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The Ontario PNP has welcomed 326 master’s degree graduates



Invited candidates can now go for a provincial nomination in Ontario

Ontario held its second Masters Grad stream draw on August 25th. To be invited, applicants had to have an Expression of Interest (EOI) score of at least 37, which was a small drop from the initial draw. They now have 14 days to submit an application and pay an amount of $1,500 as application cost.


The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) launched its EOI intake system for post-graduate candidates earlier this month. International students who have earned a master’s degree from an approved Ontario university can now apply for immigration at any time through the Ontario Provincial Nominee Program (PNP).

To be considered for the Master’s Graduate stream, you must first register with Ontario’s e-Filing Portal and then submit an expression of interest for your graduate program. The province of Ontario then asks qualified applicants to file for a provincial nomination, which substantially strengthens any application for Canadian permanent residency.

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You do not need a job offer to apply; however, you must apply within two years of graduation. This track is open to graduates of the universities listed below:

York University

Trent University


Brock University

Algoma University

Nipissing University


Queen’s University

Ryerson University

Carleton University


Lakehead University

Western University

Saint Paul University


St.Jerome’s University

Victoria University

McMaster University


University of Guelph

University of Ottawa

University of Toronto


University of Waterloo

University of Windsor

Laurentian University


Wilfrid Laurier University

Huron University College

Brescia University College


King’s University College

Dominican University College

Royal Military College of Canada


University of Trinity College

University of St. Michael’s College

University of Ontario Institute of Technology


Ontario College of Art & Design University

Ontario ranks EOI profiles based on a set of human capital characteristics identified by the province to be critical in identifying immigrants with the potential to succeed. The skill level of your job offer and your Canadian work experience is used to assign you points.

The OINP scoring mechanism varies depending on the stream in which you apply. In addition to your skill level and employment experience, it takes into account your income, education, official language competence, and the region in which you study or work. Furthermore, the province may use up to 10 points at its discretion to respond to labour market demands.

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