I want to be LEED certified too in the future 😅My degree is NAAB certified, from what I researched I see it's recognized both in america and Canada. I guess you would know better hahaAnd yea I feel you😕Hopefully it all works out well in the end!
That’s great! NAAB certified does mean you can straight away get registered into the internship program here in Canada and US and start your path to licensing 😊You know you would be a very good chance to emmigrate to Canada, considering your masters degree in architecture and fact that you are very good at English AND French. Canada would welcome you with open arms. Not sure if you are interested 😉
Thank you❤I definitely am, I am considering france and Canada for now.But I was more thinking to apply for a specialisation in either one of those countries and apply for a citizenship after that.
You don’t need to do any specialisation if you decide to come to Canada. You could apply for PR and move here, and start working straight away and even start your path to licence.You do need a minimum of one year of work experience to be eligible and then you have to make sure you get the required number of points to be issued the invitation to PR. You havé several things to your advantage:1. Your age - higher points for people below 302. Your education - A masters degree will get you high points3. English - your English skills are evidently very good, and I believe you can score a CLB 9 on the IELTS3. French - If your French is good and you are able to score above CLB 7 in all sections on the French test, your points would boost 4. You are an architect - I got invited by the province of Ontario most likely because of my profession - this is not a regular thing, I got lucky. But Canada, does need Architects.
Really thank you for all these info!You're very helpful.My french is good, I did the french baccalaureate so I don't think I need any french tests.But I thought the masters is also a way for me to get more contacts, to better my prospects in getting a decent job there.
You would need to take a French and English test regardless if you intend to claim points for proficiency in the languages. Even a native speaker would need to take the tests. But it should be easy for you.Having a masters definitely improves your chances of getting a job. However, without a PR companies would be very hesitant to sponsor a work visa for you. They would rather hire a citizen or a PR because it’s easier.You could come here on a student visa and work while you study. After you finish your studies, I think you get an open work permit, that would allow you to work, and then side by side apply for PR.
that's good to hear.Now you can prep and take your time.
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Yeah it's good though haven't studied much anyway thanks to more workload when working from home.
Sry to hear that😕
Thanks, appreciate it.will need to word hard to catch up.
best of lck!
Thanks !!! Need lots of it ;)
Yea me too but my jury isn't online