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So you want to attend Canadore? 

Here's what you need to know!

Intakes for January 2021 are currently closed for International applicants. May 2021 intake is scheduled to open the week of November 16, 2020 and Sept 2021 is expected to open late November.

Step One

Take a look at our programs on the website or download a copy of our program guide to determine what program(s) are of interest to you. In general, Canadore requires a senior level of education from your country. View our Full Time program listing

Step Two

Many programs have specific admission requirements, such as math or physics. These requirements are found under admission requirements in the program descriptions. To be considered for acceptance by the college, you must send a translated copy of your transcript with your application, demonstrating that you meet the program specific admission requirements.

Step Three

If English is not your first language you must provide proof of English competency that meet the language competency level for your desired program of study. View current English Language Proficiency Requirements. Notwithstanding the above, the English proficiency standards required to obtain Study Permits and Temporary Resident Visas from Canadian Embassies vary around the world. The higher English language proficiency standard will apply.

The Student Direct Stream (SDS) is an expedited study permit processing program for those who are applying to study in Canada at a post-secondary designated learning institution (DLI). The language requirement is more stringent than listed above, as such an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of 6.0 or higher in each language skill: listening, reading, writing and speaking is required.

For more information on the Student Direct Stream (SDS) program please see:

Step Four

Please submit your application using our international application portal by following this link: Apply Now International Portal! Please note that there is a $100 application fee to submit your application for review by the College.

Step Five

If you meet the admission requirements and are offered admission into the program you have chosen, Canadore College will send you a letter of acceptance and an International Student Acceptance Information form in the format recognized by Canadian Immigration. This letter is required by the Canadian Embassy, High Commission or Consulate in your country when you apply for a study permit to study in Canada. If there is a work, field or clinical requirement for your program we will issue an additional letter, which must be submitted to obtain the associate work permit.

Step Six

Upon receipt of your payment, the College will reserve a seat in your chosen program. This payment is part of the total tuition cost and includes a non-refundable deposit. The receipt for this payment will be required by the Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

  • If you do not comply with the terms of your payment schedule, your offer will be considered inactive and your seat will be offered to the next individual on the waitlist.

Educational Partners

Guangzhou Civil Aviation College - Guangzhou, China
China Institute of Industrial Relations - Beijing, China
Stanford International College of Business & Technology - Toronto, Canada
Tobago Tourism & Hospitality Institute - Mount St. George, Tobago
Han Wen Vocational College - Guangzhou, China
Barbados Community College - Christ Church, Barbados
Nantong Shipping College - Nantong, China
South China University of Technology - Guangzhou, China
Latin America University of Science and Technology - San Jose, Costa Rica

Authorized International Recruiting Agents

If you want to study in Canada, you must meet some important immigration requirements. You may require both a Study Permit and a Temporary Visitor Visa (TRV). Study Permit is issued by an Immigration Officer. It allows you to come to or remain in Canada to take:

  • An English as a Second Language Program of more than three months;
  • An academic, professional or vocational training program at an approved college, university or other institution.

Study Permits and Temporary Visitor Visas are not issued from within Canada. You must apply to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) which is located in your nearest Canadian Embassy, High Commission or Consulate. Citizenship and Immigration Canada is a Canadian government department and operates independently with no connections to any Canadian educational institution. Official information on requirements for a student authorization may be obtained from a CIC office in Canada, a Canadian Embassy, High Commission or Consulate, and/or on their website at

In order to qualify for a Study Permit, you must first receive a letter of acceptance and an International Student Acceptance Information form from the College. After you have been accepted for a course of study, you must present this letter and form to the nearest Canadian Embassy, High Commission or Consulate to complete your application for a Study Permit and a Temporary Visitor Visa. An officer there will tell you how to proceed and the documents required, such as:

  • Acceptance letter and acceptance information form from Canadore College
  • Receipt from the college for your confirming deposit
  • Evidence of your good character and, if applicable, a letter from your sponsor
  • Evidence of adequate funds to live and study in Canada for the duration of your program, including return transportation
  • Certificate of medical clearance
  • Your valid passport

Canadian money

Flywire for International Students

Canadore College has partnered with Flywire to offer international students and their families an easy and affordable way to pay for their tuition and fees.

Flywire is a secure method of payment that allows you to track your payment from start to finish. Through this service you can pay your tuition and fees from any country and any bank– often in your home country currency, which allows you to save on bank fees. To use this service you will be asked to create an account on the Flywire website with your basic personal information.

Students who have paid by FLYWIRE will have their refund returned by FLYWIRE.  There is a $35.00 admin fee for this.

How to make a payment

Step 1: Go to Canadore’s payment portal ( to enter the amount you owe and the country you will be paying from.
Step 2: Select your payment option and payment type.
Step 3: Create a Flywire account or log in to your existing account. Enter basic information to initiate your payment booking.
Step 4: Review and confirm your payment.
Step 5: Follow your payment instructions to send funds to Flywire.

Note: Payment instructions are only valid for one payment. If you wish to make another payment to Canadore, please initiate a new booking.

Step 6: Track your payment by logging into your Flywire account at any time. Receive text and email status updated each step of the way, including a confirmation when your payment has been delivered to Canadore College.

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Please Note:

Wires are not an approved payment method.  A $50 administrative fee and any additional bank fees will be charged to the student’s account and deducted from all incoming wire payments, which may result in additional payments being required on the student’s account.

Refunds for Students Paying International Fees to Full-time Programs of Instruction

International Students who submit formal written notification of withdrawal from a full-time program of instruction are entitled to a refund of tuition and ancillary fees as follows:

  • Student Visa refusal with proof from Embassy or High Commission, $300 administrative charge applied and balance refunded
  • Student Visa refusal with no proof or withdrawing before 10 days into classes, refund will be based on the following formula: Refund = fees paid – ((International Student Tuition Fee ÷ Tuition Fee for Canadian Students x $500)
  • International students who do not submit an original refusal letter within 60 calendar days following your offered program start date, do not attend, decide to defer their admission or withdraw within 10 business days of the beginning of the semester, shall receive a refund or a portion of the full tuition and ancillary fees paid for the semester or program period as calculated according to the following equation: Refund = fees paid – ((International Student Tuition Fee ÷ Tuition Fee for Canadian Students x $500)
  • After 10 business days, International Students shall receive a refund in full of any tuition and ancillary fees paid in advance for subsequent semesters.
  • All refunds sent by WUBS or wire are subject to a $35 admin fee
  • The same principle applies to refunds for students who are attending alternate delivery models.