Admission Process

Admission Process

We can help you get started as you pursue your dreams of an international education.  Applying to Canadian universities and colleges can vary depending on your level of education. Success Consultants is an outstanding counselling platform that provides admission counselling, information and support, scholarship updates, internship in Canada, Pre-Departure sessions and guidance. Please contact us directly to find out more information on how you can study in Canada and begin your path to career success.

 
IMPORTANT: The admission application process can take considerable time; you should start at least one year in advance to compile the necessary information and documentation. 
 
ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS:
1. A completed International Application Form
2. A Non-refundable application processing fee
3.  Notarized High School graduation transcripts (grades) for Grade 10, 11 & 12
4. Certificates, Transcripts for any post-secondary College/University courses completed
5. University degree transcripts for all years
6. Valid passport
7. English Proficiency requirements are as follows for consideration:
 A minimum TOEFL score of 550 (paper based) or 80 (internet based with no test below 20) - TOEFL code 9212, OR
 Academic IELTS with an overall minimum score of 6.0 (with no single test score below 5.5), OR
 CAEL (Canadian Academic English Language Assessment) with an overall band score of 50
 
How to get your credentials assessed: Once you have decided which universities or colleges you wish to apply to for admission, you should write directly to the institution's office of admissions (for undergraduate and college programs) or office of graduate admissions (for graduate programs) and ask for detailed application information and forms. The office of admissions will inform you of the documentation, translation, and visa requirements. The institution's decision is usually announced four to six months after the application deadline, although this can vary from one institution to another. 
 
PROVIDE ALL THE DOCUMENTS TO SUCCESS CONSULTANTS
Success Consultants will send all the documents to the admission office. Once accepted, the Acceptance letter arrives.
 
ACCEPT YOUR OFFER OF ADMISSION
By paying your tuition fee, you are accepting your offer of admission to your choice of college as well as guaranteeing a seat in the program. Remember to pay by the deadline date or you will lose your seat.
 
REVIEW YOUR CONDITIONS OF ACCEPTANCE
Your acceptance may be conditional, which means the College still needs more information before you can begin your classes. Check the Offer of Admission page in your acceptance package for any conditions.
 
GIC
Apply for Guaranteed Investment Certificate or GIC in the amount of $10,000 (for expenses) online through Scotia Bank & WAIT FOR NOTIFICATION. You only need to apply once.
 
HOUSING & ACCOMMODATION
Residence provides you with the opportunity to meet new friends and get involved with activities on campus and in residence. International students often find apartments or share houses with other students after they have settled in the community.
 
STUDY PERMITS
International students will need a permit to study in Canada if their course of study is longer than six months. Before you submit a study permit application you will need:
 A letter of acceptance
 Financial proof that you can support yourself while studying (tuition fees and living expenses)
 To be willing to submit to a medical exam if required
 
Please visit the following links for more information on applying for your study permit:
 
CONFIRM YOUR VISA STATUS
Email us to let us know if you have received your visa. Don't forget to include your full name and ID number. This will help to make your registration process go smoothly and will help to avoid delays related to the processing of your timetable.
 
BOOK YOUR SKILLS ASSESSMENT APPOINTMENT
New students need to make an appointment to write the Skills Assessment test, even if you’ve already written a pre-admissions test. The test will help us determine the best level of English, and for some programs math, for you to study. Getting your first-semester timetable depends on a completed assessment.
 
MEDICAL INSURANCE & PRE-ARRIVAL TO CANADA
Whether you will be studying in Canada with a Visitor’s Visa or a Study Permit you need medical insurance for the time you are studying in Canada. We help you with a pre-arrival check list.
 
ORIENTATION
These mandatory orientation activities are very important and all new international students are strongly encouraged to attend.