City of London facilities, programs and services, except for essential services, will be closed on Thursday, September 30 in observance of National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
Higher education institutions in Ontario have requirements for international students that are specific to each individual school. For the most accurate and up-to-date information about these requirements, it is best to contact the school directly. Typically, university and college websites have specific sections for information for international applicants as well as contact information for advice.
CICIC provides information on how to obtain an assessment to work or study in Canada. The site has a searchable database which allows you to search by educational institution, program, and province.
Review information about qualifying for and applying to universities and colleges in Ontario. The Ontario government site also includes resources for scholarship and bursary information to help fund your studies, how to find work after graduation, and how to live and work in Ontario permanently.
WES is a non-profit organization that helps international students and professionals succeed in education and work in Canada and the U.S.A. WES offers credential evaluation services to help students understand how their credentials relate to Canadian education standards and experience. Note that these services are provided for a fee.
If you have work experience and/or education in one of Ontario’s regulated professions and trades, there are bridging programs that can help you become certified or transfer your credentials from another country.
Connect with a Transfer Advisor at the Ontario institution you wish to transfer into. View a list of available institutions and their contact information.