Confederation College uses academic information such as credentials, course completion, grades and English proficiency to determine an applicant’s eligibility for admission. Please refer to the “Admission Requirements” section of individual program pages or the international student program chart for program-specific requirements. You may also want to see what important documents are needed for international students. Confederation College reserves the right to change admissions requirements at any time. English Proficiency Requirements: Visit the English Proficiency Requirements section of our website for information about the minimum English proficiency requirements for entry into our post-secondary programs. Requirements vary by program. Age Requirement: Applicants must be 18yrs of age within their first semester of study to qualify for admission into Confederation College. Backlog/Failure Allowances: Confederation College allows for up to 10 backlogs/failures on a high school, college or university transcript for entry into our programs. Minimum Pass Marks: There is a minimum passing average required for entry into our post-secondary programs. This mark depends on your country of study. For more information, please Contact Us to connect with a Confederation College representative.
If you are an International student and would like to apply to Confederation College, please visit www.confederationcollege.ca/international-students/how-apply