The Work/Study Grant Program, managed by the Université Laval Placement Service (SPLA) in cooperation with the Scholarships and Financial Aid Office (BBAF), is financed in equal parts by Québec’s Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur and Université Laval. The purpose of the program is to encourage students to pursue their studies. It allows students receiving loans and bursaries who are experiencing financial difficulties to be eligible for a grant to help them obtain employment as an assistant or contract agent.
For employers to see you are eligible for the grant on the SPLA website, you must complete the form. The BBAF will review your file and send you an eligibility notice as soon as possible. When the time comes, you will be able to apply for the assistant or contract agent offers that interest you.
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Confirm your eligibility
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Submit your application
A teaching assistant is a student who helps teaching staff with various tasks related to class preparation, presentation, and evaluation.
The teaching assistant may also be asked to teach with professor supervision.
For more information, contact your department, school, or faculty.
A research assistant is a student who helps a research team, a professor, or another person who receives grants or research contracts with research-related tasks.
For more information, consult the Human Resources Website.
In some cases, international students are allowed to work off campus.
You can usually work on campus without having to obtain a work permit. However, you must have a valid study permit and a valid Québec Certificate of Acceptance (QCA). You must also have a social insurance number (SIN) and be enrolled full time.
Université Laval’s main services regularly hire students.
This program is managed by the Placement Service and is for international students. It provides international students with an opportunity to obtain valuable professional experience in their field of study. Students will be able to develop the skills and abilities sought in the labour market through the tasks and roles offered. The program is financed in equal parts by Ministère de l’Éducation, de l’Enseignement supérieur du Québec and Université Laval.
Who it’s for
The main purpose of the Campus Jobs for International Students Program is to encourage students to pursue their studies. It is only open to international students who pay supplemental tuition fees.
- Be an international student
- Pay supplemental tuition fees
- Be enrolled full-time at Université Laval for the entire fall and winter semesters in an undergraduate, master’s, or doctoral program during the hiring period
- For the summer semester: have studied full time during the previous winter semester and be planning to enrol full-time in the subsequent fall semester at Université Laval or be enrolled for at least 6 credits at Université Laval for the summer semester
- For the summer semester: teaching assistants must be enrolled full-time at Université Laval for the entire summer semester (Section 4.01 of STEP’s collective agreement)
- Be registered with SPLA
Under the Campus Jobs for International Students Program, you can participate in support and development projects related to:
- Teaching and the improvement of teaching material
- Development of service unit activities
- Departmental or faculty development