College Application Service
The Benefits of Going to College in Canada
- Financial and Career Benefits and opportunities for employment.
- The cost: community colleges are usually less expensive
- The flexibility: class schedules can be more flexible
- The support: students often receive more support during their transition from high school
- The network: local connections through the school can help students find jobs depending on their intended career path
Admission to College
International Application Form.
Application fee $65 CAD (non-refundable)
High School graduation transcripts (grades) for Grade 10, 11 & 12.
Include transcripts for any post-secondary College/University courses or programs completed (if applicable)
International English Test Scores:
Mature students are defined as any student aged 21 or over at the start of their studies. Just over a half are aged between 21 and 24, 38 per cent between 25 and 39, and 10 per cent are over 40 when they commence their courses. There are many different reasons to enroll on a higher education course
Adults can apply to attend colleges or universities as mature students. Applications by mature students are evaluated differently from applicants who have just finished high school. … Schools consider this experience and any academic credentials you have when you apply for admission.
Can You Apply to College Without A Highschool Diploma?
College Acceptance. Most community colleges and some private colleges will admit you if you don’t have a high school diploma or GED. In order to enroll in community college, you will probably be required to take placement tests so the college will know which courses to place you in.