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International Student Admission Requirements

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The Following are General Guidelines for Admission Requirements for International Students

Admission requirements are requirements or qualifications that students must meet in order for them to demonstrate the potential to successfully complete a program at C.C.E.C. (e.g., high school diploma, proficiency in English). 

Each C.C.E.C. program/course is different and has its own subjective criteria based on the nature of the course. Students are encouraged to carefully read course admission criteria-related details before applying. Some programs may require specific regulatory admission requirements as set by the governing body. In that case, that policy will supersede any criteria as set by C.C.E.C. admission committee. The applicant is advised to read program details from the respective registration page and apply.

In general at C.C.E.C.:

Students enrolled in a C.C.E.C. program are required to meet or exceed the admission requirements set out as per below before they begin a program.

For US-based education applicants:

A Secondary School Diploma or equivalent is required or in some cases, a High School Diploma with five Grade 12 academic subjects is required. If applicable, the applicant must also meet program-specific requirements, since some programs have supplementary procedures for admission.


The applicant must have the following **minimum credentials/required documents for enrollment consideration. 

  1. Copy of Government Issued ID  (for e.g Passport Bio Data Page, Government ID card in English)
  2. Copy of Secondary School Certificate or another degree/diploma which is equaling to Canadian Secondary School Certificate
  3. ECA or MSA 
  4. ​​Be 18 years of age or older at the time of registration.
  5. Accept LOA (Letter of Acceptance)


ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

The medium of instruction at C.C.E.C. is English. It is important that the student has English speaking and writing skills in order to keep up with the curriculum. In case English is not the first language, the candidate is required to demonstrate proficiency in English by submitting results of one of the following:


​If you will not be taking IELTS but taking a test other than IELTS, there are many options. Most post-secondary institutions accept English proficiency test results from tests such as TOEFL and CAEL.


​If you are looking for post-secondary institutions that do not have English requirements, C.C.E.C. is one of them and has other options available. Even if you are not taking any English proficiency test, you will still need to prove your English proficiency level. Most of the Canadian universities and colleges have ESL (English as a Second Language) or English for Academic Purposes (EAP) programs on their own, or with their partner language schools. You can study English with the ESL or EAP program and achieve the institution’s required English proficiency level to start as a full-time student at your choice of institution.  

  1. IELTS Academic Module with an overall band of 5.5 or more
  2. TOEFL result with a score of 80 (online) or 550 (paper-based)
  3. MELAB with a score of 80
  4. PTE (Academic) with a minimum 50 overall
  5. Minimum of 3 years of full-time study at a school where the medium of instruction is English. A letter from the institution or the transcript justifying the medium of instruction must be submitted for evaluation. (List of Countries: Exemption from Providing Proof of English Proficiency)
  6. If students do not have one of the above, then they must enroll in ESL with C.C.E.C. with a Conditional Letter of Acceptance:
    - Completion of C.C.E.C.'s ESL or FSL Advanced Program with a minimum of 60% 
    (Ref. Gov. Canada Directions Concerning ESL, FSL Courses)


Q- I have completed Secondary School (12 Years of Schooling) in my home country and also have a Bachelor's or Master's degree. Do I still need to send my Secondary School Certificate with the admission application?

A- No, you don't need to send your Secondary School Certificate. Just submit your Bachelor's or Master's degree with the admission application. However, if you have completed a Secondary School Certificate and a one or more years diploma, then you will need to send your proof of secondary school completion along with a diploma certificate for an initial admission assessment. If an ECA is required, it will be mentioned on your offer for admission letter and you will be conditionally approved for admission, which will allow you to submit ECA report at a later time or before the start of the program. Click to learn how to apply for the ECA & MSS reports.


However, if you have an SSD or HSC from outside Canada and have completed any post-secondary diploma from a Canadian Institution, you may submit only the copy of the diploma without SSD or HSD and Can-College may accept it without ECA or assessment.


 International students

For many countries, C.C.E.C. considers the same academic preparation that is required for college or university entrance in those countries
(i.e successful graduation from an academic secondary school program or equivalent)

**Meeting the minimum admission requirements and deadline dates is not a guarantee of admission in some courses. Only the most qualified candidates will be considered.

For any further question on admission requirements please email or call 905-499-3631- EXT 102


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