NAKH is committed to providing International Students with the information required to join this program. Additionally, our school provides our International Students with support services such as housing, health care, career and academic counselling, cultural adjustment, and mental health support. Our team is dedicated to your success and we will hold your hand every step of the way!
Discovering Student Housing in Edmonton: Your Home Away From Home
Edmonton beckons with a vibrant urban scene, offering a tapestry of cultural experiences, entertainment, and recreational adventures. Amidst its rich tapestry of restaurants, art galleries, museums, festivals, theaters, and sporting events, lies a welcoming environment for students from all walks of life. If you are new to Edmonton, please take a look at this Newcomers Guide available in many languages.
Finding Your Home:
When it comes to housing, Edmonton provides a range of options to suit your preferences and needs. From cozy apartments to shared housing, the city offers a variety of choices that cater to different lifestyles and budgets.
Connecting to Resources:
The journey to finding the right student housing can be made easier by tapping into local resources. Reach out to your educational institution's housing office for guidance, insights, and potential roommate connections. Additionally, online platforms, classifieds, and social media groups can serve as valuable tools in your housing search. Here are some links that may be helpful to you:
Exploring the Neighbourhoods: Edmonton's neighbourhoods each possess a unique charm and character. Whether you're drawn to the bustling energy of downtown or the serene ambiance of the suburbs, there's a neighbourhood that suits your vibe.
Proximity to Amenities:
Consider the convenience of being within reach of all that Edmonton offers. Whether it's the allure of West Edmonton Mall, the allure of restaurants, theaters, or the natural beauty of outdoor trails, your student housing can be a gateway to it all.
Navigating the Nightlife:
The city's nightlife is a tapestry of excitement waiting to be explored. From dinner theaters to dance clubs, live music to comedy shows, you'll find a diverse array of entertainment to unwind and create cherished memories.
In your pursuit of student housing, remember that Edmonton's community is here to support you. Embrace the adventure of finding your perfect home in a city brimming with possibilities.
Health and Social Services:
To find resources for international students in the City of Edmonton who need emergency medical services or doctor's appointments, you can follow these steps:
Contact Your School:
Start by reaching out to our international student services or counseling department. We have resources and information for international students regarding healthcare services, insurance coverage, and emergency procedures.
Public Healthcare Services:
In Canada, most provinces provide public healthcare services to residents and international students. In Alberta, the program is called Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan (AHCIP). Check the official AHCIP website for information on eligibility and how to access healthcare services.
Walk-In Clinics and Hospitals:
Edmonton has various walk-in clinics and hospitals all over the city where you can receive medical attention. Research and locate nearby clinics or hospitals and note their contact details. The hospital located closest to our campus is Grey Nuns Hospital, with walk in clinics and pharmacies close-by in the Capilano area.
In case of a medical emergency, dial 911 for immediate assistance.
Reach out to local community organizations that you may identify with to provide support to international students. They might have information on healthcare services, emergency assistance, and resources tailored to your needs.
Online directories like Google Maps or Yelp can help you find nearby medical clinics, hospitals, pharmacies, and emergency care centres.
The Government of Alberta's official website may have information about healthcare services and resources for international students in the City of Edmonton.
Remember that healthcare resources and information can change, so it's a good idea to confirm details with the sources provided or by contacting the relevant organizations directly. Your school's international student services department can often provide the most accurate and up-to-date information for students in your area.
Post Graduate Work Permit:
As you embark on your journey towards studying in Canada, it's important to be informed about the opportunities that await you both in your education and in your future career. At our learning institution, we are committed to providing accurate and transparent information to all prospective international students.
According to the guidelines set by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), it is our responsibility to ensure that you are well-informed about the regulations surrounding working and studying in Canada. One key aspect to consider is Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) eligibility.
Under the current IRCC regulations, we want to make you aware that international students who choose to attend Private Career Colleges, which Wholistic Health Training falls under are not eligible to receive a Post-Graduation Work Permit upon completing their studies. This is an important consideration when planning your educational journey and your future career aspirations.
We believe that being well-informed empowers you to make the best decisions for your education and your future. While PGWP eligibility might not be applicable in certain cases, we are dedicated to providing you with the support and resources you need to succeed in your chosen path of study.
Feel free to reach out to our dedicated team if you have any questions or need further clarification about this regulation. We are here to guide you through every step of your educational journey, helping you make the most of your time in Canada