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Old Jan 20th 2017, 6:36 am
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Hi all,
Just wondering if you can shed some light on this...

So I have had my study permit extended and been studying ECE since September.
2 weeks ago, the college had it's designated institute removed (supposedly it's only temporary while it is investigated by PTI).

My question, how does this affect my eligibility to stay here and continue studying? Am I ok, since I was already enrolled and studying before the college lost its status?

How would this affect my application for Post Grad work permit?
Thanks
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Originally Posted by donnadooverylittle
Hi all,
Just wondering if you can shed some light on this...

So I have had my study permit extended and been studying ECE since September.
2 weeks ago, the college had it's designated institute removed (supposedly it's only temporary while it is investigated by PTI).

My question, how does this affect my eligibility to stay here and continue studying? Am I ok, since I was already enrolled and studying before the college lost its status?

How would this affect my application for Post Grad work permit?
Thanks
At what college are you studying Early Childhood Education? I assume not Seneca of Durham Colleges or the like, as I've read nothing about either having their licenses suspended. There are many, what I call Mickey Mouse private colleges in Ontario, many run by people with nefarious intentions. Quite a few have collapsed over the years leaving students out in the cold and owing money. I think you'll find that it's not a temporary situation. Hope I'm wrong. How can you get a post grad work permit if you haven't graduated.
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Originally Posted by donnadooverylittle
Hi all,
Just wondering if you can shed some light on this...

So I have had my study permit extended and been studying ECE since September.
2 weeks ago, the college had it's designated institute removed (supposedly it's only temporary while it is investigated by PTI).

My question, how does this affect my eligibility to stay here and continue studying? Am I ok, since I was already enrolled and studying before the college lost its status?

How would this affect my application for Post Grad work permit?
Thanks
1. From CIC:
Loss of designation status after the issuance of a study permit [R220.1(2)]

If a learning institution loses its designation status after the issuance of the study permit, the student may
  • continue to study at that institution until their study permit becomes invalid; or
  • transfer to an alternative DLI.
The student may not apply for a study permit renewal to extend their attendance at that institution.


2, You should ensure that the program that you are studying will result in a PGWP. Not all programs at DLI are eligible for a PGWP.
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It is from MTI college in BC.
We have been told by PTI that because we were enrolled before the suspension, we can continue to study and, ultimately receive our diplomas.
The suspension is to prevent them enrolling any new students, not suspended from teaching. They are being investigated over refund process and not adhering to admission policies.
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2, You should ensure that the program that you are studying will result in a PGWP. Not all programs at DLI are eligible for a PGWP.
The program is Early Childhood Educator. Which I am pretty sure is fine for PGWP.... but now I am doubting myself
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The program is Early Childhood Educator. Which I am pretty sure is fine for PGWP.... but now I am doubting myself
Determine your eligibility — Work after graduation

According to the above, providing it's over 8 months full time duration, yes
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Determine your eligibility — Work after graduation

According to the above, providing it's over 8 months full time duration, yes
keep in mind though from what I read that MTI is classified as a private college as opposed to public which can sometimes be problematic in getting a PGWP if does not align to the same requirements as a public college

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keep in mind though from what I read that MTI is classified as a private college as opposed to public which can sometimes be problematic in getting a PGWP if does not align to the same requirements as a public college
I was presuming that it was on the Designated Learning Institutes list when she applied for a student permit.

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I was presuming that it was on the Designated Learning Institutes list when she applied for a student permit.

1. Just because a school is on the DLI, depending on the program, you may not be eligible for a PGWP.
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keep in mind though from what I read that MTI is classified as a private college as opposed to public which can sometimes be problematic in getting a PGWP if does not align to the same requirements as a public college
From qualifying from MTI, I can then apply for my ECE licence which is issued by the governing body in Victoria. So, I have to meet specific requirements to get this licence, would this not mean the qualification is the same?
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1. Just because a school is on the DLI, depending on the program, you may not be eligible for a PGWP.
I did find this link

Operational Bulletin 2262B - February 22, 2011

and MTI is on here. But it is an older link.
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Can I just add, that I also have an Associate Degree from Langara college, which is a public institution
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