Yes, then you can't work full time. The university is saying that you do NOT have a scheduled break and therefore you will be violating the conditions of your study permit. This can have serious consequences for any future immigration applications.An excerpt from the university's website:
- How many hours can I work?
- 20 hours a week during regular academic sessions (Fall and Winter terms)
- Full-time during scheduled breaks - UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY.
- MOST GRADUATE STUDENTS ARE ENROLLED FULL-TIME ALL YEAR LONG and such may only work 20 hours/week off-campus all year (January through December). This includes course-based Master's students as well.
- NOTE: It is your responsibility to ensure you are in compliance with these regulations. Should you work over the amount of hours allowed, this may result in an investigation by IRCC. The University of Calgary is required to report on the enrolment status of all international students. If you are classified as full-time and you are also working full-time off campus, this may result in serious negative repercussions for you.