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Canadian Career Education College
Step-by-Step Guide for Program Registration - International Students
Step 1: Choose A Program of Interest
Use this link for Short Study (Non-Vocational) Programs(Duration is less than six months; Licensing in related occupations is mandatory)
Can-College assesses admissibility to your first program choice. Your second program choice will only be assessed if you are not eligible for admission to your first program choice.
Step 2:See Admission Requirements
Please carefully review the admissions requirements to ensure all documents are submitted and your application is complete.
Step 3: Find Out When to Apply
Step 4: Apply Online
Applying to C.C.E.C. as an international student is easy. Once you have decided which program you would like to apply for, complete and submit your application online by attaching scanned copies of necessary supporting documents. You can find more information about what supporting documents are required in the Admission Requirements section. Click here for Online Admission Application Page
Step 5: Admission Offer and Acceptance
If your application is complete and C.C.E.C. accepts your application for a specific program, you will receive a formal offer of admission along with an enrolment contract via email. You must respond to it by the expiry date noted on your offer letter/documentation. To verify the legitimacy of your offer, you can verify it yourself or email (include your full name and reference number in the email). To accept the offer, refer back to your offer letter for instructions.
Through EAP (ESL)*
Applicants from eligible countries who do not meet C.C.E.C.'s English language entry requirements may be offered a conditional acceptance for a diploma or other post-secondary programs, which will be subject to the successful completion of the English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program from Can-College or other designated institutions.
Mature student status may be granted to applicants who are over 19 years old and do not have a high school diploma or GED. It is intended to allow applicants who have not completed high school the opportunity to be considered for admission based on the skills and experience they have acquired since leaving school.
If a prospective student does not have a grade 12 education certificate which is equivalent to a Canadian secondary school certificate due to any reason, the college will still consider the student for admission to its programs if the student passes a qualifying test that has been approved by the Superintendent (The Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities Ontario).
Step 6: Letter Of Acceptance (LOA)
After we receive your complete offer of acceptance as per Step 5, it will be reviewed by our admissions officers once again.
At this point, if all required documents** and all fees/payments are in order, we will issue a Letter of Acceptance and send it via email. This letter must be included in your study permit (visa) application to the Canadian Immigration Office at the Canadian Embassy or Consulate.
*For applicants from some countries (e.g., countries where English is the first/official language and countries in South Asia), we are not able to provide the option of a Letter of Acceptance to the Can-College English for Academic Purposes Program (EAP) as it has been our experience that study permit applicants from specific countries are rejected by the Canadian visa office for a study permit (visa) when there is an ESL (English as a Second Language) component requested. For applicants from South Asian countries (India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka) it is highly recommended to submit official TOEFL or IELTS scores.
** Please see the admission requirements page
For any further questions on admission requirements, please email or call 905-499-3631 - EXT 102
Can-College Admission Process: a Brief Overview:
The complete admission process from beginning to end is approximately 30 to 45 days.
C.C.E.C.'s admissions process begins with an initial assessment and an offer for admission, which may take anywhere between 24 hours to 5 business days. If all required documents are completed and submitted, our admission team may make an offer within 24-48 business hours. However, if there documents missing or incomplete, the processing time may vary.
Moreover, there are several steps involved to complete documentation for a final decision. This information is relayed to the student applicant in the form of an LOA (Letter of Acceptance). The initial offer for admission is not an LOA. The admissions office examines documents received from the applicant and may make an offer with a decision for admission, which is the first step in the process.
Once an offer is received, the student then has 30 days to consider and if they agree to our terms, they may proceed with paying the LOA fee and move on to the next step. Once the LOA fee is paid, we examine all documents and information again for completeness, and then the applicant gets final documentation to apply for a visa.
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