| Quebec Immigration - Work Experience|| || || |
The Work Experience criterion is one of the ten criteria for which points are awarded under the Quebec Immigration selection system.
Up to 9 points are awarded under the Experience criterion of Quebec immigration. This criterion is absolutely essential. Unless at least 1 point is awarded under the Work Experience criterion, the application will be automatically refused.
|Less than 6 months||0 Points|
|6 to 11 months||2 Points|
|12 to 23 months||4 Points|
|24 to 35 months||6 Points|
|36 to 47 months||7 Points|
|48 months and over||9 Points|
- Work experience must have been accumulated during the ten years preceding the application date.
- Work experience includes remunerated employment and internships, whether remunerated or not.
- As an exception, an international student who has received a diploma from a Quebec university or college (or will receive a diploma within 12 months of the application date) does not need to meet the six month work requirement and is automatically awarded 1 point under the Work Experience criterion.