Requirements for Canadian Students
The admission requirements are the completion of Grade 12 level education or mature status, as well as the satisfactory completion of an aptitude test.
Requirements for International Students
The general requirements for international students to apply for a program are transcripts of the highest education achieved, application form, and résumé. Other prerequisites specific to the program you are applying for can be found on the Web site. Upon approval of the application, the applicant must pay the applicable application tuition fee full before we issue an official admission letter to the Canadian government to process your student visa application.
A letter of reference from a dependable person in your community will help. International students are required to provide a valid passport, an original letter of acceptance from a university, college, or other institution, evidence of adequate funds to cover tuition and living costs, and, if applicable, a letter from a sponsor.
Procedure for Canadian Students
The applicant is required to make an appointment with the counsellor in order to register.
Procedure for International Students
International students are required to pre-pay the tuition. After being accepted by the institution for a program of study in Canada, the student should apply for a student authorization at the nearest Canadian diplomatic mission. For expedient processing, it is recommended that applications be filed at least three months prior to the commencement of classes. For nationals of some countries, visitor visas are also required; these are issued at the same time as the student authorization. In order to apply for a student authorization, you need a valid passport.
|Full-time Undergraduate Students 2007-2008:||600|
|Part-time Undergraduate Students 2007-2008:||600|
|Type of System:||Continuous|
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