The Working Holiday Visa (WHV) is a temporary immigration visa that allows young people to discover a foreign country for a certain period of time.
This visa is most often for young people aged 18 to 35 years old* and generally lasts one year, renewable once. It is designed to allow you to extend your vacation abroad and discover a new culture, a way of life different from the one you know.
The main advantage of this visa is the fact that it allows you to work locally and finance your stay, but also to study for a certain period of time, which includes language courses.
If you choose to study in Australia, for example, you will have the opportunity to study for up to 17 weeks, which will give you a good basis in English, which you will be able to consolidate throughout your WHV! In Canada, you will be allowed to study for up to 6 months, a great way to enrich your resume before finding a job! Finally, in New Zealand you will also have up to 6 months to learn Shakespeare’s language. If you already have a good knowledge of English, you will also have the opportunity to undertake a short professional course !
A Working Holiday Visa is the guarantee of benefitting from an unforgettable experience while learning a foreign language!
* The age limit varies depending on the country of your choice, do not hesitate to contact us for more information on the country of your dreams!
Are you looking for an international work experience ? If so, the Working Holiday Visa is the right choice for you!
Each country is unique, and there are often numerous and disconcerting steps to obtain a Working Holiday Visa.
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On your first appointment with Catch-Up Education, our agents will ask you many questions in order to answer your needs and build with you a project that fits you 100%.
And because your project is our priority, we will provide you with 9 months of free online English courses as soon as you enrol in one of our partner schools for any course of study (university, language courses, short courses…).
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