I'm from South Korea, and thinking about getting into a college in Canada. I already have a bachelor's degree in Computer Science.
As I want to get a job in IT industry in Canada, I'd like to get a permanent residence in Canada at first. When it comes to get the permanent residency in Canada, I heard I should get into the college and get 3 year's work permit, and get a full-time job.
I've been surfing the web for the last 2 weeks, and then I've found two kinds of college courses.
- (2 Year) Post graduate certificate program (Co-op)
- (3 Year) Diploma program (Co-op)
To get into the first one, I should prove that I've had a bachelor degree or diploma in the similar major, and some agency staff said that it will be better for you to get into the post graduate certificate program, because the post graduate certificate is higher than diploma degree.
'Diploma < Advanced Diploma < Bachelor < Post Graduate Certification < Master'
But I was wondering if it is true in Canada or not. He usually makes some money from someone like me, so to be honest, I couldn't trust what he said.
Is there anyone who knows if it is true?