How to Apply 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. Search Programs Step 3: Check country requirements Check the specific country admission requirements and also English language score requirements if applicable. Check country requirements 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). Passport. 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. Apply online now 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. *Make sure you allow firstname.lastname@example.org as a safe sender on your email or else emails may be automatically misplaced in your junk inbox. 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 email@example.com 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.