Prince Edward Island PNP Points Calculator (PEI PNP)

Prince Edward Island PNP Points Calculator (PEI PNP)

Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP) is a Canadian immigration pathway designed to invited applicants based on their skills and contribution to the local economy. PEI PNP Express Entry is one of the most popular stream in PEI PNP, Applicants in this stream are assessed on various factors, including education, work experience, language proficiency, and adaptability, with a point-based system determining eligibility for nomination.

You can check your eligibility through Prince Edward Island PNP Points Calculator below and also check the points grid below the calculator to know more how you can increase your points in PEI PNP.

Prince Edward Island PNP Points Calculator

Prince Edward Island PNP Points Grid

The EOI system comprises 6 categories, each with assigned points, the applicant achieves a maximum of 100 points. The applicant will need a minimum of 67 points to be eligible for Prince Edward Island PNP. You can check Latest Prince Edward PNP draws to know more about your eligibility.

Express EntryPoints
Age20
Language20
Education15
Work Experience20
Employment10
Adaptability15
Maximum Points100

Factor 1: Age (Maximum 20 Points)

The age of the applicant plays a significant role in the points allocation, with a maximum of 20 points available. Typically, younger candidates receive higher points, reflecting the province’s preference for individuals who can contribute to the local workforce over an extended period.

AgePoints
18-247
25-2920
30-4415
45-4910
Over 490
Maximum Points20

Factor 2: Language (Maximum 20 Points)

Proficiency in English or French is crucial for successful integration into Canadian society and the labor market. As such, candidates can earn up to 20 points based on their language skills, which are assessed through standardized tests like IELTS or CELPIP.

Language AbilityPoints (Express Entry with Job Offer)
CLB/NCLC 1020
CLB/NCLC 920
CLB/NCLC 815
CLB/NCLC 710
Below CLB/NCLC 70
Maximum Points20

Factor 3: Education (Maximum 15 Points)

Educational qualifications are another key determinant of an applicant’s suitability for immigration. Points are awarded based on the level of education attained, with a maximum of 15 points available for candidates with advanced degrees or specialized training.

EducationPoints (Express Entry with Job Offer)
Master’s level or PhD from a graduate school of a college or university, after completion of a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree15
Post-secondary academic degree (Bachelor) from a college or that required at least three years of full-time study12
Post-secondary diploma in a specific trade that required at least two years of full-time study after secondary school10
Completion of secondary school0
Maximum Points15

Factor 4: Work Experience (Maximum 20 Points)

Previous work experience is valued highly in the PEI PNP assessment process, with up to 20 points awarded based on the duration and relevance of the applicant’s professional background. Candidates with extensive experience in in-demand occupations may receive higher point allocations.

Work ExperiencePoints (Express Entry with Job Offer)
More than 6 years15
4-6 years15
2-4 years10
1-2 years5
Maximum Points15

Factor 5: Employment (Maximum 10 Points)

A job offer or employment prospects in Prince Edward Island can significantly enhance an applicant’s eligibility for the program. Points are allocated based on the availability of employment opportunities in the province, with a maximum of 10 points awarded for securing a valid job offer.

EmploymentPoints (Express Entry with Job Offer)
Working in PEI on a valid work permit5
Job offer in PEI related to education5
Foreign qualification verified with the regulated body in PEI. This is not an ECA.5
At least 1 year of continuous full-time work experience in PEI5
Maximum Points15

Factor 6: Adaptability (Maximum 15 Points)

Adaptability factors consider various aspects of an applicant’s background that demonstrate their ability to integrate successfully into the local community. Points may be awarded for factors such as previous experience in Prince Edward Island, familial ties, or language proficiency in French, reflecting the province’s desire to attract individuals who can contribute positively to its social fabric

AdaptabilityPoints (Express Entry with Job Offer)
Currently have a close family member(s) living in PEI for at least 12 consecutive months who are permanent residents or Canadian citizens5
Spouse/common-law partner and/or dependent child(ren) have a language ability of CLB/NCLC 6 or higher in English or French5
Currently, own residential property in PEI for at least 12 consecutive months5
Graduated from a recognized PEI post-secondary institution5
Spouse/common-law partner has at least 3 years of work experience in the last 5 years5
The dependent child(ren) has been enrolled in a PEI educational institution for at least 6 continuous months5
Maximum Points15

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How many points are needed for Prince Edward Island PNP?

You would need minimum of 67 points out of 100 points for Prince Edward Island Express Entry Stream, these points are based on your age, education, language ability, work experience and more. Calculate your score using Prince Edward Island PNP Points Calculator.

What is the cutoff for PNP for PEI?

There’s no specific cutoff for PNP for PEI, but if you’re able to score more than 67 points then the chances of getting an invitation from PEI is more. You can check more about PEI Latest draws to know more about recent draws.

What is the PNP quota for PEI 2024?

PNP quota for PEI for 2024 has not official released yet but it would be somewhere around 2000 based on recent draws and last year’s quota.

How much is PNP for Prince Edward Island?

Most Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP) streams require an initial application fee of $300, which is non-refundable. This fee is payable after you receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA).

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