To study in Canada the first requirement is to get an LOA and apply for a study visa or permit and complete study. Once you complete the study the work permit option becomes available on a case-to-case basis. This visa and permit process starts with the LOA (letter of acceptance from a DLI), not with the eligibility of a PGWP. Common sense says if the student cannot get an LOA and subsequently a visa or permit, there is no option for completing the study in Canada and PGWP.
Regardless of the option of PGWP, the student can work while enrolled in a full-time eligible course, which could be a vocation skills-based diploma program or a degree program.
There are thousands of applicants around the world having different circumstances and educational credentials which may not qualify them for admission to a community college or other college due to several reasons, including not having good grades, minimal education and other requirements, or a gap in study.
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