DLI # O262228554872
If you have received a decision from Can-College confirming your admission approval, Congratulations! We look forward to seeing you at Can-College!
When you receive your Letter of Acceptance (normally sent to you by email), it is important to respond to confirm your intention to attend Can-College College. Can-College has a Non-Refundable fee associated with LOA which must be paid before LOA is issued to a student for visa application. The Can-College Application fee is $500 for processing your Letter of Acceptance. Please note that this fee is non-refundable if a visa is rejected, however, it is considered towards tuition fee upon receipt of visa and if the student starts the program with the Can-College.
What to do next:
All payments can be made, in CANADIAN dollars, by Visa, MasterCard, money order, certified cheque, wire transfer or Western Union. All payment details can be found in the Letter of Acceptance or, please refer to our Payment page. Upon confirmation of receipt of this payment from our accounts department, we will send you the Letter of acceptance by email within the next 2-3 business days.
If you were accepted with conditions:
If your Letter of Acceptance indicated there are conditions to your admission, you should work to meet these conditions as soon as possible. Your seat in your program is not secured until we have received verification that all conditions have been met.
Your Letter of Acceptance may contain one of 3 situations:
Accepted: If your letter indicates you have been accepted into your program, the next step is for you to confirm your intention to come to Can-College by sending your confirmation fee payment. Full instructions are in your Letter of Acceptance.
Accepted with Conditions: If your acceptance letter indicates you are accepted with conditions, it will include a list of one or more conditions that you must meet to earn a seat in your program.
A condition may be as simple as providing additional academic documentation, or it might be something like needing to upgrade English or math skills. Your Letter of Acceptance will have all the information.
LOA Deferral: due to delay in Visa-Permit Process: If for any reason, you wish to change the date or defer your admission to a different session that is possible subject to availability of seats at that time. Unfortunately in this situation, we may not be able to offer you a seat in the program you have chosen. You can speak to one of the Can-College Service Manager about other program options if required.
Note:Your seat in your program is not saved until all conditions have been met, tuition fees have been paid in full and proof of Study Permit approval has been received by Can-College. Be sure to send us proof of Study Permit acceptance as soon as you receive it, otherwise, you may lose your seat.
Canadian Career Education College
Higher Standard In Career Education.
Can-College’s DLI number is: O262228554872
Applying for your Study Permit
To study in Canada, international students must have a Study Permit (sometimes called a study visa) issued by Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada. In some cases, a Temporary Resident Visa is required in addition to the Study Permit. Please see the website page to determine if you require a Temporary Resident Visa.
The permit approval process takes time and is longer for students from some countries. To begin the Study Permit application process, you must have already received a Letter of Acceptance from Can-College.
If your Study Permit Application is denied
If you have been informed by Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada that your application for a Study Permit has been denied, you have two options:
1) If you think you might be approved for a Study Permit in the future, you can defer your admission to an upcoming intake. If you would like to defer your admission, please take the following steps
2) If your Study Permit has been denied again, you can request a refund. Please refer to our Refund Policy page for more information. The refund is processed within 15 business days.
If Visa-Permit Approved Next Step Program Registration
When you receive your Study Permit and have paid all tuition fees for your program, you will be able to register for your courses.
To avoid line ups and delays when you arrive at Can-College, you can register from home using the online registration system at Can-College.
If you experience any difficulties, please contact the Can-College International team or drop in to
Coming to Canada
When you arrive on campus and we will help you get registered.
Most international students coming to study at Can-College will arrive at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport (YYZ). Pearson International Airport is about a 35 minutes’ drive from Can-College, Vaughan Campus.
As soon as your Study Permit application has been approved, you should begin planning your travel to Canada. In addition to your flights, you should also consider your transportation to and from airports and accommodations Around Vaughan City which is just 30 minutes from Toronto downtown and very close to subway station and other public transportation is within the walking distance.
It is also a good time to check your passport. Please ensure your passport is valid AT LEAST through the end of your first semester.
You can find our volunteers at Pearson Airport from August – September every year. Look for the White t-shirts and have logos for Can-College. Our volunteers will help you find your way from the airport to Can-College by GO Bus, Airport Limousine, Taxi or Uber/Lyft (these are applications you can download on your smartphone).
Ground Transportation options from Pearson International Airport to Vaughan include:
If you will be arriving in Vaughan during business hours you can provide the following address and directions to your driver:
Canadian Career Education College (Vaughan)
(Hwy 400 & Steels Ave West)
99 Sante Dr. Unit A,
Vaughan, ON, Canada L4K 3C4
That covers the application process right up to your arrival at Can-College!
The information we’ve supplied throughout the apply section should cover everything you need to know about applying to Can-College.