How to Apply
An international applicant is a person wishing to study in Canada who is neither a Canadian citizen nor a permanent resident as defined by the current Immigration Act. The mature student clause does not apply to international student applicants.
What is the Application Deadline?
The early application deadline to be given equal consideration by the colleges is February 1; however, most colleges continue to take applications up to the start of classes in September. Some programs are filled quickly; early application will increase your chances of being accepted to the program of your choice.
International applicants must provide proof of academic standing equivalent to the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) (Grade 12), along with transcripts from any post-secondary education (if applicable).
The following certificates are acceptable for admission:
- Scanned original, secondary school graduation transcripts.
- Scanned original, university/post-secondary graduation transcripts (for post-grad).
- Certified translation if applicable. All documents must be in English.
- English proficiency test results.
- Our admissions team might request backlog certificate as well as experience/work related document for any gap in study.
All teaching within Loyalists is conducted in English. In order to be successful in a program, skills such as communication, listening comprehension, and reading and writing must be at a level sufficient to meet the demands of post-secondary studies. All applicants to Loyalist whose first language is not English, or whose previous education was in another language, will be expected to provide an English proficiency assessment for admissions approval.