If you are between 18 and 30 years of age, we can help you complete your dream to live and work Down Under in Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. Travel and experience these beautiful countries while making money!
Working holiday is the best combination of work & travel
The combination of work and holiday gives you a unique experience as well as a deep insight into the Australian, New Zealandic and Canadian culture and the people who live there. This is your opportunity to experience what the average tourist never comes close to!
With a Working Holiday visa you can get limited residence and work permit in:
- New Zealand
- Canada (Winter season, skiing)
- USA (J-1 Visa for Summer Camps)
This means that you can work and make money to fund your travels in these beautiful countries. Your itinerary becomes very flexible. Work a month in one location before hitting the road again and look for a new job at your next stop.
Is it easy to find a job on a working holiday visa?
It should be fairly easy to get a job - it mostly depends on your own requirements for a job and your expectations. It is of course not possible to make big jumps in academic careers on a working holiday visa, but if you are happy with a job as a waitress, cleaner, clerk or perhaps the more exciting job as a guide, diving instructor or cattle farmer, we can guarantee you a successful stay. The intention of a working holiday is of course the actual holiday, but you get the opportunity to work and finance the experience.
How do I plan my working holiday?
While planning a Working Holiday-experience to Australia, New Zealand, Canada or USA there will most certainly be many questions. Is it easy to get a job? How much can I expect to earn? How do I find a place to stay? How to combine the easiest job with pleasure and experiences?
We recommend that you start with our Working Holiday Starter Package along with your visa. We will arrange to pick you up at the airport, arrange for the first nights of accommodation, answer questions and help you get started in relation to bank accounts and tax file number.