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Migrate to Canada as an Aerospace Engineer (NOC 21399)

Canada has a critical shortage of qualified Aerospace Engineers. If you are an Aerospace Engineer, with at least 1 years experience then you are eligible to migrate to Canada provided you can score 67 CRS points and have a positive Education Credential Assessment.

 

Qualified Aerospace Engineers are eligible for full Permanent Residency under the Federal Skilled Worker Program and Provincial Nomination Programs.

Criteria to Migrate to Canada as an Aerospace Engineer

 

  • hold bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering
  • hold a master’s degree or doctorate
  • licensing by a provincial or association
  • pass a language test
  • lodge an Express Entry application
  • receive an Invitation to Apply
  • pay the Visa Fees
  • pass Health and Character Checks

How to Immigrate to Canada as an Aerospace Engineer 

 

To immigrate to Canada as an Aerospace Engineer you’ll already need to be a licensed Engineer in your home country. Additionally, you need to demonstrate that you’re qualified to the same level as someone qualified and working as an Aerospace Engineer in Canada.

 

The steps to move to Canada as an Aerospace Engineer are:

 

  • Pass the Educational Credential Assessment

 

  • Pass an English or French Language Test

 

  • Get licensed as an Engineer in Canada

 

  • Submit an Express Entry Application

 

  • Apply for Jobs

 

  • Apply for Provincial Nomination

 

  • Receive an Invitation to Apply

 

  • Complete the Formal Application

 

  • Emigrate to Canada

 

The process of getting your Aerospace Engineering skills, experience and qualifications verified in Canada is called ‘Skills and Qualification Assessment’ and it serves two purposes.

 

-With a positive skills assessment you’ll be able to claim the requisite CRS points

 

-Your positive skills assessment will also double as your Canada Equivalent Qualification and is used for your relevant professional registrations and licensing. Having your Aerospace Engineering skills assessed means that you’ll be qualified to work as an Aerospace Engineer in Canada from day one.

Aerospace Engineer Job Titles that can apply to Migrate to Canada

 

Aerospace Engineers looking to move to Canada to work under this NOC category 21399, might be currently employed under work titles including:

 

 
  • aerodynamics engineer
  • aeronautical engineer
  • aeronautical project engineer
  • aerospace engineer
  • aerospace engineer – design and development
  • aerospace engineer – flight operations
  • aerospace engineer – flight support
  • aerospace engineer – flight test
  • aerospace engineer – mass properties
  • aerospace engineer – material stress
  • aerospace engineer – materials and processes
  • aerospace engineer – propulsion systems
  • aerospace engineer – systems
  • aerospace engineer – systems analysis
  • aerospace engineer – weight and balance
  • aerospace reliability specialist
  • aerospace structural engineer
  • aerospace systems engineer
  • aerospace test engineer
  • aircraft design engineer
  • engineer weight analyst – aircraft design
  • propulsion engineer – aerospace vehicles
  • space reliability specialist
  • stress engineer – aerospace
  • structures aerospace engineer
  • weight and balance engineer – aerospace

 

Aerospace engineers perform some or all of the following duties:

 

-Design and develop aerospace vehicles, systems and components such as aircraft, spacecraft, missiles, satellites and space-based communication systems.

 

-Develop and conduct computer simulations of aerospace vehicles, systems and components using advanced mathematical modelling.

 

-Prepare specifications for materials and processes to be used in aerospace manufacturing, maintenance, repair or modification.

 

-Supervise and co-ordinate the manufacturing, assembly, modification, repair and overhaul of aircraft and spacecraft.

 

-Co-ordinate ground and flight tests of air and spacecraft.

 

-Develop operational specifications, maintenance schedules and manuals for operators.

 

-Develop the technical phases of logistical and operational support for aerospace vehicles and systems.

 

-Investigate and report on structural or other component or system failures, accidents or incidents and prepare recommendations for corrective action.

 

As a qualified new and highly skilled Permanent resident of Canada, you may work full time from day one, either as a direct employee, contractor or in a self-employed capacity.

 

Aerospace Engineering jobs in Canada are often better paid than in the UK, Europe and Asia and Canadian employment law respects the work-life balance.

 

Additionally, Aerospace Engineers in Canada are highly unionised which has been instrumental in championing better pay and conditions.

 

Aerospace Engineers can join the industry body the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada.

What Canada Visas are available for Aerospace Engineers?

Federal Skilled Worker Program

 

Candidates receiving an invitation must submit a complete application within 60 days.

 

All Aerospace Engineer candidates applying under the FSWP must have suitable education, work experience, age and language ability in English or French.

 

To qualify for admission to the Express Entry Pool under the FSWP, applicants must:

 

  • possess one-year of continuous full-time paid work experience or the equivalent in part-time continuous employment within the previous 10 years and;

 

  • that work experience must be classified under the TEER categories 0 (management occupations), 1 (occupations that usually require a university degree) and;

 

  • score 67 points under the skilled worker point grid.

 

The applicant must also undergo language testing in English or French corresponding to the Canadian Language Benchmark of 7.

 

Provincial Nominee Program

 

Aeropsace engineers can also improve their chances of gaining their permanent residency by getting Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) nomination from British Columbia.

 

Canada’s westernmost province, its BC PNP Tech Pilot prioritizes 29 occupations for immigration to British Columbia, including that of Aerospace engineer.

Can my family join me when I immigrate to Canada as an Aerospace Engineer?

Yes, the rights and privileges afforded to the main visa holder are passed onto partners and children automatically. In fact, your partners skills, education and qualifications may even make your overall application even stronger.

How will I be selected to Immigrate to Canada as an Aerospace Engineer?

The CIC draws the top candidates from the Express Entry pool and issues them an Invitation to Apply based on how many Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points they have obtained.

 

A perfect Comprehensive Ranking Score is 1200. An offer of arranged employment in Canada or a provincial nomination certificate is worth an amazing 600 points.

 

Should you score over the current required minimum CRS score on your Express Entry then there is a good chance you’ll be able to Immigrate to Canada as an Aerospace Engineer without a Job Offer or Provincial Nomination.

 

Should you score less than the current minimum consider Provincial Nomination or securing a job offer.

What is the age limit to Immigrate to Canada as an Aerospace Engineer?

There is no age limit to Immigrate to Canada as an Aerospace Engineer, although the older applicants are, the less CRS points they will get under the age factor.

 

Take a Free Visa Assessment to check your eligibility

Do I need a job offer to Immigrate to Canada as an Aerospace Engineer?

It is possible to Immigrate to Canada as an Aerospace Engineer in three ways:

 

1. Directly through Express Entry

2. With a Job Offer

3. With Provincial Nomination