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Federal Skilled Worker NOC 2147 Computer Engineer

Discussion in 'Skilled Worker / Professional Immigration' started by jassie78, May 21, 2013.

  1. Hi,

    I've been working as a support technician for nearly 8 years continuous employment which falls under Skill Level B NOC 2282 I believe.

    I have a Computing Diploma 3 years education from University with certificate. I have a Diploma Supplement sheet to say my university ID, name, d.o.b main fields studied which are Network and Communications.

    Can I apply under NOC 2147 Computer Engineer which is the one of the 24 skills for Federal Skill worker?

    Description for NOC 2147 - w w w.servicecanada.gc.ca/eng/qc/job_futures/statistics/2147.shtml

    Some feedback from Senior member would be much appreciated.

    Thanks
     
  2. Not sure.

    According to the education requirements a degree is required. The educational assessment should tell what the Canadian equivalency.

    a university degree in computer engineering, in software engineering or in electrical engineering with an option in computers is usually required. A university degree in computer science may also allow entry to this occupation. Participation in co-op program internships is an asset[color]
     


  3. Hi,

    I found out on the Determine your eligibility – Federal skilled workers page section B regarding Education

    You must have:

    a Canadian diploma, certificate, or credential. My certification is UK diploma which is world recognize which the Educational Credential Assessment would say is equivalent to a Canadian diploma.

    I know the education is not a problem for me.

    I'm I eligible to apply under NOC 2147 based on the original post of my first question?

    Thanks
     
  4. Dont think so a Diploma will work.
    You need Bachelors to secure enough points and it has to be evaluated
     
  5. Ok, forget about education for now can someone verify the first question on this topic.

    Thanks
     

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