Step 1: Choose a program and confirm availability
Durham College (DC) offers over 140 full-time programs and is committed to relevant, engaging and industry-focused teaching. Also, make sure there are seats available for when the program starts.
Step 2: Check Program requirements
Every program has different requirements, take a look at the program and make sure you meet all the necessary requirements to apply.
Step 3: Check country requirements
Check the specific country admission requirements and also English language score requirements if applicable.
Step 4: Upload documents
In preparation of submitting your application, the following information and documents will be required:
- High school (secondary school) transcript.
- High school (secondary school) diploma (if applicable).
- Post-secondary (college or university) transcript – if applicable.
- Post-secondary (college or university) degree – if applicable.
- Proof of English Language Proficiency (if required).
- Application fee of CAN$100 (non-refundable).
All documents are to be scanned and uploaded as part of the online application. It is important to save each document as a separate document (PDF or JPEG documents only; PDF preferred). If the document is several pages in length (university transcripts for example), save as a multi-page PDF when possible.
Step 5: Check your application status
Within 15-20 business days of submitting your application, you will receive login information to your self-serve application portal. This portal can be accessed at www.durhamcollege.ca/mycampus. On this portal, you can:
- View the status of your application to DC.
- Upload any documents which are still required.
- See a record of any admission letters and important email correspondence from DC International Admissions.
- Confirm your attendance at DC if you have received a letter of acceptance.
- Pay tuition fees (you must have first received a letter of acceptance and confirmed your admission in order to do this).
- View and print your official DC fee receipt once tuition fees are paid.
- View the given reason for refusal to individuals who have been declined admission to DC.
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Step 6: Accept your program and confirm your seat
- If your application is successful, your letter of acceptance will be available to view and print from your self-serve application portal.
- Accept your offer by confirming through your portal.
- Pay your tuition fee. To find out what the cost of tuition is per semester go to page 2 (box 25) on your invoice, to know the tuition for your full year go to the bottom of page 3 on your invoice.
DC will issue an official fee receipt once the confirmation and fee payment has been received. This fee receipt should be included with your study permit application.
Step 7: Prepare to travel
In order to study at DC, international students will need to obtain a Canadian study permit, and in some cases, a temporary resident visa.
Apply for the necessary documentation from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org once you have received your study permit confirmation.
Check your email for important information to prepare yourself for travel to Canada to begin your studies including:
- Important dates for new international students including the compulsory International Student Welcome Orientation.
- How to register for your timetable.
- Arrival services information (i.e. how to book airport pickup, temporary accommodation options, etc.).
- What to pack and bring with you to Canada.