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International Student

If you're applying for direct entry into one of our post-secondary programs you must provide proof of academic standing equivalent to 12 years of primary and secondary education and proof of English Language Proficiency.

Application procedure:

  • Completed TCT College International Application Form
  • Original or certified copies of all educational documents
  • Application fee of Canadian $95
  • A bank draft for full tuition fees -- (lst Year), payable to Toronto college of Technology
  • Personal Statement and Resume
  • Send the above documents to the Overseas Admissions Office in your country (if available) or to TCT directly:
    • Toronto College of Technology
    • International Centre
    • 201 Consumers Road, Suite 300
    • Toronto, Ontario, CANADA M2J 4G8
  • The College will review your application and, if you are accepted, will issue a Letter of Acceptance and Fees Receipt.
  • With these documents, you can then apply to the Canadian Embassy or High Commission for Student Authorization (student visa).
  • The College's Visa Services can assist you with the application if required.
  • All students will be assessed upon entry to Toronto College of Technology for placement in English classes. Assessments may be done at the college prior Diploma in Applied Information Technology program.

Frequently Asked Questions for International Students International Student Services

  1. What do I need to do in order to study at TCT?

    Submit an application form.
    Submit application fee of $95 (bank draft, credit card, or international money order).
    Attach official transcripts (Undergraduate - Grade 12 equivalent, Post-graduate - University degree in most cases).
    Include a TOEFL score if you have one.
    Include a personal statement and resume

  2. When do I receive an Acceptance Letter?

    Your documents will be assessed and you will be granted an Acceptance Letter provided you meet all academic requirements, programs are available and you have submitted all of the above documentation. For most programs acceptance letters are produced within 1-2 weeks of receiving all documentation. At some points during the year a letter may take as little as 3-4 days.

  3. When can I apply?

    Students may apply anytime during the year. The earlier you start the process the quicker the process of acceptance.

  4. What do I do after receiving the Acceptance Letter?

    You will need to contact your nearest Canadian Embassy, High Commission or Consulate to request your forms for your Study Permit. Please click here for a list of Canadian Immigration Offices

  5. What is a Student Permit and do I need one?

    Anyone wishing to study in Canada must have a valid student permit unless they are studying for less than 6 months in a short program such as English or French as a Second Language program. Your study permit allows you to legally study at Toronto College.

  6. How long does it take?

    The process varies from country to country. It can take as little as 3 days in some countries and as long as 6 months in others. The process takes time for many reasons. You may be requested to undergo a medical examination and a personal interview with immigration officials. Also be prepared to present bank statements, which support your ability to finance your studies.

  7. Do I need TOEFL or IELTS score?

    TOEFL and IELTS are recommended, but not required. If you do not have TOEFL/ IELTS, you need to take TCT English-Tech Preparation program.

  8. How much are tuition fees and what do they include?

    Tuition for one year is approximately $9800 (note that individual program pricing may be slightly higher due to equipment costs), which includes health insurance and all other incidental fees. i.e. library services, and student council fees. It does not include books or lodging.

  9. Do I have to pay all of my tuition at one time?

    Yes, you may pay one semester at a time by paying a split fee charge of $60.00 along with your one semester payment. However, some countries require tuition paid for one year and a receipt issued from the College stating that we have received it to be part of the application for a study permit.

  10. How do I pay my fees?

    Fees may be paid by credit card (VISA or MasterCard only) by stating the amount, cardholder, issuing and expiry dates, Bank Draft in the name of Toronto College of Technology, through a wire payment, or in cash. Please ensure that your student number and your full name is on all correspondence.

  11. Can I pay in U.S. dollars?

    Yes! If you are paying by bank draft or wire fees may be sent in U.S. funds equivalents. Please keep in mind that the conversion will be done when the money reaches TCT College therefore under some circumstances money sent and money received may vary and you will be responsible for the difference.

  12. Where do I send a wire?

    Bank Name: The Bank of CIBC
    Bank Address: Bayview Village 2901 Bayview Avenue, North York, ON M2K 1E6,CANADA
    Bank Swift Code: CIBCCATT
    Bank Transit: 02712
    Bank No: 010
    Account No: 1016-717
    Account Name: Toronto College of Technology

    *indicate student number and what the money is for i.e. Residence, tuition, and/or application fee

  13. Do you have Homestay?

    Yes! TCT uses an excellent homestay service called Student Homestay Services. You can apply Homestay after you got an acceptance letter by sending email to The Homestay costs about $600 per Month.

  14. Can I work on campus with a student visa?

    There are some jobs available on campus for students but it is very competitive and students should come early if this is a priority for them. International students may work off-campus if the job is part of an academic program such as a field placement or co-operative education work term. There is also the opportunity for students to stay in Canada for up to one year and work in their field of study.

  15. Is financial assistance available to international students?

    Yes. A number of international student scholarships, teaching assistantships, research positions, and administrative jobs are available for qualified students. Click here to check out.

  16. Do you have airport pick-up service?

    Yes. TCT offers free airport pick-up for all TCT international students.


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