Amarjot Sandhu came to Canada as an international student and pursued his studies in Ontario. Even before immigrating to Canada, Sandhu always had a passion for politics and advocacy. As a student in Canada, he founded the International Students’ Federation. After graduation, he worked as a computer engineer and a network analyst. Later, he worked as a realtor in the community of Brampton before eventually being elected as an MPP.
Life as an International student was challenging for Amarjot. While being an international student Amarjot pursued his education graduating from George Brown College with a post-graduate in wireless networking program. It was while studying and working that Amarjot discovered his passion for politics as he aligned himself with conservative ideals and values he decided to volunteer with the party. While pursuing his education Amarjot had to work multiple jobs on the side such as driving a truck and working in a factory. Upon completing his education Amarjot worked as a computer engineer, a network analyst, and a realtor for Royal Lepage, before finally being elected as a Member of the Provincial Parliament.