Learning Institution (DLI). The work experience an international graduate has garnered can be counted for when he/she applies for permanent residency.
Centennial College has five (5) campuses conveniently located across the province of Ontario with 8 schools to cater to local and international students. These campuses are:
Ashtonbee Campus houses the School of Transportation which is one of the biggest automotive and aircraft technology training centres in Canada.
Downsview Campus has the School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science that includes the impressive program of Aerospace Manufacturing.
Morningside Campus has the School of Community and Health Studies and some Engineering Technology and Applied Science Program. This campus is located at Rouge Valley Conservation Area and the building is eco-friendly that supports sustainability.
Progress Campus speaks for itself as it carries the Schools of Business and Hospitality, Tourism, and Culinary Arts. Other advanced programs such as Child Studies and Community Service Programs, and Automation Engineering Technology, and Advanced Manufacturing can be found on this campus.
Business Accounting is 2 years, post-secondary diploma program by Centennial College’s Business School. This program is available all year round intakes: for Fall (September), Winter (January), and Summer (May). The two-year duration of the program is divided into 4 semesters packed with competitive subjects that develop students’ crucial accounting and managing skills.
This program is designed to focus on fostering proficiency in financial and managerial accounting that will build a solid foundation for employable skills. In a quick two years, students are transformed into professionals that can readily pursue these careers:
- Junior Accountant
- Accounting Clerk
- Accounting Assistant
- Accounts Payable Clerk
- Accounts Payable Officer
- Accounts Receivable Officer
- Credit and Collections Officer
- Fixed Asset Management Officer
- Financial Consultant
- Financial Officer etc.,
This diploma program can also be counted towards pursuing a degree as it is accepted by 27 different Canadian education institutions.
Whether you are in it for just the Business Accounting Diploma or more, completing this program will surely accelerate you to the professional accounting world and help you fast-track a Canadian residency.