Verona is hosting a free meeting for people under 35 who want to study or work in Australia and Canada. On Tuesday, April 16, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., the City Council will host an initiative in collaboration with Go Study Australia and Go Study Canada, a reality specializing in counseling and support for young people seeking international experience. The appointment will be held at the Employment Policies Service’s information center, 15 Ponte Aleardi Street.

The event will be divided into two parts. The first part will cover educational and professional opportunities in both countries, as well as all practical aspects. These include, for example, the cost of living, cities, average salaries, and even available courses such as language classes, universities, master’s degrees, and professional programs. Another important topic covered will be job opportunities, including details of needed job profiles, country-specific requirements and documentation, as well as residence permits and visas. The second part, on the other hand, will be dedicated to a comprehensively examination of the services provided by Go Study Canada and Go Study Australia to support mobility in the two countries, as well as a chance to ask the consultants questions.

To attend the meeting, fill out the form at this LINK, and the organizing secretary will contact participants for confirmation.