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International Students

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By now you're probably absorbed in your studies and making fast friends with other students. Here are a few tips to help you get settled.

Expand - Saving money when you shop Saving money when you shop

Expand - Getting  your driver's license Getting your driver's license

Expand - Participate in a co-op or internship program Participate in a co-op or internship program

You are on: Manage your money tabs

At this point in your life, most of your money is likely tied up in tuition and everything else to do with student life. If you do find yourself with some extra money, here are a couple of things to consider.

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You are on: Become a Canadian Citizen tabs

It's probably hard to think beyond the school year or even your first term. But whether you stay in Canada or return to your home country, at some point you will need to plan your future. Here are a few things to think about:

Expand - Consider working in Canada after finishing your studies Consider working in Canada after finishing your studies

Expand - Consider becoming a Canadian citizen Consider becoming a Canadian citizen

Expand - Consider bringing over your spouse or common law partner to work while your study Consider bringing over your spouse or common law partner to work while you study

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