College Admission Process
First, decide what you’d like to study and where you want to go. It is important to find out about the College you’re considering, and the city they’re in, to make sure you make the best possible choice.
After you’ve identified your preferred college, the most important thing is admission requirements. In Canada, each College has its own admission requirement and will assess you on an individual basis. A minimum requirement for most of the cases is Grade 12 with good marks. Sometimes, you need to supply official documents, such as transcripts from secondary school or University, in case you are a degree holder. Those documents must be translated into English or French, in case they are printed in any other language.
Foreign students must demonstrate proficiency in either English or French, depending on the College. Most universities accept IELTS 6.0 or higher score in each band. Universities give preference to those students with higher bands. Application Most universities require online applications. Some Colleges can accept an application on paper also. You also need to pay admission fees.
Once you are accepted into a course, you will be issued a conditional Letter of Acceptance. LOA will guide you on how to deposit Course fees into your university account. Once fees is transmitted into the University account, than final Letter of Acceptance will be issued.
The documents you will require for your application includes Passport, digital photographs, Letter of acceptance, Fees receipt, Financial and Academic documents. Once you got Letter of Acceptance, next step is to open a GIC account. Minimum requirement is CDN $ 10,000. Please visit the following link to open a GIC account. https://startright.scotiabank.com/student-gic.html.