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UFV's multi-disciplinary Migration and Citizenship graduate certificate program uses real case studies to investigate human movement, resettlement, and belonging, both globally and with a particular focus on the Canadian experience.
The Migration and Citizenship graduate certificate is designed for employed professionals wanting to grow their skills or recent graduates wishing to enter the field of immigration and resettlement.
The program is scheduled to accommodate both working and full-time students, with classes offered in evening and weekend time slots. If you choose to study full time, you can complete this graduate certificate in eight months. But you can also opt to study part-time and take up to three years to earn your credential.
Graduates who wish to pursue their studies can ladder into the UFV Migration and Citizenship graduate diploma or transfer into related master’s programs.
View the Migration and Citizenship certificate program outline in the UFV Academic Calendar.
There is steady demand for settlement professionals to help new immigrants with advocacy, language acquisition, vocational counselling, education, translation, legal assistance, and health services, among other social needs.
Jobs in migration and citizenship exist in non-governmental organizations (NGOs), community services, local settlement agencies, immigration consultancies, humanitarian relief organizations, government bodies, and intergovernmental organizations.
Professionals in the field have titles such as settlement practitioner, project officer – multiculturalism, immigration consultant, refugee settlement program coordinator, immigration program coordinator, social policy researcher, development project officer, or social service planner.
View the Migration and Citizenship certificate entrance requirements in the UFV Academic Calendar.