Newcomer in Architecture Information Session
6:00 - 7:30 PM
Online webinar via Zoom
Are you an internationally trained architect who is new to Canada? Confused about where to start in obtaining your license here? Wondering what resources are out there and who to reach out to? We’re here to help!
Join us for a special information session with representatives of the Canadian Architectural Certification Board and the Ontario Association of Architects as they share some of the different paths to architecture licensure in Canada for internationally trained professionals. We’ll talk about Academic Certification, the Broadly Experienced Foreign Architects Program and existing mutual recognition treaties as we cover all those burning questions you have (and probably a few you haven’t even thought about!) including eligibility criteria, application requirements and the benefits and challenges of the different paths.
So if you’re an internationally trained professional looking to continue your career in Canada, don’t miss out on this opportunity to get to know the ins and outs of the architectural licensing process and see how you can become an architect in Canada!
Please note that a video recording of this information session be available after the event for a limited time.
- OAA Summary of Paths to Licensure (Graphic)
- OAA Page on Becoming an Architect for Internationally Trained Professionals
- CACB: BEFA (Broadly Experienced Foreign Architect Program)
- CACB: Academic Certification
- IPLAN: Immigrant Professionals Leveraging Architectural Knowledge for New Opportunities